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Wire Magazine 481 - March 2024

Wire Magazine 481 - March 2024

Derek Walmsley (Ed.)

Wire Magazine

2024

Softcover

28 x 23 x 1 cm

98 pages

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On the cover

The Haxan Cloak
Bobby Krilic has revived his stage name The Haxan Cloak for the first time in a decade. In the interim he's become a highly sought after composer of film scores penning soundtracks for the likes of Midsommar and Beau Is Afraid,  He discusses his forthcoming work on his Archaic Devices imprint and more with Joseph Stannard

nside the issue...

DJ Znobia
The Angolan kuduro pioneer is the subject of a career-spanning four volume Inventor series released by Uganda's Nyege Nyege Tapes. By Claire Welsh

Linda Smith
The Baltimore bedroom pop and home-recording trailblazer is reissuing 90s albums Nothing Else Matters and I So Liked Spring as a new generation of listeners discover her quietly influential work. By Claire Biddles

Ariel Kalma
The Parisian new age composer, whose recording career dates to the mid-70s, is releasing a new collaboration with Jeremiah Chiu and Marta Sofia Honer for release on Chicago’s International Anthem label. By Daniel Spicer

Invisible Jukebox: Kahil El’Zabar
The Chicago master drummer and leader of The Ethnic Heritage Ensemble steps up to take The Wire’s blind listening test. Tested by Howard Mandel.

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Unofficial Channels
Blindboy Boatclub


Global Ear
Lo-fi in Chile

Epiphanies 
TBC

Inner Sleeve
TBC

 
Plus one page profiles of Lumpeks, Yasuhiro MorinagaJohn Pope and Billy Bultheel.

 

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