Listen to some of the tracks we've been playing on the office hifi during the making of The Wire 355 September 2013 issue.
Listen to a recording made by Danish electronic music pioneer Else Marie Pade, with sound artist Jacob Kirkegaard.
Listen to solo work by Chicago Underground musician Rob Mazurek, and a track by his Exploding Star Orchestra.
Listen to a track by the Hamburg DJ and producer, featured in an article by Joe Muggs in The Wire 354.
The career of the New York City based artist and composer Meredith Monk spans 40 years and takes in music, film, dance and theatre, listen to a collection of her early work in the 1960s and 70s.
Listen to solo and collaborative tracks by the Falcon (ex-Circle) frontman and Ektro Records boss Jussi Lehtisalo. Lehtisalo is the subject of The Wire 354 Invisible Jukebox, tested by Petri Kuljuntausta.
Listen to recordings by the Portland based American folk guitarist. Anderson talks to Nick Southgate in The Wire 354.
The anti-government protests that have shaken Istanbul since the end of May have prompted a wide range of musicians to respond with new work, inspired and informed by the uprising in Taksim Square’s Gezi Park.
Listen to three exclusive recordings of late 1980s/early 90s UK psychedelic heroes Terminal Cheesecake rehearsing in early July, in a farmhouse in Le Roche, France.
Listen to a selection of tracks that were played in The Wire offices during the production of the August 2013 issue.
Listen to a selection of tracks as a primer to The Wire Salon, which returns after a two month break with an illustrated talk by historian David Crowley, exploring the politics of experimentation that reigned in the state funded radio and recording studios of Eastern Europe during the 1960s and 1970s.
Listen to a selection of sound works by the Japanese composer Ryoko Akama, featured in The Wire 353 in an article by Abi Bliss.
Stream a selection of tracks by artists featured in Paul Margree's Global Ear: Kowloon article, looking at some of Hong Kong's underground music makers, in The Wire 353.
Stream a recording of a performance by German trio The Durian Brothers, a reinterpratation of "Inside Palace" from their Clubs EP.
Listen to three tracks by Metzger, who expands the vocabulary of the banjo, modifying it and filtering it through Hindustani classical music. Covered by Byron Coley in The Wire 353.
Listen to some of the music that was played in The Wire HQ during the making of issue 353, July 2013. With tracks from Paul Metzger, Richard Pinhas, Don Cherry, The Siege Of Troy, Peter Jefferies, Legowelt and more.
Stream three unreleased tracks by the Lithuanian composer, featured in The Wire 353 in an article by Clive Bell.
Five tracks by the Dutch composer and poet, subject of this month's Invisible Jukebox article, tested by Philip Clark.
Listen to a selection of tracks by artists featured in The Wire 352 Global Ear article on the no-brow Noise activities in Australia's Newcastle, with track notes by correspondent Cooper Bowman.
A collection of this month's best incoming tracks culled from the stereo at The Wire HQ.
Listen to two recordings from gonzo ethnomusicology label Sublime Frequencies's Ethnic Minority Music Of Southern China.
Stream a 17 minute mix of new material from a collaboration between Maria Chavez and Maria Minerva, Maria2maria.
Erkki Kurenniemi built the first electronic music studio at The University of Helsinki. Listen to three versions of the first official piece to come out of the studio, the electronic noise piece On-Off.
Listen to two Wolf Eyes tracks released on Mike Connelly's Gods Of Tundra label. Wolf Eyes are featured in an article by Marc Masters in The Wire 351.