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Collections Vol IV
Cat: 912190 Rel: 25 Nov 22
 
Introducing next edition of the The Collections, the limited edition publication compiling the best articles and photography of the last year.
Notes: The Winter 2022 annual focuses on the creatives behind some of this year's standout shoots.

Introducing next edition of the The Collections, the limited edition publication compiling the best articles and photography of the last year.

The new issue, The Collections Vol. IV, launches today (17 November) and is in stores from 24 November. This year's collectable annual showcases behind-the-scenes insights from some of Crack Magainze's best features and imagery from 2022. This includes landmark covers such as Top Boy, Mistki, Carly Rae Jepsen and Hessle Audio as well as shoots with artists such as Lous and the Yakuza, Gaidaa and Girlpool.

The Collections was started up in 2020, during the pandemic, as a way to publish their best features at a time when the monthly magazine couldn't be printed. Since then, Crack Magazine have continued to use the publication as a space to celebrate and spotlight the work shared in the months prior. The fourth edition focuses on the creatives and shoots that make up the monthly magazine, in addition to some unpublished imagery, honing in on the global network of photographers.

Behind-the-scenes features in The Collections Vol. IV include an interview with ONDA - the photographer behind the May issue cover with Digga D - as well as interviews with artist Ethel Cain about self-shooting, and photographer Stephen Tayo about the Naira Marley cover shoot, Lagos and its creative scene, respectively. There's also a profile with Lynn Hayleigh (O-Ke) who photographed Touching Bass and a chat with duo Boy Harsher about filmography.
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Detroit Electronic Quarterly Magazine Issue #17/18 (double issue)
Cat: 887571 Rel: 18 Jul 22
 
Issue #17/18 of Detroit Electronic Quarterly Magazine - featuring Jon Dixon, John Briggs, Eddie Fowlkes, Techmarine Bottom Feeders and more
Notes: Artist features: DEQ 17: Jon Dixon, John Briggs, Peter Croce, Viands, The Bassment, Grey Area (Southwest art gallery), Kaku (Usui) Sushi and Poke, Detroit Techno Militia (DTM), Two Rooms (Joel Peterson of Trinosophes & Sam Hooker of Peoples Records) Record Label Spotlight, Nandi, A7, Shawscape and Movement 2019 photo recap.

Artist features: DEQ 18: Eddie Fowlkes, Techmarine Bottom Feeders (Paris the Black Fu, Luxus Varta)*, DJ Moppy*, DJ Holographic*, Apollo Brown, Sundiata O M, Luke and Jeff Hess, ADMN and Infolines.
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Disco Pogo Magazine Issue #3
Cat: 944890 Rel: 17 May 23
 
Disco Pogo is the new, bi-annual, electronic music magazine from the original founders of seminal 90s title Jockey Slut.
Notes: Issue 3 is a heavyweight 220 pages and features Roisin Murphy, Grace Jones, Art of Noise, Boards of Canada, Chris Frantz, Danielle Moore, Decius, Hifi Sean, Jamz Supernova, Leftfield, Luke Solomon, Native Tongues, Ralph Lawson, Twisted Nerve, Underground Resistance and much, much more.

*** This magazine has two different covers - we can't guarantee which one you're going to get! ***
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Disco Pogo Magazine Issue #4
Cat: 971907 Rel: 28 Sep 23
 
Disco Pogo is the new, bi-annual, electronic music magazine from the original founders of seminal 90s title Jockey Slut.
Notes: Issue 4 is a bumper 200 pages of quality journalism and original photography and features The Chemical Brothers, Romy, Skream, Pet Shop Boys, 90s Chicago House, DJ Paulette, Mr Scruff, Jon Carter, John Carroll Kirby, Alex Kassian, Movulango, Say She She, Church of Sound, Josh Caffe, Sofia Kourtesis, A (New) Balearic Network, On-U Sound, 50 Years of Hip Hop and much more.

*** This magazine has two different covers - we can't guarantee which one you're going to get! ***
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Dominoes: We Jazz Magazine Issue #10
Cat: 981533 Rel: 19 Dec 23
 
The tenth issue of We Jazz Magazine, "Dominoes" for Donald Byrd
Notes: The tenth issue of We Jazz Magazine, "Dominoes" for Donald Byrd. 128 pages, 170 x 240 mm in size and printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers. All articles presented IN ENGLISH. Donald Byrd by Andy Beta, Lonnie Liston Smith by Anton Spice, Charles Gayle by Seymour Wright, Anoushka Shankar & Arooj Aftab in conversation by Debra Richards, Billy Harper by Bret Sjerven, Anni Kiviniemi by Wif Stenger, Kenneth Jimenez by Andrey Henkin, Sun Ra by Francis Gooding, Muffins by Marc Medwin, Discaholic column by Mats Gustafsson, Vogel Records by Lander Lenaerts + reviews & more

128 pages, 170 x 240 mm in size and printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers
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Favoritism (B-STOCK)
Cat: 1003730 Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
B-STOCK: Crease on corner of book, otherwise in excellent condition
Notes: ***B-STOCK: Crease on corner of book, otherwise in excellent condition***


Disco Beats has created a disc guide zine in paper format.

The theme is domestic disco 7-inch B-sides.

Please get a copy of this zine and go on a treasure hunt at record stores.

Most of the records in the zine can be obtained for a few hundred yen.

(Some of them are chill soul, and some are disco.)
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Maggot Brain Magazine #10
Cat: 904132 Rel: 17 Oct 22
 
Feat Lucy Cahill, Belle & Sebastian, CLR, Ben Berton and more
Notes: Cover art by Detroit-based graphic artist Lucy Cahill depicts Wanda Jackson as an alien because why not; with additional recent works by her inside the issue.

Glasgow's justly beloved Belle & Sebastian, hot on the heels of a US tour and their best record in ages, deliver unto us decades' worth of posters and ephemera, with an interview with Stuart Murdoch on the history of the group's aesthetics. Novelist and longtime friend David Gordon lets us run the full text of his archival talk with celebrated painter and author Duncan Hannah (RIP -- and yes he goes into detail about the Lou Reed incident described in Please Kill Me). Kevin Esquire spent hours with Motown's almost-star from the 1960s and '70s, Christina Carter, and we have unpublished archival images and many amazing anecdotes.

Speaking of Motown, did you know that the son of the great Marxist/Black liberation activist CLR James was in 'mixed race' band Odyssey, who had a record on Motown? We have a great feature on that. Fascinating discussion between guitarist-singer-songriter-innovators Chris Forsyth and Steve Wynn.

There is an amazing excerpt from Ben Berton's new book on Dan Treacy and the TV Personalities, detailing how the first 7" came together and John Peel inadvertently named the band. Nate Carlson goes deep on the Tony Iommi era of Black Sabbath. Why Buffy Saint-Marie matters, now more than ever, by writer and musician Emily Pothast. One of our favorite writers, Sara Jaffe, tells us how her own grandfather wrote the song 'I'm My Own Grandpa'! No, really! That alone is worth admission. Plus -- there's a terrific and long and excellently illustrated feature on the country and experimental steel guitarist Barry Walker Jr by Tom Humphrey.

Our SF Indie Scene Report: 2022 is so well done that it's going to knock your socks off. Plus, Lucy Sante and Mimi Lipson and the tape column and Katie Lass on her soon-to-be classic Hypnopomp LP and the great Jay Ruttenberg on Sessa, whew.

Plus, also of course beautiful images galore, and more besides.
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Maggot Brain Magazine #12
Cat: 939645 Rel: 14 Apr 23
 
The cover feature celebrates the enduring, luminous genius of Dolly Parton, with a revealing conversation between Caryn Rose and Lynn Melnick on how her music quite literally saved Melnick's life.
Notes: The cover feature celebrates the enduring, luminous genius of Dolly Parton, with a revealing conversation between Caryn Rose and Lynn Melnick on how her music quite literally saved Melnick's life.

