Wire #446


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: Warren Ellis: As a key collaborator with Nick Cave, the leader of Dirty Three and an esteemed composer in his own right, Warren Ellis has built himself a sturdy outpost on the margins of rock. A new work with vocalist Marianne Faithfull offers further evidence of his versatility. By Emily Pothast. Plus: Nazar: Currently based in the Netherlands, the Angolan producer has pioneered his own style of rough kuduro in order to confront the conflict, corruption and poverty of his petrostate homeland. By Ray Philp; Once Upon A Time In Watts: From his arrival in Los Angeles in 1940, trumpeter Don Cherry traversed the vibrant suburbs of the city in search of the new thing. By Gabriel Bristow; Invisible Jukebox: Mike Paradinas × Lara Rix-Martin: The founders of Planet Mu and Objects Limited test each other with a mystery record selection. Also inside this issue: Nakul KrishnamurthyAnn Rosén; Kohsuke Mine; Rizomagic; The Inner Sleeve chosen by William Parker; Epiphanies by Val Wilmer; hundreds of reviews and much more.

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