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Borshch Issue 2: On & Beyond The Dance Floor
Cat: 789586 Rel: 11 Sep 20
Featuring Gudrun Gut, Steffi, Perc, Rodhad, Loke Rahbek and more!
Notes: Borshch 2 discovers precious history lessons on the emergence of electronic music with Gudrun Gut, BBC Radiophonic Workshop, and Species of Fishes. The issue features ????’s newcomer Volruptus as well as techno titans Steffi, Perc, and Rødhåd. Loke Rahbek of Posh Isolation reveals the story of the punk and noise scene in Copenhagen. The organisers of Berlin Atonal and Varg as the festival’s a guest curator speak about the programming of Berlin’s significant experimental playground. An insider view sheds light on the gradual development of electronic music culture in Kyiv, with presidents and revolutions aside.
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Borshch Issue 4: Sound Mind
Cat: 789584 Rel: 11 Sep 20
Featuring Aisha Devi, Object Blue, Jass, Marie Davidson and more.
Notes: In the pursuit of a sound mind, Borshch 4 explores the power of music to reach the darkest corners of the psyche and drive out an unquiet spirit. Aisha Devi, Object Blue, and Jasss experience the healing capabilities of music and its potential to purge, transform, and enlighten. Marie Davidson confesses about obsessive and destructive behaviors and the role of music in her process. Prequel Tapes reveals a new musical identity after physical trauma. Bergsonist creates sonic weapons to soothe anxieties, while Iron Sight uses distorted sounds as armor for a sensitive nature.
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Borshch Issue 5: Dark Side
Cat: 789583 Rel: 11 Sep 20
Featuring Deena Abdelwahed, Lucrecia Dalt, Alessandro Adriani and more.
Notes: In sweaty basements and concrete cathedrals, we enter the darkness. We challenge our senses with obscure electronic music and unsettling environments to feel comfortable with our discomfort. Animistic Beliefs, Deena Abdelwahed, Rrose, Lucrecia Dalt, Klein, Alessandro Adriani, and Ziur commit to neither darkness nor light. In the democratic culture of shadows embodied in DIY studios and on stuffy dancefloors, these musicians experiment with our dark sides. In their process, sins, injustice, and disquiet are as human and real as pleasures and joy. Think of entering the dark as an act of coming home, to the cave where the primary source of life is hidden.

Borshch is a magazine for electronic music on and beyond the dancefloor.
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 1 in stock $16.16
Borshch Issue 6: Coming Home
Borshch Issue 6: Coming Home (magazine (comes in different covers, cannot guarantee which cover you will receive))
Cat: 789580 Rel: 11 Sep 20
Featuring Lanark Artefax, Lyra Pramuk, Hiro Kone, Bill Kouligas, Amnesia Scanner, Helena Hauff and more.
Notes: Lately, everything's been weird. The feeling of vulnerability, fragmentation of time, space and memory, lack of solid ground. It's time to listen, improvise, and feel again. For many musicians, it's also been time to return to where they started, come back home, and remember what mattered before they grew up. In our conversations, Lanark Artefax, Lyra Pramuk, Nazar, Hiro Kone, Bill Kouligas, Amnesia Scanner, Farwarmth, Helena Hauff, and Racine review pieces and bits of their memories, values, and intentions with creating music. When you return to where you started and remember the days when the world was big, and you were small, and nothing was impossible, you begin to play again. You free and protect your inner child. You are at home.

The 'coming home' issue is a tribute to many musicians' fragile state of mind in recent months. Conversations with lanark artefax, lyra pramuk, hiro kone, bill kouligas, amnesia scanner, and helena hauff took place in the middle of the lockdown. it felt like an inward slowdown helped each of them stay hopeful and dreamy when everything was coming to pieces, and old structures wouldn't work anymore.

Borshch is a magazine for electronic music on and beyond the dancefloor. founded in berlin in 2017 by mariana berezovska and tiago biscaia, it's a space to provoke open dialogues and challenge established ideas about making, listening, and dancing to music. through physical and digital formats, borshch discusses the artistic, social, and political impact of electronic music on contemporary culture in and outside the club settings. the print edition of the magazine is published biannually.

Please note: magazine cover varies and particular cover cannot not be specified for order.

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 4 in stock $16.16
Chips & Beer 10
Chips & Beer 10 (magazine)
Cat: 796454 Rel: 02 Nov 20
 1 in stock $10.94
Cicada Songs
Cicada Songs (zine + USB stick)
Cat: 762910 Rel: 27 Jan 20
zine + USB stick
Notes: Eight-track compilation in AIFF and 320 MP3 on a metal USB stick, with an accompanying A5 full-colour zine. Zine is also included as a pdf on the USB stick.

The zine features an interview from Discwoman's Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson, writing on off-Facebook event organizing from Adwoa Afful, a beautiful cover from collage artist Fenna Fiction, and a guide to recognizing opioid overdoses and administering Naloxone from Liz Singh and Sara Martin in Toronto. It also features a comic from Finnish artist @juicycomics and a poem from Wafa Ktaech.
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 3 in stock $15.62
Disco Pogo Magazine Issue #1
Cat: 878456 Rel: 27 May 22
Founders of seminal 90s title Jockey Slut launch new bi-annual electronic music magazine Disco Pogo
Notes: Founders of seminal 90s title Jockey Slut launch new bi-annual electronic music magazine Disco Pogo.

Following the success of 2020's A Jockey Slut Tribute to Andrew Weatherall book and a successful crowdfunding campaign raising L60k at the end of 2021, the original founders of seminal 90s electronic music magazine Jockey Slut are launching new publication Disco Pogo with the first issue out this month.

"We never had any intention of re-launching Jockey Slut and then events of recent years made us rethink. But the world has changed and so we decided that a new magazine with a new name was best", say Jockey Slut and Disco Pogo founders Paul Benney and John Burgess.

Disco Pogo is a 236-page, heavyweight, twice-yearly magazine featuring new names alongside the best electronic artists and stories from the past 30 years or so with contributions from some of the best music journalists and photographers working today.

The first issue features Gilles Peterson and SHERELLE on its covers, is out May 25th and will be available to buy in the UK, Europe and around the world from good independent record shops, specialist magazine shops, selected newsagents and direct from discopogo.co.
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Discreet Music Mag #2
Discreet Music Mag #2 (A5 magazine)
Cat: 855563 Rel: 26 Nov 21
A5 magazine featuring Greymouth, Jon Collin and more
Notes: Second issue of Discreet Music Mag, featuring interviews with Greymouth and Jon Collin and a long piece on IDDB 001-044. Full colour, written in English.

