WIRE - #454 MAG

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Inside this issue:

On the cover: Laraaji: The former stand-up comedian and street performer transforms mirth into meditative healing music. By Emily Pothast. Plus, Alan Courtis on the power of laughter, and Greg Davis on six wellbeing albums

Olivia Block: With her recent releases for Longform Editions and Room40, the US composer takes varied approaches to music-making, from painstaking perfectionism to pscilocybin experimentation. By Bill Meyer

Jun Togawa: As her back catalogue undergoes extensive reissue, the Japanese performance pop provocateur looks back on her subversive career. By James Hadfield

Invisible Jukebox: Giant Swan: Waterfowl development as the Bristol dance duo subject each other to a mystery record selection

Unlimited Editions: Akuphone

Unofficial Channels: Wearable instruments

Kay Logan
: The Glasgow based sonic occultist summons the city’s shadow self. By Abi Bliss

Max Syedtollan: Aleatoric prog moves from the autodidact UK composer. By Stewart Smith

Cath Roberts: Chance encounters with the London based saxophonist. By Dan Spicer

BlackFace Family: Auto-Tuned social commentary and pan-African rhythms from the Malawian outfit. By Antonio Poscic

Global Ear: It’s a bard life in the Central Asian deserts of Karakalpakstan. By Nick Hobbs

The Inner Sleeve: Marina Rosenfeld on Joan Jonas’s Vertical Roll