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    Hia Here s a copy of THE WIRE s latest newsletter with info on the new July issue, what s new online and on-air. To subscribe go to http://www.thewire.co.uk/
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      Here's a copy of THE WIRE's latest newsletter with info on the new July
      issue, what's new online and on-air.

      To subscribe go to > http://www.thewire.co.uk/

      NB: The Wire has moved offices! Please note our new street address:

              The Wire
              23 Jack's Place
              6 Corbet Place
              E1 6NN        

      Phone/fax/email all remain unchanged


        1. Inside THE WIRE 257 (July 2005)
        2. Online www.thewire.co.uk
        3. THE WIRE on Resonance 104.4 FM
        4. Special News & Events
        5. Subscribe
        6. Limited Edition T-shirt
        7. The Office Ambience


      1____________ INSIDE THE WIRE 257 (July 2005) (on sale NOW)

      previewed here: http://www.thewire.co.uk/current/

      ON THE COVER: Jamie Lidell - how Super_Collider's former singer
      discovered a deeper voice to become the godson of soul. By Rob Young

      PLUS: Ornette Coleman, Animal Collective, Invisible Jukebox: Keiji
      Haino, Primer: Lone Horns Improv, Magik Markers, Monolake, Tony Bevan
      and more


      SOUNDCHECK: Aitar Aitar II, Alu, Brendon Anderegg, Luigi Archetti & Bo
      Wiget, Albert Ayler, Derek Bailey/Amy Denio/Dennis Palmer, Derek Bailey
      & Evan Parker, David Behrman, Bevan/Robinson/Wales/Sanders, Tom Carter
      & Marcia Bassett, The Complainer, Currituck Co, Dirty Projectors, Mr
      Dorgon, English Heretic, Brian Eno, Felipe & Forte,
      Fuchs/Dill/Perkis/Shiurba/Sperry/Robair, Fursaxa, Yuichiro Fujimoto,
      Charles Gayle, Groundtruther featuring DJ Logic, Alexander Hacke, Boris
      Hauf, Matthew Herbert, Hrsta, Jandek, Achim Kaufman, Basil Kirchin,
      Toshinori Kondo, Desmond Leslie, The Magic Band, Mice Parade, Minotaur
      Shock, Marissa Nadler, Nudge, Om, Orthrelm, Harry Partch, Elliot
      Perkins, Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti, Residual Echoes, Marc Ribot,
      Terry Riley & Stefano Scodanibbio, Rollerball,
      Rowe/M/Nakamura/Yoshihide, Carl Ruggles, Charlie Schmidt, 718,
      si-cut.db, The Skaters, Smith/Quintus/Quintus/Tadic/Nauseef, Synapse,
      Ryan Teague, Ticklish, Dwight Trible & The Life Force Trio, Ultra-red,
      Various: Doctor Who At, The BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Various: Mama
      Kangaroos, Various: Qbico U-Nite New York I, Various: Qbico U-Nite
      Bruxelles II, Cristian Vogel, Keith Fullerton Whitman, WR and more

      PRINT RUN: Beats Working For A Living: Sheffield Popular Music
      1973-1984, by Martin Lilleker; Prophets Of The Hood: Politics And
      Poetics In Hiphop, by Imani Perry; Searching For The Sound: My Life
      With The Grateful Dead, by Phil Lesh

      CROSS PLATFORM: Norton Wisdom - Jason Weiss meets the West Coast
      performance painter. Reviews or Oliver Lyons, Chris Cunningham's Rubber
      Johnny, and Umbrellas In The Sun on DVD; Alan Lomax on film; Carter
      Burwell and Theater Of The New Ear on stage. Plus, The Inner Sleeve:
      Keith Fullerton Whitman on Harry Bertoia's Sonambient series; and Go
      To: Our monthly Net trawl

      ON LOCATION: Music Lovers' Field Companion,  Gateshead, UK; Tortoise,
      London, UK; MarkeB 05, Berlin, Germany; Laurie Anderson, London, UK;
      Steve Stapleton/Diana Rogerson/ Colin Potter/Andrew Liles/Matt Waldron,
      Vienna, Austria; Tony Conrad, New York, USA

         *go to http://www.thewire.co.uk/current/

      2____________ ONLINE WWW.THEWIRE.CO.UK

      New in the Web exclusives section this month:

      READ the unedited transcript from Rob Young's interview with Jamie

         *go to http://www.thewire.co.uk/web/writing.php

      WATCH Patti Smith's intimate performance of "My Blakean Year" for a
      handful of journalists at a press conference for this year's Meltdown
      Festival held at London's South Bank Centre

         *go to http://www.thewire.co.uk/web/camera.php

      WATCH a selection of video clips filmed at this year's Le Weekend
      festival held at the Tolbooth, Stirling, Scotland between 25-29 May
      2005. Clips feature Dream Aktion Unit, Kousokuya, Mirror/Dash, Dredd
      Foole & The Din and Suishou No Fune

         *go to http://www.thewire.co.uk/web/camera.php

      HEAR a selection of streamed MP3s drawn from this month's Primer on
      Lone Horn Improvisors

         *go to http://www.thewire.co.uk/web/mp3.php

      LISTEN to a selection of exclusive MP3s from other musicians featured
      in the new July issue, including Magik Markers, Monolake and Tony Bevan

         *go to http://www.thewire.co.uk/web/mp3.php

      READ the unedited transcript of Julian Cowley's interview with Tony

         *go to http://www.thewire.co.uk/web/writing.php

      APOLOGIES to anyone waiting for MP3s from Mark Stewart's appearance at
      this year's Venn Festival in Bristol. Due to the poor quality of the
      live recording we are unfortunately unable to now put these on the
      site. Mark Stewart has offered his apologies and by way of recompense
      we hope to be putting an alternative track from his forthcoming DVD in
      the site's Web Exclusive section soon. Thanks for your patience.

