UTOPIA + FREE CULTURE

Brown, Matthew P. “Funk Music as Genre: Black aesthetics, apocalyptic thinking and urban protest in post-1965 African-American pop” Cultural Studies, Vol. 8, Issue 3, 1994 

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

Emmerson, Simon “Living Electronic Music: Contemporary investigation into the bodies and spaces of electronic music” 2007 

Fisher, Mark “The Metaphysics of Crackle: Afrofuturism and Hauntology” Dancecult Vol. 5, No. 2, 2013 

Medosch, A. (2005). “Roots Culture: Free Software Vibrations Inna Babylon.” Sarai Reader 2005 

Muñoz, José Esteban “Impossible Spaces: Kevin McCarty’s The Chameleon Club” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, Vol. 11, Issue 3 2005

Novotny, Patrick “No Future! Cyberpunk, Industrial Music, and the Aesthetics of Postmodern Disintegration” in Donald M. Hassler & Clyde Wilcox (eds.) Political Science Fiction, University of South Carolina Press, 1997

Partridge, Christopher. 2006. “The Spiritual and the Revolutionary: Alternative Spirituality, British Free Festival the Emergence of Rave Culture.” Culture and Religion 7(1), 41-60.

Pasquinelli, Matteo The Ideology of Free Culture and the Grammar of Sabotage (pdf) 

Petiau, Anne  “Free Parties and Teknivals: Gift-Exchange and Participation on the Margins of the Market and the State” Dancecult Vol 7, No 1 (2015) 

Pope, Richard “Hooked on an Affect: Detroit Techno and Dystopian Digital Culture” DanceCult Vol 2, No 1 (2011) 

Rietveld, Hillegonda. 1998. “Repetitive Beats: Free Parties and the Politics of Contemporary DiY Dance Cult Britain.” In DiY Culture: Party and Protest in Nineties Britain, edited by George McKay. London: Verso, 243

Rill, Brian. 2006. “Rave, Communitas, and Embodied Idealism.” Music Therapy Today 7(3), 648-661.

Rivera-Servera, Ramon H. “Choreographies of Resistance: Latinalo Queer Dance and the Utopian Performative” Modern Drama, Vol. 47, Issue 2, 2004 

Sites, William “’We Travelled the Spaceways’: Urban Utopianism and The Imagined Spaces of Black Experimental Music” Urban Geography, Vol. 33, Issue 4, 2012 

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

Turner, Fred “Bohemian Technocracy and the Countercultural press” Whole Earth Catalogue Fall 1969 

Turner, Fred “The Corporation and the Counterculture: Revisiting the Pepsi Pavilion and the Politics of Cold War Multimedia” The Velvet Light Trap, Number 73, Spring 2014, pp. 66-78 

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

Venezia, Tony “Utopia Loops, Ghost Legacies”Alluvium, Vol. 2, No. 4, 2013 (epub)

 

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