Listen to selected tracks from what's been on rotation in The Wire office.
Listen to the US minimalist's new album
Listen to a selection of tracks by R Stevie Moore, compiled by the man himself.
Listen to a selection of tracks by Ralph Cumbers (aka Bass Clef/Coseph Jonrad), featured in The Wire 340 in an article by Joseph Stannard.
Stream a selection of work by the composer Annea Lockwood, featured in an article by Julian Cowley in The Wire 340.
Listen to The Wire 340 Office Ambience.
Listen to a selection of tracks off this recent compilation from the Malört Förlag label.
Download the entirety of Benedict Drew's album, exclusive to The Wire.
Listen to two tracks by Sean McCann, who is featured in an article by David Keenan in The Wire 339.
Stream the sounds we've been listening to in the office over the past month.
Listen to a selection of exclusive tracks by guitarist Mary Halvorson and collaborators. Halvorson is the subject of The Wire 339 Invisible Jukebox feature, tested by Howard Mandel.
Stream a selection of music by Hanna Tuulikki and her collaborators.
Listen to a collection of music compiled and annotated by the American trumpet player. Wooley is featured in an article by Dan Warburton in The Wire 338.
Stream an exclusive extract from Cameron Stallones' Prayer Tapes Vol 2
Listen to the April, 2012 edition of our Office Ambience
Stream three unreleased tracks created and recorded by :zoviet*france: on location in north Northumberland in 2011.
Listen to selections from the Office Ambience for our March 2011 issue.
Listen to songs from the Aimer et Perdre album, compiled by Christopher King and Susan Archie.
Listen to the now-defunct Mexican outfit's 2009 The Collapse Of Today.
Stream music by the Brighton based sound inventor and film maker
Listen to the Office Ambience for the February 2012 issue.
Listen to three impressions of the work of Schumann, Kagel and Ferrari, by Bernhard Schütz & Reinhold Friedl, Frédéric Blondy & DJ Lenar, and Rinus Van Alebeek respectively.
Listen to a track from free jazz saxophonist Charles Gayle's new album, Streets
Stream a recording made specially for The Wire by Joe Bussard, telling the story of the Fonotone label he founded on which a young John Fahey made his first recordings.