      3____________ SPECIAL EVENTS & NEWS


      Wide-ranging, month-long avant sound festival supported by THE WIRE and
      this year featuring Peter Brötzmann, Hamid Drake, Bill Dixon,
      Electrelane, Sunburned Hand Of The Man, Borbetomagus, Simon Finn, Amiri
      Baraka, A Silver Mt Zion, Wadada Leo Smith, Han Bennink and many, many

         *go to http://www.suoniperilpopolo.org


      Excellent line up for these three days of new electronic music,
      presented on a boat and sponsored by THE WIRE. The line up features
      Autechre, Pixel, Monolake and Cathode (8 July); Fennesz, A Hawk And A
      Hacksaw, Stars As Eyes and Andrew Hudson (9, daytime) and Scion, Pan
      Sonic, Chris Clark and Quinoline Yellow (9, evening); Wolf Eyes,
      Battles, Khonnor, Tunng and Alasdair Roberts (10).

         *go to http://www.version.org.uk


      THE WIRE is sponsoring two tours in the UK Contemporary Music Network's
      2005/6 programme: Kim Gordon's Perfect Partner (October 2005) and
      Clogs/Books (December 2005/January 2006). More information on all the
      tours in the programme is available direct from the Contemporary Music

         *go to http://www.cmntours.org.uk



      A weekly show of new music hosted by The Wire staff. Next week's show
      is broadcast on Thursday 30 June, 9:30-11pm GMT.

      All shows are archived for online listening. The latest three shows are
      available as streams AND downloads as announced in the last Conduit,
      while a full archive of older shows are available as streams

      *go to http://www.thewire.co.uk/web/air.php

      ABOUT: Since January 2003, The Wire has been hosting a weekly show of
      new music - The Wire Presents Adventures In Modern Music - on London's
      arts/community access station, Resonance FM. The show is broadcast
      across central London on 104.4 FM every Thursday, 9:30-11pm GMT, and
      repeated every Wednesday, 7-8:30am GMT, with simultaneous web streaming
      and full listings at http://www.resonancefm.com/. All shows are then
      archived every Monday at http://www.thewire.co.uk/web/air.php

      NB: All updates on the ADVENTURES IN MODERN MUSIC shows will now be
      sent via The Conduit.

      5____________  SUBSCRIBE!

      With the current July issue (#257), all subscribers receive a free and
      exclusive copy of a new collection of experimental electronic music and
      sound art that has been specially compiled for THE WIRE by Australia's
      Liquid Architecture organisation. This CD forms part of an ongoing
      series of CDs specially produced for THE WIRE and given away
      exclusively to all the magazine's subscribers worldwide with selected
      issues. Additionally, our latest CD in the Wire Tapper series, The Wire
      Tapper 13, was issued with all copies of issue 256 (June 2005).

      Subscribe now so you don't miss out on these CDs as well as to ensure
      you receive all future Wire Tappers and other subscriber-only CDs.

         *go to http://www.thewire.co.uk/subscribe/index.php

      6____________   LIMITED EDITION T-SHIRT

      Our ongoing series of specially commissioned, limited edition T-shirts
      continues. The latest shirt was designed by Roberto Opalio of the
      Italian space rock duo My Cat Is An Alien and the run of just 100
      shirts is on sale now.

      NB: This T-shirt and our Standard T-shirts are now available in the
      sizes SMALL (female) as well as men's MEDIUM, LARGE AND EXTRA-LARGE

         *go to http://www.thewire.co.uk/shop/index.php

      7____________   THE OFFICE AMBIENCE

      Recreate THE WIRE's latest Office Ambience at your own workplace with
      our MP3 stream

         *go to http://www.thewire.co.uk/about/about.php

      Matthew Herbert: Plat Du Jour (Accidental)
      Soft Machine & Heavy Friends: BBC In Concert 1971 (Hux)
      Marissa Nadler: The Saga Of Mayflower May (Eclipse)
      Andrey Kiritchenko: True Delusion (Spekk)
      Various: Jar: A Pickled Egg Compilation (Pickled Egg)
      Mark Stewart & The Maffia: Kiss The Future (Soul Jazz)
      Ikuro Takahashi: Domori To Sanshu (Siwa)
      Various: Trans Slovenia Express Vol Two (Mute)
      Coil: And The Ambulance Died In His Arms (Threshold House)
      Kraftwerk: Minimum-Maximum (EMI)        


      That's the latest from us for now.

      Best wishes from all of us at THE WIRE


      Susanna Glaser
      Web Editor
      THE WIRE: Adventures In Modern Music
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