ECONOMICS

::: Economics :::

::: Books :::

Arvidsson, Adam “Brands: Meaning and Value in Media Culture“. New York: Routledge, 2006 

Anderson, Tammy L. “Rave Culture: The Alteration and Decline of a Philadelphia Music Scene” 2009 (Intro)

Burckhardt Qureshi, Regula, editor. “Music and Marx: Ideas, Practice, Politics”. New York: Routledge, 2002. (contents)

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

Leloup, Jean-Yves “Digital magma: from the utopia of rave parties to the iPod generation” 2010

Moulier-Boutang, Yann “Cognitive Capitalism” 2012  

Negus, K. “Music Genres and Corporate Cultures” 1999

St John, Graham (ed.) “Free NRG: Notes From the Edge of the Dancefloor” (inc. Australian rave/activist/protest texts, flyers, histories)  

Taylor, T.D “Global Pop: World Music, World Markets“ 1997 (no copy)

Taylor, T.D “The Sounds of Capitalism: Advertising, Music, and the Conquest of Culture “ 2012 (no copy)

Wark, M. “Telesthesia: Communication, Culture and Class” 2012 

White, B. “Music and Globalization: Critical Encounters “ 2011 (no copy)

 

 

::: Articles :::

 

ALWAKEEL, RAMZY “The Aesthetics of Protest in UK Rave” Dancecult 1:2 2010 

Arvidsson, A. “Creative class or administrative class? On advertising and the ‘underground’” Ephemera 

Barbrook, Richard “The Hi-Tech Gift Economy” First Monday Vol. 3, Number 12, 7 December 1998 

Böse, Martina “Difference And Exclusion At Work In The Club Culture Economy” International Journal of Cultural Studies December 2005 vol. 8 no. 4 427-444 

Bose, M. (2003) “Race and Class in the Post-subcultural Economy” in Muggleton, D& Weinzierl, R. (eds. ) The Post-Subcultures Reader Oxford and New York: Berg Publishers: 167-180.

Burkhardt, Paul Edward “The production and consumption of the commodity community: Playing, working and making it in the local music scene” The University of Arizona, 1999 

Christina Goulding, Avi Shankar & Richard Elliott “Working Weeks, Rave Weekends: Identity Fragmentation and the Emergence of New Communities” Consumption Markets & Culture Volume 5, Issue 4, 2002 pages 261-284

Fraser, Alistair & Ettlinger, Nancy “Fragile empowerment: The dynamic cultural economy of British drum ‘n bass music” 2008, Geoforum. Vol. 39, pp. 1647-1656

Fraser, A. “The spaces, politics, and cultural economies of electronic dance music” Geography Compass Volume 6, Issue 8, pages 500–511, August 2012 

Gibson,Timothy “Property Outlaws in Cyberspace and Meatspace? Examining the Relationship between Online Peer Production and Support for Private Property Violations” tripleC Vol 12, No 2 (2014) 

Grazian, David “Urban Nightlife, Social Capital, and the Public Life of Cities” Sociological Forum Vol. 24, Issue 4, December 2009, pp. 908–917 

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.

Hardaker, Glenn & Graham, Gary “Community of self-organisation: supply chain perspective of Finnish electronic music” International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 44, Issue 1-2, 2008 

Hesmondhalgh, David “The cultural politics of dance music” Soundings issue 5 Spring 1997 

Hesmondhalgh, David “The British Dance Music Industry: A Case Study of Independent Cultural Production” The British Journal of Sociology
Vol. 49, No. 2 (Jun., 1998), pp. 234-251 

Hill, Andrew “Acid House and Thatcherism: noise, the mob, and the English countryside” The British Journal of Sociology Volume 53, Issue 1, pages 89–105, March 2002 

Hill, Andrew “Acid house and Thatcherism: Contesting spaces in late 1980s Britain” Space and Polity Volume 7, Issue 3, 2003 pages 219-232 

Jones, S. C. & Schumacher, T. G. “Muzak: On functional music and power” Critical Studies in Mass Communication Vol. 9, Issue 2, 1992, pp. 156-169 

Laing, Dave “Music and the Market: The Economics of Music in the Modern World” In Martin Clayton, Trevor Herbert, & Richard Middleton (Eds) The Cultural Study of Music: A Critical Introduction. New York: Routledge, 2003 

Lawrence, Tim “Big Business, Real Estate Determinism, and Dance Culture in New York, 1980–88” Journal of Popular Music Studies Vol. 23, Issue 3, September 2011, pp 288–306 

Lawrence, Tim “The Forging of a White Gay Aesthetic at the Saint, 1980–84” 

Lefebvre, Henri “Rhythmanalysis:  Space, Time and Everyday Life. London: Continuum, 2004 (see also: “Rhythm Of Capitalism: Reading Henri Lefebvre’s Rhythmanalysis” )

León, Javier F. “Introduction: Music, Music Making and Neoliberalism” Culture, Theory and Critique, Vol. 55, Issue 2, 2014 

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

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.

