GEOGRAPHIES + INFRASTRUCTURES

On this page:

— Geographies, Infrastructures, & Gentrification General

— Music Tourism & Sampling/Collection Cultures

— Global Ghettotech

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::: Books :::

Atkinson & Bridge (eds.) “Gentrification in a Global Context: The New Urban Colonialism” 2005

Chatterton, Paul and  Hollands,Robert. “Urban Nightscapes: Youth Cultures, Pleasure Spaces and Corporate Power”.2003 London: Routledge.

Clark, Terry N. 2004. “The City as an Entertainment Machine”. Amsterdam: Elsevier/JAI. (INTRO)

Hae, Laam “The Gentrification of Nightlife and the Right to the City: Regulating Spaces of Social Dancing in New York” 2012

Smith, Neil “The New Urban Frontier: Gentrification and the Revanchist City” 1996 (pdf)

Brown-Saracino, Japonica (ed.) “The Gentrification Debates: A Reader” 2010

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::: Articles and Chapters :::

Byrne, Ben “The Space in Between: Electronic Music’s Occupation of Warehouse Space in Sydney”

Gibson, Chris “Subversive Sites: Rave, Empowerment And The Internet” 2006 

Grayson, Kyle. 2008. “The (Geo)Politics of Dancing: Illicit Drugs and Canadian Rave.” In Chasing Dragons: S Identity, and Illicit Drugs in Canada, edited by Kyle Grayson. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Hall, J. (2008) “Mapping the Multifarious: the GenTrification of Dance Music Club Cultures” in Lansdale, J. (ed. ) Decentring Dancing Texts: The Challenge of Interpreting Dances Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan: 177-193.

Hill, Desmond. 1999. “Mobile Anarchy: The House Movement, Shamanism and Community.” In Psychedelia Reimagined, edited by Thomas Lyttle. New York: Autonomedia, 95-106.

Jones, Simon. 1995. “Rocking the House: Sound System Cultures and the Politics of Space.” Journal of Popular Studies 7, 1-24.

Loza, Susana Ilma. 2004. Global rhetoric, transnational markets: The (post)modern trajectories of electronic music. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California Berkeley.

Luckman, Susan. 2003. “Going Bush and Finding one‘s ―Tribe: Raving, Escape and the Bush Doof.” Contin Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 17(3), 315-330.

Malbon , Ben. 1998. “Clubbing: Consumption, Identity and the Spatial Practices of Every-Night Life.” In Cool Places: Geographies of Youth Cultures, edited by Skelton, T and Valentine, G. London: Routledge, 266-286.

Marshall, Wayne “A Whole Nu World?” Wayne & Wax 2010

Montano, Ed. “THE SYDNEY DANCE MUSIC SCENE AND THE GLOBAL DIFFUSION OF CONTEMPORARY CLUB CULTURE” Transforming Cultures Vol. 4 No 1 April 2009 

Pini, Maria. 1997. “Cyborgs, Nomads and the Raving Feminine.” In Dance in the City, edited by Thomas, H. L Macmillan, 111-129.

Roberts, Martin “”World Music” and the Global Cultural Economy” Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies Volume 2, Number 2, Fall 1992 pp. 229-242
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St John, Graham “Australian (Alter)natives: Cultural Drama and Indigeneity”. Social Analysis: Journal of Cultural and Social Practice, 200145(1): 122-140.

St John, Graham “Counter Tribes, Global Protests and Carnivals of Reclamation”. Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice 2004. 16(4): 421-428.

St John, Graham 2013. “Total Solar Eclipse Festivals, Cosmic Pilgrims and Planetary Culture”. In Donna Weston and Andy Bennett (eds) Pop Pagans: Pagans and Popular Music, pp. 126–144Durham: Acumen.

St John, Graham. 2005. “Off Road Show: Techno, Protest and Feral Theatre.” Continuum: Journal of Media Cultural Studies 19(1), 7-22.

St John, Graham. 2005. “Outback Vibes: Sound Systems on the Road to Legitimacy.” Postcolonial Studies: C Politics, Economy 8(3), 321-336.

Tramacchi, Des. 2000. “Field tripping: psychedelic communitas and ritual in the Australian bush.” Journal Contemporary Religion 15(2), 201-213.

