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Inside The Wire 373 | March 2015

24 Cecil McBee The veteran jazz bassist outlines the freedom principles underpinning his work with Alice Coltrane, Pharoah Sanders and the Strata-East label. By Phil Freeman

28 Carter Tutti Throbbing Gristle’s most enduring partnership is retrofitting its earliest recordings for the post-Industrial era. By David Keenan 36 Steve Coleman The New York saxophonist’s constantly challenging compositions are getting their due, with multiple awards and an ambitious new album. By Howard Mandel igelShafran byN

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Jan leman) 4 Masthead 6 Letters 8 Bitstream News and more from under the radar 9 Trip Or Squeek

Cartoon strip by Savage Pencil 17 Unofficial Channels Indestructible Energy 44 Charts The Office Ambience and other playlists 90 Out There Festivals, concerts, gigs and club listings

96 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs

Bites 10 Sex And Broadcasting A new film goes behind the scenes at New

Jersey’s WFMU. By Abi Bliss 12 The Gil Evans Project Composer Ryan Truesdell unearths Gil

Evans’s lost scores. By Larry Jaffee 14 Sacred Tapes Reeling in the Salford underground. By

Jennifer Lucy Allan 16 Mumdance The London producer goes in search of proto-sounds. By Maya Kalev Global Ear 18 Mexico City Young sound artists are taking themselves out of the picture. By Julio Lorea Invisible Jukebox 20 Sleaford Mods

The Nottingham duo work their way through The Wire’s mystery record selection. Tested by Derek Walmsley 72 The Inner Sleeve Alvin Curran on his Canti E Vedute Del

Giardino Magnetico and Fiori Chiari, Fiori Oscuri 98 Epiphanies A storming Peter Brötzmann set blows novelist Alan Warner away

45 Reviews Index

46 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads and streams, plus reissues and specialist columns, including: 47 Steve Gunn And The Black Twig Pickers Meeting the folks. By Alex Neilson 51 Africa Express Malian minimalism. By Julian Cowley 55 Björk She will survive. By Frances Morgan 65 David Borden Communal counterpoint. By Frances Morgan

68 Print Run New music books: A history of New York hardcore, Garrison Fewell’s interviews with improvisors and more 71 On Screen New films and DVDs: the Sensory

Ethnography Lab’s Manakamana and a portrait of Lary 7 73 On Site Recent exhibitions: William S Burroughs:

Can You All Hear Me? in London

74 On Location Recent festivals, gigs and clubs: Inga

Copeland, HCMF, International Mystery, a Charlie Haden tribute and more

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