There are a few things to announce about the IASPM Monthly Online Research Seminars.
Firstly, in order to allow us to properly record the seminars, and also to allow for live streaming, and co-ordination with ticket booking on Eventbrite, we have purchased an IASPM Zoom account. This “Pro” account, allows for there to be 100 people taking part actively in the seminar (with chat functions etc.), so each research seminar will have 100 tickets, on Eventbrite, which is a ticketing website. If these tickets are sold, we hope to stream the event on YouTube or Facebook, which will mean any number of people can at least watch the seminar. The seminars will be available to anyone, not just to IASPM members, so please advertise them far and wide, including to postgrad and graduate students, and on any email lists you know. We will also record and publish all seminars.
You can look on the IASPM YouTube channel for the live streams of the research seminars at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCii1IhY4vnGskTwf3GUyhjQ
Inter-Asia Popular Music Studies (IAPMS) Online Workshop vol.06
Date: Thursday, February 4th, 2021
Time: 8PM (UTC+9)
7PM (Malaysia/China/Hong Kong/ Taiwan /Singapore/Perth)
KL Sing Song: alternative voices in the Kuala Lumpur singer songwriter circuit (2005 – 2009)
Azmyl Yusof (Sunway University Malaysia)
To register for this Zoom event, please fill out the form with your name, affiliation, and email address. The Zoom link information will be sent to you one day before the event.
Keychanges at Cheltenham Jazz Festival
Challenges for women musicians in jazz and ways forward for equal gender representation at jazz festivals
Findings, recommendations and ways forward
The next International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) International Research Seminar is being hosted by IASPM Australia New Zealand. You can get full information and a digital ticket here:
It is on Friday 15th January 2021 at 10am AEDT in Australia
In the UK that is Thursday 14th January 2021 11pm GMT
In Europe that is 12 midnight early in the morning on Friday 14th July
In the USA that is 6pm on Thursday 14th January
Please find below an invitation to participate in the second edition of IASPM Pop Talks.
Double Book Launch: Remixing European Jazz Culture & Voices Found: Free Jazz and Singing
January 27th, 17:00-19:00 (CET)
Online via this Google Meets link: meet.google.com/ogs-rkvq-ddo
Call for Nominations/ Appel à nomination
2021 IASPM-Canada Book Prize/ Prix du livre IASPM-Canada
Deadline/Date limite: 1 April 2021
English version follows below.
Appel à nomination pour le Prix du livre IASPM-Canada (2021)
La branche canadienne de l’Association internationale des études en musique populaire (IASPM-Canada) lance son appel à nominations pour le Prix de la meilleure monographie publiée par un membre faisant une contribution importante à l’étude de la musique populaire. Pour être éligible, celle-ci doit avoir été écrite par une auteure canadienne, un auteur canadien, publiée par une maison d’édition canadienne ou doit traiter d’une thématique pertinente au contexte canadien. Les recueils d’articles ne sont pas éligibles. Les ouvrages en nomination pour le Prix de la meilleur monographie IASPM-Canada doivent avoir été publiés en 2019 ou 2020.
Seminar Series for 2020-2021, see also the website (http://www.leeds.ac.uk/arts/homepage/431/european_popular_musics), where the list of all those presenting also appears.
Dear IASPM Members:
We want to encourage everyone to register as a peer reviewer of IASPM Journal on our website.
If you have already registered but have not filled in keywords for areas of interest, please do so now, as this is our only way to effectively search your research interests and expertise on our website. The more keywords the better.
Dear IASPM members
A public award will be given by IASPM for two outstanding first books by a single author on popular music, one in English, the other in any other language, at the 2021 Daegu IASPM conference.
Nominations are invited from IASPM members of books they consider to be possible contenders for such an award. Authors nominated should preferably already be members of IASPM, or should become members of IASPM after being nominated, to be eligible. The nominations should be sent at this stage to the chairs of the Book Prize committee Felipe Trotta and Andrea Dankić (email@example.com) by 09 November 2020 at the latest.
2pm Thursday 11 June, Youtube Live @ shorturl.at/cwFMT
Thursday 11 June will see people from the music industry and academics from around the world, come together online to explore the question ‘What is the Future of Live Music?’. Clearly a hugely topical subject, particularly since the abrupt halt on public gatherings last March due to Covid-19.
The online event will start at 2pm on Youtube live, and include seminal musicians Peter Hook of Joy Division and New Order fame and 808 State co-founder Graham Massey, Liam Ogburn from the hotly tipped band ‘Working Mens Club’, leading venue and festival operator Aaron Mellor, Teresa Moore from a Greener Festival to be chaired by Tony Rigg.
The occasion marks the launch of a new book called ‘The Future of Live Music’ published by Bloomsbury, co-edited by UCLan’s Tony Rigg, Ewa Mazierska and Les Gillon. The book explores many of the dimensions of live music and features an international cast of contributions who will be discussing their chapters at the event.