Cult heroine of Bristol's underground music scene (and grand-niece of the great Irish poet and novelist Brendan Behan), Emily Breeze scales new heights with her remarkable new band and album Rituals
Wire, The Issue430, December 2019 Issue
Wire MAG WIRE430
8 Nov 19
Clipping - Los Angeles's radical hiphop trio tap into the power of noise and the narratives of Afrofuturism as they talk to Emily Pothast about horror, destruction and the redemptive power of science fiction on new album There Existed An Addiction To Blood. Plus: Once Upon A Time In Glasgow - Stewart Smith revisits the crucible of free and improvised music at Tom McGrath's Third Eye Centre when Duke Ellington, Derek Bailey, Julius Eastman and others came to Scotland in the 1960s and 70s; Jahtari and friends - Leipzig's longrunning digi-dub collective talk to Chal Ravens about 8-bit riddims, the Euro-sound system network and their new label Zonedog; Howe Gelb - the Giant Sand mastermind takes the Invisible Jukebox test. And much more!