Listen to three tracks from dub master Scientist...
Listen to a short extract taken from William Bennett & Mimsy DeBlois's original 2-hour work Extralinguistic Sequencing, which premiered at London's Tate Britain as part of the Speculative Realism event held there in September 2010.
Listen to two tracks off Teatime, mid-1970s free improvisation from Garry Todd/Dave Solomon/John Russell/Nigel Coombes/Steve Beresford recently reissued by Emanem
Listen to a track off their EP Of Light...
Listen to a selection of tracks from The Wire December 2010 Office Ambience
Listen to work by the polymathic Belgian composer
Watch and listen to artists who will be performing at the forthcoming MazaJ festival of Middle Eastern music, London Cafe Oto & City University, 18, 20 & 21 November. Supported by The Wire.
Listen to a track from Sone Institute & Dollboy, exclusive to The Wire...
Listen to exclusive tracks from Jennifer Walshe...
Listen to two exclusive tracks from Kommissar Hjuler...
We asked Barry Esson and Bryony McIntyre, the organisers of Glasgow's Instal 2010 (12–14 November), to give us an idea about what the forthcoming festival of experimental music will be like. Scroll down to listen, watch and read about the artists involved...
Listen to a selection of tracks from The Wire November 2010 Office Ambience
Watch and listen to work by artists who will be taking part in the forthcoming Cut & Splice festival, 4–6 November
Listen to an exclusive compilation by the Complainer (aka Wojciech Kucharczyk, founder of Poland's Mik.musik.!. label), with previously unreleased tracks
Listen to Tecnobrega tracks from the city of Belém in northern Brazil, as featured in Andy Cumming's article in The Wire 320
Listen to music from the anarchic Improv and noise collective
Listen to tracks from Marley Starskey Butler, EVOL, Lee Gamble and Haptic, courtesy of the Entr'acte label, covered in The Wire 320 by Derek Walmsley
Listen to a selection of work from the French sound poet Anne-James Chaton
Listen to a selection of tracks from The Wire October 2010 Office Ambience
Listen to a selection of tracks composed by Michael Finnissy, to accompany Philip Clark's discussion of modern composition in our Retro-Activity special
Listen to extracts from Sinister Resonance, read by the author
Hear exclusive music recorded in rehearsal sessions between 1971-3
Download a selection of Wierd label MP3s
Download two versions of Chris de Burgh's "Lady In Red"