Inside The Wire 321 | November 2010
Jennifer Walshe photographed by Tara Darby
The Masthead 4
Bitstream 10 News and more from under the radar
Trip Or Squeek 12 Cartoon strip by Savage Pencil
Bites 14 Terry Riley, Instal festival, Rönnells bookshop, klingt.org
Out There 88 Festivals, concerts, gigs and club listings
Below The Radar+The Wire Tapper 97 Free downloads and CDs
Reviews Index 51
Soundcheck 52 This month’s selected CDs, vinyl and downloads, including Sun City Girls and Jean-Claude Eloy. Plus avant rock, critical beats, dub, electronica, global, hiphop, jazz & Improv, outer limits, unusual formats and reissues
The Inner Sleeve 69 Laetitia Sadier on Jorge Ben
Print Run 70 New music books: writings on Alvin Curran, an avant garde history of Buffalo, and James Hamilton’s iconic rock photography
On Screen 72 John Latham’s films and a Monks documentary on DVD
On Site 73 Exhibitions and installations: Christian Marclay in New York, a Paul Burwell tribute in London, and The Real Thing at Tate Britain
On Location 75 Festival and concert reviews: Sotto Voce in London, Ultima in Oslo, ATP New York and more
Bjørn Torske 16 The Norwegian’s spacious House is centrally-heated by warm vintage disco sounds. By Philip Sherburne
Kommissar Hjuler &Mama Baer 18 The German policeman and his wife talk transgressive art and outsider noise with Daniel Spicer
Global Ear Beirut 20 At Lebanon’s Irtijal festival, Seth Ayyaz hears local musicians transcending Arabic music cliches
Invisible Jukebox John Tilbury 22 The New Music pianist and AMM improvisor plays trick or Treatise with The Wire’s mystery record selection. Tested by Philip Clark
Drexciya A two-part special on Gerald Donald and James Stinson’s enigmatic Detroit Techno duo
Cross Platform 28 Turner Prize nominees The Otolith Group explain the motives behind their new Drexciya-inspired film, Hydra Decapita. By Derek Walmsley
The Primer 32 A user’s guide to the music and mythos of Drexciya, including their myriad solo projects. By Stephen Rennicks
Wim Mertens 38 Clive Bell enjoys a continental breakfast with the prolific, polymathic Belgian composer whose work celebrates repetition and the voice
Jennifer Walshe 44 Nothing is real, everything is permitted, says the Irish composer and sonic artist, from within a maze of aliases and false identities. By Philip Clark
Epiphanies 98 For a bereft Brian Dillon, Kate Bush’s Hounds Of Love stands for comfort
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