Wire Magazine 461 – July 2022

Derek Walmsley (Ed.)

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  • Wire Magazine
  • 2022
  • 98 pages
  • Softcover, Magazine
  • 28 × 23 × 1 cm

Inside this issue:

AMM: For 50 years, Eddie Prévost, Keith Rowe and John Tilbury have had their sights set firmly on sonic freedom, changing the landscape of music in the process. By Clive Bell. AMM mini-Primer: A user’s guide to the group’s recent recordings. By Seymour Wright

Angharad Davies: The hardworking violinist and improvisor finds inspiration for her time dissolving recordings and performances through interpersonal connections. By Abi Bliss

UnicaZürn: Veteran industrialists Dave Knight and Stephen Thrower pour two lifetimes of experience into their dystopian stew. By Rob Turner

Invisible Jukebox: Hannah Catherine Jones: Will the UK composer be reduced to a Foxy Moron by The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by Meg Woof

Unlimited Editions: Nhạc Gãy

Unofficial Channels: Tape Archives

Opal X: Harsh beauty from former Paper Dollhouse denizen. By Claire Biddles

Nexcyia: Producer Adam Dove gives it the old collage try. By Rob Turner

Teresa Winter: Sea salt memories from the Yorkshire based composer. By Louise Gray

K Of Arc: The beauty and horror of Kevin Craig’s electronic fog. By Emily Pothast

Global Ear: Washington, DC: DIY still thrives in the hardcore heartland. By Jonathan Williger

The Inner Sleeve: Sarah Davachi on Genesis’s Trespass

Epiphanies: Pamela Z picks up the phonemes

Print Run: New music books: Sound Within Sound by Kate Molleson; Pin-Ups 1972: Third Generation Rock ’N’ Roll by Peter Stanfield; Musical Migration And Imperial New York: Early Cold War Scenes by Brigid Cohen; Why Patti Smith Matters by Caryn Rose; The Artistry Of Bheki Mseleku by Andrew Lilley; Corporate Rock Sucks: The Rise And Fall Of SST Records by Jim Ruland; Positive Vibrations: Politics, Politricks And The Story Of Reggae by Stuart Borthwick; Zabelle Panosian: I Am Servant Of Your Voice by Ian Nagoski with Harout Arakelian & Harry Kezelian

On Screen: Anisia Uzeyman & Saul Williams Neptune Frost; Toby Amies In The Court Of The Crimson King: King Crimson At 50

On Location: Ivan Shopov + Vague Voices + Hiro Kone + Evitceles, Sofia, Bulgaria; Black Josh & Milkavelli W + Lee Scott + Stinkin Slumrok, Brighton, UK; Robyn Hitchcock, London, UK; Rewire 2022, The Hague, Netherlands; Bang On A Can Long Play, New York, US; Ende Tymes 12: Night One, New York, US; Joe McPhee/Decoy, London, UK; Mdou Moctar, London, UK; Tectonics, Glasgow, UK; Yemandja, Berkeley, US; Intonal, Malmö, Sweden

On Site: William Kentridge/Nhlanhla Mahlangu/Kyle Shepherd SIBYL; TEGH & BAW SINK_VESSEL

Soundcheck: 106, Anteloper, Félicia Atkinson, Avvitagalli, Caterina Barbieri, Better Corners, Billain, The Black Albumen, Black Midi, Matt Carlson, Helena Celle, Madeleine Cocolas, Rhodri Davies, Degradation, Diatom Deli, Deliluh, The Dream Syndicate, Elzhi & Georgia Anne Muldrow, Ensemble Nist-Nah, Shiva Feshareki, Final, Fire! featuring Stephen O’Malley & David Sandström, G36 Vs JK Flesh, Gav & Jord, Hercules & Love Affair, Heldon, Randy Holden, Holy Tongue, Cat Hope, Susie Ibarra & Tashi Dorji, Iceberg, I Like To Sleep, Jackson/Hoogland/Abrams/Avery, Michael Gregory Jackson, Glenn Jones, Kendrick Lamar, Ruaridh Law, Left Hand Cuts Off The Right & Tasos Stamou, Valentina Magaletti, The Master Musicians Of Jajouka, Merzbow/Arcane Device, Merzbow & Lawrence English, Claudia Molitor, µ-Ziq, MJ Noble, Noise Against Fascism, O Yuki Conjugate, Ohyung, Origin, Osasco Dynamics, Phase, Plastikman & Chilly Gonzales, Flora Purim, Quelle Chris, George Rayner-Law & Vinegar Tom, Shit & Shine, Mark Stewart, Chloe Alexandra Thompson, Aaron Turner, Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Various Taraxia

The Boomerang: Terry Allen & The Panhandle Mystery Band, Bill Bruford, Ian Carr with Nucleus Plus, Chillin Villain Empire, Lining Time, Anthony Moore, Nucleus, Tom Recchion, John Schuller, Scritti Politti, Surface Of The Earth, John Tilbury, David Toop, Ut, VÄLVĒ, Barney Wilen, Wire