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Voodoo Child The End Of Everything LP – CD Trophy Records

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Wire Issue 474 - Annea Lockwood

On the cover: 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. Plus: Once Upon A Time In Maida Vale: In 1970s London, Spanish exile Miguel JM García García 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. Also inside this issue: Unlimited Editions: Guruguru Brain; Unofficial Channels: Radio Amnion; Coffin Prick; Ellen Zweig; Goat; Ziúr; Global Ear in Bucharest; The Inner Sleeve by Abdullah Miniawy; Epiphanies by Sunik Kim; plus pages of reviews and much more.
  • Issue 474 - Annea Lockwood


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