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Inside The Wire 437 | July 2020

41 Reviews Index 42 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads and streams,

plus reissues and specialist columns, including:

43 White Boy Scream Yell awaits. By Joshua Minsoo Kim

51 Douglas Benford & Co New and improv(is)ed. By Andy Hamilton

64 Ashtray Navigations Time takes a cigarette. By Abi Bliss

67 Print Run New music books: improv, sound art,

Roedelius, non-binary pop, Ornette Coleman, and more

71 On Screen New films and DVDs: Serdar

Kökçeoğlu’s Mimaroğlu: The Robinson Of Manhattan Island; Paul Hegeman’s That Pärt Feeling: The Universe Of Arvo Pärt 72 On Location Recent live and online events: Heinous

Whining #4, Square Garden Festival, Deathbomb Showcase: Global, Avola, The Quarantine Concerts, and more

78 On Site Recent art shows: All At Once

9 Unlimited Editions Hausu Mountain

9 Unofficial Channels The Strangeness Of Dub

10 Nour Mobarak Sensual wordplay with the experimental vocalist. By Jennifer Lucy Allan

12 Wendy Eisenberg Layered songs of isolation by the guitarist and improvisor. By Frances Morgan

14 Thiago Nassif The Brazilian artist’s songcraft blends social critique and danceability. By Russ Slater

66 The Inner Sleeve Daniel Blumberg on Roger Hilton

90 Epiphanies Rhodri Davies gets wet and wild off the

Welsh coast

16 Global Ear Our regular column from around the world continues to report on the varied experiences of and responses to the Covid-19 crisis. This month: views from Manchester and Warsaw

Invisible Jukebox 18 Moor Mother × Rasheedah Philips The Black Quantum Futurism duo test each other’s mettle via The Wire’s mystery record selection

22 John Russell & Mopomoso Having provided generations of improvisors with inspiration and support, guitarist John Russell’s Mopomoso meetings are now in jeopardy due to the Covid-19 crisis. By Philip Clark

26 Armand Hammer & Backwoodz Studioz Joined by ShrapKnel, Duncecap and other comrades affiliated to Brooklyn’s Backwoodz Studioz label, MC Billy Woods and rapper/producer Elucid carve out a fresh future for rap. By John Morrison

4 Masthead 6 Letters 8 Bitstream News and more from under the radar

40 Charts The Office Ambience and other playlists

83 Out There Festivals, concerts, gigs, club listings

88 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs

30 Tangerine Dream The members of the kosmische music institution discuss deep space, evolution and late leader Edgar Froese with Phil Freeman. Plus: David Burraston on the group’s synthesizers, Matt Krefting on their 1970s albums, Emily Pothast on their artwork, and Philip Brophy on their decadesspanning relationship with cinema

Cover illustration by Robert Beatty

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