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Wire Magazine Issue 468 (February 2023) Meredith Monk

Wire Magazine Issue 468 (February 2023) Meredith Monk

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Wire Magazine Issue 468 (February 2023) Meredith Monk

Inside this issue:

Meredith Monk: In the wake of a career-spanning box set the multidisciplinary artist discusses a lifetime of connection and communication. By Emily Bick.

Barbara Dane: The US folk/blues/jazz musician and activist details eight decades of anticapitalist agitation in a new memoir. By Emily Pothast.

Ocen James: The Ugandan Acholi fiddler talks electronic collaborations and riotous wedding jams. By Daniel Spicer.

Invisible Jukebox: aya: Will The Wire’s mystery record selection be poetry to the ears of the UK DJ, producer and vocal artist? Tested by Meg Woof.

Unlimited Editions: Fox & His Friends. By Antonio Poscic.

Unofficial Channels: The Bristol Germ. By Noel Gardner.

Mark Jenkin: The Enys Men director explores Cornwall’s hidden reverse. By Spenser Tomson.

Zaliva-D: Explosive electronics from the Beijing duo. By James Gui.

Territorial Gobbing: Leeds noisenik Theo Gowans cobbles it together. By Abi Bliss.

Jacqueline Nova: Opening the Colombian composer’s archive. By Louise Gray.

Global Ear: Kansai: Fantasy and future unite in southern central Japan. By Miranda Remington

The Inner Sleeve: Audrey Chen on Nakatani-Chen Duo’s LIMN

Epiphanies: The Raincoats’ Gina Birch on a pivotal encounter with The Slits

Print Run: Assembling A Black Counter Culture by DeForrest Brown, Jr; From Scratch: Albanian Summer Picaresque edited by Pykë-Presje; The Williamsburg Avant-Garde: Experimental Music And Sound On The Brooklyn Waterfront by Cisco Bradley; dublab: Future Roots Radio edited by Mark ‘Frosty’ McNeill & Jeremiah Chiu; No Machos Or Pop Stars: When The Leeds Art Experiment Went Punk by Gavin Butt; The Bebop Scene In London’s Soho, 1945–1950 by Ray Kinsella

On Screen: Tim Mackenzie-Smith Getting It Back: The Story Of Cymande; Michelle Heighway Energy: A Documentary About Damo Suzuki

On Location: X100, Berlin, Germany; Slanted! Enchanted! A Pavement Musical, New York, US; Eartheater, Los Angeles, US; Underground Institute Festival, Berlin, Germany; Maarja Nuut + ASUNA, Tokyo, Japan; UNFURL, Sydney, Australia; OORtreders, Neerpelt, Belgium; We Jazz Festival, Helsinki, Finland; HCMF, Huddersfield, UK; Decibel New Music Ensemble, London, UK; Valentina Magaletti Residency, London, UK; Wilbury Radio, Letchworth Garden City, UK

On Site: Shinro Ohtake; The Horror Show! A Twisted Tale Of Modern Britain

Soundcheck: Chris Abrahams, ACA, Algiers, Dewa Alit & Gamelan Salukat, Alvarezz, The Art Ensemble Of Chicago, Nick Ashwood, Backxwash, Meg Baird, Bardo Todol & Robert Millis, Jeb Bishop/Pandelis Karayorgis/Damon Smith, Patricia Brennan, John Cale, Calsutmoran, Christina Carter, Hannibal Chew III, Climax Golden Twins, Mike Cooper, Vladislav Delay, Delivery Health, Alliyah Enyo, Angelo M Farro, Avram Fefer/Marc Ribot/Eric Revis/Chad Taylor, Jürg Frey, GAHLMM, Ben LaMar Gay, Graham/Bishop/Karayorgis/McBride/Osgood, Kay Grant & Daniel Thompson, Keiji Haino/Jim O’Rourke/Oren Ambarchi, Hammered Hulls, Manga Saint Hilare, Martin Iddon, In Weather, Mark Jenkin, Pandelis Karayorgis/Nate McBride/Luther Gray, Uri Katzenstein, Kelela, Jussi Lehtisalo, Kali Malone featuring Stephen O’Malley & Lucy Railton, Lionel Marchetti & Decibel, Dan McCarthy, Joe McPhee & Tomeka Reid, The Necks, Negativland, Nighte, numün, Ivo Perelman, Ivo Perelman & Matthew Shipp, Ivo Perelman & Joe Morris, Richard Pinhas & Merzbow, Pole, Pulverize The Sound, Ruhail Qaisar, Reading Music, Ishmael Reed, Tomeka Reid & Fred Lonberg-Holm, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Rebecca Saunders, Shovel Dance Collective, John Smith, Snøgg, Soulside, Suss, Tamarisk, Truemendous, Alexander Tucker & Keith Collins, Eli Wallace, Drew Wesely, Wolf Eyes, Christian Wolff & String Noise, Loula Yorke

The Boomerang: Beauty Pill, Butchamana & The Big Bang Brothers Band, Chris Capers & Joe Rigby, Joe Rigby & Chris Capers, Codeine, Grupo Um, Jill Kroesen, Laraaji, The Maglory Dengluch, People Like Us & Ergo Phizmiz, PG Six, The Pyramids, Rex, Jody Stecher & Krishna Bhatt, Marvin Tate’s D-Settlement, White Heaven, Various The 12th Annual International Sound Poetry Festival, Various Instant This/Instant That: NY NY 1978–1985

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