ALSO IN THE ISSUE: OCTAVIA BUTLER - The very full transcript of editor Mike McGonigal's lengthy, in-depth talk with the sci-fi feminist visionary, from 1997. The entire transcript has never appeared in print.

ROLIN-POWERS - The great Michelle Dove on what makes these avant-folk lovebirds tick, and why you should care.

THE CLEAN + HAMISH KILGOUR - An epic, archival interview with the band from 15 years ago, plus a fresh look thanks to Michael Galinsky at why Hamish meant so much to so many.

FRED TOMASELLI - Many pages of his delightful reworkings of New York Times front pages, plus an insightful interview with one of our finest contemporary artists.

CRAZY DOBERMAN - Erick's Bradshaw delivers an epic, well-illustrated tour diary of a brief jaunt with these noise greats.

Plus also

Composer TAYONDAI BRAXTON by Katy Henricksen! - a meaty, beautiful feature on DR. PETE LARSON by Fred Thomas, worlds collide!
An amazing LUCY SANTE column!
Cassette tapes! - Reissue of the issue is the 'Saturn 2' comp of obscure Midwestern '90s shoegaze!
The Bay Area's deliriously good new band GALORE by Jessica Beard!
A beloved celebrity writes in to Mimi Lipson's advice column!
A lengthy excerpt from a great unpublished novel by DAVID GORDON!
Editor Mike McGonigal's tribute to Tom Verlaine!
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Maggot Brain Magazine #14
Cat: 974094 Rel: 31 Oct 23
 
Cover boy Harry Smith shines thanks to a cheeky, never-before published photo by Allen Ginsberg; this issue also features on Marc Masters, Lou Reed, Orbital, Boygenius and more
Notes: Maggot Brain Issue 14 is coming. The Fall 2023 issue is jam-packed!

Cover boy Harry Smith shines thanks to a cheeky, never-before published photo by Allen Ginsberg. We celebrate the life and work of the self-described "ethnopharmacologist" just in time for the release of John Szwed's illuminating biography and Smith's first one-person art exhibition, at the Whitney, with three killer, well-illustrated features (on his Anthology of American Folk Music, an interview by Marc Masters with Szwed, and a terrific dive into Smith's relationship with fellow visual artist and filmmaker Jordan Belson by Raymond Foye). Also in this issue: Andy Beta on the reissue of a forgotten Lou Reed record. Excerpts from two revelatory works- Andy Zax's Extinctophonics, and Christina Ward's Holy Food. Kathy Lindenmayer witnesses a show by Boygenius. An archival interview with fabric arts pioneer and Bauhaus OG, Anni Albers. An illustrated Advance Base tour diary by Owen Ashworth. Tamara Palmer considers the oddball career arc of Orbital. Andy Beta goes deep on Tetsu Inoue. Nate Lippens goes off on Rene Ricard and other obsessions. And Michelle Dove on Cat Power's sense of humour! Plus illustrations throughout by Marly Beyer; and columns by Lucy Sante, Mimi Lipson, Dwight Pavlovic, and editor Mike McGonigal; tributes to Sixto Rodriguez, Esp Summer, and Pee-Wee Herman; and the triumphant return of the Unstapled column, with reproductions of a contemporary basketball fanzine.
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Maggot Brain Magazine #15
Cat: 994595
 
This cover feature is a career-spanning piece by Tamara Palmer on Bjork, with a terrifically gorgeous cover image by Marly Beyer
Notes: -BJORK: This cover feature is a career-spanning piece by Tamara Palmer on Iceland's most noted export since the foundation of their parliament in 930, with a terrifically gorgeous cover image by Marly Beyer. -MARCELLUS HALL delivers a 30-plus page excerpt from a graphic novel about life in indie-rock in the early 1990s that's stunning and lyrical.

-Hot on the heels of their world tour, it's an engaging photo essay from Detroit's premier music photographer Doug Coombe on the return of garage punk heroes BE YOUR OWN PET. -Mike Turner spends serious time with BMX champion CHELSEA WOLFE, right when she might be suspended from competition for being trans. -Ana Gavrilovska digs deep into the work of up-and-coming multimedia artist WAYNE PHOENIX. -Uncharacterizable instrumental musicians PENGUIN CAFE are back (under the direction of originator Simon Jeffes' son Arthur Jeffes) and Kurt Reighley is writing beautifully on them. (Their first two records for Eno's label are The Shit.) Cassette tape reviews; Lucy Sante delivers a tribute to the olden days of mp3 blogs.

Mimi Lipson weighs in on cats versus dogs in her advice column; Andy Beta talks of Annea Lockwood in the Icons column; the reissue of the issue is a box set of Pauline Anna Strom, by Michelle Dove; Fred Thomas on "why Sonic Youth's most underrated record deserves a second look" (guess which one it is!); an overview of reissue label Mesh Key for a new column on the people who run labels and stuff like that. In the new column Tracked (on music supervisors) Martin Douglas talks to Tiffany Anders, and it's largely about her work on RESERVATION DOGS! Then there's the column PHYSICAL GRAFFITI by editor McGonigal, an epic look at dozens of recent LP releases plus a few books (that's right, it's a bona fide multi-page record review column), plus the debut of Maggot Brain's food column with a disastrous visit to the Russian Tea Room courtesy of noted genius QUINTRON.
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Maggot Brain Magazine #8
Cat: 869963 Rel: 28 Mar 22
 
Full-colour, quarterly magazine edited by noted Detroit scribe Mike McGonigal
Notes: Maggot Brain is a full-colour, quarterly magazine edited by noted Detroit scribe Mike McGonigal: 100+ pages packed with phenomenal content - art, music, literature, unpublished archival material, and more - with a simple promise to only exist on the printed page.

The cover feature is an epic, really long timeline of images and interview with the modern king of arts portrait photography, Michael Lavine.

Amazing archival images by Gail Butensky and reflections on Pavement + what we think is the band's first new interview in a decade in anticipation of their reusion shows and events later this year
Tom Scharpling talks about prog rock with Matt Berry
A lengthy interview with the SF-based dreamy pop band Cindy by editor Mike McGonigal
Reuben Radding's killer photos and review of a recent show in Brooklyn by Chicago's Irreversible Entanglements
Ana Gavrilovska on why sax player and drone composer Lea Bertucci matters
Sara Jaffe on how essayist Aisha Sabatini Sloan is a genius
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Maggot Brain Magazine #9
Cat: 887477 Rel: 18 Jul 22
 
Over 100 pages packed with phenomenal content - art, music, literature, and unpublished archival stuff + more.
 1 in stock $14.26
Moof Magazine Issue 11
Cat: 920657 Rel: 17 Feb 23
 
100p magazine
Notes: MOOF issue no. 11

Cover artwork by Jeremy Deller

100+ pages of underground music, art & culture.

This issue features interviews with Pete Brown, Dana Gillespie, Gruff Rhys, Alex Merry and Benjamin Myers, as well as features about the lesser-known UK free festivals, Argentinian underground magazine Expreso Imaginario, Gwawr Records, The New Eves, Burd Ellen, Aphex Twin, album/live music reviews & much more...
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Oisters: We Jazz Magazine Issue #9
Cat: 973992 Rel: 08 Nov 23
 
Features: Jason Moran, Carlos Garnett, Oren Ambarchi, Darius Jones, Black Fire Records, Robyn Steward, columnist Mats Gustafsson, reviews & more.
Notes: Features: Jason Moran, Carlos Garnett, Oren Ambarchi, Darius Jones, Black Fire Records, Robyn Steward, columnist Mats Gustafsson, reviews & more.

128 pages
174 x 240 mm
140g Edixion paper
Laminated 300g Invercote covers

We Jazz Magazine

A quarterly music journal with passion & vision. Distributed worldwide, read by music fans, journalists, tastemakers...

