WIRE - #430 | December 2019 MAG

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Inside this issue:

Clipping: Daveed Diggs, Jonathan Snipes and William Hutson pool their combined experience in noise, modern composition, film scoring and performance to create abrasive mutant hiphop, as demonstrated by new album There Existed An Addiction To Blood. By Emily Pothast

Once Upon A Time In Glasgow: In the 1970s playwright, poet and musician Tom McGrath was a key figure in Scottish jazz, bringing Miles Davis, Duke Ellington and Mahavishnu Orchestra to Glasgow while promoting the city’s fertile homegrown scene. By Stewart Smith

Jahtari: For 15 years Jan Gleichmar aka Disrupt has been cross-breeding the sounds of video games with dub. Now he is preparing to wind down the label to make way for his new imprint Zonedog. By Chal Ravens

Invisible Jukebox: Howe Gelb: Will The Wire’s mystery record selection cause the Giant Sand man to kick up dust? Tested by David Mittleman

Unlimited Editions: Public Bath Press

Unofficial Channels: Hainbach

Last Yearz Interesting Negro: Dancer and choreographer Jamila Johnson-Small pits flesh against fetishisation. By Stephanie Phillips

Philip Thomas: The UK pianist walks the line between improv and composition. By Philip Clark

Amirtha Kidambi: The vocalist and composer talks channelling, collaboration and Carnatic music. By Claire Sawers

Global Ear: Nalchik: Punk ethnography is thriving in the Caucasus. By Nikita Velichko

The Inner Sleeve: Beverly Glenn-Copeland on Chard Chénier