The Wire #376

The Wire #376
Author: Chris Bohn (Ed.)
Publisher: The Wire
Language: English
Pages: 90
Size: 28 x 23 cm
Weight: 240 g
Binding: Softcover
Availability: In stock
Price: €7.50
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The Wire
June 2015
Deep Cover

The Wire’s contributors blow the cover on the musicians who work under alter egos, pseudonyms and secret identities, including reggae gunslingers, psychedelic cultists, punk miscreants, Mayan metalheads and more

Invisible Jukebox Eugene Chadbourne
The free ranging guitarist and rake player frets over The Wire’s mystery record selection. Tested by David Keenan

Finnish CD-R label generates electronic intrigue. By Daisy Hyde

Kara-Lis Coverdale
The Montreal composer’s art of digital defiance. By Maya Kalev

Mikhail Karikis
Recording the Tyne’s shipbuilding past. By Andy Hamilton

Nduduzo Makhathini and Tumi Mogorosi
South Africa’s new jazz generation. By Francis Gooding

Global Ear Hanoi
Underground musicians talk dirty to the horror of Vietnamese censors. By Eliza Lomas

Print Run
New music books: the recorded sound of William S Burroughs, the art of the hiphop mixtape, Johanna Beyer revisited

On Screen
New films and DVDs: the selected films of Bill Morrison

On Site
Recent exhibitions: Caroline Devine’s Poetics Of (Outer) Space and the latest iteration of David Tudor’s Rainforest

On Location
Recent festivals, gigs and clubs: Counterflows, Cale and Conrad reunited, Samuel Kerridge, Strata-East Live, a Rob Mazurek double bill, and The Long Now

The Inner Sleeve
Actress on Agnes Martin’s Untitled (1997)

Jessica Hopper collides with Pere Ubu’s Dub Housing