"Brilliant new mag from the people at We Jazz. Top marks. Great contributors. Looking forward to your growth... Jazz needs this!"
Gilles Peterson
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Revelation: We Jazz Magazine Issue #6
Cat: 915143 Rel: 15 Dec 22
 
The sixth issue of We Jazz Magazine, "Revelation" for Black Jazz Records.
Notes: The sixth issue of We Jazz Magazine, "Revelation" for Black Jazz Records. 128 pages 174 x 250 mm in size and printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers. All articles presented IN ENGLISH. Stories include Black Jazz Records by Daniel Spicer, As-Shams by Andy Thomas, Nyege Nyege Festival by Markus Karlqvist, Alina Bzhezhinska by Tina Edwards, Carl Stone by Peter Margasak, Gyedu-Blay Ambolley by Rob Garratt, Travelogue by Kari Ikonen, Pharoah / Jazz Composers Orchestra by Seymour Wright, reviews, plus more.

Country of printing: Finland
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Shadow Shapes: We Jazz Magazine Issue #8
Cat: 946850 Rel: 15 Jun 23
 
The eighth issue of We Jazz Magazine, "Shadow Shapes" for Dorothy Ashby.
Notes: The eighth issue of We Jazz Magazine, "Shadow Shapes" for Dorothy Ashby. 128 pages 170 x 240 mm in size and printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers.

All articles presented IN ENGLISH.

Dorothy Ashby by David Mittleman, Don Cherry by Magnus Nygren, Peter Evans by Andrey Henkin, The Return Of the Queer Jazz Scene by Tina Edwards, Jimetta Rose & the Voices Of Creation by Samuel Lamontage, Asher Gamedze by Teju Adeleye, Jazz Taphonomy by Seymour Wright, Discaholic column by Mats Gustafsson, Guy Stevens by Lander Lenaerts, reviews, plus more.

Country of printing: Finland
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Synth History Zine Issue #2
Cat: 981785
 
A compilation of interviews with contemporary and legendary icons within the synth world
Notes: The Synth History interviews - available in tangible 'zine form!

The second thick high quality 150+ page issue is bigger than the last one! It features a compilation of interviews with contemporary and legendary icons within the synth world.

Including interviews with Weyes Blood, Trent Reznor, Sylvan Esso, Ryuichi Sakamoto of Yellow Magic Orchestra, Nikolai Fraiture of The Strokes, Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein (cover photo), John Carpenter, Jean-Michel Jarre, Jackie Cohen & Jonathan Rado, Izzy Glaudini of Automatic, Hudson Mohawke, Hiroshi Sato interviewed by P-THugg, Fatboy Slim, Ela Minus, Chrome Sparks, Carl Craig, Black Marble, Alan Palomo, A-Trak, and specials from Alison Tavel with the Resyntaor Synth, and Lance Hill with Vintage Synthesizer Museum.

150 pgs, 24 × 17 cm, Softcover, 2022.
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Tetragon: We Jazz Magazine Issue #3
Cat: 864681 Rel: 06 May 22
 
174 x 250mm magazine printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers
Notes: This is the third issue of the new We Jazz Magazine, 128 pages 174 x 250 mm in size and printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers. All articles presented IN ENGLISH. Stories include Joe Henderson by Daniel Spicer, International Anthem by Tina Edwards, Tokyo Jazz Joints by Philip Arneill, Ben Lamar Gay by Stewart Smith, Smooth Jazz by Francis Gooding, ESP-Disk by Matti Nives, Scottish Folk & Jazz by Gareth Allen, The Lisbon Scene by Rui Miguel Abreu, plus many more.
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Transfigured New York: Interviews with Experimental Artists and Musicians, 1980-1990
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Ugly Things Magazine Issue #61
Cat: 925242 Rel: 06 Feb 23
 
This cover story focuses on NYC garage-pop wizards the Magicians ('An Invitation to Cry') and the fascinating twilight world of Greenwich Village in the mid-sixties.
Notes: This cover story focuses on NYC garage-pop wizards the Magicians ('An Invitation to Cry') and the fascinating twilight world of Greenwich Village in the mid-sixties.

Also: The remarkable story of Jefferson Airplane's first bass player Bob Harvey is revealed for the first time, along with the saga of '60s garage heroes the Chancellors (famous for the Back From the Grave fave 'On Tour'). Mark Cunningham of '70s New York no wave renegades Mars is interviewed, David Holzer explores Lou Reed's obsession with the white light mysticism of Alice Bailey, and the mystery of Phantom's Divine Comedy is unravelled (rumored at the time to be the recently deceased Jim Morrison in disguise).

Plus, Part 2 of the story of Detroit proto-punkers the Dogs, and much more, including our popular review sections, covering all the latest vinyl and CD reissues, and rock 'n' roll-related books.
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Ugly Things Magazine Issue #62
Cat: 939653 Rel: 14 Apr 23
 
On the cover are the Petards, one of Germany's most creative and idiosyncratic bands of the late '60s and early '70s
Notes: On the cover are the Petards, one of Germany's most creative and idiosyncratic bands of the late '60s and early '70s. Also, sunshine pop icon Sandy Salisbury, who talks about his '60s musical adventures with Curt Boettcher in the Ballroom and the Millennium. Mark Taylor talks about his adventures with seminal Australian punk rock 'n' roll animals the Psychosurgeons and the Lipstick Killers, and we reveal for the first time anywhere the remarkable saga of Charging Rhinoceros of Soul, Grande Ballroom regulars and soul brothers and sisters of the MC5 and the Stooges (Charging Rhino sax man Steve MacKay played on Funhouse). Also in this issue: Swedish '65 teenbeat pinups the Flippers, UK '70s DIY/punk renegade Auntie Pus, the Fifth Estate, the Inferno, Stourbridge Lion, an interview with Luis Rego of '60s French beat group Les Problemes, and the post-Jefferson Airplane exploits of bass player Bob Harvey. All this and more, including our acclaimed review sections, covering all the latest vinyl and CD reissues, and rock 'n' roll-related books. (144 pages)
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Ugly Things Magazine Issue #63
Cat: 952313 Rel: 09 Aug 23
 
PJ Proby, 40 Anniversary Issue Punk, Garage, Pysch
Notes: 40 Years of Ugly Things

PJ Proby, William Penn & His Pals, Da Slyme, Lipsticks Killers Part 2 and more.
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Universal Beings: We Jazz Magazine Issue #7
Cat: 930421 Rel: 30 Mar 23
 
174 x 250mm magazine printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers
Notes: The seventh issue of We Jazz Magazine, "Universal Beings" for Makaya McCraven. 128 pages 174 x 240 mm in size and printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers. All articles presented IN ENGLISH.

Stories include Makaya McCraven by Ayana Contreras, Sonny Rollins by Ashley Kahn, Peter Evans by Andrey Henkin, Amina Claudine Myers by Seymour Wright, Adolphe Sax by Harry Eddy, Ronald Snijders by Mike Bindraban, introducing our new columnist Mats Gustafsson, Puristamo Helsinki pressing plant photo essay by Mathias Foster, reviews, plus more.

Country of printing: Finland
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Wax Poetics Journal 2023 Issue 6
Cat: 973797 Rel: 17 Oct 23
 
The issue features articles and insight from Notorious B.I.G., Super Cat, Blackalicious, Yo-Yo, Rap Zines, Grand Master Flowers, B+, Sue Kwon, Lady B, Schoolly D, MIKE, T. Eric Monroe and much more
Notes: *144 Pages, Full Colour, Heavyweight Print *

To celebrate 50 years of hip-hop, this issue will be dedicated to the genre with a stunning cover featuring the Notorious B.I.G.

The cover image image was taken by renowned photographer B+ who captures Biggie at unique time and the cover article is written by Michael A. Gonzales.

