The Wire

The Wire issue 194

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Main Details
Periodical Title The Wire
About/Subject Coil
About/Subject Einst├╝rzende Neubauten
About/Subject Electronic Music
About/Subject Experimental Music
About/Subject Industrial Music
About/Subject Morton Subotnick
About/Subject Kid 606
About/Subject Karlheinz Stockhausen
About/Subject Patti Smith
About/Subject Fred Frith
About/Subject Chicks On Speed
About/Subject Wire
Cover Date
Identifying Codes
Issue Number 194
Format Magazine
Publication Location England
Language English
Notes Issue 194
April 2000
Kid-606 Glitch glyphs Jackie-O Motherfucker Oedipal wreckers Kim Cascone Electric chamber music

Gunter Muller
Using DIY prosthesis, the Swiss based percussionist and For 4 Ears label boss has extended the reach of his inclusive improv on a mountainous scale. By Julian Cowley

Morton Subotnick
With Silver Apples Of The Moon, Subotnick pioneered touch-sensitive electronica. Now the old ringmaster of New York's electric Circus is headteacher of the electronic romper room. By Richard Henderson

The make music to play ini the dark but, since living by the sea, they're beginning to see the light. As their Time Machines prepare to play live, John Balance explains why Coil are a very English affair. By Ian Penman

Invisible Jukebox: Sussan Deyhim
The Iranian singer tries to identify tracks by Philip Glass, grateful Dead, Wayne Shorter, Loop Guru, Yma Sumac, Jah Wobble and more. Tested by Louise Gray

The Primer: Einsturzende Neubauten
The Berlin underground's most destructive characters are still cheerful after 20 ears of hammering at the barriers between noise and music. Biba Kopf sorts the essential releases from two decades of rubble


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