IASPM Journal 10.2 (2020) Open issue

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Vol 10, No 2 (2020) IASPM Journal is an open access journal of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music iaspmjournal.net

This issue consists of four articles and five book reviews. Kai Arne Hansen discusses children’s involvement in debates about climate change through music and music videos in Norway. Luiz Costa-Lima Neto analyzes the music and musical inspirations of Hermeto Pascoal, alongside his coined term “Som da Aura.” Benjamin Hillier and Ash Barnes unpack the right-wing ideologies of Australian black metal bands, Spear of Longinus and Deströyer 666, covering the texts, paratexts, rationale of artists, and fan engagement. Sergio Mazzanti analyzes the output of the Russian rock band, DDT, and discusses the use of self-quotation by the bandleader to understand Russian history and his own life.

There are also reviews by Monika Schoop, Antti-Ville Karja, Settimio Palermo, Mark Pedelty and Sergio Pisfil of new books about popular music in a Philippine prison video, cultural mapping and musical diversity, the politics of hope, the political ecology of music, and rap music and audiences.

Editor Dr. Mary Fogarty Woehrel

Assistant Editors Dr. Raquel Campos Valverde, Mr. Xavier Villanueva Capella, Dr. Serouj Aprahamian

Additional Editors Dr. Melissa Avdeeff, Dr. Christina Ballico, Dr. Jody Berland, Dr. Raquel Campos, Dr. Helen Davies, Dr. William Echard, Dr. K.E. Goldschmitt, Dr. Jan Herbst, Mr. Pablo Herrera Veitia, Prof. Peter Nelson, Dr. Beate Peter, Dr. Jon Stewart, Dr. Gayle Wald, Dr. Laura Wiebe

Reviews Editor Dr. Richard Osborne

Layout Editor Dr. Raquel Campos

Table of Contents


Editorial Introduction: “Once the Water Starts to Rise…” Mary Fogarty Woehrel

Articles – Open Section

The Earth is Sick: Environmentalism and the Politics of Age and Gender in Children’s Musical Culture Kai Arne Hansen
The First “Sound of the Aura” of Hermeto Pascoal (1984): Hearing the Spoken Voice as a Sung Melody Luiz Costa-Lima Neto
Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Extreme Right-Wing Ideologies in Australian Black Metal Benjamin Philip Hillier, Ash Barnes
Self-quotation as Reinterpretation of the Past in the Russian Rock Band DDT Sergio Mazzanti


REVIEW | Dangerous Mediations: Pop Music in a Philippine Prison Video Monika E Schoop
REVIEW | Cultural Mapping and Musical Diversity Antti-Ville Kärjä
REVIEW | Popular Music and the Politics of Hope Review Settimio Fiorenzo Palermo
REVIEW | Decomposed Mark Holmes Pedelty
REVIEW | Collective Participation and Audience Engagement in Rap Music Sergio Pisfil