DRN Reference Resource

Books

Author(s)YearPublicationLinkDate Added
Albiez, Sean and Pattie, David (eds.)2010Kraftwerk: Music Non Stop. New York / London: Continuum.link4/6/2018
Anderson, Tammy2009Rave Culture: the Alteration and Decline of a Philadelphia Music Scene. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.link4/6/2018
Anthony, Wayne1998Class of 88: The True Acid House Experience. London: Virgin.4/6/2018
Anthony, Wayne1999Spanish Highs: Sex, Drugs & Excess in Ibiza. London: Virgin.4/6/2018
Ayers, Michael D2006Cybersounds: Essays On Virtual Music Culture. New York: Peter Lang.4/6/2018
Bahr, Xenia and Oliver Rossdeutscher1995No Rites: Techno-House in Hamburg. Hamburg: Kellner.4/6/2018
Barr, Tim2000Techno: The Rough Guide. London: Rough Guide Ltd.4/6/2018
Beeler, Stanley2007Dance, Drugs, and Escape: The Club Scene in Literature, Film, and Television Since the Late 1980s. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland & Co.4/6/2018
Belle-Fortune, Brian2004All Crews: Journeys Through Jungle / Drum & Bass Culture. London: Vision.4/6/2018
Bennett, Andy, Barry Shank and Jason Toynbee2006Popular Music Studies Reader. New York: Routledge.4/6/2018
Bidder, Sean1999The Rough Guide to House. London: Rough Guides Ltd.4/6/2018
Bidder, Sean2001Pump Up The Volume: A History of House. London: Channel 4 Books.4/6/2018
Blackman, Shane2004Chilling Out: the cultural politics of substance consumption, youth and drug policy. Maidenhead: Open University Press.4/6/2018
Breinl, Christiana2012Free Tekno : Geschichte einer Gegenkultur. Wien: Lit-Verlag.4/6/2018
Brewtser, Bill & Frank Broughton1999Last Night a DJ Saved My Life. New York: Grove Press.4/6/2018
Bull, Michale, Les Back2003The Auditory Culuture Reader (Sensory Formation). Oxford: Berg.4/6/2018
Bussman, Jane1998Once in a Lifetime: The Crazy Days of Acid House and Afterwards. London: Virgin.4/6/2018
Butler, Mark J2006Unlocking the Groove: Rhythm, meter and musical design in electronic dance music. Bloomington and Indianapolis, IN: Indiana University Press.4/6/2018
Chang, Jeff2005Can't Stop Won't Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Generation. New York: Picador.4/6/2018
Collin, Matthew1997Altered State: The Story of Ecstasy Culture and Acid House. London: Serpent's Tail.4/6/2018
Colombié, Thierry, Nacer Lalam and Michel Schiray2000Drogue et techno: les trafiquants de rave. Paris: Stock.4/6/2018
Courtney, Dave2000Raving Lunacy: Clubbed to Death - Adventures on the Rave Scene. London: Virgin.4/6/2018
D'Andrea, Anthony2007Global Nomads: Techno and New Age as Transnational Countercultures. London/New York: Routledge.4/6/2018
De Haro, Sarah and Wilfrid Estéve20023672: La Free Story. Paris: Trouble-Fête.4/6/2018
de Jong, Alex, Marc Shuilenberg2006Mediapolis: Popular Culture and the City. Rotterdam: 010 Publishers.4/6/2018
Eshun, Kodwo1998More Brilliant Than The Sun: Adventures In Sonic Fiction. London: Quartet Books.4/6/2018
Fikentscher, Kai2000"You Better Work!": Underground Dance Music in New York City. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press.4/6/2018
Fink, Robert2005Repeating Ourselves: American Minimal Music as Cultural Practice. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.4/6/2018
Fritz, Jimi1999Rave Culture: An Insider's Overview. Canada: Smallfry Press.4/6/2018
Gaillot, Michel1998Multiple Meaning Techno: An Artistic and Political Laboratory of the Present. Paris: Editions Dis Voir.4/6/2018
Garratt, Sheryl1998Adventures in Wonderland: A Decade of Club Culture. London: Headline.4/6/2018
Geoffrey Hunt, Molly Moloney and Kristin Evans2010Youth, Drugs and Nightlife. London and New York: Routledge.4/6/2018
