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wire-november 2013 mag

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wire: november 2013

On the cover: Laurel Halo: The Michigan born producer talks to Jennifer Lucy Allan about techno utopias, digital identity and making electronic music in the surveillance age. Inside the issue: Invisible Jukebox: Archie Shepp (Nine for Shepp taken from The Wire's mystery record selection); Sam Shalabi (Marcus Boon meets the Montreal improviser who has relocated to a turbulent Cairo in search of his Egyptian heritage and new ways of imagining music); David Dunn (The work of this Californian sound ecologist and composer combines art and science using field recordings and generative music); Jar Moff (The Athens collagist wages war on austerity); David Medalla (The story of a lost 1960s psychedelic ballet); Magik Markers (New beginnings for the US noise rock trio); A Spell To Ward Off Darkness (Ben Rivers and Ben Russell's film explores music, community and ritual); Global Ear: Dangriga; Cross Platform: Hannah Sawtell (The London artist's industrial installations are shaped by her history in Detroit techno). Plus: over 150 albums, films, books and exhibitions reviewed. Plus: our latest 20 track CD, free to all readers with The Wire

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