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KEYLECTURE | ‘Identities/Alterities. Performing Music, Performing Ourselves’, by Antoine Hennion

Abstract Musical works are not data inside a given space, that musicologists and sociologists could analyse, each in their own way: they produce their own time and space instead of taking place into them. Ever […]

Jun, 03

KEYLECTURE | ‘From Rock’n’Roll High School to LISTEN: Past and present feminist music activism in Melbourne’, by Catherine Strong

Abstract This paper will examine two waves of grassroots feminist activity in the Melbourne music scene. Rock’n’Roll High School and ‘Grot Grrrl’ adopted ideas from Riot Grrrl as a way to claim space for women […]

Jun, 03

KEYLECTURE | ‘Digital Culture, Videoclipes and “Peripheral” Music Scenes in Brazil’, by Simone Pereira de Sá

Abstract During the last years, the top positions of the most watched videoclipes at Youtube in Brazil have been occupied not by the worldly well-known genres such as bossa nova, MPB and samba; but by […]

Jun, 03

KEYLECTURE | ‘Looking Backwards: Route 666 in the Rear View Mirror’, by Gina Arnold

What is that feeling when you’re driving away from people and they recede on the plain till you see their specks dispersing? It’s the too-huge world vaulting us and it’s good-bye. But we lean forward […]

Jun, 03

KEYLECTURE | ‘Fangrrrling Feminism: Letting go of some hang-ups’, by Lucy Robinson

Abstract In 2013 The Fales Library in New York published a selection of its holdings from The Riot Grrrl collection.  The archive maps, and also reproduces, the shape and scope of the scene. The collection […]

Jun, 03

KEYLECTURE | ‘Songs About Fucking: Southern Studios and the Construction of Punk’s Subversive Sonic Signature’, by Samantha Bennett

  Yes Sir, I Will. I mean, what record producer or studio owner in their right mind endorses something like that? – Steve Ignorant Abstract In Noise – The Political Economy of Music, Jacques Attali described […]

Jun, 03

KEYLECTURE | ‘DIY Music scenes: Space, place and memory’, by Andy Bennett

Abstract Since the beginning of the 21st century, new perspectives in the cultural study of popular music have begun to emerge inspired by what could be termed the ‘memory boom’ in popular music production, performance […]

Jun, 02

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