"On the cover: L’Rain: Taja Cheek’s fluid songforms are a kaleidoscopic and personal response to the modern world. By Laina Dawes. Plus: Blevin Blectum: Blectum From Blechdom’s Bevin Kelley builds brave new worlds from mind-melding sound. By Emily Pothast; Trevor Mathison: The Black Audio Film Collective’s sound man rewrites the story of industrial music. By Esi Eshun; Invisible Jukebox: Paul Rooney: Will the Liverpool artist “Stay Polite” in the face of The Wire’s mystery music selection? Tested by Richard Thomas. Also inside this issue: Unlimited Editions Red Hook Records; Unofficial Channels DaMetalMessiah; Piotr Kurek; Al Karpenter; Kate Gentile; Minaru; Global Ear Beijing; The Inner Sleeve by People Like Us; Epiphanies by Alvin Curran; plus pages of reviews, and much more."