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Inside The Wire 460 | June 2022

41 Reviews Index 42 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads and streams, plus reissues and specialist columns, including: 45 Hildegard Westerkamp Mother courage. By Jo Hutton 49 Julie Tippetts & Martin Archer Use your illusion. By Andy Hamilton 51 Ron Trent + Louie Vega House of the future. By Joe Muggs 66 Jerry Hunt Irida facts. By Ken Hollings 68 Print Run New music books, including: 71 FMP Half a century of transatlantic jazz innovation from the historic German label. By Gabriel Bristow 73 On Screen New films and DVDs 74 On Location Recent live events and streams,

including: 74 Sonic Protest International rebellion occupies

Paris. By Rob Turner 82 On Site Recent art shows

4 Masthead 6 Letters 42 Charts The Office Ambience and other playlists 90 Out There Festivals and gig listings 96 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs

8 Unlimited Editions Radio Art Zone 8 Unofficial Channels Riddimguide 10 Black Glass Ensemble Environmentalist chamber group follow the data. By Phil England 12 Deborah Walker &

Silvia Tarozzi Finest worksongs for the Italian cello and viola duo. By Peter Margasak 14 Julmud The Palestinian producer and rapper collages industrial sounds from across the Middle East. By Miloš Hroch 16 Floris Vanhoof Transforming sound and vision is fair game for the Belgian artist and instrument builder. By Claire Biddles Global Ear 18 Moscow The invasion of Ukraine has pushed the Russian counterculture into retreat. By Arthur Kuzmin 69 The Inner Sleeve billy woods on Bigg Jus’s Black Mamba

Serums v2.0 98 Epiphanies

Gary Lucas is enchanted by Third Ear Band’s trancelike medievalism

Invisible Jukebox 20 Ava Mendoza Will The Wire’s mystery record selection shred the nerves of the virtuoso guitarist? Tested by George Grella

A round-up of notable outliers of Japanese punk and post-punk. By Alan Cummings 24 The Dream Syndicate Since their 2012 reunion, the US psych trailblazers have let their freak flag fly across a run of trippy releases including new album Ultraviolet Battle Hymns & True Confessions. By Joseph Stannard The Primer 28 Pauline Oliveros A Deep Listening dive into the recordings (and cisterns) of the composer and accordionist who pioneered radical new ways of listening and living. By Louise Gray

35 Ione

The writer, playright and director, and creative/life partner of Pauline Oliveros, continues their work to connect communities and listeners. By Vanessa Ague

36 Phew The Japanese punk survivor and intrepid vocalist/composer continues to build an impressive catalogue of collaborations, solo projects and band work in a career now spanning over 40 years. By Emily Pothast 41 Japanese punk primer

Cover: Phew by Mayumi Hosokura

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