The issue features articles and insight from Notorious B.I.G., Super Cat, Blackalicious, Yo-Yo, Rap Zines, Grand Master Flowers, B+, Sue Kwon, Lady B, Schoolly D, MIKE, T. Eric Monroe and much more...
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Weird Walk Zine Issue Seven
Cat: 1004100 Rel: 22 Mar 24
 
Weird Walk Zine Issue Seven
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Wire Magazine August 2023 Issue #474 + The Wire Tapper 62 Unmixed CD
Cat: 957012 Rel: 11 Jul 23
 
Featuring Annea Lockwood, JM Garcia Garcia, Svitlana Nianio, Gerald Cleaver, Kramer and more
Notes: Inside this issue:

Annea Lockwood: Having explored the outer reaches of sound across a multi-decade career taking in burning pianos, animals and pulsars, the New Zealand composer turns her attention to love and loss. By Louise Gray

Once Upon A Time In Maida Vale: In 1970s London, Spanish exile Miguel JM Garcia Garcia established a space where anarcho punk and industrial music would flourish. By Nick Soulsby

Svitlana Nianio: The Ukrainian vocalist and keyboard player approaches folk song with an experimental ear. By Olena Pohonchenkova

Invisible Jukebox: Gerald Cleaver: Will the US drummer and electronic composer Adjust to The Wire's mystery record selection - or end up In The Wilderness? Tested by Collin Smith

Kramer: From Bongwater and Butthole Surfers to Palace, Low and now Laraaji - the US producer, musician and Shimmy-Disc proprietor continues to produce prosthetic memories. By Emily Pothast

Unlimited Editions: Guruguru Brain

Unofficial Channels: Radio Amnion

Coffin Prick: Moog and monotone from the Los Angeles synthesist. By Abi Bliss

Ellen Zweig: The New York based composer speaks out. By Robert Barry

Goat: Japanese rock gets polyrhythmic. By James Hadfield

Ziur: Digital to physical for the Berlin based producer. By Milos Hroch

Global Ear: Bucharest: DIY electronics vs minimal techno in the Romanian capital. By Steve Rickinson

The Inner Sleeve: Abdullah Miniawy on Fela Kuti's Fear Not For Man

Epiphanies: Sunik Kim and the human nature of Conlon Nancarrow

The Wire Tapper 62: A track-by-track guide to this issue's free CD

Print Run: Twist: An American Girl by Adele Bertei, Living Metal: Scenes Around The World edited by Bryan Bardine & Jerome Stueart, Decolonial Metal Music In Latin America by Nelson Varas-Diaz, Composing While Black: Afrodiasporic New Music Today edited by Harald Kisiedu & George E Lewis, John Wetton: An Extraordinary Life edited by Nick Shilton, The Great Psychic Outdoors: Lo-Fi Music And Escaping Capitalism by Enrico Monacelli, Uncurating Sound: Knowledge With Voice And Hands by Salome Voegelin, Singularity Codex: Matthew Shipp On RogueArt by Clifford Allen, Cosmic Scholar: The Life And Times Of Harry Smith by John Szwed

On Screen: David Cronenberg Naked Lunch; Emil Spoelder The Dream Syndicate: How Did We Find Ourselves Here?

On Location: ZEZ, Zagreb, Croatia; The Silent Eye, London, UK; Why The Mountains Are Black, Konitsa, Greece; 24-Hour Drone, New York, US; Model/Actriz, London, UK; Hawkwind + Voivod, London, UK; Blue Now, London, UK; Impressions Of John Coltrane: Nat Birchall Quintet + David Angol Quartet + Ed Jones/Dominic Lash/Mark Wastell + Alan Skidmore, London, UK; Thing In The Spring 15, Keene, US; Suzanne Ciani + Li Yilei, London, UK; Sonar, Barcelona, Spain; Sophie Agnel, London, UK

On Site: XXL Dreams, The Hague, The Netherlands; Museum Of Portable Sound, Portsmouth, UK/Online

Souncheck: Eve Aboulkheir/Lasse Marhaug, Emil Amos, Steve Beresford & Angharad Davies, Lea Bertucci & Lawrence English, Adam Bohman/Martin Hackett/Sue Lynch, Dominic Coles, Mike Cooper, John Dikeman/Pat Thomas/ John Edwards/Steve Noble, Aaron Dilloway, Aaron Dilloway & AMURTARITI, Kevin Drumm, Baxter Dury, The End, Fabio Frizzi, JB Glazer, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Mats Gustafsson & Andreas Roysum, Hackedepicciotto, I Paesani featuring Gunter 'Baby' Sommer, Illegal Crowns, Kassel Jaeger, Killer Mike, Sunik Kim, Kœnig, Ana Kravanja & Elisabeth Harnik, Ana Kravanja & Vitja Balsalorsky, Laraaji & Kramer, Damon Locks & Rob Mazurek, The Nonidentical, Oxbow, Lucie Pachova, Sally Potter, Michael Allen Z Prime, Qow, Jer Reid & Tony Bevan, Dean Rodney Jr & The Cowboys, Renata Roman/Paola Ribiero/Laura.aLL, Kristen Roos, Rrose, Sexmob, Ben Scher, JG Thirlwell/Mivos Quartet, Pat Thomas, Pat Thomas & Caroline Kraabel, Pat Thomas/Chris Sharkey/Luke Reddin-Williams, David Toop & Lawrence English, Dafne Vicente-Sandoval/Lars Petter Hagen, Ute Wassermann, Weird Beard, Semay Wu, Ziur, ZULI, Various Disruptive Frequencies

The Boomerang: Air Miami, Dorothy Ashby, Autechre & Hafler Trio, The Black Dog, Black Dog Productions, John Coltrane with Eric Dolphy, Gate, High Rise, Harold Land, The Plastic People Of The Universe, Sandwell District, Saphron, Vivian Stanshall, Frank Zappa, Various Bullshit Detector Vols 1-3
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Wire Magazine December 2023 & January 2024 Issue #479/480
Cat: 986653 Rel: 08 Dec 23
 
Featuring Releases Of The Year, Critics' Reflctions, Columnists' Charts, Archive Releases Of The Year, AI for the masses, Artists and Gaza, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Laetitia Sadier, Fred Frith and more
Notes: Inside this brand new issue:

Releases of the Year: Wire asked their contributors to vote for their top ten records, CDs, streams and more, then added up the votes

Critics' Reflections: Wire's writers discuss their memorable cultural experiences of the year

Columnists' Charts: Wire's specialist critics delve deep into their musical niches from noise to modern composition

Archive Releases of the Year: Wire asked their contributors to vote for their top ten archive records, CDs, streams and more, then added up the votes.

Engineered Phantoms: AI for the masses. By Abi Bliss

Back to the Land: Strange as folk. By Louis Pattison

Rival Camps: Crossing the streams. By Britt Brown

Weapons of Mass Distraction: Artists and Gaza. By GAIKA

Invisible Jukebox: Linton Kwesi Johnson: The veteran reggae poet faces down The Wire's mystery record selection. Tested by Gabriel Bristow

Laetitia Sadier: The Stereolab founder promotes community and healing with her new solo work. By Claire Biddles

Fred Frith: The Henry Cow co-founder returns to his groundbreaking 1974 album Guitar Solos with a reissue and a new album. By Clive Bell

Unlimited Editions: Bead Records

Unofficial Channels: Lanner Chronicle

Phil Geraldi: Road head music. By Emily Bick

HUUUM: Viennese whirl. By Ilia Rogatchevski

Lisa Ullen: Piano magic. By Peter Margasak

Thomas Ignatius: Medieval synthpop. By Leah Kardos

Global Ear: Chicago Democracy and improv in the Midwest. By Levi Dayan

The Inner Sleeve: Vince Clarke on The Human League's Travelogue

Epiphanies: Mariam Rezaei on Persian pitch-shifting

Print Run: Dancehall: The Rise Of Jamaican Dance Culture by Beth Lesser; Lost In Room: Mark Perry, Alternative TV And Related, 1977-1981 by Richard Johnson; Deep Blues 1960-1988 by Val Wilmer; Ukrainian Field Notes edited by Gianmarco Del Re; At The Vanguard Of Vinyl by Darren Mueller; Too Much Too Young: Rude Boys, Racism And The Soundtrack Of A Generation - The 2 Tone Records Story by Daniel Rachel; NOTHING IS POSSIBLE NERVOUSNESS, OR IMMORALITY DON'T WAIT TO BE HUNTED TO HIDE/ SPOILT HEALTH by TRS: The Fucking Terrible Receding Shapes, Trading As TRIPLE NEGATIVE

