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Inside The Wire 447 | May 2021

45 Reviews Index 46 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads and streams, plus reissues and specialist columns, including: 47 Angrusori Travelling blues. By Daniel Spicer 55 Marianne Faithfull with Warren Ellis Walking the talk. By Claire Biddles 69 Michael Small View to a thrill. By Philip Brophy 73 Print Run New music books: Radiophonics,

George Russell, Brötzmann’s art, The Fall, and more 79 On Screen New films and DVDs: Celeste Bell &

Paul Sng’s Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché; David Wexler’s Disintegration Loops 80 On Location Recent live events and streams:

Supersonic, Pan, Ava Mendoza, Die Jim Crow, Sonic Electronics, and more

85 On Site Recent art shows: Mars89’s New

Dawn; Jacob Kirkegaard’s TESTIMONIUM

8 Unlimited Editions HoZac

8 Unofficial Channels Rooftop Defoe 10 Alpha Maid Deconstructed rock and polyrhythmic grunge from the London based CANVAS associate. By Mariam Rezaei 12 Sunareht Back to the future for the Parisian producer. By Chal Ravens 14 Charmaine Lee New York based composer rebuilds the body electric. By Joshua Minsoo Kim 16 Jonáš Gruska The field recordist and sound designer takes the LOM route. By Louise Gray 20 Global Ear Our regular column continues to report on music in the time of pandemic. This month: lockdown, tradition and anti-fascism in Liptov, Central Slovakia 72 The Inner Sleeve Patrick Shiroishi on fashion designer

Yohji Yamamoto 106 Epiphanies

Will Guthrie gets rhythm thanks to saxophonist Mark Simmonds

Invisible Jukebox 22 Cathal Coughlan ×

Sean O’Hagan The former Microdisney bandmates and current collaborators test each other with a mystery record selection

A significant contributor to sessions led by Wayne Shorter, Bobby Hutcherson, Andrew Hill, Joe Henderson and many others, the US drummer and composer discusses his distinguished career and new solo album. By Daniel Spicer 26 Embassador Dulgoon Part of a global network of sonic adventurers, Chilean musician Nicolás Carcavilla explores uncanny landscapes populated by mythic creatures via free-ranging neo-exotica. By Spenser Tomson

30 Joe Chambers

36 People Like Us

As Vicki Bennett prepares for an ambitious audiovisual UK tour, the archcollagist talks Buddhism, subverting popular culture and the autoregenerative art of cut and paste. By Abi Bliss

4 Masthead 6 Letters 44 Charts The Office Ambience and other playlists 98 Out There Festivals, concerts, gigs, clubs 104 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads and CDs

Cover: People Like Us’s Vicki Bennett photographed by Polly Brown

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