Gilbert, Jeremy and Ewan Pearson1999Discographies: Dance Music, Culture and the Politics of Sound. London: Routledge.4/6/2018
Green, Jared2005DJ, Dance and Rave Culture. Detroit: Greenhaven Press.4/6/2018
Grynszpan, Emmanuel1999Bruyante Techno: réflexion sur le son de la free party. Nantes: M. Séteun.4/6/2018
Hebdige, Dick1987Cut 'n' Mix: Culture, Identity and Caribbean Music. New York: Methuen.4/6/2018
Hitzler, Ronald and Michaela Pfadenhauer2001Techno-Soziologie : Erkundungen einer Jugendkultur. Opladen: Leske + Budrich.4/6/2018
Hope, Donna P2006Inna di Dancehall: Popular Culture and the Politics of Identity in Jamaica. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press.4/6/2018
Hutnyk, John2000Critique of Exotica: music, politics and the culture industry. London: Pluto Press.4/6/2018
Hutton, Fiona2006Risky Pleasures? Club Cultures and Feminine Identities. Aldershot: Ashgate.4/6/2018
Jackson, Phil2004Inside Clubbing: Sensual Experiments in the Art of Being Human. Oxford: Berg.4/6/2018
Jagodzinski, Jan2005Music in Youth Culture: A Lacanian Approach. New York :: Palgrave Macmillan.4/6/2018
James, Martin1997State of Bass: Jungle - The Story So Far. Basingstoke: Boxtree/ Macmillan.4/6/2018
James, Martin1998Prodigy: Adventures with the Voodoo Crew. London: Ebury Press.4/6/2018
James, Martin2001Moby: Replay - His Life and Times. London: Independent Music Press.4/6/2018
James, Martin2002Fatboy Slim: Funk Soul Brother. London: Sanctuary.4/6/2018
James, Martin2002Prodigy. London: Sanctuary.4/6/2018
James, Martin2003French Connections - From Discotheque to Discovery. London: Sanctuary.4/6/2018
Kemper, Christian2004Mapping techno: jugendliche Mentalitäten der 90er. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.4/6/2018
Knowles, Cynthia2001Up all Night: A Closer Look at Club Drugs and Rave Culture. Geneseo, N.Y: Red House Press.4/6/2018
Lawrence, Pete and Vicki Howard (eds)2004Crossfade: A Big Chill Anthology. London: Serpent’s Tail.4/6/2018
Lawrence, Tim2003Love Saves the Day: A History of American Dance Music Culture, 1970-1979. Durham and London: Duke University Press.4/6/2018
Leloup, Jean-Yves2007Digital Magma : de l'utopie des rave parties à la génération ipod. Paris: Scali.4/6/2018
Leloup, Jean-Yves2010Digital Magma:From the Utopia of Rave Parties to the Ipod Generation. New York: Lukas & Sternberg.4/6/2018
Leloup, Jean-Yves, Jean-Philippe Renoult, Pierre-Emmanuel Rastoin and Ariel Kyrou1999Global Tekno vol.1 : Voyage initiatique au cœur de la musique électronique. Paris: Camion Blanc.4/6/2018
Leloup, Jean-Yves, Jean-Philippe Renoult, Pierre-Emmanuel Rastoin and Ariel Kyrou2008Global Techno 1.0 : l'authentique histoire de la musique électronique. Paris: Scali.4/6/2018
Leneghan, Sean2010The Varities of Ecstasy Experience: An Exploration of Person, Mind and Body in Sydney's Club Culture. Sydney Australia: Lambert Academic Press.4/6/2018
Lysloff, René T.A. and Leslie C. Gay, editors2003Music and Technoculture. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press.4/6/2018
Malbon, Ben1999Clubbing: dancing, ecstasy and vitality. London: Routledge.4/6/2018
Mellonee V. Burnim and Portia K. Maultsby2006African American Music: An Introduction. New York: Routledge.4/6/2018
Pinch, Trevor, Frank Trocco2002Analog Days: The Invention and Impact of the Moog Synthesizer. Boston: Harvard University Press.4/6/2018
Pini, Maria2001Club Cultures and Female Subjectivity: the move from home to house. Hampshire: Palgrave.4/6/2018
Prendergast, Mark2000The Ambient Century: from Mahler to Moby – the Evolution of Sound in the Electronic Age. London: Bloomsbury.4/6/2018
Push & Mireille Silcott2000The book of E: All About Ecstasy. London: Omnibus.4/6/2018
