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Inside The Wire 440 | October 2020

49 Reviews Index 50 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads and streams,

plus reissues and specialist columns, including: 51 Tashi Dorji Picking fights. By Marc Masters 59 OSEES Dwyer’s traits. By Tony Rettman 73 Mort Garson Zodiac thriller. By Emily Pothast 77 Print Run New music books: art and music in the

1960s, Eddie Prévost, Henry Rollins, Sun Ra, King Tubby and more 83 On Screen New films and DVDs: Scott Crawford’s

CREEM: America’s Only Rock ’N’ Roll Magazine 84 On Location Recent live events and streams:

Alarm Will Sound, Shabaka Hutchings, Mopomoso, Yo La Tengo and more 90 On Site Recent art shows: Olivia Louvel

10 Unlimited Editions KRAAK 10 Unofficial Channels Music Newsletters 12 GLOR1A The multimedia performer reroutes surveillance capital. By Emily Pothast 14 thingNY The cross-disciplinary performance collective float free of historical context. By George Grella 16 AMMAR 808 The Tunisian producer forges collaborative sonic fictions. By Francis Gooding 18 Alligator Gozaimasu Reactivated virtual project makes connections and mistakes. By Abi Bliss 26 Global Ear Our regular column continues to report on music in the time of pandemic. This month: clubbing (or not) in Berlin, and recording (or not) in Southend-on-Sea 76 The Inner Sleeve Lucy Railton on Pauline Oliveros’s

Ghostdance 106 Epiphanies

Danny Wolfers aka Legowelt finds excitement in obsolete computer systems

Invisible Jukebox 20 Áine O’Dwyer × Graham

Lambkin Will the Anglo-Irish underground duo run

(shadow) rings around one another with their mystery record selections?

precursors and offshoots of the DC posthardcore institution and its consituent members. By Joe Thompson 28 C-drík Musician, curator and networker Cedrik Fermont forges connections between experimental music scenes in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. By Ziad Nawfal

The Primer 32 Fugazi A user’s guide to the recordings,

40 The Arkestra Sonny Blount may have passed into the ether but his spirit lives on as The Arkestra prepare to release a brand new album. Plus: Sun Ra on celluloid and a guide to recent archive releases. By John Morrison, Ken Hollings and Chris Trent iroz ( Fugazi )

Bert Q ue

4 Masthead 6 Letters 8 Bitstream

News and more from under the radar 48 Charts The Office Ambience and other playlists 99 Out There Festivals, concerts, gigs, clubs 104 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs

Cover: The Arkestra photographed by Marcus Maddox

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