Discreet Music, 2021
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 2 in stock $8.86
Knowledge Magazine 25 Year Anniversary
Cat: 762973 Rel: 11 Mar 20
hard-back book
Notes: From 1994 - 2014 Knowledge magazine was the essential destination for the latest drum & bass news and features. Whether it was the latest output from Critical, interviews with Ram artists or the latest mix by Hospital Records, there's no denying the impact it had on the drum & bass scene.

Now Knowledge has returned with a special one-off book celebrating their 25th anniversary. There have been some special issues in the past but this is the biggest and best Knowledge ever.
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 1 in stock $34.38
Love Injection Fanzine 062
Cat: 849141 Rel: 16 Dec 21
Paperback 24-page magazine
Notes: 8 x 11" black and white printing with 4C color front and back covers, 24 pages. Edition of 3,000.

Participating contributors and artists include Alice Demoete, Barbie Bertisch, Cesar Toribio, Chris Cerny, Danny Akalepse, Kristin Malossi aka DJ Voices, Nathaniel Jay, Piotr Orlov, R.A. Lisner, Love On The Run. Designed by Paul Raffaele. Cover by Guarionex Rodriguez Jr.

This is a split cover issue, this product features Cesar Toribio photographed by Guarionex Rodriguez Jr. on the cover.

Issue 62 Features:
- Q&A with DJ Voices by Barbie Bertisch
- Q&A with Cesar Toribio by Piotr Orlov
- Q&A with Danny Akalepse by Love On The Run
- "After Dark" for Left Bank Books by R.A. Lisner
- Q&A with IRL Gallery by Barbie Bertisch
- Bandcamp Charts June 2021
- Love Notes From A Displaced New Yorker by Nathaniel Jay
- "Spaces & Places: Re-opening" by Love Injection Staff
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Love Injection Fanzine 61
Cat: 834636 Rel: 16 Dec 21
Paperback 28-page magazine
Notes: 8 x 11" black and white printing with Pantone CMS 877C accents on front and back covers, 28 pages. Edition of 3,000.


Participating contributors and artists include Aaron Clark, Ari Robey-Lawrence, Ash Lauryn, Barbie Bertich, Cesar Toribio, Cy X, Gavilan Rayna Russom, Heidi Sabertooth, Hue Hallums, Kristin Malossi, Mauro Baiocco, Nathaniel Jay, Paul Raffaele, Rich Medina, Ron Like Hell, Ryan Smith, Tad Hayes, Terrence Edgerson, The Carry Nation. Designed by Paul Raffaele. Photos by Guarionex Rodriguez Jr.


- 10 Years of Wrecked: Q&A with Ron Like Hell & Ryan Smith by Kristin Malossi
- Q&A with Rich Medina by Cesar Toribio
- Q&A with Synth Library NYC ft. Cy X & Heidi Sabertooth
- Bandcamp Charts June 2021
- Chosen Family: A Halloquium Conversation Part II ft. Ash Lauryn, Gavilan Rayna Russom, Ari Robey-Lawrence
- ACIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED! By Adam X excerpt from Under One Sky, Oct '92
- Love Notes From A Displaced New Yorker by Nathaniel Jay
- "Spaces & Places: Re-opening" by Love Injection Staff
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Maggot Brain Magazine #2
Cat: 769623 Rel: 13 Mar 20
Notes: COVER FEATURE is a three-parter on MOONDOG.
Phone interview with him from 1998, some amazing never-before-seen-images, and crucially this series of archival interviews from 1953.

The singer-songwriter / La Luz leader's hand-written/illustrated tour diary chronicles a European tour with her own newborn baby, and it's really unlike anything you've seen or read before.

On tour supporting 'Bug,' the immense DINOSAUR JR'S laconic wall of sound helped to start a riot at their show in a Florida university hall. Thankfully Kevin Arrow was there with slide film in his camera to capture the event. These images have never been seen before.
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Maggot Brain Magazine #6
Cat: 846608 Rel: 06 Oct 21
This issue contains pieces on: Bikini Kill, Boris, Endless Boogie, New Kingdom, The Clean, ELO, Archie Shepp, Echo and the Bunnymen, Primal Scream, The Guerilla Girls, Planetary Peace
Notes: Maggot Brain is a full-color, 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. This issue contains pieces on: Bikini Kill, Boris, Endless Boogie, New Kingdom, The Clean, ELO, Archie Shepp, Echo and the Bunnymen, Primal Scream, The Guerilla Girls, Planetary Peace.


Amazing unseen image of Bikini Kill live at CBGB in 1990, by Mike Galinsky, with accompanying lengthy photo essay exploring indie-rock in the early 1990s, including behind-the-scenes, unpublished black-and-white film images of Sonic Youth, Unwound, Mary Timony, Sleepyhead, Half Japanese, and more.
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 1 in stock $14.86
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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 7 in stock $13.81
Mixmag Magazine: Issue 246 November 2011 (incl. free Maya Jane Cole mix CD)
Cat: 445314 Rel: 13 Jan 12
feat Joris Voorn, Dancehall, DJ Mehdi Rip, Las Vegas, Jesse Rose, music album reviews & more
 1 in stock $3.94
Neural #65: Redirecting Networks
Cat: 789526 Rel: 07 Sep 20
Featuring interviews with Kyriaki Goni, Tiziana Terranova, Roel Roscam Abbing and Dennis De Bel, Tim Shaw & more!
Notes: Co-editor: Rachel O'Dwyer; interviews with Kyriaki Goni, Tiziana Terranova, Roel Roscam Abbing and Dennis De Bel, Tim Shaw, Surya Mattu; Dreaming otherwise: the past and future of community wireless networks; We Organise You Music, So You Don't Have To; reports: FAEN 2019, Mud Muses, Nam June Paik exhibition...

Neural is a printed magazine dealing with new media art, with a peculiar attention to the networked and conceptual use of technology in art (the so-called net.art), hacktivism, or activism using electronic media to express itself, and electronic music, investigating how the technology is involved in music production, consumption and experimentation.

