Wire #401

Wire #401

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Wire #401 Nicole Mitchel
  • Condition: New
  • Language: English
  • 98 Pages 
  • 22.86cm x 27.94cm (9" x 11")
  • Published in London, UK
  • July 2017
  • Frequency: Monthly

Nicole Mitchell: Her latest album Mandorla Awakening II: Emerging Worlds may constitute a dire warning against humanicide, but for the flautist, composer, AACM member and Afrofuturist, hope springs eternal. By Daniel Spicer.

Kassel Jaeger: As artistic director of the Groupe De Recherches Musicales, François J Bonnet preserves – and continues – the story of the French institution, while carving out his own path as a writer and pseudonymous composer. By Robert Barry.

The Primer: Evan Parker: A user’s guide to one of the UK’s most accomplished and daring improvisors, whose catalogue takes in collaborations with Derek Bailey, Steve Lacy, Cecil Taylor and many more. By Seymour Wright.

Bites: Parris: The Bristol based soundman embraces the unexpected. By Joe Muggs

Eloïse Decazes: The Paris based vocalist shapes new songs from old materials. By Abi Bliss

Zuli: The backflipping Egyptian producer reaches out beyond Cairo. By Maha ElNabawi

Martin Bartlett: Luke Fowler’s new film celebrates an electronic outlier. By Geeta Dayal

Ectopia: Life’s a drag for the UK performance group. By Claire Sawers

Global Ear:
Dali: Southwestern China provides a haven for quiet sounds. By Josh Feola

Invisible Jukebox:
Shabazz Palaces: Seattle’s sci-fi hiphop duo trip back in time with The Wire’s mystery record selection. Tested by Dave Segal

The Inner Sleeve: awe IX on the Necromunda game

Epiphanies: UK TV’s Tiswas substitution forces an existential awakening for Paul Rooney

On Screen: New films and DVDs: Carlos Casas's Sanctuary and Noah Payne-Frank's Nothing Here Is Perfect

On Site: Recent exhibitions and performances: Mark Mothersbaugh, New York, US

Print Run: New music books: David Rodigan's life, Charles Ives's sonata, Billy Bragg on skiffle

The Wire is an independent, monthly music magazine covering a wide range of alternative, underground and non-mainstream musics. The Wire celebrates and interrogates the most visionary and inspiring, subversive and radical, marginalised and undervalued musicians on the planet, past and present, in the realms of avant rock, electronica, hiphop, new jazz, modern composition, traditional musics and beyond. Passionate, intelligent and provocative, The Wire wages war on the mundane and the mediocre.

Independent print music magazines since 1982

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