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Wire #461 – July 2022
On the cover: AMM: For 50 years, Eddie Prévost, Keith Rowe and John Tilbury have had their sights set firmly on sonic freedom, changing the landscape of music in the process. By Clive Bell. AMM mini-Primer: A user’s guide to the group’s recent recordings. By Seymour Wright. Angharad Davies: The hardworking violinist and improvisor finds inspiration for her time dissolving recordings and performances through interpersonal connections. By Abi Bliss. UnicaZürn: Veteran industrialists Dave Knight and Stephen Thrower pour two lifetimes of experience into their dystopian stew. By Rob Turner. Invisible Jukebox: Hannah Catherine Jones: Will the UK composer be reduced to a Foxy Moron by The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by Meg Woof. Also inside this issue: Opal X; Nexcyia; Teresa Winter; K Of Arc; Unlimited Editions Nhạc Gãy; Unofficial Channels Tape Archives; Global Ear Washington, DC; The Inner Sleeve by Sarah Davachi; Epiphanies by Pamela Z; pages of reviews and much more.
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Author: Wire Year: 2022 ISBN: Pages: 98 Language: English Publisher: Wire Publisher's city: Publication date: