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.
Listen to the entirety of Loren Connors & Suzanne Langille's I Wish I Didn't Dream album, out on Northern Spy Records in November 2012. Connors and Langille are the subject of The Wire 345 Invisible Jukebox, tested by Jason Gross.
Stream a selection of music from groups featured in The Wire 345 Global Ear Basque Country article by Mark Lore.
Listen to the sounds we've been playing on The Wire stereo while putting together the November 2012 issue.
Get warmed up for the Chicago Afro-futurist's performance at The Wire's Rewired event at the Royal Albert Hall on 10 October.
Listen to three audio excerpts from live recordings made at the premiere of Hideaki Takahashi's media opera. Biba Kopf reports on Takahashi’s hi-tech media opera work and La Fura Dels Baus’s post-Industrial take on Wagner's Ring cycle in The Wire 288.
Stream a selection of tracks by improvising alto saxophonist Christine Abdelnour, subject of an article by Daniel Spicer in The Wire 344.
Stream a selection of tracks by artists featured in The Wire 344 Global Ear article on Hanoi, Vietnam by David Crosbie.
Stream "Evening Scars", a track from William Basinski's Shortwavemusic album. Basinski's Epiphany article is featured in The Wire 344.
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.