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Inside The Wire 351 | May 2013

The Wolf Eyes pack past and present. Photography by Mark Peckmezian

The Masthead 4

Letters 6

Bitstream 8 News and more from under the radar

Trip Or Squeek 9 Cartoon strip by Savage Pencil

Bites 10 David Tudor’s collected works; Richard Dawson’s archival songs; a photographic suite from New Orleans; and Female: Pressure’s campaign for equality in electronic music

Charts 48

Out There 90 Festivals, concerts, gigs and club listings

Subscribe 97 Print, digital, downloads and CDs

Reviews Index 49

Soundcheck 50 This month’s selected vinyl, CDs and downloads, including the Just Not Cricket! box set, Ghostface Killah & Adrian Younge, Dennis Johnson and David Bowie plus specialist columns, reissues and unusual formats

The Inner Sleeve 71 Theo Parrish on Yusef Lateef’s Detroit

Print Run 72 New music books: a new translation of Pierre Schaeffer’s In Search Of A Concrete Music; a Woebot compendium; collected writings on Phill Niblock; and a look at music’s role in crime prevention and punishment

On Screen 75 Films & DVDs: John Tchicai, Don Moye and Hartmut Geerken in The Freetown Concert; plus the story of Modeselektor

On Site 76 Exhibitions, installations, etc: Ursula Mayer and Jeff Keen in London

On Location 77 Festival and concert reviews: DMZ’s 8th birthday; Andy Votel’s Kleksploitation; plus MBV, Roscoe Mitchell and more

Global Ear Ljubljana 18 Hardcore punk and politicised rap mark the Slovenian capital’s zombie uprisings. By Jonathan Knott

Cross Platform Pedro Reyes 20 The Mexican artist turns guns into instruments for improvisors. By Phil England

Invisible Jukebox Oval 22 Markus Popp suffers no glitches as he listens to The Wire’s mystery record selection. Tested by Alexander Samuels

Creative Music Studio 26 The story of the Woodstock utopia where Karl Berger and Ingrid Sertso channelled Don Cherry and Ornette Coleman’s free jazz philosophies into radical musical education. By Howard Mandel

Morphosis 34 Worlds collide in the music of Rabih Beaini, a real-time traveller who makes raw Techno inspired by Sun Ra and Lebanese folk. By Rory Gibb

Wolf Eyes 38 As the kings of US Noise regroup with a new album, cub reporter Marc Masters traces their feral family tree through multiple side projects driven by gonzo DIY aesthetics and a hunger for sonic exploration

Epiphanies 98 How the former Cul De Sac leader Glenn Jones found a blueprint for the guitar in the renegade picking of John Fahey

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