On Screen: Midori Takada: Japan On Film; Robert Fantinatto Subotnick Portrait Of An Electronic Music Pioneer

On Location: Recombinant Festival, San Francisco, US; Sir Richard Bishop, Edinburgh, UK; Week-End Fest, Cologne, Germany; Black Industrial | Noise Event 4: Ain Bailey, London, UK; Out.Fest, Barreiro, Portugal; Gonerfest 20, Memphis, US; Sonica Surge, Glasgow, UK; People Like Us, London, UK; Loraine James, San Francisco, US; Usurper: That's That Then, Edinburgh, UK; Easter Margins Road 2 Redline Tour with OverMyBody Taipei, Taiwan; Donaueschinger Musiktage 2023, Donaueschingen, Germany

On Site: Val Wilmer Blue Moments, Black Sounds, London, UK; Meredith Monk: Calling, Munich, Germany; Barbara Ess Archives, New York, US

Soundcheck: Aesop Rock, Agitation Free, All Men Unto Me, Alternative TV, Chino Amobi, Andre 3000, Erlend Apneseth Trio & Maja SK Ratkje, Anenon, Daniel Bachman, BEAM SPLITTER + Eivind Lonning & Espen Reinertsen, Beans, Lea Bertucci, Better Corners, Galya Bisengalieva, Black To Comm, Andy Blade & Buddies, Danny Brown, Conflux Coldwell, Amelia Cuni/Werner Durand/Uli Hohmann, CZN, Angharad Davies & Phil Julian, Eartheater, Max Eastley/Terry Day/John Butcher, Carlos Ferreira, Peter Gabriel, Gruzja, Holy Tongue, Robert Hood & Femi Kuti, Idea Fire Company, Ed Jones/Dominic Lash/Mark Wastell, KAVARI, Kid Acne, Klein, Anysia Kym & Jadasea, Dominic Lash/Rachel Musson/Phil Durrant/Steve Noble, Joelle Leandre & Rodolphe Loubatiere, George Lewis/ICE, DJ Manny, Trevor Mathison, Myra Melford's Fire & Water Quintet, MHYSA, Moin, Maggie Nicols/Matilda Rolfsson/Mark Wastell, Steve Noble, Aki Onda, Ordeal, Aruan Ortiz, Tony Oxley, Eddie Prevost/NO Moore/James O'Sullivan/Ross Lambert, Janneke van der Putten, Lucy Railton, Maja SK Ratkje & Nordic Affect, Mike Reed, Marc Richter, Raphael Rogi?ski, Patrick Shiroishi, Timelash, David Toop & Tania Caroline Chen, Universal Harmonies & Frequencies, V/Z, Alex Ward Items 6 & 7, Teresa Winter, Various C-01 Compilation, Various Flux Gourmet: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

The Boomerang:

Barry Bermange/Delia Derbyshire/The BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Earth, Khanate, Meat Puppets, Meshuggah, Het Pandorra Ensemble, Penny Rimbaud/Mikado Koko, Rudimentary Peni, Archie Shepp, Masayuki Takayanagi New Direction Unit, War, Frank Zappa, Various The Complete Obscure Records Collection, Various One Mile From Heaven, Various Spectra Ex Machina: A Sound Anthology Of Occult Phenomena 1920-2017 Vol 2
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Wire Magazine June 2023 Issue #472
Cat: 941557 Rel: 15 May 23
 
Featuring The Fall, NO Hom, Natalia Beylis, Nondi_, Kristen Roos, Andy Akiho, Scatter Archive, Lewis Taylor, Sparks, Adele Berteim Big Ears & more
Notes: Inside this brand new issue:

Totally Wire-d: A 20 page special unpicking everything you wanted to know about Mark E Smith and The Fall by the totally Wire-d writers' squad: Claire Biddles, Graham Duff, Esi Eshun, Louise Gray, Michael Fenton, Jo Hutton, Leah Kardos, Stewart Lee, Craig Leon, Eugene S Robinson, Bruce Russell, Dave Segal, Richard Thomas, Spenser Tomson, Brian Turner and Kek-W

House Of All: Tessa Norton talks to the new band formed by ex-Fall members about life after Mark E Smith

Invisible Jukebox: No Home: Will The Wire's mystery record
selection raise Fucking Hell for the London DIY artist? Tested by Meg Woof

Nondi_: Pennsylvanian footworker reports from Flood City. By Neil Kulkarni

Kristen Roos: Vancouver synthesist embraces limitations. By Robert Barry

Natalia Beylis: Kyiv born sound artist makes water magic. By Brian Coney

Andy Akiho: Sculpted sounds from the US composer. By Kurt Gottschalk

Unlimited Editions: Edition Telemark. By Peter Margasak
Unofficial Channels: The Deep Ark. By Michaelangelo Matos

Global Ear: Oakland: Anti-gentrification in the East Bay. By Collin Smith

The Inner Sleeve: DJ Scotch Egg on Faust's You Know Faust

Epiphanies: Adele Bertei heeds the siren call of Patti Smith

Print Run: ESG's Come Away With ESG by Cheri Percy; Alien Territory: Radical, Experimental & Irrelevant Music In 1970s San Diego by Bill Perrine; Come My Fanatics: A Journey Into The World Of Electric Wizard by Dan Franklin; Season Of The Witch: The Book Of Goth by Cathi Unsworth; Neil Ardley: Kaleidoscopes And Rainbows by Vivian Ardley with John Coles & Dave Gelly; Empire Roller Disco: Photographs By Patrick D Pagnano by Sara Rosen & Patrick D Pagnano; The Future Of Rock And Roll: 97X WOXY And The Fight For True Independence by Robin James; Ain't But A Few Of Us: Black Music Writers Tell Their Story by Willard Jenkins (Editor)

On Screen: Jordan Albertsen Boom: A Film About The Sonics; Christina Batte WNYU: The World's Best Radio Station In The World

On Location: Bergamo Jazz Festival, Bergamo, Italy; aya x MFO, London, UK; Borealis, Bergen, Norway; Big Ears, Knoxville, US; Birds Of Paradise, Utrecht, Netherlands; Counterflows, Glasgow, UK; Claire Rousay, London, UK; The Philadelphia Orchestra, New York, US; Moin, London, UK; Fred Moten/Brandon Lopes/Gerald Cleaver, London, UK; Sixth Edition: Festival For Other Music, Stockholm, Sweden; Tremor, Sao Miguel, Portugal; Object Collection: HOUSECONCERT + Neil Luck & Mimi Doulton, London, UK; Sonic Protest, Paris, France; Rewire, The Hague, Netherlands

On Site: Season

Soundcheck: Nancy Andrews & Linda Smith, Martyna Basta, Andrea Belfi, DJ Brittle, Gerald Cleaver, Cold Comfort, Paul B Cutler, Mark Dresser, Paul Dunmall Ensemble, Fire! Orchestra, Fourth World Magazine III, Godflesh, Goodiepal & Bananskolen, Gunnar Gunnsteinsson, Heleen Van Haegenborgh, Alexander Hawkins Trio, IzangoMa, Rickie Lee Jones, Zubin Kanga, Marie Kruttli, Lucy Liyou, Dave Lombardo, Mandy, Indiana, Donny McCaslin, Metallica, Me:You, Modern Cosmology, MV & EE, Old Saw, Joaquin Orellana, Aruan Ortiz Trio, Massimo Pupillo/Malcolm McDowell/Gabriele Tinti, Taiko Saito, Marta Salogni & Tom Relleen, Brandon Seabrook, Skull Practitioners, Wadada Leo Smith & Orange Wave Electric, Sparks, Specime, Temps, Henry Threadgill Ensemble, Alan Wilkinson/Alex Ward/Jem Doulton, Venamoris, VHS Head, Jozef Van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch, Wobbly, billy woods & Kenny Segal, MC Yallah, Yetsuby, Various Music Perspective Vol 1

