Wire Magazine 463 – September 2022 – NEU!

Derek Walmsley (Ed.)


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

Inside this issue:

Neu! Now: With a 50th anniversary box set on the (endless) horizon The Wire takes an in-depth look at the legacy of avant rock’s most linear outfit. Including:

Michael Rother: How the German guitarist helped develop a new vocabulary for rock in the 1970s and beyond. By Mike Barnes

The Primer: Motorik rock: A user’s guide to the implacable machine-like rhythm that has propelled rock for half a century. By Noel Gardner

Invisible Jukebox: Coby Sey & Tirzah: Will the London based collectivists CURL their lips at The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by Leah Kardos

Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation Of Rastafari: The reissue of roots music blueprint Grounation celebrates a landmark in visionary Black sound and consciousness. By Francis Gooding

Unlimited Editions: Wolke Verlag

Unofficial Channels: Radio La Colifata

eddy kwon: Shamanic intensities from the Korean-American artist. By Kurt Gottschalk

Imperial Triumphant: New York’s avant black metallers go for gold. By James Gormley

Nwando Ebizie: The multidisciplinary artist explores myth and transformation. By Emily Pothast

Lenhart Tapes: Balkan tape chaos with Vladimir Lenhart. By Miloš Hroch

Global Ear: Bandar Abbas: A new wave of Iranian groups is emerging from the coastal city. By Kamyar Salavati

The Inner Sleeve: Petra Haden on The Muppet Movie: Original Soundtrack Recording

Epiphanies: dublab’s Mark ‘Frosty’ McNeill goes radio ga-ga

Print Run: New music books: Spray Nation: 1980s NYC Graffiti Photographs by Martha Cooper; Out Of Space: How UK Cities Shaped Rave Culture by Jim Ottewill; Needles And Plastic: Flying Nun Records, 1981–1988 by Matthew Goody; Sound Experiments: The Music Of The AACM by Paul Steinbeck; Switched On: Bob Moog And The Synthesizer Revolution by Albert Glinsky; My Kaleidoscope by Myka 9; The Sound Of The Machine: My Life In Kraftwerk And Beyond by Karl Bartos; The Politics Of Vibration: Music As A Cosmopolitical Practice by Marcus Boon

On Screen: Kristian R Hill God Said Give ’Em Drum Machines; James Taylor A Film About Studio Electrophonique

On Location: London Contemporary Music Festival, London, UK; Stellar & Bolt Ensemble, Melbourne, Australia; FUJI||||||||||TA + id m theft able, Brattleboro, US; Cosmic Gathering, Chemnitz, Germany; Supersonic, Birmingham, UK; Monheim Triennale, Monheim am Rhein, Gernany; Grouper + Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, New York, US; New Opera Days Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic

On Site: In The House Of Babylon, Eric Baudelaire & Alvin Curran When There Is No More Music To Write

Soundcheck: Cormac Begley, Breath Of Air, Alice Cohen, Core Of The Coalman, Eric Copeland & Josh Diamond, Jeff Cotton, Richie Culver, Richie Culver & Pavel Milyakov, Danger Mouse & Black Thought, Sarah Davachi, Greg Davis, Digital Selves, Nick Dunston, Bruno Duplant, Elucid, Chris Forsyth, Diamanda Galás, Maria W Horn & Sara Parkman, Howlround, Raphaël Imbert/Jean-Guihen Queyras/Pierre-François Blanchard/ Sonny Troupé, Kyle Kidd, José Lencastre, Kali Malone, Drew Mulholland, Kim Myhr, New Noveta x Vindicatrix, Oneida, OSEES, Panda Bear & Sonic Boom, Camden Reeves, Peter Rehberg, Manja Ristić, Gavilán Rayna Russom, Rusty Santos, Sawyer/Dwyer/Dolas/Kerlin/Renteria/Soubiran, Scarcity, Coby Sey, Matthew Shipp, Sleepsang & Phoneutrian, Terence Etc, Tetsu Umehara, Vādin, The Waterboys, Chris Williams & Leo Chang, Wormrot, The Young Gods, Various SN 2022 SS

The Boomerang: Fred Anderson & Hamid Drake, The Blue Notes, Peter Brötzmann/Fred Van Hove/Han Bennink, Al Cisneros, Duet Emmo, George Duke, Limpe Fuchs/Paul Fuchs/Friedrich Gulda, Toshi Ichiyanagi/Michael Ranta/Takehisa Kosugi, Cheri Knight, Lard Free, Oksana Linde, Sleep, Stereolab, Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, Melvin Van Peebles, Stomu Yamash’ta, Frank Zappa, Various Studio One Music Lab