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40 years of the Wire magazine: ‘Music deserves intelligent treatment. If that’s elitist, so be it’

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“We were the last resort for a lot of music because nobody else would touch it,” says Tony Herrington, publisher of the Wire magazine. He also once said: “Most people would take the mickey out of some bloke making mus...

Sharon Van Etten: ‘I don’t share 99% of my music: sometimes it’s too dark’

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Your music has helped me in understanding times of my life and what I thought were ineffable emotions. What records or artists were the first to make a lasting impact on you or helped to immerse you in the musical wor...

DJ Luke Una: ‘With ADHD, life can be torturous. Music stops the noise’

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‘I went crazy with it,” says Luke Una, of losing himself in his record collection during the pandemic. “I obsessively went into the archive. To the point where my missus and the kids were screaming at me because I did...

‘Most music comes from really abject origins’: Jarvis Cocker interviewed by Olivia Laing

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Jarvis Cocker is late. The dog walker didn’t turn up on time and he arrives at the London Library looking worried, even though he already rang to apologise. “I’m flustered,” he announces, pulling off his beanie and un...

‘I’ve never felt this depth of love’: Emeli Sandé on coming out, race and making music again

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I remember, as everyone does, Emeli Sandé performing at the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olimpiadi. She sang Abide With Me so seriously, and yet so joyfully, she looked as though there were some kind of elemental life ...

The Kid Laroi, Genesis Owusu and the Wiggles dominate Australian music awards

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The Kid Laroi was the big winner at the Australian Performing Rights Association (Apras) awards on Tuesday night, taking home three awards – including the top gong in the song of the year category for his collaboratio...

Finally Black women are finding their voice against abuse in the music industry

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Some in the music industry were unsurprised when the allegations about the DJ Tim Westwood came to light last week. There had long been stories recounted by Black women of his alleged abuse of power – rumours that cir...

‘It was the poor man’s studio’: how Amiga computers reprogrammed modern music

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“Phat as fuck.” This was how jungle legend Gavin King – AKA Aphrodite – described the powerful bass capabilities of his Amiga 1200 home computer in a 90s interview. Several decades later, it remains in his studio. Wit...

Klaus Schulze, German electronic music pioneer, muore invecchiato 74

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Klaus Schulze, the German multi-instrumentalist whose work with drones, pulses and synthesisers was hugely influential on generations of electronic music makers, è morto invecchiato 74. Frank Uhle, managing director of Schu...

Surviving a setback: books, musica, films and more about dealing with disappointment

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There is no shortage of standup that takes the raw material of hapless, disappointing life and turns it into laughter. That’s a sizable part of what comedy does. But for big, big laughter fashioned from pretty severe ...

New Music Biennial review – a broad-minded mix of genres and styles

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The structure of the PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial now seems firmly established. A weekend presenting 20 mostly new works, each nominally lasting just 15 minuti, and each performed twice in an hour-long slot, S...

I lettori rispondono: is there a human predisposition to a 4/4 beat in music?

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Is there a human predisposition to a 4/4 beat in music? And if so why? Or does 4/4 just feel more natural to me because I grew up with pop/rock as the standard music form? Michael Cameron-Mowat Send new questions to n...

Is there a human predisposition to a 4/4 beat in music?

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Is there a human predisposition to a 4/4 beat in music? And if so why? Or does 4/4 just feel more natural to me because I grew up with pop/rock as the standard music form? Michael Cameron-Mowat Post your answers (e ...

Festival fashion is back as Coachella marks the return of the great outdoor music party

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Festival fashion, with its riot of colour, sequins, flower crowns and anything-goes outfits, is back. After a two-year, pandemic-induced hiatus, Coachella, the California-based music festival that attracts 250,000 fan...

California police department investigates officers blaring Disney music

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A California police department has launched an investigation into its own officers who were filmed blaring copyrighted Disney music in attempts to prevent residents from recording them. The incident in question occurr...

Trevor Noah on Oscars: ‘They should’ve hired Will Smith to replace the wrap-it-up music’

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Trevor Noah returned to the Daily Show studio – and a live audience – for the first time in more than two years on Monday. A week after his Grammys hosting gig, the host touched on another awards show controversy: il...

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