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The 29 July edition of The Wire's weekly show on Resonance 104.4FM and Resonance Extra featured tracks by Alan Vega, Ben Vaughn, Barb Dwyer & Palmyra Delran, Lawrence English, Nikki Giovanni, Rey Sapienz & The Congo Techno Ensemble, DJ Stingray 313, and more
In a special animal edition of The Wire’s regular record test, Japanese duo Reiko and Tori Kudo of Maher Shalal Hash Baz play each other the sounds of some of their favourite creatures
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The 22 July edition of The Wire's weekly show on Resonance 104.4FM featured tracks by L'Rain, Greta Eacott, Nexcyia, Lauren Duffus, Aaron Dilloway & Lucrecia Dalt, Gudrun Gut & Mabe Fratti, and more
The Mexico City based Guatemalan cellist shares a new video from her latest album Será Que Ahora Podremos Entendernos
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John Morrison speaks with the US producer, DJ and teacher about the ideas and structure behind his new UCSD course Blacktronika: Afrofuturism In Electronic Music
The 15 July edition of The Wire's weekly show on Resonance FM featured tracks by Ya Tseen, Saint Abdullah featuring John Butcher, Antonina Nowacka, Laut Fragen, Jana Rush, and more
The London based experimental vocalist, composer and performer responds to “a world that increasingly makes less and less sense”
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The itinerant composer and field recordist shares a new audio work featuring the sounds of forests in the US, Japan, and Australia
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