#408 FEB 2018 MAGAZINE

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Inside this issue:

Shabaka Hutchings: Across numerous groups and collaborations and drawing on movements from hard bop to space rock, the saxophonist and bandleader is helping to reshape London’s jazz scene. By Francis Gooding

Ceramic Hobs: A new compilation illuminates the 30 year plus career of Simon Morris’s Blackpool based DIY institution. By Phil England

Bokeh Versions: Miles Opland’s Bristol label is building a reputation as a major dub laboratory via releases from Seekersinternational, Jay Glass Dubs and others. By Chal Ravens

Konstrukt: Turkish cosmic surfers and prolific collaborators Umut Çağlar and Korhan Futacı reach beyond borders to find freedom in the Erdoğan era. By Nick Hobbs


Geng: The PTP founder reveals his cathartic new project King Vision Ultra. By Joseph Stannard

Sarah Davachi: The Canadian synthesist needs a little space. By Stewart Smith

Philip Vermeulen: Boem time is here for the Dutch artist. By Robert Barry

Lanark Artefax: The techno cult of Callum MacRae. By Claire Sawers

Global EarManila: Microscenes in the Philippines. By Aki Onda

Invisible JukeboxAshley Paul: Will the London based multi-instrumentalist get lost in the shadows of The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by Frances Morgan

The Inner SleeveBernard Stein on Maurice Ravel's Les Deux Concertos Pour Piano 

Epiphanies: Nadah El Shazly on Egyptian singer Mounira Al-Mahdeya

On Screen: New films and DVDs: Mathieu Amalric’s Zorn 2010–2017

Print Run: New music books: Earle Brown, Lou Reed, rave, bass, and more

On Site: Recent exhibitions and performances: Terre Thaemlitz

On Location: Recent festivals, gigs and clubs: The Ecstatic Music Of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda, Pharoah Sanders Quartet, Pere Ubu, London Contemporary Music Festival, and more

This item is tagged as:
  • Avantgarde
  • Experimental
  • Free Jazz
  • Guitar Picking

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