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#336 February 2012
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WIRE 336 WIRE 336
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1/19/2012

"On the cover: Lil B (Lisa Blanning travels to San Francisco for an audience with the Based God, who's subverting hiphop with complex notions of sexuality and race). Features: Keith Fullerton Whitman (Derek Walmsley hears tales of modular madness, computer geniuses and pinball wizardry from the New England composer/archivist); ICES Festival (In 1971, maverick impresario Harvey Matusow staged a carnival of experimental music and art in London that's never been surpassed); Global Ear: Delhi - Jaipur; Cross Platform: Ian Helliwell (The Brighton boffin celebrates electronica's hobbyist years in a new documentary); Los Llamarada (Byron Coley mourns the demise of a heroic, Mexican avant rock outfit, victims of social decline); Ital (Part-time Sex Worker Daniel Martin-McCormick channels YouTube effluent into the rickety House structures of his latest project); Invisible Jukebox: Charles Hayward (The avantist drummer of This Heat, Massacre, About Group and more drops a beat with The Wire's mystery record selection); Epiphanies (A Barbara Hepworth sculpture connects the dots between meditation and folk protest for Linder)."