Stream the improvising saxophonist's entire Trace album, originally released on cassette by the Tapeworm label. Butcher is the subject of The Wire 344 Invisible Jukebox, tested by Clive Bell.
Stream Spiegel's "The Orient Express" (composed and recorded June–July 1974). Composer and computer music pioneer Spiegel is featured in an article by Frances Morgan in The Wire 344.
Stream a track by US improvising drone outfit Pelt, who are featured in an article by David Keenan in The Wire 344.
Stream a selection of the music we've been listening to this month in The Wire office.
Stream tracks from Stian Westerhus & Sidsel Endresen's duo album Didymoi Dreams and Westerhus's The Matriarch And The Wrong Kind Of Flowers.
Listen to three guitar based compositions by the mallet wielding minimalist Liverpool group, featured in an article by Abi Bliss in The Wire 343.
Stream "Motor City" and "Torque One" from Hood's forthcoming album.
Stream "Elizabeth Tree" by Sone Institute, exclusive to The Wire.
Listen to an excerpt of a performance by Exit at London's Roundhouse during the ICES 72 festival, exclusive to The Wire
Stream "Child Of God", "O Stars" and "Blood Rushing", tracks from Foster's forthcoming album Blood Rushing, out in September.
Stream tracks by Montreal based artists, featured in The Wire 343 Global Ear by Ryan Alexander Diduck
Listen to a selection of tracks that we've been playing this month at The Wire HQ.
Stream a selection of location recordings made in Berlin as part of Peter Cusack's ongoing Favourite Sounds project. Cusack is the subject of The Wire 342 Invisible Jukebox, tested by Phil England.
Watch a YouTube playlist of tracks compiled by Mark Ernestus for the charts page of The Wire 342.
Stream excerpts from the sound art gallery SoundFjord's performance series in Bermondsey, London.
Stream an exclusive live recording of Luke Younger's set at the De La Warr Pavilion in June.
Stream edits and reworks of tracks by TVO, aka Ruaridh Law, from each of his six albums.
Stream "Rosemarie", composed by Reinhold Friedl and performed by Keiji Haino and Zeitkratzer.
Stream unreleased tracks selected by Zeitkratzer leader Reinhold Friedl, subject of The Wire's Invisible Jukebox in issue 341, tested by André Vida.
Listen to a selection of unreleased compositions using a digital voice processor (DVP, or vocoder) and 4-track tape recorder, made by Merkey in 2010–11.
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.