The Wire

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Issue 127

September 1994

Skip McDonald
Nathan West meets the On-U Sound axe murderer

Einstürzende Neubauten
Biba Kopf parleys with everyone's favourite Industrial art terrorists

Matthew Shipp
Steve Holtje talks tough in New York with a free jazz maverick

Collage Rock
Chuck Eddy glues together an alternative history of cut 'n' paste pop

Peter Namlook
David Toop dials the fax machine of an electro-magnate

Massive Attack
Ian Penman compares shoes and record collections with the Bristol trio

Ambient Jungle
Simon Reynolds reports frontline of 94's most reviled music

Stockhausen & Sons
Eric Boehm pays a visit to New Music's most eligible dynasty

Letters From... Canada
Art Lange and John Corbett report hearing strange noises in the Northern wastes

Invisible Jukebox: Saint Etienne
Mark Sinker tests the knowledge of the UK's perfect pop machine