WIRE #453 | November 2021 MAGAZINE

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Inside this issue:

On the cover: Klein: The South London musician, vocalist, playwright, game designer and film maker generates uncanny resonance via collage and subversion in new film Care and album Harmattan. By Abi Bliss.

The Primer: Horace Tapscott & The Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra: A user’s guide to the recorded legacy of the prolific US pianist, composer, bandleader, organiser and activist. By Francis Gooding.

Black Dice: After almost a decade dormant the joyfully elastic noise trio make their return with a new album of effervescent edits and psychedelic humour. By Marc Masters.

Invisible Jukebox: Alan & Sir Richard Bishop: The erstwhile Sun City Girls bask in the rays of a mystery record selection. Tested by each other.

Anthony Wood 1948–2021: The Wire’s founder has died. Obituary by Tony Herrington

Tara Clerkin Trio: Homemade fusion from the Bristol group. By Clive Bell

L'Rain: Taja Cheek processes the past via evocative sonic collage. By Claire Biddles

Mazaher: The Zãr tradition handled with care by the Egyptian ensemble. By Louis Pattison

Magda Mayas: Berlin based pianist gets graphic and tactile. By Peter Margasak

Global Ear: Artists in the Texas Llano Estacado flatlands embrace the stark landscape. By Josh Feola

Unlimited Editions: We Jazz

Unofficial Channels: The Heat Warps

The Inner Sleeve: Midori Takada on Toru Takemitsu’s Corona

Epiphanies: Conny Plank and Holger Czukay teach Youth to embrace his mistakes

The Wire Tapper 57: A track by track guide to this issue’s free CD