In 2012, Thomas Gardner and Salomé Voegelin hosted a colloquium, entitled "Music - Sound Art: Historical Continuum and Mimetic Fissures", at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. This colloquium dealt with the current fervent debate concerning the relationship between sound art and music.
This book proposes the opening of the colloquium to a wider readership through the publication of a decisive range of the material that defined the event.
An explosive unique crucial book tackling the issues of Jewish Identity Politics and ideology and their global influence.
An examination of why modern art can be easier to appreciate than modern music.
David Bowie: every single song. Everything you want to know, everything you didn't know.
A new system for imagining music, built on the infnite possibilities of twenty-first century technology.
Rhian E. Jones
Class and gender in Britpop and after, and why 'chav' is a feminist issue.
Neoliberalism co-opts noisy riots like feminism and hardcore music--can melancholic siren songs fight back?
A Punch and Judy show of intellectual diaspora making mincemeat of some pop culture sacred cows
Marc James Léger
Brave New Avant Garde provides an unexpected exploration of critical strategies for anticapitalist cultural theory and practice.
If the Sex Pistols and The Clash represented punk's sacred, then The Stranglers were its profane. Strangled sets out to explain why discussion of this most taboo of bands has for so long been silenced-a collective cultural Omerta.
Melancology addresses Black Metal as a form of environmental writing and provides a provocative contribution to debates on ecology.