THE WIRE

WIRE - #451 | September 2021 MAG

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Inside this issue:

Grouper: As she prepares to release a new album rooted in the ambience and climate of her home in the Pacific North West, Liz Harris discusses chaos, therapy and the spectre of fascism. By Dave Segal.

Pat Thomas: The diverse sprawl of the UK keyboardist’s career runs from jazz and improv to funk and drum ’n’ bass, informed by a scholarly interest in Islam. By Clive Bell.

Once Upon A Time In Prague: Dancing along the thin lines separating the Czech underground, the alternativa scene and the secret police, Extempore/MCH Band leader Mikoláš Chadima’s expressions of freedom have survived communism and the capitalist takeover. By Miloš Hroch.

Machine learning: Machine learning and AI have opened up new creative possibilities for artists such as Jennifer Walshe, Distractfold and Dadabots. By Abi Bliss.

Invisible Jukebox: DJ Bus Replacement Service × Surgeon: Anthony Child and Doris Woo run the gauntlet of a mystery record selection. Tested by each other.

Hiro Kone: The electronic artist foregrounds artistic partnership on her new album. By Chloe Lula

René Lussier: Clowning around with the Québécois guitarist and composer. By Julian Cowley

Wayne Adams: The punkish adventures of a Big Lad. By Holly Dicker

Nicolas Collins: The author and performer takes a Lucky Dip with his homemade !trumpet. By Clive Bell

Global Ear: Alan Courtis untaps creative potential in workshops in Buenos Aires

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