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#344 October 2012
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WIRE 344 WIRE 344
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9/17/2012

"Attached to the cover of this issue....The Wire Tapper 30. The latest volume in our ongoing and exclusive series of groundbreaking new music compilations ensuring that this issue is available via the widest range of retailers and reaches the maximum number of readers. On the cover: Flying Lotus (Britt Brown meets the producer at his Los Angeles home to hear how his sampladelic music inhabits a world of children's stories); Laurie Spiegel (The computer music pioneer retraces the buzzing circuitry of New York's 1970s electronic music scene); Pelt (As the US drone collective release their first album since the death of former member Jack Rose, David Keenan meets the hillbilly Theater Of Eternal Music); Invisible Jukebox: John Butcher (The improvising saxophonist and feedback explorer applies spontaneous listening techniques to The Wire's mystery record selection); Cross Platform: Aldo Tambellini (The radical video artist's explosive black and white visions cast the 1960s in a dark light); Global Ear: Hanoi (David Crosbie finds a contemporary music vanguard thriving in Vietnam despite a lack of state support); Collateral Damage: As formats become obsolete, sound archivists must rethink how we preserve audio). Epiphanies: William Basinski puts on his stilettos and eyeliner and meets David Bowie backstage in Pennsylvania."