Queudrus, Sandy2000Un Maquis Techno: Modes de'Engagement et Pratiques Sociales dans la Free-Party. Paris: IRMA editions.4/6/2018
Racine, Étienne2002Le Phénomène Techno: Clubs, Raves, Free-parties. Paris: Imago.4/6/2018
Rapp, Tobias2009Lost and Sound: Berlin, Techno und der Easyjetset. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp.4/6/2018
Redhead, Steve1993Rave off: Politics and Deviance in Contemporary Youth Culture. Avebury: Aldershot.4/6/2018
Redhead, Steve (ed.)1997The Clubcultures Reader: readings in popular cultural studies. Oxford: Blackwell.4/6/2018
Reynolds, Simon2012Energy Flash: A Journey Through Rave Music and Dance Culture (Reprint Edition)8/6/2018
Rietveld, Hillegonda C1998This Is Our House: House Music, Cultural Spaces and Technologies. Aldershot: Ashgate.4/6/2018
Rupert Till2010Pop Cult: religion and popular music. London: Continuum.link4/6/2018
Saldanha, Arun2007Psychedelic White: Goa Trance and the Viscosity of Race. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.4/6/2018
Saunders, Nicholas1993E for Ecstasy. London: Nicholas Saunders.link4/6/2018
Saunders, Nicholas and Rick Doblin1996Ecstasy: Dance, trance & transformation. San Francisco: Quick American Publishing Company.4/6/2018
Shapiro, Peter1999Drum'n'bass: The Rough Guide. London: Rough Guide Ltd.4/6/2018
Shapiro, Peter ed2000Modulations: A History of Electronic Music: Throbbing Words on Sound. New York: Caipirinha Productions Inc.4/6/2018
Sicko, Dan1999Techno Rebels: The Renegades of Electronic Funk. New York: Billboard Books.4/6/2018
Silcott, Mireille1999Rave America: New school dancescapes. Quebec: ECW Press.4/6/2018
Simon A. Morrison2010Discombobulated - Dispatches From The Wrong Side. London: Headpress.link4/6/2018
Snoman, Rick2004The Dance Music Manual: Tools, Toys and Techniques. Boston: Focal Press.4/6/2018
St John, Graham2009Technomad: Global Raving Countercultures. London: Equinox.link4/6/2018
St John, Graham (ed)2001FreeNRG: Notes From the Edge of the Dance Floor. Altona: Common Ground.link4/6/2018
St John, Graham (ed)2004Rave Culture and Religion. New York: Routledge.4/6/2018
St John, Graham (ed)2010The Local Scenes and Global Culture of Psytrance. New York: Routledge.4/6/2018
Sterneck, Wolfgang2005Tandzende Sterne: Party, Tribes und Widerstand. Frankfurt-main: Nacthtschatten and KomstA.4/6/2018
Stolzoff, Norman2000Wake the Town and Tell the People: Dancehall Culture in Jamaica. London: Duke University Press.4/6/2018
Stone, C. J1996Fierce Dancing: Adventures in the Underground. London: Faber and Faber.4/6/2018
Sylvan, Robin2005Trance Formation: The Spiritual and Religious Dimensions of Global Rave Culture. New York: Routledge.4/6/2018
Sylvan, Robin Daniel2002Traces of the spirit: The religious dimensions of popular music. New York: New York University Press.4/6/2018
Taylor, Timothy D2001Strange Sounds: Music, Technology & Culture. New York: Routledge.4/6/2018
Thornton, Sarah1996Club Cultures: Music, Media, and Subcultural Capital. Hanover: Wesleyan University Press.4/6/2018
Toop, David1995Ocean of Sound: Aether Talk, Ambient Sound and Imaginary Worlds. London: Serpent's Tail.4/6/2018
Toop, David2004Haunted Weather: Music, Silence, and Memory. London: Serpents Tail.4/6/2018
Twist, Cinnamon (ed.)1999Guerillas of Harmony: Communiques from the Dance Underground. LA: Tribal Donut.4/6/2018
Vaudrin, Marie-Claude2004La musique techno, ou, Le retour de Dionysos: je rave, tu raves, nous rêvons. Paris: Harmattan.4/6/2018
Veal, Michael2007Dub: Soundscapes and Shattered Songs in Jamaican Reggae. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press.4/6/2018
Weinel, Jon2018Inner Sound: Altered States of Consciousness in Electronic Music and Audio-Visual Media. New York: Oxford University Press.link6/15/2018
