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Challenging authenticity: fakes and forgeries in rock music

Journal Article
Atton, C. (2019)
Challenging authenticity: fakes and forgeries in rock music. Popular Music, 38(2), 204-218. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0261143019000084
Authenticity is a key concept in the evaluation of rock music by critics and fans. The production of fakes challenges the means by which listeners evaluate the authentic, by ...

Can Music be Digitised? Samplers, Democratisation, and 'the Digital Age'

Presentation / Conference
Harkins, P. (2018, December)
Can Music be Digitised? Samplers, Democratisation, and 'the Digital Age'. Paper presented at Music, Digitalisation, and Democracy
Rather than an abrupt or revolutionary shift from analogue to digital, I will argue in this paper that the use of digital technologies such as samplers have been part of a mor...

Following the Distributors: Syco Systems and the Selling of Musical Instruments.

Presentation / Conference
Harkins, P. (2018, September)
Following the Distributors: Syco Systems and the Selling of Musical Instruments. Paper presented at Art of Record Production (ARP)/International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) UK & Ireland Branch Conference
Since the 1980s and 1990s, scholars in Science and Technology Studies (STS) and, more specifically, those adopting the Social Construction of Technology (SCOT) approach have b...

Becoming a User? Science & Technology Studies (STS) and the Design/Use of Digital Synthesizer/Sampling Instruments

Presentation / Conference
Harkins, P. (2018, June)
Becoming a User? Science & Technology Studies (STS) and the Design/Use of Digital Synthesizer/Sampling Instruments. Presented at Workshop on Objects of Electronic Sound & Music in Museums
This provocation will give an overview of a research project about the historical and contemporary uses of digital synthesizer/sampling instruments. One of the problems I face...

Blake Schwarzenbach and the anxieties of American punk rock: 1991–present

Journal Article
Keeble, A. (2016)
Blake Schwarzenbach and the anxieties of American punk rock: 1991–present. Punk and Post Punk, 5(3), 295-310. https://doi.org/10.1386/punk.5.3.295_1
This article argues that Blake Schwarzenbach was a pivotal figure in the evolution of American punk from the early 1990s. Schwarzenbach’s journey as a punk figure has exemplif...

Music From The Mundane: Found Sounds and Popular Music Composition

Presentation / Conference
Moir, Z. (2018, June)
Music From The Mundane: Found Sounds and Popular Music Composition. Paper presented at Association of Popular Music Education Annual Conference, Tennessee, USA
No abstract available.

Sleepwalkers, Beware: Towards a Post-Structuralist Critique of Popular Music in Higher Education

Book Chapter
Moir, Z., & Hails, J. (2019)
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
No abstract available.

Futures in Jazz - Education and Industry (Panel Chair)

Presentation / Conference
Moir, Z. (2016, July)
Futures in Jazz - Education and Industry (Panel Chair). Presented at Continental Drift: 50 Years of Jazz from Europe
No abstract available.

Learning to Create and Creating to Learn: Considering the Value of Popular Music Education

Book
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
No abstract available.

Popular Music Making and Young People: Leisure, Education, and Industry

Book
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, ...