WIRE - #459 I May 2022 MAG

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Inside this issue:

: For three decades the Argentinian psych travellers have surfed a cosmic sea of collaboration and communication. By Emily Pothast. Reynols on disc: A short guide to some of the outfit’s most notable releases. By Kurt Gottschalk

Valentina Magaletti: From improv to dreampop to gamelan, the prolific London based drummer keeps her options open. By Ilia Rogatchevski

Ivo Perelman: The tireless Brazilian saxophonist harnesses the unrepeatable beauty of the moment across a broad collaborative career. By Phil Freeman

Invisible Jukebox: King Jammy: Will The Wire’s mystery record selection send the pioneering Jamaican producer retreating under his sleng teng? Tested by Jordan Chung

Unlimited Editions: Fonolith Records

Unofficial Channels: Data Sonification Archive

Helms Alee: Seattle psych trio thrive in global crisis. By Neil Kulkarni

Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh: Adventurous violist craves the sound of metal. By Clive Bell

Blod: Back to church for the Swedish musician. By Louis Pattison

Oksana Linde: The Venezuelan-Ukrainian composer breaks surface. By Louise Gray

Global Ear: Kyiv: Underground survival in the Ukraine capital. By Ivan Shelekhov

The Inner Sleeve: Dennis Bovell on The Slits’ Cut

Epiphanies: Edward Henderson finds illumination in a sweaty East