The Wire 470 April 2023



49 Reviews Index 50 Soundcheck New vinyl, CDs, downloads

and streams, plus reissues and specialist columns, including: 51 Paul St Hilaire Sweet ’n’ Tiki.

By Steve Barker 59 London Brew Later Bitches.

By Kurt Gottschalk 73 Blacklips Bar Electric cabaret.

By Claire Biddles 76 Print Run New music books,

including: 77 On Minimalism & The

Names Of Minimalism Two critical surveys of

music on repeat. By Louise Gray 80 On Screen New films and DVDs 82 On Location Recent live events and

streams, including: 83 The Ephemeron Loop A cathartic journey into the

void. By Ilia Rogatchevski 88 On Site Recent art shows

10 Unlimited Editions Outlines 10 Unofficial Channels Polar Sounds

12 Zoë Mc Pherson Jungle beats and

speculative futures. By Oli Warwick 14 Francisco Mela 55 and free.

By Daniel Spicer 16 Brìghde Chaimbeul Piping up.

By Stewart Smith 18 Global Ear: Belfast The underground thrives in

Northern Ireland. By Brian Coney 20 The Inner Sleeve :zoviet*france:’s Ben Ponton

on The Damned’s Damned Damned Damned 106 Epiphanies

Francisco López heeds the call of the rainforest

22 Invisible Jukebox Tatsuya Yoshida Will the drummer/vocalist be left in Ruins by The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by James Hadfield

28 Mihály Víg The Hungarian composer, actor and musician recalls his 40 year relationship with director Béla Tarr. By Ilia Rogatchevski

36 patten

Artist and musician Damien Roach confronts the future via AI generated samples. By Emily Bick

40 Turntablists Vinyl manipulators Maria Chávez, Mariam Rezaei and Victoria Shen prepare to hit the road (and the decks). By Emily Pothast

4 The Wire Tapper 61 A track by track guide to this

issue’s free CD 6 Masthead 8 Letters 48 Charts The Office Ambience

and other playlists 98 Out There Festivals and gig listings 104 Subscribe Print, digital, downloads

and CDs

30 Dorothy Moskowitz The former United States Of America vocalist returns with a bold new collaborative work. By Edwin Pouncey

Cover photography by Amina Gingold, Damien Maloney & Kuba Ryniewicz