#393 | November 2016 MAG + CD

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Inside this issue:

Shirley Collins: Assisted by industrial duo Cyclobe, the revered singer and archivist prepares to release her first album of new material in 38 years. By David Keenan

Ectoplasm Girls: Stockholm based siblings Tanya and Nadine Byrne convey the afterimage of death and the echo of former lives though spectral sound and vision. By Julian Cowley

Elza Soares: The Brazilian singer and fearless spokesperson for the dispossessed discusses a career that began in the 1950s and remains vital today. By Russ Slater

Roy Montgomery: The New Zealand lo-fi guitar veteran talks strategies of noise and songform as he returns from the wilderness with four new albums. By Noel Meek

Tarek Atoui: The Beirut born sound artist channels the noise of violence. By Alexander Samuels

Kælan Mikla: The Icelandic synth trio find beauty in desolation. By Joseph Stannard

Fritz Welch: Geekdom goes sculptural in the hands of the Texan artist. By Robert Barry


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