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#313 March 2010
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MAG

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WIRE 313 WIRE 313
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2/22/2010

"On the cover of this month's issue: Caledonia Dreaming (Alasdair Roberts and the wyrd sound of Glasgow). Features: Geiom (Joe Muggs meets the Nottingham producer who is equally at ease with dubstep, Grime and UK Funky); Sebastian Lexer (The inventor of the piano+ tells Philip Clark why he has wired his ivories to a computer program); Yabby You RIP (Derek Walmsley pays tribute to a reggae artist, whose spirituals transcended the poverty of their creation); Global Ear: Houston; Cross Platform: Céleste Boursier-Mougenot (The French sound artist tells Louise Gray why finches are the guitarists of choice for his London installation); Invisible Jukebox: Dylan Nyoukis (The Blood Stereo vocal improviser and Chocolate Monk founder mouths off about The Wire's mystery record selection); The Thirteenth Assembly (Howard Mandel diagnoses the state of downtown jazz with the uncompromising quartet of Taylor Ho Bynum, Mary Halvorson, Jessica Pavone and Tomas Fujiwara); Marina Rosenfeld (Working with teenagers, amateurs and professionals, The New York composer and sound artist gives Legti the American Idol treatment); The Moodies (These British former art students scandalized the early 1970s with their burlesque, postmodern cabaret); Epiphanies (Going to school next door to the madhouse where 19th century poet John Clare was incarcerated left its mark on writer Alan Moore)." 100 pages.