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Wire Magazine Issue 477 (November 2023) Irreversible Entanglements

Wire Magazine Issue 477 (November 2023) Irreversible Entanglements

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Wire Magazine Issue 477 (November 2023) Irreversible Entanglements

NOTE: Shipping Damage -- small tear (1/2") on back cover.

Inside this issue:

Irreversible Entanglements: With a new album in the can, the US quintet discuss freedom, community and dismantling the mechanisms of oppression. By Phil Freeman

The Primer: Jazz & Poetry: A user’s guide to the ongoing conversation between mighty music and vibrant verse. By David Grundy

Vanishing Twin: The London based art pop trio take a playful approach to retrofuturist psychedelia. By Claire Biddles

Invisible Jukebox: Matana Roberts: The Chicago born musician and multidisciplinary artist faces The Wire’s mystery record selection. Tested by Teju Adeleye.

Unlimited Editions: Gin&Platonic

Unofficial Channels: Chocolate Monk Top Tens

Carol Robinson: Clarinet results from the Paris based musician. By Louise Gray

Tom Mudd: Getting algorithmic with the Edinburgh experimentalist. By Stewart Smith

Hearsay: Chicago improvising trio turn the tables. By Bill Meyer

Marina Herlop: Exploring otherworlds with the Catalan composer. By Miloš Hroch

Global Ear: Oaxaca A mountain town’s brass ensembles celebrate Mexico’s Indigenous Mixe culture. By Juan San Cristóbal Lizama

The Inner Sleeve: Val Wilmer on Henry Grimes’s The Call

Epiphanies: Raphael Rogiński on Neopolitan soul

Print Run: A Book Of Noises: Notes On The Auraculous by Caspar Henderson, Key Changes: The Ten Times Technology Transformed The Music Industry by Howie Singer & Billy Rosenblatt, Neumusik: The Complete Edition by David Elliott, Happy Trails by Andrew Lauder, This Must Be The Place: How Music Can Make Your City Better by Shain Shapiro, Voices Of Nature: How And Why Animals Communicate by Nicolas Mathevon, Dissonant Waves: Ernst Schoen And Experimental Sound In The Twentieth Century by Sam Dolbear & Esther Leslie

On Screen: CB Stockfleth The Elephant 6 Recording Co

On Site: Free To Improvise: The Derek Bailey Story

On Location: Time Trout + Shark Calmer, Brighton, UK; Intersection Festival, Toronto, Canada; LightSounds, London, UK; Supersonic Festival, Birmingham, UK; Mutek, Montreal, Canada; Mamoru Fujieda, Melbourne, Australia; Odysseus Festival, Helsinki, Finland; Punkt Festival, Kristiansand, Norway; Blacktronika: Brooklyn, New York, US; Tomorrow Comes The Harvest, London, UK; Ostrava Music Days, Ostrava, Czech Republic

Soundcheck: Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids, Actress, Anagram String Trio, Animal Collective, The Astronauts, Pierre Bastien & Michel Banabila, Moran/Marcus Gilmore, Blut Aus Nord, Bolt Ruin, Vilhelm Bromander, Call Super, Datashock, Ryan Davis & The Roadhouse Band, Dead Neanderthals, AC Diamond, Aaron Diehl & The Knights, Gong, Forbes Graham, The Hatch Expansion, KMRU, KMRU & Abul Mogard, Kofi Flexxx, Piotr Kurek, Lao Dan, Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, Mahti, Matmos, Joe McPhee/Mette Rasmussen/Dennis Tyfus, Nicole Mitchell & Alexander Hawkins, MXLX, Mary Ocher, The Pitch & Jules Reidy, Raining Spiderlings, Jules Reidy, Mariam Rezaei, Paul Rooney, Rozenhall, Saint Abdullah & Eomac, Saint Abdullah & Jason Nazary, Sextile, Shela, Starving Weirdos, Marnie Stern, String Noise Sounds, Taipan Tiger Girls, Umlaut Chamber Orchestra, Virta, WaqWaq Kingdom, Larry Wish, Richard Youngs

The Boomerang: Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express, The Chills, Bruce Haack, Keith Jarrett, My Cat Is An Alien, Optiki Mousiki, The Runaways, The Shadow Ring, Tricky, Seymour Wright

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