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#300 February 2009
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MAG

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WIRE 300 WIRE 300
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1/26/2009

On the cover of this month's issue: Jeff Mills (Space is still the place for the Detroit techno pioneer. Exclusive interview by Derek Walmsley). Features: Martyn (The Dutch producer on pitchshifting from drum 'n' bass to techno-influenced dubstep); Mary Halvorson (Philip Clark hears how the New York based People person is ringing the changes for jazz guitar); Hamilton Yarns (The countryside around Brighton is the inspiration for the yarnspinning pre-rockers, says Julian Cowley); Global Ear: Tehran (Lucinda Dunn and Nima Shaeyghi report on new strains of roots and fusion music in the Iranian capital); Cross Platform: Ding>>Dong (Fragmented Orchestra's pulsating electronic brain fires David Stubb's synapses at Liverpool's FACT) Invisible Jukebox: James Plotkin (The dark lord of the American underground gets to grips with The Wire's mystery record box); No-Neck Blues Band (In a rare interview, New York's leaderless collective discuss ways of summoning form from formlessness); The Primer: William S Burroughs (Jack Sargeant surveys the recorded output of the literary outlaw, from his spoken word documents to his cut-up tape and celluloid experiments; Epiphanies: British film director Chris Petit gets carried away by lines heard on the radio.