Neural was founded in 1993 by Alessandro Ludovico and Minus Habens Records label owner Ivan Iusco in Bari (Italy). The magazine's mission is to be a magazine of ideas, becoming a node in a larger network of digital culture publishers. The magazine is also committed to give its topics a proper visual frame: focusing on graphic design and how it could have expressed the electronic culture in a sort of printed "interface", exploiting at the same time the "sensorial" possibilities of the printed page.
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 1 in stock $7.55
On The Potential Of Limited Order by Marc Schwegler
Cat: 779172 Rel: 03 Aug 20
On the Potential of Limited Order is the English translation of an essay written by former zweikommasieben editor Marc Schwegler
Notes: The original German text, written as a companion piece to Andrea Taeggi's album Nomeri-Tere now appears in an English translation by N. Cyril Fischer and a completely re-worked design by Dorothee Dahler and Kaj Lehmann.

On the Potential Of Limited Order begins with a consideration of the conceptual framework for Nomeri-Tere.

Schwegler then reflects on current tendencies in music and sound art concerned with romanticizing the selfexpression of a constructed Other, both of objects and sound itself. In a tour de force through the history of modern Western thought, the essay draws from structuralism and phenomenology to argue for a strictly antiessentialist ontology of sound.

Riso-printed magazine, hand-bound with white thread
- 20 pages
- Size: 105 x 297 mm
- Edition of 100
- Includes a link to the digital version Andrea Taeggi's Nomeri-Tere
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 1 in stock $7.04
Pursuance: We Jazz Magazine Issue #2
Cat: 850973 Rel: 16 Dec 21
174 x 250mm magazine printed on 140g Edixion paper with laminated 300g Invercote covers
Notes: This is the second 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. Includes inspiring stories on music including John Coltrane by Ashley Kahn, Irreversible Entanglements by Daniel Spicer, Ben Lamar Gay by Stewart Smith, Linda Fredriksson by Arttu Tolonen, Marshall Allen by David Mittleman, French Caribbean Music by Markus Karlqvist, Pablo Held by HT Nuotio, record reviews, book reviews, plus more. This is a magazine put together by a quality cast of writers and illustrators/photographers with references such as The Wire, The Quietus, Pitchfork, Jazzwise, etc.
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 1 in stock $19.02
Shindig! Issue 105
Shindig! Issue 105 (equipment)
Cat: 784083 Rel: 02 Oct 20
 1 in stock $8.86
Shindig! Issue 108
Cat: 796615 Rel: 06 Nov 20
A4 magazine
Notes: Shindig! 108 features Todd Rundgren on the cover with an article chronicling his fascinating career in the 1970s as an in-demand producer and solo artist.

Other features/reviews include Third Ear Band, Dory Previn and Bobbie Gentry.
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 1 in stock $6.24
Shindig! Issue 110
Cat: 804338 Rel: 15 Jan 21
A4 magazine
Notes: Shindig! issue no. 110 contains features on King Crimson, Pretty Things' 'Parachute' at 50, Beachwood Sparks, Camille Yarbrough, Rab Noakes, Joey Molland, Kelley Stoltz, America, Beautify Junkyards and Anthony Moore. Of course you also get the usual sections such as Shindiggin', What's Hot On The Shindig! Turntable, Thoughts & Words, Letters And Emails, It's A Happening Thing, and so on.
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 1 in stock $6.24
Shindig! Issue 125
Cat: 868345
Features on Lindisfarne, Kenney Jones (The Small Faces), John Otway
Notes: Shindig! issue no. 125 contains features on Lindisfarne, Kenney Jones (The Small Faces), John Otway, Robert Margouleff and Malcolm Cecil, Loop, Hoodoo Gurus, M Ross Perkins, Bart Davenport, The Monochrome Set, UK psych private pressings etc. Of course you also get the usual sections such as Shindiggin', What's Hot On The Shindig! Turntable, Thoughts & Words, Letters And Emails, It's A Happening Thing, and so on.
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Shindig! Issue 126
Cat: 875409
Features on Neil Young, Tim Burgess, Brian Auger and more
Notes: Shindig! issue no. 126 contains features on Neil Young, Tim Burgess, Brian Auger, Nektar, Ye-Ye Girls, The Kaisers, Bob Lind, Graham Day, Melody's Echo Chamber, Alison Cotton, Ghosts Of Jupiter, John Golding etc. Of course you also get the usual sections such as Shindiggin', What's Hot On The Shindig! Turntable, Thoughts & Words, Letters And Emails, It's A Happening Thing, and so on.
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Shindig! Issue 97
Cat: 754843 Rel: 07 Nov 19
Feat David Bowie, Gene Clark, Guided By Voices, Hawkwind & more!
 1 in stock $8.08
Shindig! Issue 98
Cat: 758190 Rel: 05 Dec 19
Feat White Noise, Isobel Campbell, The Byrds, The Band & more!
Notes: Shindig! issue no. 98 contains features on the year 1969, White Noise, Isobel Campbell, The Jay Vons, The Byrds, The Band, Fleur and more. Of course you also get the usual sections such as Shindiggin', What's Hot On The Shindig! Turntable, Thoughts & Words, Letters And Emails, It's A Happening Thing, and so on.
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 1 in stock $8.08
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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 More than 10 in stock $19.80
Ugly Things Magazine Issue #57
Cat: 841492 Rel: 12 Aug 21
Featuring Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera, The Doors, The Panthers, Kenne Highland, Sandy Bull & more
Notes: British '60s psychedelic underground heroes Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera are the subject of an epic feature unwrapping their outrageous story in hilarious and hair-raising detail. The 50th anniversary of Jim Morrison's death is marked with a cover story on the Doors, including unpublished interviews with band members and associates and rare photos. Also: we turn the spotlight on Swedish R&beat group the Panthers, Dallas soul legend Bobby Patterson, Chicago '60s teen garage band Crees Four, proto-punk cult rocker Kenne Highland, and British beat (and pre-beat) outfit the Roulettes. Lenny Kaye celebrates the music of Sandy Bull, and Phil Milstein investigates the strange universe of Song-Poem music. As always you can count on our celebrated review sections, covering all the latest music reissues and rock 'n' roll-related books.
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 1 in stock $11.46
Ugly Things Magazine Issue #58
Cat: 858151 Rel: 22 Dec 21
Features on Clear Light, the Roulettes, the Plague, NV Groep 65, the Scars & more.
Notes: Issue #58 boasts an extensive feature on the legendary sixties West Coast psychedelic group Clear Light. Other compelling coverage this time includes Canadian garage punks The Plague, Scottish post-punk outfit The Scars, Northern Irish psychedelic cult favorites Andwellas Dream, Dutch beat eccentrics NV Groep 65, California garage-psychsters Stack, and an interview with singer-songwriter extraordinaire Ruthann Friedman. The series on British beat group The Roulettes continues, and the story on Boston proto-punk hero Kenne Highland concludes. All this and more, including the ever-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 #59
Cat: 873459 Rel: 11 Apr 22
Features on The Troggs, The Gordian Knot, Chrome, Alice Cooper, The Frantics, Thus and more
Notes: The mighty Troggs are the cover stars of this issue with an extensive feature based on new interviews with surviving members Chris Britton and Pete Staples. Plus: David Holzer delves into the world of Alice Cooper circa 1973-74 with the help of bass player Dennis Dunaway; eye-opening stories on pre-Moby Grape Northwest rockers the Frantics; sunshine pop masters the Gordian Knot; psychedelic punk mystery men Chrome, teen garage combo Thus (and their mega-rare custom press LP All of Thus); pint-sized mop tops the Bantams; the final installment of our Roulettes saga; an interview with rock fanzine pioneer Brian Hogg (Bam Balam) and a chat with actor, director and Boss 66 Radio DJ Tom Hanks. Not to mention the info-packed review sections, covering all the latest vinyl and CD reissues, and rock 'n' roll-related books. (144 pages)
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Volume! No. 16-2, La Voix Pop: Nouveaux Outils, Nouvelles Approches Analytiques
Cat: 784365 Rel: 23 Jul 20
This double issue explores new analytical methods to characterize the pop voice in its singularities
Notes: Volume! The French journal of popular music studies is the only peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the study of contemporary popular music.

