Listen to a selection of tracks by the American saxophonist, lyricist and improviser
An exclusive mix compiled and annotated by Luke Younger, aka Helm and one half of Birds Of Delay.
Listen to a selection of tracks from The Wire 334 Office Ambience
Stream tracks by Liz Harris aka Grouper
Listen to a selection of recordings by the Belgian sound artist
Stream a "preview-collage" of the four recordings from Zuydervelt's audiovisual project involving Jim Denley & Espen Reinertsen, Burkhard Beins & Jon Mueller, Mats Gustafsson & Nate Wooley, Erik Carlsson & Steven Hess.
Listen to tracks from the second album attributed to Ursula Bogner and released on Jan Jelinek's Faitiche label.
Stream three 'sonic investigations' by the location recordist Ernst Karel
Listen to unreleased and exclusive tracks by Pete Swanson (formerly one half of Yellow Swans)
Listen to tracks by Luke Younger aka Helm
Listen to a selection of tracks from The Wire's November Office Ambience
A mix exclusive to The Wire, from Konx-Om-Pax (aka Tom Scholefield), with two and a half hours of music, from Blawan and Rustie to James Ferraro, Chris & Cosey, and Alexander Robotnik. Konx-Om-Pax plays with Trevor Jackson on 7 October at Display Copy, Glasgow The Berkeley Suite.
Listen to music from Chicago's Hieroglyphic Being
Listen to a mix put together by the folks at The Empty Bottle, featuring artists who will be appearing at The Wire's Adventures In Modern Music festival in Chicago, 28 September–2 October.
Stream three tracks by the musician, artist and Chicks On Speed member
Stream two live tracks performed by the jazz trio
Listen to tracks by this month's Invisible Jukebox subjects
Listen to The Wire 332 Office Ambience
Stream tracks from Stockholm-based Malcolm Pardon and Peder Mannerfelt's forthcoming album
Listen to three tracks of 'vintage' electronics.
Listen to two excerpts from Jana Winderen's field recording compositions
Listen to a track from Andy Stott's forthcoming EP
Listen to a selection of tracks from The Wire's Office Ambience for September 2011
Listen to three tracks by the Opalio brothers.