Listen to tracks selected by The Wire staffers, played during the production of our April 2013. Tracks by Actress, Dennis Johnson, Ashley Paul and more.
Stream live recordings from Factory Floor's ICA performance with artist Hannah Sawtell.
Listen to a selection of tracks by musicians featured in Louise Morris's article about the DIY music scene in Honduran capital, Tegucigalpa, featured in The Wire 349.
These bands could be your life! Stream a playlist based on Peter Shapiro's breakdown of the precision-drilled punk songs that came out of America's underground in the early 1980s, featured in The Wire 349.
Stream two tracks featuring Swedish power jazz saxophonist and creative dynamo Mats Gustafsson, featured in an article by Daniel Spicer in The Wire 349.
Stream an exclusive track, "Love To Break The Fall" from Annie 'Anxiety' Bandez and Baby Dee's State Of Grace. Little Annie is the subject of The Wire 349's Invisible Jukebox feature, tested by Dave Mandl.
Stream the entirety of experimental radio collagist Ergo Phizmiz's Omniumusik, an unreleased album of music inspired by Flann O'Brien. Phizmiz is featured in an article by Clive Bell in The Wire 349.
Stream a selection of tracks that were played in The Wire HQ during the production of our March 2013 issue #349.
Listen to a selection of recordings made at Amsterdam's STudio for Electro-Instrumental Music, compiled and annotated by STEIM's most recent director, Takuro Mizuta Lippit aka dj sniff. STEIM's 40-plus years of activities are the subject of a feature by Will Montgomery in The Wire 348.
Listen to an exclusive track by Joshua Abrams and the Natural Information Society. Abrams is featured in The Wire 348 in an article by Bill Meyer.
Stream Daniel Lopatin aka Oneohtrix Point Never's full The Fall Into Time LP. Lopatin is featured in an article by Derek Walmsley in The Wire 348.
Stream some of the sounds that we've been listening to during the making of The Wire 348.
Stream a selection of tracks by artists covered by Jo Burzynska in The Wire 347 Global Ear, looking at the New Zealand city's post-quake experimental music scene.
Stream an unreleased track by Starkey, recorded for his Orbits album. Starkey wrote an Inner Sleeve article on Spiritualized's Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space album in The Wire 346. Orbits is is out on Civil Music.
Stream a selection of sounds that we've been listening to at The Wire HQ during the making of issue 347.
Stream a compilation of music by artists on the Slowfoot label, selected by label boss Frank Byng. Slowfoot is featured in an article by Nick Southgate in The Wire 346.
Stream a sound-led radio drama based on the story of Orpheus and Eurydice, by Melanie Clifford, Alisdair McGregor and Howard Jacques. McGregor and Jacques are featured in an article by Zakia Uddin in The Wire 346.
Listen to a collection of tracks by artists on Rob Ellis aka Pinch's Tectonic label. Pinch is the subject of The Wire 346 Invisible Jukebox, tested by Joe Muggs.
Stream tracks by Kemper Norton, Hacker Farm and IX Tab. Farmer Glitch, Kek-W, Bren, IX Tab and Kemper Norton (pictured above) are featured in Matthew Ingram's article in The Wire 346 looking at electronic music makers and culture jackers in the UK's West Country.
Listen to a selection of the sounds that we were playing in The Wire offices for the November issue, including Nathan Bowles (of Pelt), Jan Jelinek, Production Unit and more.
Stream a selection of tracks compiled by Gabriel Stargardter, author of The Wire 346 Global Ear, looking at the cumbia sound systems in Mexico City's Tepito neighbourhood.
Stream a selection of tracks featuring the German jazz saxophone colossus. Brötzmann is featured in an article by David Keenan in The Wire 345, with a follow up article based on the same interview in The Wire 346.
Stream the entire soundtrack to artist Beatrice Gibson's new film inspired by the compositional techniques of Cornelius Cardew. Gibson is featured in an article by Julian Cowley in The Wire 345.
Stream recordings of Barely Accurate, a live performance by the Danish music collective, Yoyooyoy, featured in an article by Daniel Spicer in The Wire 345.