Martin, Daniel “Power Play and Party Politics: The Significance of Raving” The Journal of Popular Culture Volume 32, Issue 4, pages 77–99, Spring 1999

Montano, Ed. 2007. “DJs, Clubs and Vinyl: The Cultural Commodification and Operational Logics of Contemporary Commercial Dance Music in Sydney”. Ph.D. Dissertation (Department of Contemporary Music Studies), Macquarie University.

Moore, Ryan “Digital Reproducibility and the Culture Industry: Popular Music and the Adorno-Benjamin Debate” Fast Capitalism 9.1, 2012 

Muggleton, David “From classlessness to clubculture: A genealogy of post-war British youth cultural analysis” Young May 2005 vol. 13 no. 2 205-219 

Munksgaard, Andreas “Marxist thought, The Frankfurt School and the music industry” 2010

Negus, Keith “Cultural production and the corporation: musical genres and the strategic management of creativity in the US recording industry” Media, Culture & Society 1998 Vol. 20: 359–379

Neal, Mark Anthony “Sold out on Soul: The Corporate Annexation of Black Popular Music” Popular Music and Society, Volume 21, Issue 3, 1997 

Nehring , Neil “Everyone’s Given Up and Just Wants to Go Dancing”: From Punk to Rave in the Thatcher Era” Popular Music and Society Volume 30, Issue 1, 2007pages 1-18

Nevarez, Leonard “How Joy Division Came to Sound Like Manchester: Myth and Ways of Listening in the Neoliberal City” Journal of Popular Music Studies Vol. 25, Issue 1, March 2013, pp. 56–76

Noys, Benjamin “Days Of Phuture Past: Accelerationism In The Present Moment. In: Accelerationism: A Symposium on Tendencies in Capitalism” 14 Dec 2013, Berlin: University of Chichester 

Ntarangwi, Mwenda “Rumba Rules: The Politics of Dance Music in Mobutu’s Zaire (review)” Anthropological Quarterly Vol. 82, Number 3, Summer 2009, pp. 855-858

Osumare, Halifu “Becoming a ‘Society of the Spectacle’: Ghanaian Hiplife Music and Corporate Recolonization” Popular Music and Society Vol. 37, Issue 2, 2014, pp. 187-209 

Pine, Jason “Transnational organized crime and alternative culture industry” in Felia Allum & Stan Gilmour (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Transnational Organized Crime, Routledge, 2012

Prickett, Stacey. “Dance and the Workers’ Struggle”. Dance Research: The Journal of the Society for Dance Research Vol. 8, No. 1 Spring, 1990, 47-61. 

Reisch, George  “Marxism: The Music Theory That Never Goes Out of Style” PopMatters 1 March 2011 

Riley, S., Griffin, C., & Morey, Y. “The Rise of the ‘Pleasure Citizen’: How Leisure Can be a Site for Alternative Forms of Political Participation” In K. N. Demetriou (Ed.) Democracy in Transition. 2013, pp 61-75. 

Scott, Michael “Cultural Entrepreneurs, Cultural Entrepreneurship: Music Producers Mobilising and Converting Bourdieu’s Alternative Capitals” Poetics Vol. 40, Issue 3, June 2012, pp. 237–255 

Seddon, Portia “MP3 Blogging and the Urban Soundscape” Norient 23 May 2012 

Sellars, Alethea “The influence of dance music on the UK youth tourism market” Tourism Management Volume 19, Issue 6, December 1998, Pages 611–615 

Serazio, M. “The Apolitical Irony of Generation Mash‐Up: A Cultural Case Study in Popular Music” Popular Music and Society Vol. 31, No. 1, February 2008, pp. 79–94 

Siokou, Christine; Moore, David ‘This Is Not a Rave!’: Changes in the Commercialised Melbourne Rave/Dance Party SceneYouth Studies Australia  Volume 27 Issue 3 (Sept 2008)

St John, Graham “Party, Love and Profit: The Rhythms of the Love Parade (Interview with Wolfgang Sterneck)” Dancecult 2:1 2011 

Stokes, Martin “Music and the Global Order”. Annual Review of Anthropology Vol. 33, 2004, 47-72 

Stokes, Martin. “Marx, Money, and Musicians”. In Regula Qureshi (Ed) Music and Marx: Ideas, Practice and Politics. Psychology Press, 2002, 139-166. New York: Routledge.

Straw, Will “Exhausted Commodities: The Material Culture of Music” Canadian Journal of Communication Vol. 25, No 1, 2000

Talbot, Deborah “The juridification of nightlife and alternative culture: two UK case studies” International Journal of Cultural Policy 17:1 2011 81-93 

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.

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

Westlake, Douglas “The sonic fetish: a study of the Marxist approach to popular music” 2008 Thesis, Florida State. 

White, Bob “Soukouss or Sell-Out? Congolese Popular Dance Music as Cultural Commodity”. In Angelique Haugerud, Priscilla M. Stone, Peter D. Little (Eds.) Commodities and Globalization: Anthropological Perspectives, 2000, 33-58.  

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