It is published biannually by the Editions Melanie Seteun, a publishing association specialized in popular music. The journal is in French with some non-translated articles in English.

Volume! was established in 2002 under the title Copyright Volume! by Gerome Guibert, Marie-Pierre Bonniol and Samuel Etienne, and obtained its current name in 2008.
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 1 in stock $37.51
Wire Magazine June 2022 Issue #460
Cat: 874983 Rel: 12 May 22
Featuring Phew, Pauline Oliveros, Ione, Ava Mendoza, The Dream Syndicate and more
Notes: On the cover: Phew: The Japanese punk survivor and intrepid vocalist/composer continues to build an impressive catalogue of collaborations, solo projects and band work in a career now spanning over 40 years. By Emily Pothast. Japanese punk primer: A round-up of notable outliers of Japanese punk and post-punk. By Alan Cummings

The Primer: Pauline Oliveros: A Deep Listening dive into the recordings (and cisterns) of the composer and accordionist who pioneered radical new ways of listening and living. By Louise Gray. Ione: The writer, playwright and director, and creative/life partner of Pauline Oliveros, continues their work to connect communities and listeners. By Vanessa Ague

Invisible Jukebox: Ava Mendoza: Will The Wire's mystery record selection shred the nerves of the virtuoso guitarist? Tested by George Grella

The Dream Syndicate: Since their 2012 reunion, the US psych trailblazers have let their freak flag fly across a run of trippy releases including new album Ultraviolet Battle Hymns & True Confessions. By Joseph Stannard

Unlimited Editions: Radio Art Zone

Unofficial Channels: Riddimguide

Black Glass Ensemble: Environmentalist chamber group follow the data. By Phil England

Deborah Walker & Silvia Tarozzi: Finest worksongs for the Italian cello and viola duo. By Peter Margasak

Julmud: The Palestinian producer and rapper collages industrial sounds from across the Middle East. By Milos Hroch

Floris Vanhoof: Transforming sound and vision is fair game for the Belgian artist and instrument builder. By Claire Biddles

Global Ear: Moscow: The invasion of Ukraine has pushed the Russian counterculture into retreat. By Arthur Kuzmin

The Inner Sleeve: billy woods on Bigg Jus's Black Mamba Serums v2.0

Epiphanies: Gary Lucas is enchanted by Third Ear Band's trancelike medievalism

Print Run: New music books: People Funny Boy: The Genius Of Lee 'Scratch' Perry by David Katz; Black Heart Fades Blue Vols 1-3 by Jerry A Lang; Free Music Production, FMP: The Living Music edited by Markus Muller; A-Z Record Shop Bags: 1940s To 1990s by Jonny Trunk; Sonic Urbanism: Listening To Non-Human Life edited by &beyond collective for Theatrum Mundi

On Screen: New films and DVDs: Eric Baudelaire When There Is No More Music To Write, And Other Roman Stories; Oeke Hoogendijk Licht

On Location: Recent live events and streams: Sonic Protest, Paris, France; Kontraklang: The Liz, Nugy n + Transitory, Berlin, Germany; MSCTT_ Studio x Carl Stone's Tokyo, mscty.space; Prolaps + Sarah Squirm + Dreamcrusher + Reagan Holiday + Quija, New York, US; Ragini Festival, New York, US 77 PAF Spring Olomouc, Czech Republic; Dorit Chrysler Vs Claudius, New York, US; Park Jiha, London, UK; Counterflows, Glasgow, UK; Borealis Festival, Bergen, Norway; Big Ears, Knoxville, US; Bill Frisell, London, UK; MaerzMusik, Berlin, Germany

On Site: Recent art shows: Lifes; A/B Smith ICU; Sanja Matkovic Stolen Childhoods

Soundcheck: 700 Bliss, Acid Mothers Reynols, Zoh Amba, Zoh Amba featuring William Parker & Francisco Mela, Oren Ambarchi, Oren Ambarchi/Johan Berthling/ Andreas Werliin, Kate Birch, Bob Vylan, Kjetil D Brandsdal & Thore Warland, Cave In, Eric Copeland, Dopplereffekt, Elementals' Orrery, Flaccid Mojo, Gaika, India Gailey, Gothenburg Sound Workshop, Mary Halvorson, Heroes Are Gang Leaders, Jaeho Hwang, Instruments Of Happiness, JARR, Zola Jesus, Kemper Norton, Kenosist, Klara Livet, KMRU, KMRU & Aho Ssan, Travis Laplante, Lay Llamas, Lettera 22, Mai Mai Mai, Matmos, My Cat Is An Alien, Nodosus, Pauline Oliveros & Reynols, Panstarrs, Pusha T, Steve Reich, Reynols, Louie Rice & Luciano Maggiore, John Scofield, Brandon Seabrook/Cooper-Moore/Gerald Cleaver, Sam Shalabi, Ches Smith, Dean Spunt & John Wiese, Carl Stone, Havadine Stone, Sudden Infant, Tarkamt, Martin Taxt, Test Card, Julie Tippetts & Martin Archer, Treasury Of Puppies, Ron Trent presents WARM, Tropa Macaca, Louie Vega, Cheb Wahida, Wardruna, Hildegard Westerkamp, Whatever The Weather, Wild Terrier Orchestra, Yokubari, Various The Assurance Compilation

