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Studies in Popular Music
Edited by: Alyn Shipton & Christopher Partridge

From jazz to reggae, bhangra to heavy metal, electronica to qawwali, and from production to consumption, Studies in Popular Music is a multi-disciplinary series which aims to contribute to a comprehensive understanding of popular music. It will provide analyses of theoretical perspectives, a broad range of case studies, and discussion of key issues.

Book proposals may be sent to Alyn Shipton here

9 book(s) found. Click on a book title to view further details

Falco and Beyond (April 2014)
Neo Nothing Post of All
Ewa Mazierska

Heavy Metal (April 2013)
Controversies and Countercultures
Edited by: Titus Hjelm, Keith Kahn-Harris, Mark LeVine

Global Tribe (November 2012)
Technology, Spirituality and Psytrance
Graham St John

Nick Cave (May 2012)
A Study of Love, Death and Apocalypse
Roland Boer

The Lost Women of Rock Music (April 2012)
Female Musicians of the Punk Era (second edition)
Helen Reddington

Send in the Clones (April 2012)
A Cultural Study of the Tribute Band
Georgina Gregory

Dub in Babylon (October 2010)
Understanding the Evolution and Significance of Dub Reggae in Jamaica and Britain from King Tubby to Post-punk
Christopher Partridge

Technomad (November 2009)
Global Raving Countercultures
Graham St John

Open Up the Doors (December 2006)
Music in the Modern Church
Mark Evans

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