Don't Lose Track is a collection from the widely published arts and culture journalist, Jordannah Elizabeth. The book includes reviews, essays and interviews hand selected by Jordannah from a catalog of over 200 articles.
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.
Rhian E. Jones
Class and gender in Britpop and after, and why 'chav' is a feminist issue.
Examining the recent changes in the labour of an artist and addressing them from the perspective of performance.
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
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.
An anthology featuring the most astute commentators and participants of the underground rise of punk, in this nuanced portrait of the era.
Declares the relationship between sound art and music “colloquial”: spoken and accessible, rather than locked behind disciplinary boundaries.
Why do people choose to believe things they know are untrue?