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- - your monthly exploration of new music i 10 Free CD: Domino On The Wire

Your guide to the people behind the music on this month's free Domino Records CD

12 Bites

People Like Us Media guerrilla Pelt Spaced out Virginians Kevin Drumm Droning alone StilluppsWypa Displaced digerati

18 Stylus Wars

Sasha Frere-Jones sits on the judges' bench at the DMC world mixingchampionships

22 Invisible Jukebox:Lee Konitz

The pioneering saxophonisttakes issue with records by Anthony Braxton, Ornette Coleman, ElvinJones & .Jimmy Garrison, Stan Kenton,Painkiller, Lennie Tristano and more. Tested by Andy Hamilton

26 Iggy Pop

25 years after The Stooges' demise, the~rraw rock noise has lost none of its power. Now living in Miami, lggy reflects on their legacy, and the release of his best album in years. By Edwin Pouncey

34 Undercurrents #l l:Generation Ecstasy

New York's Lower East Side is wherejazz traditionally regenerates itself: first came the 605 free music explosion; then the 705 loft scene; now the ecstatic jazz of Gayle, Parker, Shipp, Ware and m e . BYi o m Roe

42 The Primer: Lee Perry

Belated recognitionfor the world's weirdest dubologist has resulted in a labyrinthine discography. David Katz selects the best of the Super Ape's Studio One, Upsetter and Black Ark productions reviews

SO Soundcheck November'sselected albums and singles, including new releases from Daevid Allen, Frank Bretschneider, Lawrence Casserley, Chris & Cosey, Henry Cowell, Drexclya, HIM, Hrvatski, Joseph Holbrooke, Jungle Brothers, Bill Laswell, Arto Lindsay, Angus MacLise, Mahavishnu Orchestra, MIMEO, Muslimgauze, The Necks, Pauline Oliveros, William Parker, Sam Rivers, DJ Spooky Vs The Freight Elevator Quartet, Damo Suzuki and more 26 Print Run New music books: reggae art on the coffee table; Captain Beefheart's art scrutinised; Howard Mandel's future j a n bible; Ravi Shankar: raga and tone man; plus the sauce on salsa, a DJ history and a round-up of new music zineg 80 Multimedia The state of sound art in Berlin 82 On Location Going live: Diamanda Galas in Ghent; Sainkho Namtchylak in Chicago; DJ Vadim and posse in Brighton; Marclay, Otomo and Haino in Tokyo; an alphorn symphony in Lucerne; and John Fahey in a world of his own

4 Editor's Idea 6 Letters 20 Global Ear Sounds from the silk routes in Samarkand 16 Bitstream News from music's outer limits 65 Charts 14 Label Directory

B Out There November's selected festivals, happenings, live events, clubs and radio 96 Back Issues 91 Subscribeand get FREE CDs and FREE magazines! -3 Epiphanies How Morphogenesistaught Stewart Lee to think different

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