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Inside The Wire 425 | July 2019

43 Reviews Index 44 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads and streams,

plus reissues and specialist columns, including: 45 Abdullah Ibrahim Level blessed. By Julian Cowley 51 Angelina Yershova Rite thinking. By Louise Gray 57 Upset The Rhythm DIY or die. By Louis Pattison 67 Die Tödliche Doris Odd future, Wolfgang. By Biba Kopf 70 Print Run New music books: Total Refreshment

Centre, Detroit jazz, Toop’s flutter, etc 74 On Screen New films and DVDs: Adam Dubin’s

Murder In The Front Row, Rob Curry & Julia Parnell’s The Chills: The Triumph And Tragedy Of Martin Phillipps 76 On Location Recent festivals, gigs and clubs: Joe

McPhee, Annea Lockwood, Josephine Foster, Intonal, and more 82 On Site Recent art events: Annika Kahrs & Louis d’Heudieres 4 Masthead 6 Letters 8 Bitstream

News and more from under the radar 42 Charts The Office Ambience and other playlists 91 Out There Festivals, concerts, gigs and club listings 96 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs

10 Unlimited Editions Paradigm Discs 10 Unofficial Channels TQ zine 12 Crystal Axis Nairobi punks throw a time-travelling fist in the face of King Leopold. By Clive Bell 14 Big Stick Racing back with the double drag sleaze peddlers. By Edwin Pouncey 18 Damon Locks Chicago polymath cries freedom with his Black Monument Ensemble. By Peter Margasak 20 Stockhausen’s Lost Sea Shanty A recently discovered song from his

1958 US tour casts the German composer in a new light. By Tom Welsh

Global Ear 16 Córdoba Invention versus alienation in the

Argentine province. By Hernan Muleiro 69 The Inner Sleeve Dale Cornish on Pet Shop Boys’ Very 98 Epiphanies

An oud awakening for Khyam Allami

Invisible Jukebox 22 The Bohman Brothers Will the London duo need to improvise in the face of The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by Clive Bell 26 Ellen Arkbro Her latest album CHORDS takes the

Swedish composer into a new realm of sound and space. By Claire Sawers The Primer 30 Latin freestyle Let the music play with our guide to the non-planar vortices of the influential 1980s New York style. By Peter Shapiro 36 Moor Mother As Camae Ayewa prepares for her appearances at Birmingham’s Supersonic festival, Philadelphia’s globally active artist, performer, poet and activist discusses time, destiny and futurism. By Emily Pothast

Cover: Moor Mother photographed by Sasha Arutyunova

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