::: TECHNO :::
::: BOOKS :::
Sicko, Dan. “Techno Rebels: The Renegades of Electronic Funk” 1999 (histories of Detroit techno)
::: Articles & Chapters :::
Albiez, Sean “Post-soul futurama: African American cultural politics and early Detroit techno” European Journal of American Culture, Volume 24, Number 2, 19 August 2005, pp. 131-152(22)
Albiez, Sean.. “Post-soul futurama: African American cultural politics and early Detroit techno”. European Journal of American Culture Vol. 24, no. 2. 2005
Bachor, Claus. 1995. „Detroit.“ In Techno, ed. Phillipp Anz and Patrick Walder, 79-83. Zürich: Verlag Ricco Bilger.
Bahr, Xenia and Oliver Rossdeutscher. 1995. “No Rites: Techno-House in Hamburg”. Hamburg: Kellner
Chan, Seb. 1999. “Bubbling Acid: Sydney‘s Techno Underground.” In Australian Youth Subcultures: On the M and in the Mainstream, edited by Rob White. Hobart: ACYS Publications, 65-73.
Che, Deborah “Building the Beloved Community Through Techno Music Production in Detroit” Encounters and Engagements between Economic and Cultural Geography Vol. 104, 2012, pp 123-141
Cosgrove, S. (1997)  “Seventh City Techno: Dancing in Detroit” in Benson, R. (ed. ) NightFever: Club Writing in The Face 1980-1997 London and Basingstoke: Boxtree: 93-96
Hitzler, Ronald & Pfadenhauer, Michaela. 2002. “Existential Strategies: The Making of Community and Politics the Techno/Rave Scene.” In Postmodern Existential Sociology, edited by Joseph Kotarba and John Johnson. 87-101.
May, Beverly. 2006. “Techno.” In African American Music: An Introduction, ed. Mellonee V. Burnim and Portia K. Maultsky, 331-352. New York, London: Routledge.
Miller, Graham. 2005. “The Sound of The Third Wave: Science Fiction, Imaginary Machines and the Future of Techno” of T M.A. Thesis (Ethnomusicology), York University, Toronto
Richard and Kruger “Ravers’ Paradise?: German Youth Cultures in the 1990’s” in Tracey Skelton, Gill Valentine (ed.) Cool Places: Geographies of Youth Cultures
Robb, D. “Techno in Germany: Its Musical Origins and Cultural Relevance” gfl-journal, No. 2/2002
Tausig, Ben. “Detroit Techno: Race, Agency, and Electronic Music in Post-Industrial Detroit.” Masters, University of Michigan, 2003.
Vecchiola, Carla. 2006. “Detroit’s rhythmic resistance: Electronic music and community pride”. Ph.D. Disserta (American Studies), University of Michigan.
Vitos, Botond. “Translocal connections and local simulations of techno” in: Giuffre, Liz and Spirou, Penny (eds.) Routes, Roots and Routines: Selected papers from the 2011 Australia/New Zealand IASPM Conference. Sydney, N.S.W.: International Association for the Study of Popular Music Australia New Zealand Branch, 2012: 25-33.
Walters, Wendy S.. 2006 “Blackness in Present Future Tense: Broadside Press, Motown Records, and Detroit Techno.” In New Thoughts on the Black Arts Movement, ed. Lisa Gail Collins and Margo Natalie Crawford, 117-133. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press
::: Techno docos :::
Bredow, Gary. 2006. High Tech Soul. USA: Plexi.
Detroit Techno & The Electronic Music Festival: Retrospective // Part 1: Birth of a Festival
underground resistance documentary
Modulations: A History of Dance Music
Universal Techno (1996)
Real Scenes: Detroit (2011)
Real Scenes: Berlin (2012)
“Tekno – The Breath of the Monster ” by Andrea Zambelli
“Spiral Tribe” (bbc dance energy)
Maren Sextro, Holger Wick (dirs.) “We call it techno” 2008
Detroit: Techno City
“When I Sold My Soul to the Machine”
Sub Berlin -“The Story of Tresor”
LOVE IS THE MESSAGE (The Love Parade Documentary, 1995)