The Boomerang: Enhet For Fri Musik, Milford Graves with Arthur Doyle & Hugh Glover, Anna Homler & Richard Sanderson, Juju, Roland Kayn, Angus MacLise, Toshimaru Nakamura, Julien Ottavi, Joel Stern, Suicide, Lewis Taylor, Uboa, Alan Vega, Various Suburban Annihilation: The California Hardcore Explosion From The City To The Beach 1978-1983
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Wire Magazine March 2024 Issue #481
Cat: 994179 Rel: 08 Feb 24
 
Featuring The Haxan Cloak, DJ Znobia, Linda Smith, Ariel Kalma, Kahil El'Zabar and more
Notes: Inside this brand new issue:

The Haxan Cloak: From his bedroom in Wakefield to the City of Angels, the UK born producer, composer and musician talks darkness, light and scoring the unspeakable. By Joseph Stannard

DJ Znobia: The Angolan kuduro innovator relates the invention and evolution of the influential dance style. By April Clare Welsh

Linda Smith: The return of the Baltimore songwriter who amassed a wealth of lo-fi pop in the 1980s and 90s. By Claire Biddles

Ariel Kalma: The electronic music veteran maintains his cosmic trajectory well into his seventies. By Daniel Spicer

Invisible Jukebox Kahil El'Zabar: Will the US bandleader know What It Is! when faced with The Wire's mystery record selection? Tested by Howard Mandel

Unlimited Editions: Thanatosis Produktion

Unofficial Channels: The Blindboy Podcast

The Inner Sleeve: Teresa Winter on Saint Etienne's Foxbase Alpha

Global Ear: Santiago Underground resistance in the Chilean capital. By Juan San Cristobal Lizama

Billy Bultheel: Queer cyberaesthetics from the Belgian composer. By Edward Henderson

Lumpeks: Franco-Polish folk jazz fun. By Gabriel Bristow

Yasuhiro Morinaga: Concrete traditionalism from the Japanese sound recordist. By Clive Bell

John Pope: Geordie improv bassist gets communal. By Abi Bliss

Epiphanies: Edward Ka-Spel makes hay with Faust

Print Run: Eric Dolphy by Guillaume Belhomme; Where We Come From: Rap, Home And Hope In Modern Britain by Aniefiok Ekpoudom; Transfigured New York: Interviews With Experimental Artists And Musicians, 1980-1990 by Brooke Wentz; Tokyo Jazz Joints by Philip Arneill with James Catchpole; Hans Reichel: Daxophonie edited by Klaus Untiet & Peter Klassen; Love, Sex & War: Terry Day Lyrics by Terry Day & Blanca Regina (Editor); Split Friction by Birgit Ulher; Trad, Gras Och Stenar: A Collective History by Hakan Agnsater, Mats Eriksson Duner, Jakob Sjoholm & Jonas Stal

On Screen: Daniel Weintraub Deep Listening: The Story Of Pauline Oliveros

On Location: Jazz Rumours, London, UK; Construction Festival, Dnipro, Ukraine; En Masse, Bristol, UK; Mariam Rezaei + Angharad Davies + Atzi Muramatsu + Semay Wu, London, UK; MAVI + Armand Hammer + Fly Anakin, Manchester, UK; Tashi Dorji & Alex Zhang Hungtai, New York, US; Le Guess Who?, Utrecht, Netherlands; Jazzfest Berlin, Berlin, Germany; Other Minds, San Francisco, US; Haunted Dancehall, Dublin, Ireland; Ska?u Mess, Riga, Latvia

On Site: Lutz Bacher AYE!, London, UK; Reynols 30th Anniversary Exhibition, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK; Don Van Vliet, Standing On One Hand, London, UK

Soundcheck: Al Karpenter, Al Karpenter & CIA Debutante, Among The Rocks And Roots, Marc Baron & Mark Vernon, The Body & Dis Fig, Joseph Branciforte & Theo Bleckmann, Allison Burik, N Chambers, George Crumb, Dez Dare, Darkspace, Divine Horsemen, Samuel Goff/Camila Nebbia/Patrick Shiroishi, Kim Gordon, Madison Greenstone, Keiji Haino/Jim O'Rourke/ Oren Ambarchi, Mary Halvorson, Hieroglyphic Being, Mark Van Hoen, The Dave Howard Singularity, Anja Huwe, Mayssa Jallad, Jlin, Locust, Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, Kali Malone, Moor Mother, Dorothy Moskowitz, Naum Gabo, Ov Pain, Gruff Rhys, Laetitia Sadier, Sombat Simla, The Smile, John Surman, Valerio Tricoli, Univers Zero, Mark Vernon, Xmal Deutschland, Various Our Trip Is Short Vol 7

The Boomerang: Fred Anderson Quartet, Electric Sun, Emeralds, Bill Fay Group, Dredd Foole & The Din, FUSE, Bob Marley & The Wailers, Mark McGuire, Microstoria, Sam Morrison, Plastikman, Speedy J, Nisse Sandstr?m Group, Pauline Anna Strom, Techno Animal, Various Fantastic Voyage: New Sounds For The European Canon 1977-1981
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Wire Magazine May 2023 Issue #471
Cat: 933514 Rel: 17 Apr 23
 
Featuring Dave Lombardo, Paul Dunmall, Laura Ortman, Alison Cotton, Jason Moran, Quartz-Mirliton, Women From Space, Pauline Oliveros, Henry Threadgill, Regis, Verity Susman and more
Notes: Inside our brand new issue:

Dave Lombardo: The former Slayer drummer and frequent collaborator unveils his solo drumming debut. By Phil Freeman

Invisible Jukebox: Laura Ortman:The White Mountain Apache violinist passes The Wire's mystery record test. Tested by Laina Dawes

Once Upon A Time In San Diego: At the dawn of the 1990s, an underdog punk scene stirred in southern California. By Tony Rettman

Paul Dunmall: Former hippy and ardent woodworker Paul Dunmall is the wildcard of UK free music. By Clive Bell

Luciano Maggiore: Everyday life provides inspiration for the Italian performance artist. By Edward Henderson

Unlimited Editions: WV Sorcerer Productions

Unofficial Channels: Doom & Gloom From The Tomb

Dwight Trible: US jazz vocalist aims low. By Brian Morton

Alison Cotton: Folk for freedom. By Abi Bliss

PoiL Ueda: Chants are a fine thing for the French-Japanese prog ensemble. By JR Moores

Global Ear: Ho Chi Minh City: Wild weekends in Vietnam's largest city. By Mike Steyels

The Inner Sleeve: Karl O'Connor aka Regis on The Wolfgang Press's Bird Wood Cage

Epiphanies: Verity Susman finds childhood solidarity with Woodcraft Folk's anti- apartheid protest songs

Print Run: Spectral Sounds: Unquiet Tales Of Acoustic Weird edited by Manon Burz-Labrande; Dance Your Way Home: A Journey Through The Dancefloor by Emma Warren; I Thought I Heard You Speak: Women At Factory Records by Audrey Golden; Easily Slip Into Another World: A Life In Music by Henry Threadgill & Brent Hayes Edwards; Ivor Cutler: A Life Outside The Sitting Room by Bruce Lindsay; The Listening Biennial Reader edited by Brandon LaBelle; The Art Of The Straight Line: My Tai Chi by Lou Reed; Linger On: The Velvet Underground by Ignacio Julia; Sonic Meditations by Pauline Oliveros; Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks - And What It Can Teach Us by Kim Haines-Eitzen; Listen: Jeph Jerman In Conversation With Aram Yardumian by Aram Yardumian, Steve Jansen & Jeph Jerman

On Screen: Takashi Makino The New Cosmos: Short Film Works

On Location: Eva-Maria Houben, London, UK; No Home + R.AGGS, London, UK; A Tribute To Derek Bailey, New York, US; Women From Space, Toronto, Canada Cyber Palace 3: New Order, Taipei, Taiwan; Dither Plays Laurie Spiegel's The Expanding Universe, New York, US; URLAND, Rotterdam, Netherlands; Wet Ink Ensemble Presents: Winter Chamber Concert, New York, US; Frequency Festival, Chicago, US; MaerzMusik, Berlin, Germany; John Bence + Tara Clerkin + Don Mandarin/Rastu And Om Shanti, Bristol, UK; Swordman Kitala + Soft-Bodied Humans, Brighton, UK

