WIRE - #460 I June 2022 MAG

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On the cover: Phew: The Japanese punk survivor and intrepid vocalist/composer continues to build an impressive catalogue of collaborations, solo projects and band work in a career now spanning over 40 years. By Emily Pothast. Japanese punk primer: A round-up of notable outliers of Japanese punk and post-punk. By Alan Cummings

The Primer: Pauline Oliveros: A Deep Listening dive into the recordings (and cisterns) of the composer and accordionist who pioneered radical new ways of listening and living. By Louise Gray. Ione: The writer, playwright and director, and creative/life partner of Pauline Oliveros, continues their work to connect communities and listeners. By Vanessa Ague

Invisible Jukebox: Ava Mendoza: Will The Wire’s mystery record selection shred the nerves of the virtuoso guitarist? Tested by George Grella

The Dream Syndicate: Since their 2012 reunion, the US psych trailblazers have let their freak flag fly across a run of trippy releases including new album Ultraviolet Battle Hymns & True Confessions. By Joseph Stannard

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Black Glass Ensemble: Environmentalist chamber group follow the data. By Phil England

Deborah Walker & Silvia Tarozzi: Finest worksongs for the Italian cello and viola duo. By Peter Margasak

Julmud: The Palestinian producer and rapper collages industrial sounds from across the Middle East. By Miloš Hroch

Floris Vanhoof: Transforming sound and vision is fair game for the Belgian artist and instrument builder. By Claire Biddles

Global Ear: Moscow: The invasion of Ukraine has pushed the Russian counterculture into retreat. By Arthur Kuzmin