The Boomerang: Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers with Thelonious Monk, Don Cherry, Halicon, Lee Hazlewood & Nancy Sinatra, Jerry Hunt, Jim O'Rourke & Mats Gustafsson, Plankton Wat, Yasuaki Shimizu, Sparks, Sun Ra Arkestra, Masayuki Takayanagi, Vox Populi!, Various Irida Records: Hybrid Musics From Texas And Beyond 1979-1986
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Wire Magazine May 2022 Issue #459
Cat: 874214
Featuring Reynols, Valentina Magaletti, Ivo Perelman, King Jammy, Helms Alee, Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh, Blod, Oksana Linde and more
Notes: Reynols: For three decades the Argentinian psych travellers have surfed a cosmic sea of collaboration and communication. By Emily Pothast. Reynols on disc: A short guide to some of the outfit's most notable releases. By Kurt Gottschalk

Valentina Magaletti: From improv to dreampop to gamelan, the prolific London based drummer keeps her options open. By Ilia Rogatchevski

Ivo Perelman: The tireless Brazilian saxophonist harnesses the unrepeatable beauty of the moment across a broad collaborative career. By Phil Freeman

Invisible Jukebox: King Jammy: Will The Wire's mystery record selection send the pioneering Jamaican producer retreating under his sleng teng? Tested by Jordan Chung

Unlimited Editions: Fonolith Records

Unofficial Channels: Data Sonification Archive

Helms Alee: Seattle psych trio thrive in global crisis. By Neil Kulkarni

Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh: Adventurous violist craves the sound of metal. By Clive Bell

Blod: Back to church for the Swedish musician. By Louis Pattison

Oksana Linde: The Venezuelan-Ukrainian composer breaks surface. By Louise Gray

Global Ear: Kyiv: Underground survival in the Ukraine capital. By Ivan Shelekhov

The Inner Sleeve: Dennis Bovell on The Slits' Cut

Epiphanies: Edward Henderson finds illumination in a sweaty East London flat

Print Run: New music books: Harry Harrison's The DiY Soundsystem, Bob Stanley's The Birth Of Pop and more

On Screen: New films and DVDs: Cem Kaya's Love, Deutschmarks And Death, Giuseppe Tornatore's Ennio

On Location: Recent live events and streams: Deliaphonic, Sons d'hiver, and more

On Site: Recent art shows: Camille Norment

Soundcheck: Abhorrent Expanse, The All Golden, William Basinski & Janek Schaefer, Jam Baxter, Black Josh & Milkavelli, Bulbils, Sarah Cahill, Laura Cannell, crys cole, Congrotronics International, Clarissa Connelly, Andy Cowling, Cut A Lonely Figure, Delphine Dora, Axel Dorner & Mazen Kerbaj, Earthen Sea, Mark Ellestad, Roger Eno, Anne Gillis, Gultskra Artikler, Marcus H/Earstone, Helms Alee, HPrizm, JWords, Brian Jackson, Javon Jackson & Nikki Giovanni, Julmud, Kashaiof, Mazen Kerbaj, Laibach, Lauten Der Seele, Machinefabriek, Machinefabriek/Matt Wand/Nick Storring/Phil Maguire, Ben Marc, Benedicte Maurseth, Adela Mede, Myra Melford, Mona Evie, Alejandro Morse, Fred Moten/Brandon Lopez/Gerald Cleaver, Nadja/Aidan Baker, Nils Okland, Pan•American, Shelley Parker, Joanne Robertson & Sidsel, Meineche Hansen, Savage Republic, SNOGG, Soft Cell, Soundwalk Collective, Sports Pharmacy, Steamboat Switzerland, Steel Dangerous, G Steenkiste & U Schutte, Stinkin Slumrok, They Hate Change, billy woods, Richard Youngs, Rutger Zuydervelt & Bruno Duplant, Various Healing Together: A Compilation For Mental Health Recovery

The Boomerang: Albert Ayler, Ornette Coleman, Julius Eastman, Funkadelic, Fred Lane & His Hittite Hot Shots, Fred Lane with Ron 'Pate's Debonairs, Billy Mackenzie, Branko Mataja, Charles Mingus, Tony Oxley, Hamid El Shaeri, Jimmy Smack, Suicide, David Tudor, Yamash'ta & The Horizon, Frank Zappa & The Mothers, Various First Six Records
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Wire Magazine: August 2021 Issue #450
Cat: 837022 Rel: 14 Jul 21
Notes: On the cover: Aaron Dilloway: The US noise artist and Wolf Eyes co-founder talks to Emily Pothast about a career of horror and transformation. Plus, Robin The Fog takes a look at tape alchemy in the computer age. Plus: Katalin Ladik: Born in the former Yugoslavia, the uncategorisable experimentalist's multi-decade career has taken in confrontational performance pieces, electroacoustic collage, vocal exploration, and more. By Louise Gray. Jana Rush: The Chicago house and footwork veteran engages with the history of jazz on her soulful new album for Planet Mu. By Joe Muggs. Invisible Jukebox: Wei Wei × Li Jianhong: The laptop and guitar duo improvise their way through a mystery record selection. Tested by each other. Also inside this issue: Mabe Fratti; Hualun; Andrew Mbaruk; Sunik Kim; Global Ear from the southwestern Russian city of Kazan; Unlimited Editions purge.xxx; Unofficial Channels Blast Radio; The Inner Sleeve chosen by SH Fernando Jr; Epiphanies by Andrew Green and Eddie Otchere; hundreds of reviews and much more.
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Wire Magazine: December 2020 Issue #442
Cat: 798187 Rel: 12 Nov 20
Notes: Veteran Canadian metal experimentalists Voivod talk to Joseph Stannard about sci-fi theories, channelling Crimson, Floyd and Foetus, and working with brass on their recent The End Of Dormancy EP; pathbreaking pedal steel guitarist Susan Alcorn tells Peter Margasak about her latest quintet with Mary Halvorson and others; London rooted Japanese duo Keiko Yamamoto and Rie Nakajima aka O YAMA O take the Invisible Jukebox test, and much more TBA!
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Wire Magazine: February 2021 Issue #444
Cat: 809666 Rel: 14 Jan 21
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Wire Magazine: February 2022 Issue #456
Cat: 861625 Rel: 18 Jan 22
Featuring Msou Moctar, Mazen Kerbaj, Eliane Radigue, Jeff Parker x Ben LaMar Gay and more
Notes: Inside this issue:

On the cover: Mdou Moctar: The Nigerien kings of the almighty riff talk touring, rock, suffering and the invaluable discipline of the wedding circuit. By Clive Bell.