Ueno, Toshiya. 2003. “Unlearning to Raver: Techno-Party as Contact Zone in Trans-Local Formations.” In The Subcultures Reader, edited by David Muggleton and Rupert Weinzierl. Oxford: Berg, 101-117.

Valverde, Mariana, and Miomir Cirak. “Governing Bodies, Creating Gay Spaces: Policing and Security in ‘Gay’ Downtown Toronto.” British Journal of Criminology 43 (2003): 102–21. 

van Veen, tobias c. 2003. “warehouse.space: rave culture, selling-out, and sonic revolution.” Capital 1(1), 10

Vecchiola, Carla. 2006. Detroit’s rhythmic resistance: Electronic music and community pride. Ph.D. Disserta (American Studies), University of Michigan..

::: Music Tourism & Sampling/Collection Cultures :::

Banneýea, K. (2000) “Sounds of Whose Underground? The Fine Tuning of Diaspora in an Age of Mechanical Reproduction” Theory, Culture & Society 17 (3): 64- 79.

Clayton, Jace “Search and Rescue” Frieze, Issue 117 September 2008 

Connell, J., & Gibson, C. “World music: deterritorializing place and identity” Progress In Human Geography Vol. 28 no. 3, June 2004, 342-361 

Garofalo, Reebee. “Whose World, What Beat: The Transnational Music Industry, Identity, and Cultural Imperialism.” The World of Music 35, no. 2 (1993): 16-32.

Hutnyk, John Critique of Exotica: Music, Politics and the Culture Industry 2000

Krüger, Simone., & Trandafoiu, Ruxandra (Eds) “The Globalization of Musics in Transit: Music Migration and Tourism” New York: Routledge, 2014. 

Loza, Susana “The Politics of Sampling: Digital Dance Music and the (Re)Construction of Race, Sex, and Class ”   

Loza, Susana “Global Rhetoric, Transnational Markets: The (Post)Modern Trajectories of Electronic Dance Music” Thesis UC 2004   

Melville, Caspar “Mapping the Meanings of Dance Music” (Globalization & South Africa) UNESCO Courier , July 2000 

 Mendes, Ana Cristina “THE BROWN CULTURE INDUSTRY: THEODOR ADORNO MEETS TALVIN SINGH” 

 Stokes, Martin, “On Musical Cosmopolitanism”. The Macalester International Roundtable Paper 3, 2007 

Swedenburg, Ted “The ‘Arab Wave’ in World Music After 9/11” Anthropologica Vol. 46, No. 2, 2004, pp. 177-188

Théberge, Paul. 2003. “‘Ethnic Sounds’: The Economy and Discourse of World Music Sampling, ” in Music and Technoculture, edited by René T.A. Lysloff and Leslie C. Gay Jr., 93-108. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press.

Tucker, Boima “The Scramble for Vinyl” Africa Is A Country September 14th, 2010 

Unfashionably Late “Musical Tourism, Ethical Consumption and other blog resonances pinging through my mind” Unfashionably Late: So Far Behind We’re Ahead. 

Unfashionably Late “Neocolonialism, Authenticity, and the Ethics of World Music” Unfashionably Late: So Far Behind We’re Ahead. 

Watson, Allan “Sound Practice: A Relational Economic Geography Of Music Production In And Beyond The Recording Studio” 2012 

 ::: Global Ghettotech :::

Bailey, Thomas B. W. “WHAT IN THE WORLD IS “GLOBAL GHETTOTECH”: RADICAL RIDDIMS OR NEO-EXOTICA?” Vague Terrain 2010 

Goodman, Steve “Sonic Warfare: Sound, Affect, and the Ecology of Fear” 2010

Marshall, Wayne. 2007. “Global Ghettotech vs. Indie Rock: The Contemporary Cartography of Hip, ” wayne & wax, October 24. 

Marshall, Wayne. 2007. “Local Ghettotech (vs. Gobbledecrunk)”wayne & wax 

Marshall, Wayne. “Nu Planetary Wot-U-Call-It 2.5.5” wayne & wax 2010

Rocha, C. “Global Ghettotech” Norient 13 June 2009 

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