Ashley Paul talks to Nick Southgate about unlearing her jazz and improv training, finding her voice and mastering technology in The Wire 350.
Watch an exclusive video of singer and multi-instrumentalist Ashley Paul's "Sail", a track off her new album, Line The Clouds.
Watch an exclusive film about Phill Niblock, by Frederick Bernas, visiting him at his Experimental Intermedia space in New York. Niblock will be performing at Cafe Oto on 28 February.
Watch a recording of Alasdair Roberts and David McGuinness performing their arrangement of the traditional song "Long A-Growing" at Glasgow's Print Studios, 6 September, 2012. Video by John MacKechnie.
Watch and listen to a selection of tracks used to try Bryan Ferry's recall in The Wire 347 Invisible Jukebox, tested by Michael Bracewell.
Watch two videos of San Francisco based composer Holly Herndon performing live.
Watch an exclusive extract from Carl Theodor Dreyer's 1928 silent classic The Passion Of Joan Of Arc, rereleased on DVD in November with a soundtrack by Loren Connors. The Passion Of Joan Of Arc is reviewed by Nina Power in The Wire 346.
Stream a playlist of tracks drawn from the discography in Trip Or Squeek's Big Amplifier, a new anthology of Savage Pencil's Wire comic strips.
Watch The Ghosts Of Bush and Haunted Homes Under The Hammer video slideshows. Sound artist and Resonance FM presenter Robin Warren aka Robin The Fog is featured in The Wire 345 in an article by Sukhdev Sandhu.
Watch excerpts from Sound Aspects Of Material Elements and Mimema by the sound artist and composer John Grzinich.
Watch a full length film about R Stevie Moore, filmed in Nashville, and with a specially composed score.
Stream a video of the title track from Project UNDARK's recent album, a collaboration between Dieter Moebius, the vocalist Phew and Erika Kobayashi.
Watch a take of Krapp's Last Tape, Samuel Beckett's one man stage play, produced by Dani Gal, featured in The Wire 342.
Matthew Ingram (aka Woebot) this month contributes an Unofficial Channels column on gear videos. "Gear lust is probably responsible for more sleepless nights than amphetamines or the coming and going of groupies," he says. Tune in and turn on for a Friday gear-fix.
Matthew Ingram (aka Woebot) this month contributes an Unofficial Channels column on gear videos. "Gear lust is probably responsible for more sleepless nights than amphetamines or the coming and going of groupies," he says. Tune in for a concentrated gear-fix.
Watch a video extract of Satz's work Vocal Flame.
Watch a video made to accompany a track from the skater turned minimalist's new album.