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Inside The Wire 436 | June 2020

45 Reviews Index 46 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads and streams,

plus reissues and specialist columns, including: 47 Matthew Shipp 60 something else. By Julian Cowley 53 Quelle Chris & Chris Keys Peaced together. By Madeleine Byrne 57 Amgueddfa Llwch Locked down (and out). By Abi Bliss 66 No Trend Negative approach. By Tony Rettman 69 Print Run New music books: Savage Pencil,

encounters with indie labels, Kraftwerk, and more 72 On Screen New films and DVDs: Rubika Shah’s

White Riot 73 On Site Recent art shows: Tanoa Sasraku 74 On Location Recent live and online events: Cryptic,

Vula Viel featuring Peter Zummo, Sun Araw, and more

10 Unlimited Editions Yes No Wave Music 10 Unofficial Channels The Leaf Explorers 12 DJ Marcelle Atypical turntable action from the anticareerist eclecticist. By Chal Ravens 14 Simon Kirby, Tommy

Perman & Rob St John UK arts collaboration is beginning to see the light. By Julian Cowley 16 Robert Ridley-Shackleton Life and times of a bargain bin Prince.

By Stewart Smith 68 The Inner Sleeve Mourning [A] BLKstar’s RA Washington on Archie Shepp’s The Cry Of My People 90 Epiphanies

Sonic Boom on the benefits of a psychedelic mindset

Invisible Jukebox 18 AGF × Vladislav Delay Will The Wire’s mystery record selection leave Finland’s electronic power couple out in the cold?

borough was home to a progressive black music community involving Rashied Ali, Marzette Watts, Carol Blank, and others. By Val Wilmer 22 Global Ear Ten more artists, writers and organisers from around the world including Jennifer Walshe, Astral Social Club and WFMU respond to the new realities presented by the Covid-19 pandemic 28 Greg Fox From his work in Guardian Alien, Liturgy and Uniform to his solo excursions, the New York based drummer refracts rock via an avant garde prism. By Antonio Poscic

Once upon a time in 32 Williamsburg In the 1970s, the then rundown New York

4 Masthead 6 Letters 8 Bitstream

News and more from under the radar 44 Charts The Office Ambience and other playlists 84 Out There Festivals, concerts, gigs, club listings 88 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs

38 Arca For over a decade Venezuelan producer,

vocalist and performer Alejandra Ghersi has been queering electronic music and the discourse around it. With her fourth album KiCk i imminent she talks cyborgian fantasies and non-binary futures. By Steph Kretowicz

Cover: Arca photographed by Nadav Kander

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