Watch a video made by MFO's Marcel Weber for a track from Eric Holm's new album.
Stream a live performance of Maria Chavez's Llafeci, a composition for cello, rocks and poles.
Watch a live performance by Japanese poet Gozo Yoshimasu performing with Tamio Shiraishi and Cammisa Buerhaus, recorded by the musician Aki Onda.
Watch a recording of Jandek rehearsing for a concert in Minneapolis in 2013, taken from the documentary I Know You Well. The elusive legend was interviewed face to face for the first time by David Keenan, featured in The Wire 360 and 361.
Watch seven short videos made during a recent instalment of the collective Japanese underground music event in Tokyo, featured in The Wire 360.
Stream a video of artist Rosanne Robertson's performance during Manchester's Noise Above Noise night. The bimonthly event series is featured in an article by Frances Morgan in The Wire 360.
Watch a film by improvising violinist and field recordist Kathy
Alberici and film maker Martha Jurksaitis.
Watch a rough edit of Jef Mertens' as yet uncompleted
documentary on the long running noise outfit.
Watch a short extract from Filme I, a compilation of
work by percussionist Sven-Åke Johansson. Filme I is
reviewed by Nick Cain in The Wire 358.
Watch "Themogene", a visualisation using processed footage from
I Dream Of Wires, a documentary on modular synths,
covered by Mark Pilkington in The Wire 358.
Watch the video for an excerpt of Demdike Stare's next
Testpressing, Fail. Sean Canty and Miles Whittaker are
on the cover of The Wire 358.
Watch an excerpt of Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen's innovative
1977 film Riddles Of The Sphinx, sountracked by Soft
Machine's Mike Ratledge.
Watch a video for "Fragment", a track from Emptyset's
forthcoming album, Recur.
Stream an interview with the artist Haroon Mirza
Watch an excerpt from Elisabeth Rasmussen's documentary on Bruno
Wizard, co-founder of punk outfits The Rejects, and later, The
Homosexuals. The Heart Of Bruno Wizard is reviewed by
Skhdev Sandhu in The Wire 356.
Watch a video about the British Library's Sound Archive, the
curators and conservationists who catalogue and convert sounds, and
the collections stored deep below its London residences on the