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wire-october 2014 mag

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wire: october 2014

On the cover: Robert Fripp (The King Crimson guitarist talks to Mike Barnes about the ongoing saga of the reformed group and the legacy of their vast archives). Inside the issue: Bruce Lacey (Shaped in the crucible of 1960s London, this master inventor's films, music and curious constructions still play by their own rules); Pharmakon (Margaret Chardiet's miseducation in the New York noise scene has birthed an album of visceral electronic music); Cross Platform: Adam Bohman (The detritus of everyday life inspires the surreal sonic and visual collages of the London artist); Invisible Jukebox: Grumbling Fur (The psychedelic duo seek a portal into The Wire's mystery record selection); Gazelle Twin (Elizabeth Bernholz spills her guts about new album Unflesh); Jeremiah Cymerman (The New York improviser keeps conversation flowing with his 5049 podcast); Mdou Moctar (The Tuareg singer and guitarist adds film star to his CV); Global Ear: Darmstadt.

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