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wire-june 2013 mag

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wire: june 2013

On the cover: Babble On!: In A 20-page special, Wire contributors assess and rethink the relationship between underground music and words, texts and language. Including Rob Young on songs about themselves, Ken Hollings on Cage's pulverized language, Derek Walmsley on dread talk, Alasdair Roberts on verbal jousting, Daniel Spicer on hip semantics, David Toop on Improv words and gestures, Nina Power on female machine voices, Hua Hsu on vocalese, Marcus Boon on profane rappers, Rory Gibb on Footwork's vocal science, and more. Inside this issue: Invisible Jukebox: Jaap Blonk (The Dutch vocal improviser has a glossolalia attach over The Wire's mystery record selection); Global Ear: New Castle, NSW; Cross Platform: Foghorn Requiem (In the North East of England, a trio of artists aim to harness the warning sounds of the maritime industry in an elegiac nautical soundwork); Epiphanies: (In Budapest, David Crowley tracks down a long forgotten but still mercurial Hungarian vocal aritist).

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