Whelan, Andrew2008Breakcore: identity and interaction on peer-to-peer. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars.link4/6/2018
Wilder, Eliot2005Endtroducing. London: Continuum Books.4/6/2018
Wilson, Brian2006Fight, Flight Or Chill: Subcultures, Youth, And Rave In The Twenty-first Century. Kingston, Ontario: McGill-Queen's University Press.4/6/2018
St John, Graham (ed)2017Weekend Societies: Electronic Dance Music Festivals and Event-Cultures. New York: Bloomsbury.6/25/2018
Butler, Mark J2014"Playing with Something That Runs : Technology, Improvisation, and Composition in DJ and Laptop Performance." New York, NY: Oxford University Press.link6/25/2018
St John, Graham2013Global Tribe: Technology, Spirituality and Psytrance. Sheffield: Equinox Publishing.6/25/2018
Lawrence, Tim2016Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor 1980–1983. Durham and London: Duke University Press.7/30/2018
Brøvig-Hanssen, Ragnhild, and Anne Danielsen2016Digital Signatures. The Impact of Digitization on Popular Music Sound. Cambridge and London: MIT Presslink7/30/2018
Rappe, Michael2010Under Construction. Kontextbezogene Analyse afroamerikanischer Popmusik. Köln: Dohrlink7/30/2018
Chrysagis, E. and P. Karampampas (eds)2017"Collaborative Intimacies: Anthropologies of Sound and Movement." ‘Dance and Performance Studies’ book series, New York and Oxford: Berghahn.link8/21/2018

Book Chapters

Author(s)YearPublicationLinkDate Added
Albiez, Sean2003"Sounds of Future Past: from Neu! to Numan." In Pop Sounds: Klangtexturen in der Pop- und Rockmusik, edited by Phleps, Thomas & von Appen, Ralf. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 129-152.4/6/2018
Bates, Eliot2004"Glitches, Bugs, and Hisses: the degeneration of musical recordings and the contemporary musical work." In Bad Music: Music that you love to hate, edited by Chris Washburne and Maiken Derno. New York: Routledge.4/6/2018
Bennett, Andy2000"Dance Music, Local Identity and Urban Space." In Popular Music and Youth Culture: Music, Identity and Place, edited by (Bennett, Andy). New York: St. Martin's Press, 73-102.4/6/2018
Birgy, Phillipe2003"French Electronic Music: The Invention of a Tradition." In Popular Music in France from Chanson to Techno: Culture, Identity and Society, edited by Hugh Dauncey and Steve Cannon. Aldershot: Ashgate, 225-242.4/6/2018
Butler, Mark J2005"‘Everybody Needs a 303, Everybody Loves a Filter’: Electronic Dance Music and the Aesthetics of Obsolescence." In Digital Media: Transformations in Human Communication, edited by Paul Messaris and Lee Humphreys. New York: Peter Lang, 111-18.4/6/2018
Carrington, Ben and Brian Wilson2004"Dance Nation: Rethinking Youth Subcultural Theory." In After Subculture: Critical Studies of Contemporary Youth Culture, edited by Andy Bennett and Keith Kahn-Harris. New York: Palgrave, 65-78.4/6/2018
Chan, Seb1999"Bubbling Acid: Sydney’s Techno Underground." In Australian Youth Subcultures: On the Margins and in the Mainstream, edited by Rob White. Hobart: ACYS Publications, 65-73.4/6/2018
D'Andrea, Anthony2003"Global Nomads: Techno and New Age as Transnational Countercultures in Ibiza and Goa." In Rave Culture and Religion, edited by Graham St. John. New York and London: Routledge, 236-255.4/6/2018
Davis, Erik2004"Hedonic Tantra: Golden Goa’s Trance Transmission." In Rave Culture and Religion, edited by Graham St John. London: Routledge, 256-272.4/6/2018
Dyer, Richard1990"In Defence of Disco." In On Record: Rock, Pop and the Written Word, edited by Simon Frith and Andrew Goodwin. New York: Pantheon, 410-418.4/6/2018
