Wire Magazine 433 – March 2020

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  • Wire Magazine
  • 2020
  • 114 pages
  • Softcover
  • 28 × 23 × 0.5 cm

Inside this issue:

Cinema For The Ears: The innovations of contemporary electronic and experimental music are increasingly informing the sound of modern cinema – Oneohtrix Point Never’s Daniel Lopatin, Fatima Al Qadiri, Bobby Krlic and Colin Stetson discuss their involvement in this audiovisual evolution. By Dan Barrow, Abi Bliss, Lara C Cory and Steph Kretowicz.

Resetting The Rhythm: Percussionists Eli Keszler, Tim Barnes, Will Guthrie and Claire Rousay are drumming up new worlds of possibility. By Joshua Minsoo Kim.

Yeah You: Daughter-father duo Elvin Brandhi and Gustav Thomas demonstrate the eternal power of the rant via their ramshackle lo-fi assemblages. By Tristan Bath.

Invisible Jukebox: Seb Rochford: Will the Pulled By Magnets drummer take a beating from The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by André Vida

Unlimited Editions: SWP Records

Unofficial Channels: Casserole protests

Nappy Nina: The Brooklyn based MC reckons with her jazz inheritance. By Madeleine Byrne

John T Gast: Tales of a techno misfit. By Meg Woof

Sightless Pit: Avant metal’s boldest converge. By Phil Freeman

Dali de Saint Paul: Bristol based vocalist connects industrial improv and geopolitics. By Al Cameron

Global Ear: Maputo: A scene without an industry in Mozambique’s capital. By Tom Faber

The Inner Sleeve: Elaine Mitchener on Burning Spear’s Hail HIM

Epiphanies: Jeff Mills recalls the instructive funk of schoolyard body music

Print Run: Acoustic Territories: Sound Culture And Everyday Life (Second Edition) by Brandon LaBelle; Sound Art Revisited by Alan Licht; Inflamed Invisible: Collected Writings On Art And Sound, 1976–2018 by David Toop; This Is Supposed To Be A Record Label – Staalplaat: Eleven Years Of Distortion In The Independent Music Industry (Second Expanded Edition) by Frans de Waard; The Practice Of Musical Improvisation edited by Bertrand Denzler & Jean-Luc Guionnet; Jaki Liebezeit: The Life, Theory And Practice Of A Master Drummer edited by Jono Podmore; The Sonic Episteme: Acoustic Resonance, Neoliberalism, And Biopolitics by Robin James

On Screen: Marcel Derek Ramsay My Life Is A Gunshot

On Location: Boris, Leeds, UK; Elliott Sharp & Frances-Marie Uitti, New York, US; Lalalar, London, UK; Lampo: Catherine Lamb & Rebecca Lane with Olivia Block, Chicago, US; James ‚Blood‘ Ulmer, Chicago, US; thingNY, Brooklyn, US; Shellac, Leeds, UK; Speaker Music, New York, US

On Site: Dumb Type: Actions + Reflections, Tokyo, Japan; Tony Cokes: If UR Reading This It’s 2 Late, London, UK

Soundcheck: Abed Abed, Acid Mothers Reynols, Avola, Steve Beresford & John Butcher, Blacks’ Myths, Ron Caines/Martin Archer Axis, Onoe Caponoe, Chaos Motion, Chicago Underground Quartet, Citizen Boy & Mafia Boyz, Collectress, Frank Denyer, Mrs Dink, Drvg Cvltvre, Delroy Edwards, Elkhorn, Adam Fairhall, Faucet, Bill Fay, Brunhild Ferrari & Jim O’Rourke, Katie Gately, The Geordie Approach, Will Guthrie, Handle, Tim Hodgkinson, William Hooker, Kuthi Jin, KhalilH2OP, Last Dream Of The Morning, The Leonard Simpson Duo, Manuel Pessôa de Lima, lojii, McPhee/Rempis/Reid/Lopez/Nilssen-Love, MHYSA, MoonMot, MXLX, Neon, NGHTCRWLR, Jeff Parker, Francis Plagne, The Professionals, Rainbow Island, Raspberry Bulbs, Rrose/Silent Servant, Laila Sakini, Gil Scott-Heron, Dave Sewelson, Shabaka & The Ancestors, Six Organs Of Admittance, Slender, Treesearch, Yasuyuki Uesugi, Claudio Vignali featuring Rob Mazurek & Daniele Principato, Wire, Various The Best Of NYH Part 1 & 2, Various Holidaze Drone Pajama Party

The Boomerang: The Alchemist, Bardo Pond, Charles Curtis, Priscilla Ermel, Kedama, Moondog, The Mystery Kindaichi Band, Milton Nascimento, Arthur Russell, Sandoz, Hideto Sasaki-Toshiyuki Sekine Quartet Plus One, Severed Heads, Mal Waldron