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Inside The Wire 444 | February 2021

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43 Reviews Index 44 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads and streams, plus reissues and specialist columns, including: 45 Maggie Nicols Contradictions collapse. By Stewart

Smith 53 Alexander Hawkins Together forever. By Daniel Spicer 65 Acen Lunar phases. By Simon Reynolds 70 Print Run New music books: Andrew Weatherall,

Los Angeles noise, an obstinate clot, and more 74 On Screen New films and DVDs: John McDermott’s

Music, Money, Madness... Jimi Hendrix In Maui; David Bernabo’s Just For The Record: Conversations With And About “Blue” Gene Tyranny 76 On Site Recent art shows: Basel Abbas &

Ruanne Abbou-Rahme; I Should Be Doing Something Else Right Now at Somerset House 78 On Location Recent live events and streams:

Infrequent Seams Streaming Festival, Nicole Mitchell, Radiophrenia 2020, Nyege Nyege Festival, and more

8 Unlimited Editions Jazz In Britain 8 Unofficial Channels Philly Hiphop Radio Freestyles 10 Hiele Squiffy electronics and milky piss from the Belgian composer. By Louis Pattison 12 Altın Gün Amsterdam based outfit bring Turkish tradition to the dance. By Daniel Spicer 14 Rob Noyes Tokyo via Massachusetts, fingerpicking via punk for the guitarist/composer. By Tony Rettman 16 Kikimore The non-hierarchical Ljubljana collective Do It With Others. By Abi Bliss 18 Global Ear Our regular column continues to report on music in the time of pandemic. This month: broadcasting in Brazil and solidarity radio in Tblisi, Georgia 69 The Inner Sleeve Elvin Brandhi on a Haunter Records album launch 98 Epiphanies

King Britt on the everlasting influence of Mwandishi

Invisible Jukebox 20 Mark Fell × Rian Treanor UK electronic music’s esteemed father and son duo test each other with a mystery record selection pianist, composer and collaborator has been blowing minds for over 50 years. Daniel Spicer presents a user’s guide to her body of work. 24 Mamer The Chinese multi-instrumentalist resists categorisation and canon via his continually evolving music. By Josh Feola

The Primer 28 Carla Bley The ambitious and highly versatile

34 South Africa’s new jazz generation Thandi Ntuli, Siyabonga Mthembu,

Bokani Dyer, Siya Makuzeni and others are at the forefront of a vibrant and booming South African jazz scene, as illustrated by two new compilations. By Francis Gooding

4 Masthead 6 Letters 42 Charts The Office Ambience and other playlists 90 Out There Festivals, concerts, gigs, clubs 96 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs

Cover: Thandi Ntuli & Siyabonga Mthembu photographed by Andile Buka

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