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Inside The Wire 411 | May 2018

26 Doris Norton Spanning Italian occult prog, computer music and consultancy work for IBM, the reissued back catalogue of Doris Norton takes us deep into the machine. By Emily Pothast

28 Pekka Airaksinen After the 1960s performance provocations of

The Sperm, the Finnish polymath went travelling the spaceways in search of zen inspiration. By Matt Wuethrich

34 Aïsha Devi The vibrational rave of the Swiss born

Nepalese-Tibetan vocalist and producer is designed to move bodies at both subatomic and social levels. By Daniel Neofetou

36 Larry Heard The Chicago house of Mr Fingers altered the shape and sound of club and electronic music, and a new album proves the producer is still looking to the future. By Jacob Arnold ithrow

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42 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 Ben LaMar Gay Chicago’s creative currents meet in the work of the cornettist and singer. By Neil Kulkarni 12 Lana Del Rabies The Phoenix artist fends off darkness with cathartic noise. By Joseph Stannard

14 Experimental Sonic Machines Peter K Rollings invests DIY electronics with oddball humour. By Dan Wilson 16 Lucrecia Dalt The Colombian composer considers space and time in her newest work. By Emily Bick 18 Collateral Damage

Dance music and orchestras don’t mix. By Chal Ravens Global Ear 20 Istanbul Tradition and noise collide in the Turkish capital’s Roma community. By Heather Trost Invisible Jukebox 22 Phew Will the Japanese vocalist breathe a sigh of relief at The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by James Hadfield 71 The Inner Sleeve Claire M Singer on De Groene Kathedraal 98 Epiphanies

Kelly Jayne Jones finds her DIY stride

43 Reviews Index

44 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads and streams, plus reissues and specialist columns, including: 45 lojii Empty pocket universe. By Joseph Stannard 50 Bill Frisell + Mary Halvorson Sympathetic strings. By Andy Hamilton 56 Detroit Rising/Spirit Fingers Motor City and beyond. By Brian Morton 68 Captain Maurice Seddon Calling out of context. By Richard Thomas 72 Print Run New music books: Val Wilmer back in print, Viv

Albertine remembers, mystic metal, and more 75 On Screen New films and DVDs: William E Badgley’s Here

To Be Heard: The Story Of The Slits; Jake Meginsky & Neil Young’s Milford Graves Full Mantis 76 On Site Recent exhibitions: Dronechoir Miracle 77 On Location Recent festivals, gigs and clubs: Selda

Bağcan & Boom Pam, Ingrid Plum, Masami Kawaguchi, Lonnie Holley, and more