Wire #425


The Wire covers a wide range of alternative and underground 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.

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On the cover: Moor Mother: As Camae Ayewa prepares for her appearances at Birmingham’s Supersonic festival, Philadelphia’s globally active artist, performer, poet and activist discusses time, destiny and futurism. By Emily Pothast. Also in this issue: Ellen Arkbro: Her latest album CHORDS takes the Swedish composer into a new realm of sound and space. By Claire Sawers. The Primer: Latin freestyle: Let the music play with our guide to the non-planar vortices of the influential 1980s New York style. By Peter Shapiro. Invisible Jukebox: The Bohman Brothers: Will the London duo need to improvise in the face of The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by Clive Bell. Plus, Unlimited Editions: Paradigm Discs, Crystal AxisBig StickDamon LocksStockhausen’s Lost Sea Shanty, Global Ear: Córdoba, The Inner Sleeve chosen by Dale Cornish, Epiphanies by Khyam Allami, 40 pages of reviews and much more

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