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wire-april 2012 mag

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wire: april 2012

The Wire Tapper 28, the latest volume in our ongoing and exclusive series of groundbreaking (no, really, we mean it) CD comps, will be attached to the cover of every copy of the April issue. Plus, inside the issue: Sun Araw (Cameron Stallones takes a trip through time, space and musical perception in his recent collaboration with The Congos); Hanna Tuulikki (Clive Bell hears how the Glasgow based vocalist and artist's new avant folk group, Two Wings, is taking flight); Nate Wooley (The trumpet player tells Dan Warburton about life after minimalism, and exploring drones and phonetics); Invisible Jukebox: Tom Moulton (The father of remixing and inventor of the 12" avoids a breakdown with The Wire's mystery record box); Conlon Nancarrow (Philip Clark revisits the work of the reclusive American composer and finds a life as uncompromising as his hyper-complex scores for player piano); Charles Gayle (Years spent homeless on the streets of New York have inspired the free jazz veteran's visionary new music and compelling stage persona); "We are all David Toop now" (The writer and musician's vision of an interconnected musical landscape is now accessible for all. Simon Reynolds wonders if the future should be less oceanic); Global Ear: Milan: Cross Platform: Elizabeth Price (The Talulah Gosh founder draws on the melodramatic power of pop for her video art).

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