On Site: Eccentric 80s: Tabea Blumenschein, Hilka Nordhausen, Rabe perplexum And Contemporary Accomplices, Berlin, Germany; Massimo Bartolini, Prato, Italy; Not Necessarily In The Right Order, London, UK

Soundcheck: Adjunct Ensemble, Aksak Maboul, Ale Hop & Laura Robles, CEL, Buck Curran, Dez Dare, amby downs & Steve Gunn, Fire-Toolz, Josephine Foster, Steve Gunn & David Moore, Mats Gustafsson & Joachim Nordwall, JPEGMAFIA & Danny Brown, Kaze & Ikue Mori, Brandon Lopez Trio, Annelies Monsere, Jason Moran, Drew Mulholland, Mat Muntz, Pascal Niggenkemper, Nondi_, Nosaj from New Kingdom & Steel Tipped Dove, Alva Noto, The Orb, Oval, Ozmotic | Fennesz, Alex Paxton, Proc Fiskal, The Purge Of Tomorrow, Fatima Al Qadiri, Lana Del Rabies, Nein Rodere, Saint Abdullah & Jason Nazary, Santa Muerte, Scotch Rolex & Shackleton, Colin Andrew Sheffield, Spirit Of Hamlet, The Storm Bugs, Sunburned Hand Of The Man, galen tipton, Penelope Trappes, Xylouris White, Various Solstice: A Tribute To Steffen Basho-Junghans

The Boomerang: Black Eyes, Adam Bohman, Joanna Brouk, Tony Conrad/Arnold Dreyblatt/Jim O'Rourke, Roxy Gordon, The Holy Modal Rounders, Jackie-O Motherfucker, Greg 'Stackhouse' Prevost, Pharoah Sanders Quartet, Robert Schroeder, Louis Stewart, The Stan Tracey Quartet, Various Quartz/Mirliton Cassettes: 1971-1979 Vols 1 & 2
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Wire Magazine November 2023 Issue #477 + The Wire Tapper 63 Unmixed CD
Cat: 974294 Rel: 06 Oct 23
 
Featuring Irreversible Entanglements. Vanishing Twin, Matana Roberts, Carol Robinson, Tom Mudd, Hearsay and more
Notes: Inside this brand new issue:

Irreversible Entanglements: With a new album in the can, the US quintet discuss freedom, community and dismantling the mechanisms of oppression. By Phil Freeman

The Primer: Jazz & Poetry: A user's guide to the ongoing conversation between mighty music and vibrant verse. By David Grundy

Vanishing Twin: The London based art pop trio take a playful approach to retrofuturist psychedelia. By Claire Biddles

Invisible Jukebox: Matana Roberts: The Chicago born musician and multidisciplinary artist faces The Wire's mystery record selection. Tested by Teju Adeleye.

Unlimited Editions: Gin&Platonic

Unofficial Channels: Chocolate Monk Top Tens

Carol Robinson: Clarinet results from the Paris based musician. By Louise Gray

Tom Mudd: Getting algorithmic with the Edinburgh experimentalist. By Stewart Smith

Hearsay: Chicago improvising trio turn the tables. By Bill Meyer

Marina Herlop: Exploring otherworlds with the Catalan composer. By Milos Hroch

Global Ear: Oaxaca A mountain town's brass ensembles celebrate Mexico's Indigenous Mixe culture. By Juan San Cristobal Lizama

The Inner Sleeve: Val Wilmer on Henry Grimes's The Call

Epiphanies: Raphael Rogi?ski on Neopolitan soul

Print Run: A Book Of Noises: Notes On The Auraculous by Caspar Henderson, Key Changes: The Ten Times Technology Transformed The Music Industry by Howie Singer & Billy Rosenblatt, Neumusik: The Complete Edition by David Elliott, Happy Trails by Andrew Lauder, This Must Be The Place: How Music Can Make Your City Better by Shain Shapiro, Voices Of Nature: How And Why Animals Communicate by Nicolas Mathevon, Dissonant Waves: Ernst Schoen And Experimental Sound In The Twentieth Century by Sam Dolbear & Esther Leslie

On Screen: CB Stockfleth The Elephant 6 Recording Co

On Site: Free To Improvise: The Derek Bailey Story

On Location: Time Trout + Shark Calmer, Brighton, UK; Intersection Festival, Toronto, Canada; LightSounds, London, UK; Supersonic Festival, Birmingham, UK; Mutek, Montreal, Canada; Mamoru Fujieda, Melbourne, Australia; Odysseus Festival, Helsinki, Finland; Punkt Festival, Kristiansand, Norway; Blacktronika: Brooklyn, New York, US; Tomorrow Comes The Harvest, London, UK; Ostrava Music Days, Ostrava, Czech Republic

Soundcheck: Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids, Actress, Anagram String Trio, Animal Collective, The Astronauts, Pierre Bastien & Michel Banabila, BlankFor.ms/Jason Moran/Marcus Gilmore, Blut Aus Nord, Bolt Ruin, Vilhelm Bromander, Call Super, Datashock, Ryan Davis & The Roadhouse Band, Dead Neanderthals, AC Diamond, Aaron Diehl & The Knights, Gong, Forbes Graham, The Hatch Expansion, KMRU, KMRU & Abul Mogard, Kofi Flexxx, Piotr Kurek, Lao Dan, Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, Mahti, Matmos, Joe McPhee/Mette Rasmussen/Dennis Tyfus, Nicole Mitchell & Alexander Hawkins, MXLX, Mary Ocher, The Pitch & Jules Reidy, Raining Spiderlings, Jules Reidy, Mariam Rezaei, Paul Rooney, Rozenhall, Saint Abdullah & Eomac, Saint Abdullah & Jason Nazary, Sextile, Shela, Starving Weirdos, Marnie Stern, String Noise Sounds, Taipan Tiger Girls, Umlaut Chamber Orchestra, Virta, WaqWaq Kingdom, Larry Wish, Richard Youngs

The Boomerang: Brian Auger's Oblivion Express, The Chills, Bruce Haack, Keith Jarrett, My Cat Is An Alien, Optiki Mousiki, The Runaways, The Shadow Ring, Tricky, Seymour Wright
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Wire Magazine September 2023 Issue #475
Cat: 962298 Rel: 10 Aug 23
 
Featuring Don & Moki Cherry, The Pitch, GAIKA, Pakabi Records, Ethio-Pain, ho Ssan, Powerplant, Janneke van der Putten and more
Notes: Inside the brand new issue:

Don & Moki Cherry: An 18 page special surveying the globe-trotting creative achievements of Don Cherry's organic music family by The Wire's crack writing team: Frances Morgan, David Grundy, Howard Mandel, Neil Kulkarni, Francis Gooding, Magnus Nygren, Gabriel Bristow, Bill Meyer, Marcus J Moore, Pierre Crepon, Matt Krefting, Phil Freeman, Emily Pothast, Clifford Allen, Clive Bell and Jo Hutton.

