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Inside The Wire 356 | October 2013

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Invisible Jukebox Nozinja The South African Shangaan electro pioneer shakes down The Wire’s mystery record selection. Tested by Dave Stelfox

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Jennifer Lucy Allan unearths a forgotten genius of live electronics and a virtuoso of the Buchla Box

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The Necks For a quarter of a century, the Australian Improv trio have transported audiences with their minimal mantras. What’s their magic, asks Clive Bell

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Matana Roberts Daniel Spicer meets the saxophonist, vocalist and composer whose Coin Coin song cycle is quilting a panoramic tale of black America’s radical history byMarkPeckmezian

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The Masthead Letters Bitstream News and more from under the radar

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Trip Or Squeek Cartoon strip by Savage Pencil

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Unofficial Channels Fuckin’ Record Reviews

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Charts Reviews Index Out There Festivals, concerts, gigs and club listings

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Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs

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Bites White Material Brooklyn Techno fabricators. By Rory Gibb

Malcy Duff Improv comic capers. By Matt Evans

Cave Chicago’s riff-centric pot-holers. By Rob Young

Olimpia Splendid Shambolic shenanigans from the Finnish female punk trio. By Britt Brown

Robin Meier & Al Momeni Insectoid installations. By Emily Bick

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Global Ear Antwerp Dennis Tyfus, Ultra Eczema and creative emigrants enrich the Belgian port’s city limits. By Allon Kaye & Clodagh Kinsella

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The Inner Sleeve Isambard Khroustaliov on Daniel Libeskind’s End Space drawings

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Epiphanies Michael Veal on Butch Morris’s conduction panoramas

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Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs and downloads, plus reissues and specialist columns, including

Tim Hecker Electronic virginals. By Britt Brown

Omar Souleyman Hi-def dabke. By Clive Bell

Robert Haigh Ex-Junglist’s piano miniatures. By Derek Walmsley

Sly And The Family Stone The lowdown according to Sylvester Stewart. By Ian Penman

ECM The ascent of Mount Eicher. By Adrian Shaughnessy

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Print Run New music books: Questlove, Paul Morley, Tony Allen, Dizzee Rascal and more

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On Screen New films and DVDs: the life of a Homosexual and a Bedroom Community travelogue

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On Site Recent exhibitions and installations: Heather Phillipson and Zarouhie Abdalian

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On Location Recent festivals, gigs and clubs: Angela Bulloch & David Grubbs, Roy Harper, Glenn Branca, Julia Holter and more

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