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#322 December 2010
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MAG

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WIRE 322 WIRE 322
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11/22/2010

"On the cover of this month's issue: Shackleton (The Skull Disco co-founder has survived his Soundboy's Suicide Note and moved to Berlin to craft his apocalyptic beat visions). Features: Jon Mueller (Inspired by the Shakers, the Milwaukee percussionist makes a virtue of simplicity); Shabazz Palaces (Lisa Blanning talks to the artist formerly known as Butterfly, of Digable Planets, about his new project); Vomir (Romain Perrot builds Harsh Noise Walls to protect himself from worldly temptations); Global Ear: Budapest & Pecs (Nathan Budzinski observes a festival's attempts to forge links with Hungary's outsider communities); Cross Platform: Charlie Morrow (The chemist turned musician and sound artist's large-scale city works address the damage mankind has done to the planet); Invisible Jukebox: William Bennett (The Whitehouse founder comes under fire from The Wire's mystery record selection); Name June Paik (On the eve of a major retrospective in Liverpool, Brian Morton draws on his unpublished interviews to portray the Korean video/TV artist as dada composer); Scientist (The expat Jamaican dub master distills four decades of sonic science into the data packets he chops into his dubstep collaborations); Epiphanies (John Szwed discovers a different kind of harmolodics at an Ornette Coleman week in Hartford, Connecticut)."