THE WIRE

#412 June 2018 MAG
Label: THE WIRE

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Inside this issue:

Laurie Anderson: More active than ever, the multimedia artist and performer discusses a career marked by hybridity, borderless networks and a new interest in virtual reality. By Emily Bick.

Cecil Taylor: When the revolutionary pianist died in April, jazz lost one of its most uncompromising individualists. Author, photographer and historian Val Wilmer recalls their encounters.

Senyawa: Javanese musicians and instrument makers Rully Shabara and Wukir Suryadi fuse metal with trance to create overwhelming fields of sound. By David Novak.

Once Upon A Time In Paris: In the 1960s and 70s Gérard and Odile Terronès were instrumental in laying the groundwork for the new thing in the French capital. By Pierre Crépon.

Bites:

Proc Fiskal: The Edinburgh producer channels the sensory overload of the moment. By Daisy Hyde

Tansy Davies: Environmental apocalypse from the Rochester based composer. By Robert Barry

Rodrigo Tavares:The Brazilian guitarist distils beauty from minimalism, post-rock and the music of his home country. By Francis Gooding

Sarah Hennies: The percussionist investigates identity through timbre. By Claire Sawers

Global Ear: Veracruz: The Mexican coastal state is the cradle of the cross-bred folk form son jarocho. By Patrick McMahon

Invisible Jukebox: The Storm Bugs: Will the post-punk duo resort to chitin in the face of The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by Mike Barnes

The Inner Sleeve: Tashi Dorji on His Hero Is Gone’s Fifteen Counts Of Arson

Epiphanies: How cartoons animated Carl Stone’s youthful interest in classical music

Print Run: New music books: grime history, postwar Japan, sci-fi music, Michael Jackson, and more

On Screen: New films and DVDs: Derek Jarman Vol 1 (1972–1986); Laurent Goldstein’s To Life, Death And Beyond: The Music Of Magma; Metahaven & Rob Schröder’s Possessed

On Site: Recent exhibitions: Rhythm & Reaction: The Age Of Jazz In Britain; Tamar Harpaz’s Crazy Delay

On Location: Selda Bağcan & Boom Pam, Ingrid Plum, Masami Kawaguchi, Lonnie Holley, and more

This item is tagged as:
  • Avantgarde
  • Electronic
  • Experimental

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