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wire-april 2016 mag

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wire: april 2016

On the cover: Cecil Taylor (As he prepares to take up residency in New York's Whitney Museum, free music's most uncompromising piano great shares words of wisdom with Phil Freeman). Inside this issue: Mike Cooper (The colourfully shirted and widely travelled UK guitarist, whose work spans exotica, blues and ambient, explains his wanderlust to Clive Bell); The Primer: J Dilla (The reputation of beatmaker/rapper James Dewitt Yancey has shown no sign of diminishing in the ten years since his death. Jordan Ferguson presents a user's guide to his ever-expanding catalogue); Invisible Jukebox: Golden Teacher (Glasgow's brightest sparks learn a lesson or two from The Wire's mystery record selection); Eartheater (The cyborgian ecstasies of Guardian Alien member Alexandra Drewchin unite the animal with the mechanical); Global Ear: Pigna (The women of Corsica are repossessing their culture with their makeovers of traditional song); PJ Harvey (Postcards from the edge); Signor Benedick The Moor (Epically inclined DIY maverick exceeds to succeed); Lindafornia (Battle-winning Los Angeles beat scientist gets old spool).


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