Fikentscher, Kai2003"There's not a problem I can't fix, 'cause I can do it in the mix: On the Performative Technology of 12-inch Vinyl." In Music and Technoculture, edited by Lysloff, René and Gay, Leslie C. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 290-315.4/6/2018
Fikentscher, Kai2006"Disco and House." In African American Music: An Introduction, edited by Mellonee V. Burnim and Portia K. Maultsby. New York: Routledge, 456-470.4/6/2018
Gadir, Tami2017"'I Don't Play Girly House Music': Women, Sonic Stereotyping, and the Dancing DJ." In the Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music and Gender, edited by Stan Hawkins. London and New York: Routledge, 196–210.link6/15/2018
Garcia, Luis-Manuel2013"Crowd Solidarity on the Dance Floor in Paris and Berlin." In Musical Performance and the Changing City: Post-industrial Contexts in Europe and the United States, edited by Fabian Holt and Carsten Wergin, 227–255. New York, NY: Routledge.link5/9/2018
Gauthier, François2004"Rapturous Ruptures: The ‘Instituant’ Religious Experience of Rave." In Rave Culture and Religion, edited by Graham St John. London: Routledge, 65-84.4/6/2018
Gerard, Morgan2004"Selecting Ritual: DJs, Dancers and Liminality in Underground Dance Music." In Rave Culture and Religion, edited by Graham St. John. London: Routledge, 167-184.4/6/2018
Gibson, Chris2001"Appropriating the Means of Production: Dance Music Industries and Contested Digital Space." In FreeNRG: Notes From the Edge of the Dance Floor, edited by Graham St John. Melbourne: Common Ground, 237-255.4/6/2018
Gore, G1997"Trance, dance and Tribalism in Rave Culture." In Dance in the City, edited by Thomas, Helen. London: MacMillan, 73-83.4/6/2018
Grayson, Kyle2008"The (Geo)Politics of Dancing: Illicit Drugs and Canadian Rave." In Chasing Dragons: Security, Identity, and Illicit Drugs in Canada, edited by Kyle Grayson. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.4/6/2018
Hall, Joanna2008"Mapping the Multifarious: The Genrification of Dance Music Club Cultures." In Decentring Dancing Texts: The Challenge of Interpreting Dances, edited by Lansdale, J. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.4/6/2018
Hesmondhalgh, David, and Caspar Melville2001"Urban Breakbeat Culture." In Global Noise: Rap and Hip-Hop Outside the USA, edited by Timothy Mitchell. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press.4/6/2018
Hill, Desmond1999"Mobile Anarchy: The House Movement, Shamanism and Community." In Psychedelics Reimagined, edited by Thomas Lyttle. New York: Autonomedia, 95-106.4/6/2018
Hitzler, Ronald & Pfadenhauer, Michaela2002"Existential Strategies: The Making of Community and Politics in the Techno/Rave Scene." In Postmodern Existential Sociology, edited by Joseph Kotarba and John Johnson. Walnut Creek: Alta Mira, 87-101.4/6/2018
Huq, Rupa1999"The Right to Rave: Opposition to the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994." In Storming the Millennium: The New Politics of Change, edited by Tim Jordan. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 15-33.4/6/2018
Huq, Rupa2002"Raving, not drowning: Authenticity, pleasure and politics in the electronic dance music scene." In Popular Music Studies, edited by David Hesmondhalgh and Keith Negus. London: Arnold.4/6/2018
Lasén, Amparo2004"El baile de las mákinas." In Musiques, arts et technologies, edited by Roberto Barbanti, Enrique Lynch, Carmen Pardo, and Makis Solomos. Paris: L'Harmattan, 303-315.4/6/2018
Lipsitz, George2007"Techno: The Hidden History of Automation." In Footsteps In The Dark: The Hidden Histories of Popular Music, edited by None. Minneapolis: Univ of Minnesota Press, 238-62.link4/6/2018
Malbon , Ben1998"Clubbing: Consumption, Identity and the Spatial Practices of Every-Night Life." In Cool Places: Geographies of Youth Cultures, edited by Skelton, T and Valentine, G. London: Routledge, 266-286.4/6/2018
