Wire Magazin 429 + The Wire Tapper CD 51 – November 2019

Chris Bohn (Ed.)

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  • November 2019
  • 106 pages
  • Softcover
  • 28 × 23 × 0.8 cm

Inside this issue:

Kevin Martin + Stephen O’Malley: Bottom end technicians and high priests of high volume Sunn O))) guitarist Stephen O’Malley and Kevin Martin aka The Bug meet in Paris to discuss their low lives. Mediated by Mike Barnes. Plus: Francis Gooding decodes the conceptually minded Ideologic Organ label; Abi Bliss talks to choreographer Gisèle Vienne; Phil Freeman on Martin’s close associate Justin Broadrick; and Joe Muggs on The Bug’s MC collaborators

Hanna Hartman: The Berlin based Swedish electroacoustician has amassed three decades of work. As composer-in-residence at this year’s Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, she’ll be bringing it to the stage. By Philip Clark

Jöelle Léandre: The French bassist has travelled the globe with the aim of collapsing barriers and conventions. On a stopover in Mexico City she discusses her self-described nomadic career ahead of a residency at London’s Cafe Oto. By Louise Gray

Invisible Jukebox: Jaimie Branch: Will The Wire’s mystery record selection cause the Brooklyn trumpeter and composer to fly… or die? Tested by George Grella

Unlimited Editions: Swing Ting

Unofficial Channels: Corporate Ambient

Jessica Pavone: The New York composer and violist triumphs over injury. By Philip Clark

Apprentice Destroyer: San Francisco metalhead builds to obliterate. By Joseph Stannard

Joe: The UK producer keeps it crisp with a new EP. By Joe Muggs

Global Ear: Sokołowsko: The Central European border village hosts a festival centred on the physical effects of sound. By Biba Kopf

The Inner Sleeve: Lara Rix-Martin on Francisco Goya’s Witches’ Flight

Epiphanies: George Xylouris discovers a direct line to his ancestors via the lute

On Screen: Stuart Swezey’s Desolation Center; Cathy Soreny’s Adam Bohman: By Biro And Umbrella Spring

Print Run: It Gets Me Home, This Curving Track by Ian Penman; Critical Perspectives On Michael Finnissy: Bright Futures, Dark Pasts edited by Ian Pace & Nigel McBride; Energies In The Arts edited by Douglas Kahn; Move On Up: Chicago Soul Music And Black Cultural Power by Aaron Cohen; Curating Pop: Exhibiting Popular Music In The Museum by Sarah Baker, Lauren Istvandity & Raphaël Nowak; Haunthenticity: Musical Replay And The Fear Of The Real by Tracy McMullen

On Site: Benedict Drew: Trapped In A Sticky Shed With Side Chain Compression, London, UK; Atonal, Berlin, Germany

On Location: Punkt Festival 2019, Kristiansand, Norway; San Francisco Electronic Music Festival, San Francisco, US; Object Collection + Tim Parkinson, London, UK; Armand Hammer, Brighton, UK; Work On Sunday, Santiago de Compostela, Spain; NA + DJ Haram + SFV Acid, Los Angeles, US; Ars Electronica: AI x Music, Linz, Austria; Takeo Moriyama & Masahiko Satoh, London, UK; Meakusma Festival, Eupen, Belgium

Soundcheck: Astral Colonels, Ka Baird, Pierre Bastien & Tomaga, Battles, Bonnie Baxter, Big Thief, Jaimie Branch, Danny Brown, CDX, Panos Charalambous, Clipping, Tim Collins & Reiko Goto with Chris Malcolm, Melaine Dalibert, Diamondstein, Alessandro Di Puccio, Donato Dozzy, Eleh, eRikM & Anthony Pateras, FKA Twigs, Fought Upon Earth, Ben LaMar Gay, Kim Gordon, Hand & Leg, Hawkestrel, Hawkwind, Anne Imhof, JPEGMAFIA, Kill Em All, Shira Legmann/Michael Pisaro, Stephen Mallinder, Mamiffer, Mára Meemo, Comma, Daniel Menche, Anna Meredith, The Messthetics, Moor Mother, DJ Muggs & CRIMEAPPLE, Mukqs, Fahmi Mursyid, Negativland, Jérôme Noetinger & Anthony Pateras, Bill Orcutt, Pelican, Pita, Éliane Radigue, Alasdair Roberts, Mikel Rouse, Charles Rumback & Ryley Walker, Shapednoise, Shasta Cults, Sudan Archives, H Takahashi, Philip Thomas, Reinier Van Houdt/Bruno Duplant, Michael Vincent Waller, Leon Ware, David Watson & Tony Buck, Ziúr, Zonal, Various Ryley Walker Presents… Imaginational Anthem Vol 9

The Boomerang: Albert Ayler, Blitz, Marion Brown, John Coltrane, Dinosaur Jr, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Steve Hiett, Kak, Malaria!, The Quintet, Jim Shepard, Jim Sullivan, Various This Is Mainstream!, Various Musik, Various Vanity Box, Various Vanity Tapes

The Wire Tapper 51: A track by track guide to this issue’s free CD

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