Mazen Kerbaj: The Lebanese musician, artist and film maker establishes global relationships via an idiosyncratic musical language. By Mariam Rezaei

Eliane Radigue: A user's guide to the swelling discography of the French composer. By Julian Cowley

Invisible Jukebox: Jeff Parker × Ben LaMar Gay: The Chicago master musicians put each other to the test with a mystery record selection.

Unlimited Editions: Dub Store

Unofficial Channels: Original Jungle Samples

Hedvig Mollestad: The Norwegian guitarist reaps the whirlwind. By Mike Barnes

Duma: Metal meets gabber for the Kenyan doom duo. By Milos Hroch

Robbie Lee: New York improvisor reimagines the saxophone. By Andy Hamilton

Matthew J Rolin & Jen Powers: The Ohio guitarist and hammered dulcimer player keep the underground thriving. By Bill Meyer

Global Ear: Inventive linguistic play in Lisbon's hiphop scene challenges injustice. By April Clare Welsh

The Inner Sleeve: Tim Hecker on Fugazi's In On The Kill Taker

Epiphanies: Zeitkratzer's Reinhold Friedl finds liberation in the thundering noise bursts of Iannis Xenakis

Print Run: New music books: Hiphop photography, alien listening, wild vinyl, Swell Maps, and more

On Screen: New films and DVDs: Paul Duane's While You Live, Shine

On Site: Recent art shows: Spazio Per Azioni Luminescenti; Sweet Harmony: Radio, Rave & Waltham Forest 1989-1994

On Location: Recent live events and streams: faUSt, GLOR1A, EFG Jazz festival, Archie Shepp, Bjork, and more

Soundcheck: 75 Dollar Bill, Liz Allbee, Oren Ambarchi, Animal Collective, BLOODMONEYMIMZ, City & io, Mike Cooper, Kelli Frances Corrado, Dlina Volny, Earthless, farmersmanual, Josephine Foster, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Akiko Haruna, Hen Ogledd, Ilgenfritz/Chase/Lee, Kramer, Kuang Program, Lambda Sond, Robbie Lee, Love Object, Lungs, Matilde Meireles, Ava Mendoza, Chantal Michelle, Maria Moles, Matthias Muche, Mothermary, Shane Parish, Jeff Parker, phiik x S!LENCE, Michael Pisaro-Liu, Eliane Radigue, Rangers, Allen Ravenstine, Marcelo Dos Reis, Sawyer/Coates/Zoby/Renteria/Dwyer, Sea Oleena, Semiratruth, Sally Shapiro, Sara Serpa & Emmanuel Iduma, Shortie No Mass, Spermchurch, Luke Stewart, Luke Stewart & Jarvis Earnshaw Quartet, Luke Stewart's Silt Trio, Robert Storey, Tanya Tagaq, Telefis, Brian Thummler, Travis Duo, Valery Vermeulen, Salome Voegelin, Yeong Die, Various Keyboard Fantasies Reimagined

The Boomerang: William S Burroughs, Can, Don Cherry, El Trio, William S Fischer, Freestyle Fellowship, Roland Kayn, Movietone, OKI, Hermeto Pascoal E Grupo, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Nate Scheible, Splinters, Yukihiro Takahashi, Cecil Taylor, Larry Wish, Pamela Z, Frank Zappa
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Wire Magazine: July 2021 Issue #449
Cat: 832538 Rel: 09 Jun 21
Features Pamela Z, J Mascis, Scorn, Olev Muska, Mick Harris, We All Break, Sam Dunscombe, Wouter Van Veldhoven, John Oswald, Matthew Shipp, Danny Elfman, Jeanne Lee, Equiknoxx, Pablo Picco & more
Notes: Radio Activity: The growth of internet radio through the 2010s and the pandemic conditions of the last year have created an explosion of music on air. From the US to China, Palestine to Central Europe, South America to Africa, our global survey tracks online, FM and other radio developments. Plus a 100-strong directory of essential stations, sites and broadcasters.

Plus: Pamela Z: Born in Buffalo, New York, the radio DJ, vocalist and composer has carved out a rich and compelling career, characterised by its innovative use of technology and engaging humour. By Emily Pothast.

Invisible Jukebox: J Mascis: Will the Dinosaur Jr guitarist and vocalist find himself "Kracked" by The Wire's mystery record selection? Tested by Sunburned Hand Of The Man's John Moloney and Rob Thomas.

Sam Dunscombe: The Australian field recordist remixes the Californian desert via discarded ephemera. By Abi Bliss

We All Break: Percussionists Daniel Brevil and Ches Smith run the Vodou down. By Stewart Smith

Olev Muska: Into the archives of the Estonian-Australian folk synthesist. By Joshua Minsoo Kim

Mick Harris & Scorn: Heavy manners from the blastbeater turned bass explorer. By Phil Freeman

Unlimited Editions: Zoomin' Night

Unofficial Channels: Wouter Van Veldhoven

Global Ear: The American Composers Forum meets the challenges of the present with an eye to the future. By Vanessa Rose, Dameun Strange & Amanda Cook

The Inner Sleeve: John Oswald on a Command Records inner sleeve

Epiphanies: Matthew Shipp recalls the good example set by a straight edged William Parker

Print Run: New music books: Radio 1, Nadia Boulanger's world, Chinese sound art, journeys with The Orb, and more

On Screen: New films and DVDs: Paul Bishow & James June Schneider's Punk The Capital; Ele'onore Huisse & Francaois J Bonnet's E'chos

On Site: Recent art shows: Ray Lee's Points Of Departure; Jo Thomas's Massive Angels

On Location: Recent live events and streams: Blacktronika, Tusk TV, Rewire, Counterflows At Home, Laurie Anderson & Jason Moran, and more

