On the cover: Wire: Since 1977's Pink Flag, Wire have crushed and expanded rock at will. About to release their 17th album Mind Hive, the most stable line-up in the band's history discuss facing the future while repurposing the past. By Dan Barrow. Also inside this issue: Katie Gately: Bereavement and ritual inform the new album from the Los Angeles based avant pop auteur. By Emily Pothast. Frank Denyer: With his unusual instrumental combinations and penchant for microtonality and extended technique, the English composer offers sanctuary from sensory overload. By Sam Richards. Plus: Invisible Jukebox with Mayo Thompson, Epiphanies by Ryley Walker, The Inner Sleeve chosen by Freedom To Spend, plus Marcela Lucatelli, Nava & Shayna Dunkelman, Terry Allen, 100s of reviews and more.
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