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Wire Magazine Issue 474 (August 2023) Anne A Lockwood

Wire Magazine Issue 474 (August 2023) Anne A Lockwood

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Wire Magazine Issue 474 (August 2023) Anne A Lockwood

Inside this issue:

Annea Lockwood: Having explored the outer reaches of sound across a multi-decade career taking in burning pianos, animals and pulsars, the New Zealand composer turns her attention to love and loss. By Louise Gray

Once Upon A Time In Maida Vale: In 1970s London, Spanish exile Miguel JM García García established a space where anarcho punk and industrial music would flourish. By Nick Soulsby

Svitlana Nianio: The Ukrainian vocalist and keyboard player approaches folk song with an experimental ear. By Olena Pohonchenkova

Invisible Jukebox: Gerald Cleaver: Will the US drummer and electronic composer Adjust to The Wire’s mystery record selection – or end up In The Wilderness? Tested by Collin Smith

Kramer: From Bongwater and Butthole Surfers to Palace, Low and now Laraaji – the US producer, musician and Shimmy-Disc proprietor continues to produce prosthetic memories. By Emily Pothast

Unlimited Editions: Guruguru Brain

Unofficial Channels: Radio Amnion

Coffin Prick: Moog and monotone from the Los Angeles synthesist. By Abi Bliss

Ellen Zweig: The New York based composer speaks out. By Robert Barry

Goat: Japanese rock gets polyrhythmic. By James Hadfield

Ziúr: Digital to physical for the Berlin based producer. By Miloš Hroch

Global Ear: Bucharest: DIY electronics vs minimal techno in the Romanian capital. By Steve Rickinson

The Inner Sleeve: Abdullah Miniawy on Fela Kuti’s Fear Not For Man

Epiphanies: Sunik Kim and the human nature of Conlon Nancarrow

The Wire Tapper 62: A track-by-track guide to this issue’s free CD

Print Run: Twist: An American Girl by Adele Bertei, Living Metal: Scenes Around The World edited by Bryan Bardine & Jerome Stueart, Decolonial Metal Music In Latin America by Nelson Varas-Díaz, Composing While Black: Afrodiasporic New Music Today edited by Harald Kisiedu & George E Lewis, John Wetton: An Extraordinary Life edited by Nick Shilton, The Great Psychic Outdoors: Lo-Fi Music And Escaping Capitalism by Enrico Monacelli, Uncurating Sound: Knowledge With Voice And Hands by Salomé Voegelin, Singularity Codex: Matthew Shipp On RogueArt by Clifford Allen, Cosmic Scholar: The Life And Times Of Harry Smith by John Szwed

On Screen: David Cronenberg Naked Lunch; Emil Spoelder The Dream Syndicate: How Did We Find Ourselves Here?

On Location: ZEZ, Zagreb, Croatia; The Silent Eye, London, UK; Why The Mountains Are Black, Konitsa, Greece; 24-Hour Drone, New York, US; Model/Actriz, London, UK; Hawkwind + Voivod, London, UK; Blue Now, London, UK; Impressions Of John Coltrane: Nat Birchall Quintet + David Angol Quartet + Ed Jones/Dominic Lash/Mark Wastell + Alan Skidmore, London, UK; Thing In The Spring 15, Keene, US; Suzanne Ciani + Li Yilei, London, UK; Sónar, Barcelona, Spain; Sophie Agnel, London, UK

On Site: XXL Dreams, The Hague, The Netherlands; Museum Of Portable Sound, Portsmouth, UK/Online

Souncheck: Eve Aboulkheir/Lasse Marhaug, Emil Amos, Steve Beresford & Angharad Davies, Lea Bertucci & Lawrence English, Adam Bohman/Martin Hackett/Sue Lynch, Dominic Coles, Mike Cooper, John Dikeman/Pat Thomas/ John Edwards/Steve Noble, Aaron Dilloway, Aaron Dilloway & AMURTARITI, Kevin Drumm, Baxter Dury, The End, Fabio Frizzi, JB Glazer, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Mats Gustafsson & Andreas Røysum, Hackedepicciotto, I Paesani featuring Günter ‘Baby’ Sommer, Illegal Crowns, Kassel Jaeger, Killer Mike, Sunik Kim, Kœnig, Ana Kravanja & Elisabeth Harnik, Ana Kravanja & Vitja Balžalorsky, Laraaji & Kramer, Damon Locks & Rob Mazurek, The Nonidentical, Oxbow, Lucie Páchová, Sally Potter, Michael Allen Z Prime, Qow, Jer Reid & Tony Bevan, Dean Rodney Jr & The Cowboys, Renata Roman/Paola Ribiero/Laura.aLL, Kristen Roos, Rrose, Sexmob, Ben Scher, JG Thirlwell/Mivos Quartet, Pat Thomas, Pat Thomas & Caroline Kraabel, Pat Thomas/Chris Sharkey/Luke Reddin-Williams, David Toop & Lawrence English, Dafne Vicente-Sandoval/Lars Petter Hagen, Ute Wassermann, Weird Beard, Semay Wu, Ziúr, ZULI, Various Disruptive Frequencies

The Boomerang: Air Miami, Dorothy Ashby, Autechre & Hafler Trio, The Black Dog, Black Dog Productions, John Coltrane with Eric Dolphy, Gate, High Rise, Harold Land, The Plastic People Of The Universe, Sandwell District, Saphron, Vivian Stanshall, Frank Zappa, Various Bullshit Detector Vols 1–3

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