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Inside The Wire 415 | September 2018


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News and more from under the radar 19 Unofficial Channels The McKenzie Tapes 46 Charts The Office Ambience and other playlists 98 Out There Festivals, concerts, gigs and club listings 104 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs 28 Klaus Schulze As a member of Tangerine Dream, Ash Ra Tempel and Cosmic Jokers, and most crucially as a solo artist, the German synthesist has helped shape the sound of electronic music. By Phil Freeman

4 Masthead 6 Letters 10 Bitstream

34 Music And Mental Health An innovative new project in South West

England aims to help residential patients articulate their ideas of freedom through experimental approaches to sound. By Trevor Barre Bites 12 Sarah Kenchington The Scottish inventor and musician makes good use of the things she finds. By Claire Sawers 14 Fauxe The Singapore rhythm master finds heat in cultural friction with Malaysia. By Josh Feola 16 Tengger The Pan-Asian duo traverse meditative synthesized vistas. By Clive Bell 18 Makaya McCraven The Chicago percussionist plays cut ’n’

paste with time ’n’ space. By Phil Freeman

Global Ear 20 Northern Egypt A rave on the beach holds hidden gems from

Cairo’s underground . By Maha ElNabawi Invisible Jukebox 22 Oliver Coates Will the cellist and composer bow before the

The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by Stewart Smith 75 The Inner Sleeve The Tapeworm’s Philip Marshall on Peter

Gabriel’s Big Time 106 Epiphanies

Poulomi Desai sails her own personal ocean of sound

47 Reviews Index 48 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads and streams, plus reissues and specialist columns, including: 49 felicita/SOPHIE/Let’s Eat

Grandma Beyond the valley of the ultrahits. By Steph Kretowicz 52 Giorgio Moroder

Assignments, Supersonic, SEED Ensemble, Feldman At Sunrise, and more 40 Low Over 20 plus years Low have established themselves as unique song stylists. But what drove the trio to bury their songs beneath layers of electronics on latest album Double Negative? By Abi Bliss

& Raney Shockne Scene sounds. By Philip Brophy 59 Guru Guru/Hawkwind/ Träden Psyched out. By Daniel Spicer 71 Haruomi Hosono Travelling songs. By Clive Bell 76 Print Run New music books: Wayne Kramer’s life in rebel rock, the story of electronic music, video games and classical music, European folk, and more 80 On Screen New films and DVDs: Sami Sänpäkkilä’s The

Goodiepal Equation 81 On Site Recent art events: Orgasmic Streaming

Organic Gardening Electroculture, London, UK; AvantWhatever, Melbourne, Australia 82 On Location Recent festivals, gigs and clubs: Bastard

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