Issue 367

September 2014

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Dean Blunt
David Keenan talks black metal, free jazz and life after Hype Williams with East London’s shapeshifting samplist

David Rosenboom
From brainwaves to stellar oscillations, the US composer finds sonic inspiration in all possible worlds. By Julian Cowley

The Primer Pharoah Sanders
The freewheeling saxophonist’s career spans decades, encompassing some of free jazz’s essential recordings. Phil Freeman presents a user’s guide

Slackk
The London grime producer thinks outside the box. By Maya Kalev

Sound And Chaos
Martin Bisi’s Brooklyn studio on film. By Phil Freeman

Drew Mulholland
The Glasgow hauntologist formerly known as Mount Vernon Arts Lab resurfaces with an album of chamber music. By Joseph Stannard

Catherine Lamb
Patience is a virtue in the evolving tones of this Berlin based composer. By Nick Cain

Cross Platform Sarah Angliss
Secret histories of sound are animated by the Brighton artist’s uncanny inventions. By Abi Bliss

Invisible Jukebox Justin Broadrick
The Godflesh founder feels the weight of The Wire’s mystery record selection. Tested by David Stubbs

The Inner Sleeve
Jad Fair on NRBQ’s Tiddlywinks

Epiphanies
Mississippi Records founder Eric Isaacson’s quest for vinyl takes him beyond the grave

On Screen
New films and DVDs:
Taking The Dog For A Walk surveys London’s free improvisors

Print Run
New music books:
We Thought We Could Change The World by Peter Brötzmann with Gérard Rouy
Him Through Me: Making Love And Music In The Sixties & Seventies by Pamela Windo
Future Days: Krautrock And The Building Of Modern Germany by David Stubbs
Noise In My Head: Voices From The Ugly Australian Underground by Jimi Kritzler

On Location
Recent festivals, gigs and clubs:
Theo Parrish: Teddy’s Get-Down, London, UK
Borealis, Bergen, Norway
Marina Rosenfeld, London, UK
Supersonic Ltd Edt, Birmingham, UK
Festival International De Musique Actuelle Victoriaville, Victoriaville, Canada

On Site
Recent exhibitions: Yvonne Rainer and Sergei Tcherepnin

Soundcheck A–Z

Ginger Baker
Boxhead Ensemble
Vashti Bunyan
Cannibal Movie
Mike Cooper
Mike Cooper & Chris Abrahams
Robert Curgenven
Death Grips
Tashi Dorji
Earth
Fofoulah
Goat
Half Japanese
Ian Humberstone & David Chatton Barker
Jenny Hval & Susanna
Darius Jones & Matthew Shipp
King Ayisoba
konstruKt & Joe McPhee
Dave Liebman & Steve Dalachinsky
Lydia Lunch & Cypress Grove
Mai Mai Mai
Louis Moholo-Moholo Unit
Monarch
Keir Neuringer
Nisennenmondai
Per Nørgård
Paul Panhuysen
Pere Ubu
Daniel Patrick Quinn
Red Snapper
Eric Revis Quartet
Rustie
Signor Benedick The Moor
Tarbaby with Oliver Lake & Marc 
Ducret
Tricky
Various Tliltic Tlapoyauak
Wolf Vostell
Girma Yifrashewa
Bora Yoon
Ziguri

The Boomerang

AFX
Aphex Twin
Caustic Window
Pascal Comelade
Brigitte Fontaine
Jef Gilson
Lee Morgan – Clifford Jordan Quintet
Severed Heads
Sun Ra Arkestra
Various Tropicalia: Ou Panis Et Circencis
Various No Seattle: Forgotten Sounds Of The North-West Grunge Era 1986–1997
Various Jonny Trunk Presents: Funny Old Shit – A Trunk Records Sampler Volume 1
Various The Barley Mow: Field Recordings And A Film Made In Suffolk In The 1950s
Various The Flax In Bloom: Traditional Songs, Airs And Dance Music In Ulster
Various Good Humour For The Rest Of The Night: Traditional Dance Music In Northumberland And Cumberland
Various Orkney: Traditional Dance Music From Orkney
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