Soundcheck: Tony Allen, Avant Joik, Bardo Todol Y Sus Aves Sin Nido, Bo Ningen, Victoria Bourne & Walt Shaw, Gerald Cleaver, Croatian Amor & Varg², Aaron Dilloway & Lucrecia Dalt, David Dove & Jawwaad Taylor, Danny Elfman, Etherwink & Larwott, Foodman, Mabe Fratti, Gamardah Fungus, Gavsborg, Giant Claw, Gosheven, Joel Harrison, Rip Hayman, Hprizm, Hualun, Vijay Iyer, Loraine James, Jubileum Quartet, Joelle Leandre & Pascal Contet, Joelle Leandre/Myra Melford/Lauren Newton, Kemper Norton, Angelique Kidjo, Giovanni Lami/Hannibal Chew III/Bardo Todol, Shanique Marie, Kevin Richard Martin, Mind Maintenance, Muriscia Divinorum/Pablo Picco/Aphra Cadabra, Natural Information Society with Evan Parker, Jason Nazary, Perila, Pablo Picco, Pablo Picco/Anne F Jacques, Anthony Pirog, Lee Ranaldo/Jim Jarmusch/Marc Urselli/Balazs Pandi, Keith Rowe, The Same, Satomimagae, Seccion De Ritmo, Six Organs Of Admittance, Wadada Leo Smith, Wadada Leo Smith with Milford Graves & Bill Laswell, Steven R Smith, Spellling, Three-Layer Cake, Time Cow & Giark, Vanessa Amara, Raed Yassin, Yat-Kha, Various Cold Wave #1, Various Mendacity Mogul

The Boomerang: 4Hero, Tim Buckley, Cornelius Cardew/The Montreal Scratch Orchestra, DMX Krew, Engine Kid, Gnod, Goldie, Michael Gregory Jackson, Jeanne Lee, The Master Musicians Of Joujouka, My Bloody Valentine, Kristin Oppenheim, Reagenz, Seefeel, Spike In Vain,"Blue" Gene Tyranny, Hector Zazou
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Wire Magazine: March 2019 Issue #421
Cat: 719581 Rel: 06 Feb 19
Feat Stephen Malkmus, Fashion Records, Jose Maceda, Annea Lockwood & more!
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Wire Magazine: March 2020 Issue #433
Cat: 764212 Rel: 13 Feb 20
Notes: On the cover: Cinema For The Ears: The innovations of contemporary electronic and experimental music are increasingly informing the sound of modern cinema - Oneohtrix Point Never, Fatima Al Qadiri, Bobby Krlic and Colin Stetson discuss their involvement in this audiovisual evolution. By Dan Barrow, Abi Bliss, Lara C Cory and Steph Kretowicz. Also inside this issue: Resetting The Rhythm: Percussionists Eli Keszler, Tim Barnes, Will Guthrie and Claire Rousay are drumming up new worlds of possibility. By Joshua Minsoo Kim. Yeah You: Daughter-father duo Elvin Brandhi and Gustav Thomas demonstrate the eternal power of the rant via their ramshackle lo-fi assemblages. By Tristan Bath. Invisible Jukebox with Seb Rochford, Global Ear in Maputo, an Epiphany by Jeff Mills, Inner Sleeve chosen by Elaine Mitchener. Plus: Nappy Nina, John T Gast, Sightless Pit, Dali de Saint Paul, 35 pages of reviews and much more.
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Wire Magazine: March 2021 Issue #445
Cat: 812014 Rel: 11 Feb 21
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Wire Magazine: March 2022 Issue #457
Cat: 863174 Rel: 10 Feb 22
Featuring Eberhard Kranemana, Lee Ranaldo x Steve Shelley, Anne Gillis, Laura Cannell, Joanne Robertson, Yao Bobby & Simon Grab, Franck Vigroux, Broadcast, J Dilla, Mark Fell & Noisy Women
Notes: Inside this issue:

On the cover: Scratcha DVA: Active in UK club culture for two decades, the producer turns his attention to the global dancefloor with new cross continental hookups. By Chal Ravens. Plus, Yewande Adeniran has words with collaborators Mxshi Mo and Citizen Boy.

Anne Gillis: Over a multi-decade career the French artist has explored a world of objects and sensations, a project she continues with her first solo album in 20 years. By Jennifer Lucy Allan.

Eberhard Kranemann: The German artist and musician discusses a lifetime of restless creativity, taking him from stints with Kraftwerk and Neu! to solo work as Fritz Mu0.95ller. By Dave Segal.

Invisible Jukebox: Lee Ranaldo × Steve Shelley: The Sonic Youth bandmates put each other to the test with a mystery record selection.

Unlimited Editions: Ratskin Records

Unofficial Channels: This Band Isn't Real

Joanne Robertson: The UK singer-songwriter alternates dreamy folk with gleeful absurdism. By Claire Biddles

Jessie Cox: In search of space with the composer-percussionist. By Peter Kalal

Yao Bobby & Simon Grab: Electronics duo survey the failure of humankind. By Rob Turner

Alabaster DePlume: Vaguely magical energy from the UK jazz jester. By Daniel Spicer

Global Ear: Fine tuning in Berlin. By Peter Margasak

The Inner Sleeve: Laura Cannell on Bjork's Homogenic

Epiphanies: The sounds of East London market life blend past and present for Edward George

Print Run: New music books: Mark Fell's anatomy, Vashti Bunyan's life, Frank Zappa's conversations, Dilla's rhythms, and more

On Screen: New films and DVDs: Basile Koechlin & Jules Louis Koechlin's Buganda Royal Music Revival; Marcus Werner Hed & Dan Fox's Other, Like Me

On Location: Recent live events and streams: Aaron Dilloway & Robert Turman, Tectonics, Winter Jazzfest 2020, Noisy Women, and more

