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Wired

Launched in 1983, Wired is a monthly American magazine, published in both print and online editions, that reports on how emerging technologies affect culture, the economy and politics.

 

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John Oswald: The Man Who Stole Michael Jackson's Face

Profile and Interview by David Gans, Wired, February 1995

John Oswald creates new works from existing sonic materials. His Plunderphonic got him in trouble with the copyright police. (It also got him gigs with ...

The Residents: The Primer: The Residents

Discography by Edwin Pouncey, Wired, February 2001

A bi-monthly series in which we offer a user's guide to recordings of some of our favourite musicians. This month, Edwin Pouncey takes a duck ...

Juan Atkins, Afrika Bambaataa, DJ Shadow, Richie Hawtin, Derrick May, Josh Wink: Six Machines That Changed The Music World

Guide by Pat Blashill, Wired, 5 January 2002

EVER SINCE Sam Phillips stuffed some wads of paper into an amplifier, inadvertently creating the fuzzed-up, overdriven electric guitar sound on Ike Turner's 1951 rave-up ...

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