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Inside The Wire 417 | November 2018

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Jane strikes a tender blow for radical black femininity. By Tirhakah Love

4 The Wire Tapper 48 A track by track guide to this issue’s free CD

6 Masthead 8 Letters 10 Bitstream

News and more from under the radar 19 Unofficial Channels Digital Patronage 46 Charts The Office Ambience and other playlists 99 Out There Festivals, concerts, gigs and club listings 104 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs

30 Guttersnipe The Leeds duo process extreme emotions to undermine masculinity via noise, rhythm and patterns of interference. By Abi Bliss

Bites 12 Bone Head California raised producer keeps it kitsch.

By Steph Kretowicz 14 Anja Kanngieser The sound artist and radio producer pits spoken word and field recordings against climate change. By Lewis Gordon 16 Preacherman The synth odysseys of Tim Jones hit back at a world of conspiracy. By Claire Sawers 18 Hairbone Chaos reigns for the NYC performance trio.

By Kurt Gottschalk

Global Ear 20 Barunga Indigenous art is thriving in Australia’s

Northern Territory. By Marcus Boon Invisible Jukebox 22 Nkisi Will The Wire’s mystery record selection be met with a resounding NON? Tested by Meg Woof 75 The Inner Sleeve Weirdcore on Aphex Twin’s T69 Collapse 106 Epiphanies

Musician and writer Anthony Joseph on Mighty Sparrow’s calypso

47 Reviews Index 48 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads and streams, plus

Polyphonic, Atonal Festival, Jeff Witscher, and more 36 Windrush Vibrations Over 12 pages, Jason Yarde, Mykaell Riley Lez Henry and more reflect on black British music culture on the 70th anniversary of HMT Empire Windrush’s arrival in London reissues and specialist columns, including: 49 Jerusalem In My Heart The great divide. By Maha ElNabawi 53 John Carpenter Minimal instincts. By Sam Davies 59 Harriet Tubman Triple trouble. By Neil Kulkarni 73 Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes Songs for a new world. By Julian Cowley 80 On Screen New films and DVDs: Matthew Jones’s The

Man From Mo’ Wax; Kirill Serebrennikov’s Leto (Summer) 76 Print Run New music books: metaphonics, sonic spectres, 19th century improv, Wu-Tang Clan, and more 81 On Site Recent art events: Oreet Ashery, Cambridge,

UK; Phantom Kino Ballett in New York, US 82 On Location Recent festivals, gigs and clubs: Wysing

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