Dancecult 4 (2)
Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture
Dancecult Issue 4 (2) is now live. Continue reading
Music, Business and Law: Essays on contemporary trends in the music industry
Edited by Antti-Ville Kärjä, Lee Marshall and Johannes Brusila
IASPM-Norden & IIPC
Out of the Absurdity of Life – Globale Musik
Thomas Burkhalter and Theresa Beyer
The first book of norient (network for local and global sounds and media culture – www.norient.com), edited by Thomas Burkhalter and Theresa Beyer, discusses contemporary movements and trends within globalised music scenes in Europe, Africa, Latin-America, Asia and the US. In Out of the Absurdity of Life – Globale Musik, journalists, scientists, artists and photographers question protest and provocation within the USA, Ghana and England. They dive into the shrill party worlds of São Paulo, trace the reinvention of Syrian synthesizer-pop and discuss the provocation potential of Latin-American copulation dance-moves. Journalistic and scientific, part of the book is in German, part in English. Continue reading
Popular Music and Countercultures
The first issue of the French edition of “Popular Music and Countercultures” is now out and online. Table of contents (with texts by Sheila Whiteley, Andy Bennett, Simon Warner, Giovanni Vacca, etc.): http://www.cairn.info/revue-volume-2012-1.htm
To purchase/subscribe from beyond France: http://volume.revues.org/1643
An English version of this issue will be published, with new papers, in 2013 by Ashgate.
Screen Sound: The Australasian Journal of Soundtrack Studies
Number 3, 2012: Songs on the Soundtrack
Now available open-access online
Journal on the Art of Record Production
Publication of Issue 7: Technology, Time and Place
We are pleased to announce the online publication of Issue 7: Technology, Time and Place
The issue opens with Dr. Mark Katz and Dr. Samantha Bennett’s editorial and includes: 10 articles; Ken Scott, Kevin Doyle and Dave Fisher interviews; a review of Allan Moore’s new book Song Means: Analysing and Interpreting Popular Recorded Song; and a review of Ken Scott’s EpiK DrumS – A Ken Scott Collection.
Read more at www.arpjournal.com
Global Tribe: Technology, Spirituality and Psytrance
Graham St John
Call for papers and new publications
Volume! and the Editions Mélanie Seteun are pleased to announce the following events:
Sheila Whiteley (ed.) “Popular Music and Countercultures” issues of Volume! will be out in November and February.
An English version edited by Sheila Whiteley and Jedediah Sklower will be published in 2013 by Ashgate, with an introduction by Andy Bennett. More information soon.
Stéphane Dorin (ed.), Sound Factory. Music and Industrialization with texts from Jeremy Deller, Patrick Mignon, Simon Frith, Gérôme Guibert, David Hesmondhalgh, Philippe Bouquillion. More information.
II. Call for papers:
“Changing the Tune: Popular Music & Politics in the 21st Century From the Fall of Communism to the Arab Spring”
International Conference – Strasbourg University, France – 7-8 June 2013 Continue reading