Soundcheck: Sophie Agnel & John Butcher, Ale Hop, Liz Allbee/John Butcher/Ignaz Schick/Marta Zapparoli, Author & Punisher, Burkhard Beins/John Butcher/ Werner Dafeldecker, Big Thief, John Bischoff, Black Opal, BuNuel, John Butcher/Thomas Lehn/Gino Robair, Goncalo F Cardoso, Nick Cave & Warren Ellis, David Ornette Cherry, Chucha, CIA Debutante, Earl Sweatshirt, Empath, Christina Giannone, Anna von Hausswolff, Alexander Hawkins Mirror Canon, Kev Hopper, Jenny Hval, Iceboy Violet, Ilmiliekki Quartet,The International Nothing, Killah Priest, DJ Lag, Catherine Lamb, Robbie Lee & Lea Bertucci, Kristine Leschper, Loop, Matchess, Magda Mayas/Tony Buck/John Butcher, Messa, Thurston Moore, Rick Myers, Rick Myers & Matt Krefting, Adam O'Farrill, John O'Neill, Ouat, Abiodun Oyewole, Dani Lee Pearce, Pneumatic Tubes, Claire Rousay & More Eaze, Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow, Slikback, Sonic Youth, Devin Townsend, Franck Vigroux, Eli Wallace, Various Infinite Limits

The Boomerang: Broadcast, Peter Brotzmann/Milford Graves/ William Parker, Cactus, Peter Maxwell Davies, Alan Hovhaness, Mary Lattimore, Pat Matshikiza & Kippie Moeketsi, Lionel Pillay featuring Basil 'Mannenberg' Coetzee, Richard Pinhas, Pocket, Prophets, Rudimentary Peni, Sepultura, System 01, Tinariwen, Stan Tracey, Various The Village Out West: The Lost Tapes Of Alan Oakes
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Wire Magazine: November 2019 Issue #429 + The Wire Tapper 51 Unmixed CD
Cat: 749135 Rel: 07 Oct 19
Feat Kevin Martin + Stephen O'Malley, Joelle Leandre, Hanna Hartman, Jaimie Branch & more!
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Wire Magazine: November 2021 Issue #453
Cat: 848990 Rel: 13 Oct 21
Featuring Klein, Alan & Sir Richard Bishop, Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra, Black Dice, L'Rain, Tara Clerkin Trio, Midori Takada, Youth & more
Notes: On the cover: Klein: The South London musician, vocalist, playwright, game designer and film maker generates uncanny resonance via collage and subversion in new film Care and album Harmattan. By Abi Bliss. Plus: The Primer: Horace Tapscott & The Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra: A user's guide to the recorded legacy of the prolific US pianist, composer, bandleader, organiser and activist. By Francis Gooding. Black Dice: After almost a decade dormant the joyfully elastic noise trio make their return with a new album of effervescent edits and psychedelic humour. By Marc Masters. Invisible Jukebox: Alan & Sir Richard Bishop: The erstwhile Sun City Girls bask in the rays of a mystery record selection. Tested by each other. Also inside this issue: Tara Clerkin Trio; L'Rain; Mazaher; Magda Mayas; Global Ear in the Texas Llano Estacado flatlands; Unlimited Editions We Jazz; Unofficial Channels The Heat Warps; Anthony Wood 1948-2021; The Inner Sleeve by Midori Takada; Epiphanies by Youth; The Wire Tapper 57; hundreds of reviews and much more!
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Wire Magazine: September 2020 Issue #439
Cat: 786362 Rel: 14 Aug 20
Issue features Mourning [A] BLKstar, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Lao Dan, Bunita Marcus & many more!
Notes: Inside this issue:

Mourning [A] BLKstar: The prolific Cleveland, Ohio ensemble speak to the power of community with a continually evolving amalgam of soul, funk, blues and jazz. By Neil Kulkarni

Beverly Glenn-Copeland: The resurgent Philadelphia born singer-songwriter's new age folk-pop promotes compassion and kindness in defiance of harsh reality. By Joshua Minsoo Kim

Lao Dan: The Chinese multi-instrumentalist blends formal training with strategies of unlearning to create stark and physically demanding works. By Josh Feola

Bunita Marcus: The post-minimalist composer and conductor quietly reclaims the spotlight. By Louise Gray

Invisible Jukebox: Marcia Bassett × Samara Lubelski: New York psych/folk/noise lifers experience both sides of The Wire's mystery record selection

Unlimited Editions: Anomia

Unofficial Channels: CHEWn!

Theresa Wong: The rulebreaking cellist gets sensitive. By Julian Cowley

No Home: London bedroom punk artfully bemoans the rat race. By Stephanie Phillips

Alan Braufman: Second wind for the New York saxophonist. By Philip Clark

Eve Maret: Electronic therapy, Eno homages and community soundcraft from the Nashville synthesist. By Emily Bick

Global Ear: Our regular column continues to report on music in the time of pandemic. This month: record shop survivalism in Leeds and clubbing compilations in Lisbon

The Inner Sleeve: East Man on Play For Today: Destiny

Epiphanies: A teacher's mixtape reveals other aspects of Eric Dolphy to Harald Kisiedu
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Zweikommasieben #25
Cat: 877600 Rel: 10 Jun 22
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Zweikommasieben Magazin #22
Cat: 803053 Rel: 08 Dec 20
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Zweikommasieben Magazin #23
Cat: 831179 Rel: 14 Jun 21
Softcover book magazine
Notes: Frequent readers of Zweikommasieben will know that the creative processes highlighted in the magazine are an eclectic gathering of influences that result in varied creative practices. But what might be the common denominator connecting all the dots in this plurality? For the new issue, Zweikommasieben makes the case for the discursive potential of personal experiences.

Once the personal is taken seriously, anecdotes provide major insights into an artist's practice. A portrait on producer Malibu taps into memories of popular culture and traces musical experiences from her childhood to highlight the dedication she brings towards composing melodies and using samples. In their essay, the duo Space Afrika assembles recollections of their daily lives in north-west England to frame their artistic output over the years. Highlighting subjective perspectives also allows for the differentiation of what might appear similar at first. Both the collaboration of Andreas Bulhoff and Marc Matter featured in "Soundtexte" and the interview with Tygapaw refer to the use of poetry. The former condense language to its most basic units and present them as rhythmic building blocks for DJs. Taking a different approach, Tygapaw asked a poet to be the narrator of their album, expanding the tracks by embedding an additional layer of meaning.

Zweikommasieben #23 includes:

-interviews with Bass Clef, Crystalmess, Flora Yin-Wong, Grand River, Ikonika, Jabu & Daniela Dyson, Meemo Comma, and Tygapaw
-a portrait on Malibu
-an essay by Space Afrika
-Contributes by Jessika Khazrik and Sara Berts
-columns Soundtexte (poetry), "Art Review" (exhibition review), and We are Time (photography)
-160pages, 170x240mm
-all content in EN, parts in DE, FR, NL, and ITzweikommasieben 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.
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