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Inside The Wire 369 | November 2014

26 Invisible Jukebox Cooly G

The London producer and vocalist goes in hard against The Wire’s mystery record selection. Tested by Chal Ravens


Cross Platform Moniek Darge Nick Cain enters the playful workshop of the Belgian performer, composer and recordist


Richard Dawson The Newcastle singer and guitarist weaves his songs from the landscapes and social histories of North East England. By Abi Bliss


Alfred 23 Harth Born in Germany and based in Korea, the multi-instrumentalist and artist reflects on a life spent crossing borders. By Julian Cowley


The Primer Autechre remixes From Merzbow and Earth to LFO and Surgeon, a user’s guide to the Rochdale duo’s radical reworkings ick

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( Harth) 4 The Wire Tapper 36 Your track by track guide to this month’s free CD 6 Masthead 8 Letters 10 Bitstream News and more from under the radar lyG);PeterD ekens( Darge);NaSeung

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12 Trip Or Squeek Cartoon strip by Savage Pencil 21 Unofficial Channels Peak Signal 2 Noise 60 Charts The Office Ambience and other playlists 105 Out There Festivals, concerts, gigs and club listings 112 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs

14 Kenny Wheeler Philip Clark pays tribute to the Toronto born trumpeter who came to define British jazz Bites 16 Katie Gately The Los Angeles musician makes sound design for imaginary worlds. By Sam Davies 18 Ascetic House US label combines visceral performance with polemical publishing. By Louis Pattison 20 Selvhenter Keeping up with the prolific Copenhagen improv collective. By Nathan Budzinski 22 Beatrice Dillon Human and robot rhythms inspire the London composer. By Maya Kalev

Global Ear 24 Chennai Carnatic music thrives at an annual festival.

By Andy Hamilton 84 The Inner Sleeve Oreet Ashery on Valeska Gert’s Baby 114 Epiphanies Joe Maneri teaches Ashley Paul to hear and play in a different key

61 Reviews Index 62 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads and streams, plus reissues and specialist columns, including: 65 Ashley Paul Shape-shifting songs. By Matt Krefting

69 The Heliocentrics And Melvin Van Peebles Cosmic soundtracks. By Philip Brophy 71 Antony And The Johnsons More tales of the city. By Sukhdev Sandhu 81 Frank Lowe Quartet Freedom regained. By Bill Shoemaker 83 Tav Falco Rockabilly roll-call. By Edwin Pouncey 85 Print Run New music books: Charlotte Moorman, Steve

Hanley’s legends of The Fall, hiphop sleevenotes, and a Robert Wyatt biography 88 On Screen New films and DVDs: Louis Sarno in Song

From The Forest plus Nas: Time Is Illmatic 89 On Site Recent exhibitions: Skan II 90 On Location Live: Fort Process, The Scratch Orchestra,

PC Music, Guelph Jazz Festival and more

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