Wire 425 (July 2019)
$ 9.99
On the cover: Moor Mother: As Camae Ayewa prepares for her appearances at Birmingham’s Supersonic festival, Philadelphia’s globally active artist, performer, poet and activist discusses time, destiny and futurism. By Emily Pothast. Also in this issue: Ellen Arkbro: Her latest album CHORDS takes the Swedish composer into a new realm of sound and space. By Claire Sawers. The Primer: Latin freestyle: Let the music play with our guide to the non-planar vortices of the influential 1980s New York style. By Peter Shapiro. Invisible Jukebox: The Bohman Brothers: Will the London duo need to improvise in the face of The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by Clive Bell. Plus, Unlimited Editions: Paradigm Discs, Crystal AxisBig StickDamon LocksStockhausen’s Lost Sea Shanty, Global Ear: Córdoba, The Inner Sleeve chosen by Dale Cornish, Epiphanies by Khyam Allami, 40 pages of reviews and much more