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wire-may 2014 mag

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wire: may 2014

On the cover: The Compiler, an ahistorical survey of paradigm-busting anthologies, compilations, playlists and other assemblages: from folk song compendiums to DJ led scenes, from The Rock Machine Turns You On to The Secret Museum Of Mankind, Wire writers give us their thoughts on the art of curating music. Inside the issue: Invisible Jukebox: Okkyung Lee (The nomadic cello virtuoso gets strung up with The Wire's mystery record selection); Marshall Allen (Val Wilmer reveals the true story of the Sun Ra Arkestra leader's formative years in the Paris interzone); Inga Copeland (Former Hype Williams vocalist doing it for herself); Officer! (The war's not over for ex-Rock In Opposition campaigner Mick Hobbs); Nat Birchall (The UK Saxophonist is evangelizing for spiritual jazz); Jack Ruby (70s New Yorkers who forged a path between punk and synth madness); Global Ear: Delhi (Josh Feola enters the Indian city's electronica underground); Cross Platform: Eric Chenaux (The Canadian musician amps up his AV project with Eric Cazdyn); The Inner Sleeve: Peanut Butter Wolf; Epiphanies: Arto Lindsay

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