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Wire Magazine 452 - October 2021

Wire Magazine 452 - October 2021

Wire Magazine


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Inside this issue: Faust: On the eve of a new box set chronicling their 1970s music, the German band’s members and crew discuss their contrarian art of falling apart that has kept them going over 50 years. By Daniel Spicer. Plus, a survey of Faust’s often equally fractious contemporaries including: Amon Düül: A Bavarian psychedelic legacy. By Edwin Pouncey. Klaus Dinger: La Düsseldorf and other Neu! adventures. By David Elliott. Dieter Moebius: Clusters of collaboration. By Matt Krefting Mary Lou Williams: Taking in vaudeville, bebop, gospel-inflected hard bop, free jazz and beyond, the late composer’s career is littered with gems of a prescient modernity. By Alexander Hawkins Invisible Jukebox: Theresa Wong × Ellen Fullman: The Bay Area experimental musicians tackle a mystery record selection. Tested by each other They Hate Change: Florida duo Tampa with rap’s DNA. By Neil Kulkarni id m theft able: Water palaver for the improvising tuba player. By Joe Murray More Eaze: Suburban collage from the Texas based composer. By Antonio Poscic Siksa: Polish duo confront oppression. By Miloš Hroch Unlimited Editions: C/Site Recordings Unofficial Channels: Song Work Global Ear: New York’s TIME:SPANS festival revives the intimacy of live sound The Inner Sleeve: Carlos Casas on a Batavia gasometer pressure gauge plate Epiphanies: Thomas Köner recalls formative vibrations Print Run: New music books: sound art and climate change, a Deep South punkhouse, John Lurie’s memoirs, and more On Screen: New films and DVDs: Great Noises That Fill The Air: Music, Poetry And Performance On Film; What Is Man And What Is Guitar?: Keith Rowe On Location: Recent festivals, live events and streams: Alligator: Go!, Jazz Em Agosto, Bang On A Can Loud Weekend, Charlemagne Palestine, and more On Site: Recent art shows: Ilia Rogatchevski & Laura Rogatchevskaia’s Echo Chamber; Sonambiente Soundcheck: Eivind Aarset 4tet, Ashtray Navigations, Black Meteoric Star, Black Tempel Pyrämid, Buck Gooter, John Cage, Purbayan Chatterjee, Cronies, Curved Light, Angel Bat Dawid, Domingæ, e & H, Amir Elsaffar, Rivers Of Sound Orchestra, Alister Fawnwoda/Suzanne Ciani/Greg Leisz, Les Filles De Illighadad, Kristen Gallerneaux, Lee Gamble, Alexander Garsden, Geoff Kevin, Daniel Goode, Grouper, Gudrun Gut & Mabe Fratti, Will Guthrie, Will Guthrie & James Rushford, HTRK, Injury Reserve, Jerusalem In My Heart, Ka, Ryosuke Kiyasu & Watts, Hiro Kone, Annea Lockwood, Brandon López Trio, Nathaniel Mackey & The Creaking Breeze Ensemble, Madam Data, Melvins, Native Soul, Phill Niblock, Bill Orcutt, Enno Poppe & Wolfgang Heiniger, Razen, Paul Rooney, James Rushford, Sone Institute, Sparks, The Specials, Tim Story, Henry Threadgill Zooid, Viktor Timofeev, Yves Tumor, William Tyler & Marisa Anderson, William Tyler & Luke Schneider, Vangelis, Vanishing Twin, XT, Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Pamela Z, Various The Harmonic Series II, Various Nanocluster Vol 1, Various New Horizons: Young Stars Of South African Jazz, Various New Horizons: Young Stars Of South African Jazz Vol 2, Various Screensavers Vol 1 The Boomerang: Bardo Pond, Baligh Hamdi, Nikki Giovanni, Joe Harriott, Joëlle Léandre/Pauline Oliveros/George Lewis, Costin Miereanu, David Tudor, Nico, Van Der Graaf Generator, Alan Vega, Various An Eclectic Selection Of Music From The Arab World Part 2, Various Eins Und Zwei Und Drei Und Vier: Deutsche Experimentelle Pop-Musik 1980–86
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