“Somewhere between a travelling cinema and theatre troupe, a kiss-a-gram...” Read an interview with the artist and film maker about her multifaceted, confrontational Party For Freedom audio visual work. By Nathan Budzinski
Read an interview with the late composer Robert Ashley, who died on 3 March 2014
Read an interview with the late composer Bernard Parmegiani, by Rahma Khazam. First published in The Wire 176, October 1998.
Since producing seminal albums by The Ramones, Suicide and Blondie, Craig Leon has had an active career in the music biz – from TV work and country recordings to his 1981 New Age synthesizer album for the Takoma label. He talks to Jennifer Lucy Allan about his early stints in the studio and the vagaries of the archival reissue market.
Mark Pilkington speaks to the man behind a book exploring the crossovers between insect noises and synthesized sounds.
Dennis Johnson's newly recorded piece November, which inspired La Monte Young's The Well Tuned Piano, rewrites the history of minimalism. Clive Bell talks to the elusive mathematician.
The historian and radio broadcaster talks about the power of eavesdropping and the roar of the crowd, as heard in Noise: A Human History, his new 30 part series for BBC Radio 4. By Nathan Budzinski.
As musicians at the forefront of the Athenian music scene, Coti K, Ilios and Nikos Veliotis triangulate drones, strings and oscillations. Sophia Ignatidou interviews the trio.
Mark Fisher's unedited transcript of his interview with underground dubstep artist Burial
Check out this exclusive (and extended) two part interview with Jeff Mills...
The film maker and journalist talks to Nathan Budzinski about pop trash, posh documentaries and writing with archives.
Read the unedited transcript of Hype Williams's Invisible Jukebox, tested by Lisa Blanning.
The unedited transcript of Biba Kopf's interview with Robert Wyatt. A feature based on this interview appeared in issue #163 of The Wire
Read the full transcript of Daniel Spicer's interview with Kommissar Hjuler, featured in The Wire 321...
Read the unedited transcript of Phil Freeman's interview with free jazz saxophonist Noah Howard who died 3 September, 2010. An article based on this interview appeared in The Wire 263, January 2006
Matt Elliott talks to Joseph Stannard about the Bristol DIY scene which produced his recently reactivated project, Third Eye Foundation, alongside Flying Saucer Attack, Crescent and Movietone, as discussed in The Wire 319's Retro-Activity feature.
Read an unedited transcript of Louise Gray's interview with Chicks On Speed, Dundee Contemporary Arts, 4–5 June, 2010.
Read the unedited transcript of Joe Muggs's interview with Konx-Om-Pax
Read the full unedited transcript of Rob Young's interview with Carsten Nicolai and Blixa Bargeld
Read the full transcription from Daniel Spicer's interview with the quixotic New York saxophonist
Read the unedited transcript from Derek Walmsley's interview with Detroit's DJ Stingray
Read Phil Freeman's unedited transcript of his interview with the avant jazz giant
Read the unedited transcript from Derek Walmsley's interview with Monolake
Everyone's heard of them, no one knows what they do. Mark Sinker investigates Auntie's best-kept secret. This article was originally published in The Wire 96 (February 1992).