Moir, Z., & Hails, J. (in press). Sleepwalkers, Beware: Towards a Post-Structuralist Critique of Popular Music in Higher Education. In Z. Moir, B. Powell, & G. Dylan Smith (Eds.), The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music Education: Perspectives and PracticesLondon and New York: Bloomsbury Publishing
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Moir, Z., Ferguson, P., & Smith, G. D. (in press). Real Time, Remote, Collaborative Recording Sessions: Music Production Without Boundaries. In Producing MusicLondon and New York: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
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Moir, Z., Powell, B., & Smith, G. D. (in press). Popular Music Education: Perspectives and Practices. In Z. Moir, B. Powell, & G. Dylan Smith (Eds.), The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music Education: Perspectives and PracticesLondon and New York: Bloomsbury Publishing
Moir, Z. (2017). Learning to Create and Creating to Learn: Considering the Value of Popular Music Education. In J. Williams, & K. Williams (Eds.), The Singer Songwriter HandbookNew York: Bloomsbury Publishing
G. Dylan Smith, Z. Moir, M. Brennan, S. Rambarran, & P. Kirkman (Eds.), (2017). The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music Education
Popular music is a growing presence in education, formal and otherwise, from primary school to postgraduate study. Programmes, courses and modules in popular music studies, po...
Smith, G. D., Moir, Z., Brennan, M., Rambarran, S., & Kirkman, P. (2017). Popular Music Education (R)evolution. In G. Dylan Smith, Z. Moir, M. Brennan, S. Rambarran, & P. Kirkman (Eds.), The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music EducationOxon: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
Z. Moir, B. Powell, & G. Dylan Smith (Eds.), (in press). The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music Education: Perspectives and Practices
The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music Education draws together the most current thinking on the subject of popular music education from practical, empirical, ethnographic, ...
Moir, Z. (2017). Popular Music Making and Young People: Leisure, Education, and Industry. In R. Mantie, & G. D. Smith (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Music Making and LeisureNew York: Oxford University Press (OUP). doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190244705.013.9
Many young people are involved in music making activities that may be considered as “leisure,” such as playing in bands, making recordings, or live performance. Music making, ...
(2016). Beyond Borealism: New Perspectives on the North. ISBN 1909408336
Since the 1970s, jazz from Scandinavia has represented a distinct reimagining of the erstwhile American music form with the term “Nordic tone” being liberally applied in the m...
Atton, C. (2016). Between the avant-garde and the popular: the discursive economy of Brian Eno’s musical practices. In Albiez, S. & Pattie, D. (Eds.). Brian Eno: Oblique Music, 69-83. Bloomsbury Publishing. ISBN 9781441129123
Ferguson, P. (2015). Real-time long-distance music collaboration using the Internet. In Hepworth-Sawyer, R., Hodgson, J., Paterson, J. L. & Toulson, R. (Eds.). Innovation in Music II, 174-178. Future Technology Press. ISBN 978-1-911108-04-7
The recent but rapid adoption of networked audio systems such as RedNet within the commercial and education domains is, as yet, limited to Local Area Networks (LANs) or Campus...
Atton, C. (2014). Writing about popular music: continuity, change and convergence in a digital age. In F. Trumpi, & S. Obert (Eds.), Musikkritik: Historische Zugänge und systematische Perspektiven, 11-32. Mille Tre Verlag
Moir, Z., & Overy, K. (2013). The Impact of Cochlear Implants on Musical Experience. In V. Bates, A. Bleakley, & S. Goodman (Eds.), Medicine, Health and the Arts: Approaches to the Medical Humanities, 246-263. London: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
Fitch, L., & Hails, J. (2010). Failed Time, Successful Time, Shadowtime: An Interview with Brian Ferneyhough. In M. Paddison, & D. DELIÈGE (Eds.), Contemporary Music: Critical and Theoretical Perspectives, 319-330. Ashgate
Atton, C. (2009). In search of cultural politics in a Fall fanzine. In M. Goddard, & B. Halligan (Eds.), Mark E. Smith and the Fall: Art, Music and Politics, 169-180. Ashgate