The Pitch: The Berlin improvising collective connect the sonic with the social. By Peter Margasak

Invisible Jukebox: GAIKA: Will The Wire's mystery record selection reduce the London polymath to "Eternal Tears"? Tested by Ciaran Thapar;

Feng Jiangzhou: Experimental rock gets down and dirty in the hands of the Beijing noise veteran. By Anla Li.
Unlimited Editions: Pakapi Records
Unofficial Channels: Ethio-Pain
Aho Ssan: Networking with the Paris based producer. By Antonio Poscic

Powerplant: UK-Ukraine synth punks touch grass. By Spenser Tomson

Janneke van der Putten: Strange overtones from the Dutch vocalist. By Abi Bliss

Global Ear: Sao Paulo: Tape against tradition in the Brazilian metropolis. By Romulo Moraes
The Inner Sleeve:Suzanne Ciani on Glenn Gould/Johann Sebastian Bach's The Goldberg Variations
Epiphanies: John Butcher goes deeper underground

Print Run: Queer Blues: The Hidden Figures Of Early Blues Music by Darryl W Bullock; Stampfel On Weber And The Complete Boston Broadsides 1964-1967 by Peter Stampfel; Conrad Schnitzler: Manchmal Art Es In Musik Aus (Sometimes It Turns Into Music) edited by Gregor Jansen; Music Farther Outside: Experimental Music During Brexit And The Pandemic by Bill Shoemaker; Acid Detroit: A Psychedelic Story Of Motor City Music by Joe Molloy; Party Lines: Dance Music And The Making Of Modern Britain by Ed Gillett; Radio Art Zone edited by Sarah Washington

On Screen: Amanda Kim Nam June Paik: Moon Is The Oldest TV; Stewart Morgan Hajdukiewicz A Bright Nowhere: Journeying Into Improvisation

On Location: Doon Kanda, London, UK; Heroines Of Sound Festival, Berlin, Germany; Nkisi, London, UK; Disruptive Frequencies, London, UK; Edith Steyer, Berlin, Germany; DJ Sprinkles + Bezier, New York, US; Tomorrow Festival, Shenzhen, China; Ground Music Festival, Brusati, Italy; King Ayisoba + Ayuuna Sale + ZEA, Berlin, Germany; Experiments In Opera: Anthony Braxton Theater Improvisations, New York, US; Causa Efeito: O Novo Jazz Na Nova, Lisbon, Portugal

On Site: Brian Eno & Jir?i? Pr?i?hoda: Nave; Nwando Ebizie: Extreme Unction Vol 2
Soundcheck: DJ 0.000001, Abyss X, Jason Adasiewicz, Aphex Twin, Titi Bakorta, Baldruin, Natasha Barrett, Han Bennink & Terrie Ex, Big Freedia, Blevin Blectum, John Butcher, John Butcher/Dominic Lash/Emil Karlsen, John Butcher/Pat Thomas/ Dominic Lash/Steve Noble, Broken Chip, Kate Carr, The Chap, Ben Chasny & Rick Tomlinson, Coffin Prick, Coral Sea, Alan Courtis & David Grubbs, Darsombra, Angel Bat Dawid, Arnold Dreyblatt, Nick Dunston, DJ Finale, GAIKA, Gerard Grisey/Anders Tveit/NyNorsk Messingkvintett, Laurel Halo, Joshua Hill & Micaela Tobin, Iceboy Violet, Irreversible Entanglements, Mick Jenkins, DJ K, King Kashmere & Alecs DeLarge, Kong, Mary Jane Leach, Ruth Mascelli, Merzbow/Smegma, Million Square, Minaru, MonoLogue & Matt Atkins, MSSV, Normal Nada The Krakmaxter, Nakibembe Embaire Group, Pauline Oliveros, Pauline Oliveros/IONE/Christopher Willes/Public Recordings, Kassa Overall. Pelicanman, Ava Rasti, Seven)Suns, Six Organs Of Admittance, SLW cc Watt, Smegma/Merzbow, DJ Smiley Bobby, Soft-Bodied Humans, Stinking Lizaveta, Ken Vandermark & Hamid Drake, Winkhaus with Steve Beresford, DJ Znobia, Various ?, Various Gespensterland, Various The NID Tapes: Electronic Music From India 1969-1972, Various Red Hot & Ra: Nuclear War, Various Red Hot & Ra: Nuclear War Remixes, Various Smalltown Supersound Remix Anthology 2002-2022 Vol 1-4

The Boomerang: Da Slyme, Dawson, The Dream Syndicate, Mark Fell & Will Guthrie, Lee/Hampel/Waisvisz/Gosseye/Johansson, Max Roach, David Shea, Various Magnetizdat DDR: Magnetbanduntergrund Ost 1979-1990/East German Tape Underground 1979-1990, Various Playing For The Man At The Door: Field Recordings From The Collection Of Mack McCormick, 1958-1971, Various Richard Sen Presents Dream The Dream: UK Techno, House & Breakbeat 1990-1994, Various SSR Records: In Retrospect
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Zweikommasieben Magazin #23
Cat: 831179 Rel: 14 Jun 21
 
Softcover book magazine
Notes: The next electro exploration from the infamous DMX Krew comes in the form of 'Blue Bob', which scours the genre's less bangerific backwaters. The four tracks on this new EP her for Further Electronix centre on everything from the weezy, to the gaseous, to the strange. 'Ambient Fog' does what it says on the tin, working as one of Krew's most minimal cuts to date; its noir synth strings and piquey melodic motifs sound like the soundtrack to a space-age murder mystery, as we try to decipher who killed Zog with what; a laser-blaster? a lightsaber? a photon torpedo? 'Clean The Stylus' and are 'Blue Blob' further sci-fi pleasantries, with icy blue notes and propulsive FM basses gluing it all together.
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Zweikommasieben Magazin #28
Cat: 986140
 
Featuring Bela, Krista Papista, DJ Voices, Tianzhuo Chen,Meth Math, Rainy Miller, Honour, Ziúr, Natural Wonder Beauty Concept and more
Notes: Zweikommasieben Magazin #28

The sound of each individual's voice is thought to be entirely unique. Like a fingerprint, its composition is distinct, nuanced, and one-of-a-kind.

While all this is true, it's a concept that has been challenged in recent times by the refinement of AI powered systems which are able to emulate voices to a tee. And not only voices, for that matter, but whole styles and aesthetics: an AI-generated facsimile of Drake and The Weeknd's voices titled "Heart on My Sleeve" made the rounds this year and was even submitted for Grammy consideration. It's a legitimate song and a proposal that does not only keep legal departments busy, but also allows for myriad reflections on originality and, bluntly, the future of music. But as the future of music is a broad and daunting topic to speculate on, we want to hone in on what's been prefaced above: issue #28 of Zweikommasieben centres the voice as means of expression, and wants to expand on what is meant by that: it's not only what is heard, but also why a voice is used and by whom. This latest edition considers what it means to voice, and its physical, societal and political dimensions.

Zweikommasieben #28 includes:

-interviews with / portraits on Bela, Krista Papista, DJ Voices, Tianzhuo Chen,Meth Math, Rainy Miller, Honour, Ziur, and Natural Wonder Beauty Concept
- an essay on fan culture
- columns on stimming and the work ofDjamil Image
- a contribution by Claudia Pages with Nora Haddad and nara is neus

All content in English

Zweikommasieben is a magazine that has been devoted to the documentation of contemporary music and sound since the summer of 2011. The magazine features artist interviews, essays, and columns as well as photography, illustration, and graphics.

Quotes (previous editions):

Dekmantel - "So well worth getting your hands on a copy!"

Where To Now? - "Zweikommasieben is the best mag out."

abcdinamo - "A beautifully designed must read on electronic music."

Thomas Lennon - "Zweikommasieben is an automatic purchase every issue."
Tom Mouna - "(...) probably the best magazine for anyone interested in the key figures in contemporary electronic music."

Rubadub - "One of our fav mags for sure."

Sara Berts (Gang of Ducks) - "Every issue of the magazine is a typographic gem."

&mags - "A journey of discovery through contemporary music."

A s h (Do Hits, Taiwan Beats) - "Underground community's DIY spirit never fails."

Magculture - "From its 2011 beginnings, the magazine has had an inherent confidence. It's a magazine that takes good design and rigorous journalism just as seriously as the music. The interviews themselves are pacy and interesting, the antithesis of basic promotional content."

Rob Booth (Houndstooth) - "Another essential magazine..."

Rewind Forward -"Now in its 18th edition, [zweikommasieben] is a testament to this rather solid DIY venture from a group of friends [...]. Each zine packs a masterclass in design-each one has a different look and feel-whether it's a curious mix of page sizings, colour photos offset on newsprint, foil sleeves etc etc. They're always a pleasure to unfold..."
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