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Inside The Wire 368 | October 2014

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( Pharmakon) 4 Masthead 6 Letters 8 Bitstream News and more from under the radar 9 Trip Or Squeek Cartoon strip by Savage Pencil

Bites 10 Mdou Moctar The Tuareg singer and guitarist adds film star to his CV. By Jennifer Lucy Allan 12 Looking For The Perfect

Beat A day in the life of the LA beat scene.

By Jack Law 14 Jeremiah Cymerman The New York improvisor keeps conversation flowing with his 5049 podcast. By Bill Meyer 16 Gazelle Twin Elizabeth Bernholz spills her guts about new

15 Unofficial Channels 15 Questions 48 Charts The Office Ambience and other playlists 97 Out There Festivals, concerts, gigs and club listings 104 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs 36 Pharmakon Margaret Chardiet’s miseducation in the New York noise scene has birthed an album of visceral electronic music. By David Keenan 28 Bruce Lacey Shaped in the crucible of 1960s London, this master inventor’s films, music and curious constructions still play by their own rules. By Julian Cowley 40 Robert Fripp The King Crimson guitarist talks to Mike Barnes about the ongoing saga of the reformed group and the legacy of their vast archives album Unflesh. By Adam Harper

Global Ear 18 Darmstadt The modernist new music insitution enters a new era. By Christopher Fox

Cross Platform 20 Adam Bohman The detritus of everyday life inspires the surreal sonic and visual collages of the London artist. By Daniel Spicer Invisible Jukebox 22 Grumbling Fur

49 Reviews Index 50 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads and streams, plus reissues and specialist columns, including: 53 Darius Jones Voices from another galaxy. By Phil Freeman 54 Aphex Twin Back to the future. By Derek Walmsley 59 New Zealand Underground Looking for the Dunedin Sound. By Jon Dale 70 John Coltrane Offering’s rich rewards. By Greg Tate 73 Print Run New music books: free jazz labels, Nick Cave in pictures, Your Heart Out’s Kevin Pearce, and a new John Fahey biography 76 On Screen New films and DVDs: Finding Fela, and a

The psychedelic duo seek a portal into The Wire’s mystery record selection. Tested by Joseph Stannard 72 The Inner Sleeve Steve Gunn on Bobby Brown’s The portrait of Charles Lloyd 77 On Site Graham Dunning’s Experimental Sound Art

Enlightening Beam Of Axonda 106 Epiphanies John Cale in an Auckland pub has Peter

Jefferies beginning to see the light course 78 On Location Recent festivals, gigs and clubs: Jazz Em

Agosto, Sun Ra Arkestra, Supernormal, TÖNE and more

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