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Inside The Wire 424 | June 2019

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

plus reissues and specialist columns, including: 49 Night School Records Higher learning. By Claire Sawers 54 Mordant Music/The Caretaker Memories fade. By Simon Reynolds 61 The London Sound Survey Living for the city. By Ken Hollings 73 Reynols Southern visionaries. By Kurt Gottschalk

75 Terry Allen & The Panhandle Mystery Band Radio wave surfer. By Brian Morton 77 Print Run New music books: country larks, undead airs, a Can-do attitude, and more 81 On Screen New films and DVDs: Jonas Åkerlund’s

Lords Of Chaos; Sercan Sezgin’s Nublu: Music Of Now 83 On Location Recent festivals, gigs and clubs:

Présences Électronique, Borealis, Big Ears, Carla Bley, and more 89 On Site Recent art events: Libita Clayton:

Quantum Ghost; Paris–Londres: Music Migrations (1962–1989) 4 Masthead 6 Letters 8 Bitstream

News and more from under the radar 46 Charts The Office Ambience and other playlists 98 Out There Festivals, concerts, gigs and club listings 104 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs

10 Unlimited Editions Shelter Press 10 Unofficial Channels Tone Generation 12 Ernstalbrecht Stiebler The German minimalist seizes the means of reduction. By Julian Cowley 14 UVB-76 Haunted science from the Bristolian drum ’n’ bass unit. By Louis Pattison

16 Mort Garson US Moog magus undergoes a plant based revival. By Dave Segal 18 Caterina Barbieri Trance as mission with the Milan based composer. By Lewis Gordon

Global Ear 20 Shillong Culture under pressure in North East

India. By Akshatha Shetty 76 The Inner Sleeve Arturas Bumšteinas on Ganelin Trio’s

Con Anima

106 Epiphanies

An unknown track on the radio schools Jennifer Walshe in the mysteries of funk

Invisible Jukebox 22 Alexander von

Schlippenbach Will The Wire’s mystery record selection strike a chord for the German pianist and improvisor? Tested by Harald Kisiedu 26 Equiknoxx The polymorphous Jamaican production unit walk the line between dancehall, pop and noise. By Chal Ravens 30 75 Dollar Bill The durational jams of New York duo Che

Chen and Rick Brown open up dialogues between continents. By Dave Mandl 34 Mike Falana The talented Nigerian trumpeter was a star of UK jazz until he vanished from the London scene. By Val Wilmer 40 Charles Hayward With a discography spanning progressive rock, post-punk and beyond, the former This Heat drummer/vocalist surveys a rich career ahead of a moving new solo album. By Daniel Spicer

Cover: Charles Hayward photographed by Polly Brown

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