DJ culture in the mix : power, technology, and social change in electronic dance music /

DJ culture in the mix : power, technology, and social change in electronic dance music / edited by Bernardo Alexander Attias, Anna Gavanas, Hillegonda C. Rietveld. . - x, 331 pages illustrations 31 cm - 31 cm . - EMS : A1

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Acknowledgements -- Introduction / Hillegonda C. Rietveld -- Subjectivity in the Groove: Phonography, Digitality, and Fidelity / Bernardo Alexander Attias -- DJ Technologies, Social Networks, and Gendered Trajectories in European DJ Cultures / Anna Gavanas and Rosa Reitsamer -- ‘Journey to the Light’? Immersion, Spectacle, and Mediation / Hillegonda C. Rietveld -- The DJ as Electronic De-Territorializer / Mirko M. Hall and Naida Zukic -- ‘It’s Not the Mix, It’s the Selection’: Music Programming in Contemporary DJ Culture / Kai Fikentscher -- Electronic Dance Music and Technological Change: Lessons from Actor-Network Theory / Jonathan Yu -- DJ Culture and the Commercial Club Scene in Sydney / Ed Montano -- DJs and the Aesthetic of Acceleration in Drum ‘n’ Bass / Chris Christodoulou -- The Forging of a White Gay Aesthetic at the Saint, 1980-84 / Tim Lawrence -- DJs as Cultural Mediators: the Mixing Work of São Paulo’s Peripheral DJs / Ivan Paolo de Paris Fontanari -- War on the Dance Floor: Synthscenen’s Military Power Games / Johanna Paulsson -- DJ-Driven Literature: A Linguistic Remix / Simon A. Morrison -- Contributors -- Index

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