May, Beverly2006"Techno." In African American Music: An Introduction, edited by Mellonee V. Burnim and Portia K. Maultsby. New York: Routledge, 313-352.4/6/2018
McRobbie, Angela1994"Shut up and Dance: Youth Culture and Changing Modes of Femininity." In Postmodernism and Popular Culture, edited by McRobbie, Angela. London; New York: Routledge.4/6/2018
Measham, F. and K. Moore2006"Reluctant Reflexivity, Implicit Insider Knowledge, and the Development of Club Studies." In Drugs, Clubs and Young People: Sociological and Public Health Perspectives, edited by B.Sanders. Aldershot: Ashgate.4/6/2018
Melechi, Antonio1993"The Ecstasy of Disappearance." In Rave Off: Politics and Deviance in Contemporary Youth Culture, edited by Redhead, Steve. Avebury: Aldershot, 29-40.4/6/2018
Moore, K2003"E-heads Vs Beer Monsters: Researching young people’s drug consumption in dance club settings." In Researching Youth: Issues, Controversies and Dilemmas, edited by A. Bennett, S. Miles, and M. Cielslik (eds.). London: Palgrave.4/6/2018
Moore, Karenza2006"“Sort Drugs, Make Mates”: The Use and Meanings of Mobiles in Club Culture." In Consuming Music Together: Social and collaborative aspects of music consumption technologies, edited by B. Brown and K. O’Hara (eds.). Netherlands: Springer.4/6/2018
Moore, Karenza2009"Exploring Emotional and Spiritual Expression amongst 'Crasher Clubbers'." In Religion and Youth, edited by S. Collins-Mayo and B. Pink-Dandelion (eds.). Aldershot: Ashgate.4/6/2018
Murray, Enda2001"Sound Systems and Australian DiY Culture: Folk Music for the Dot Com Generation." In FreeNRG: Notes From the Edge of the Dance Floor, edited by Graham St John. Melbourne: Common Ground, 57-70.4/6/2018
Nye, Sean2006"Techno in der BRAVO: eine wahre Geschichte." In 50 Jahre BRAVO, edited by Archiv der Jugendkulturen. Berlin: Verlag Archiv der Jugendkulturen, 210-25.4/6/2018
Pini, Maria1997"Cyborgs, Nomads and the Raving Feminine." In Dance in the City, edited by Thomas, H. London: Macmillan, 111-129.4/6/2018
Pini, Maria1998"‘Peak Practices’: The Production and Regulation of Ecstatic Bodies." In The Virtual Embodied: Presence/Practice/Technology, edited by John Wood. London: Routledge, 168-177.4/6/2018
Portnoy, Sean1999"This is Fascism? Raves and the Politics of Dancing." In Reading Rock and Roll: Authenticity, Appropriation, Aesthetics, edited by Kevin Dettmar and William Richey. New York: Columbia University Press, 191-208.4/6/2018
Reynolds, Simon1997"Rave Culture: Living Dream or Living Death?." In The Clubcultures Reader: Readings in Popular Cultural Studies, edited by Redhead, Steve. Oxford: Blackwell, 102-111.4/6/2018
Reynolds, Simon1997"Return to Eden: Innocence, Indolence and Pastoralism in Psychedelic Music, 1966-1996." In Psychedelica Britannica: Hallucinogenic Drugs in Britain, edited by Antonio Melechi. London: Turnaround, 143-165.4/6/2018
Rietveld, Hillegonda1998"Repetitive Beats: Free Parties and the Politics of Contemporary DiY Dance Culture in Britain." In DiY Culture: Party and Protest in Nineties Britain, edited by George McKay. London: Verso, 243-268.4/6/2018
Rietveld, Hillegonda C1993"Living the Dream." In Rave Off, Politics and Deviance in Contemporary Youth Culture, edited by Steve Redhead. Aldershot (UK): Avebury/Ashgate, 41 - 78.4/6/2018
Rietveld, Hillegonda C1998"The House Sound of Chicago." In The Clubcultures Reader, edited by S. Redhead. Oxford: Blackwell.4/6/2018
Rietveld, Hillegonda C2001"Im Strom des Techno." In Handbuch der Musik im 20. Jahrhundert: Rock- und Popmusik, edited by Peter Wicke. Laaber (Germany): Laaber-Verlag.4/6/2018
Rietveld, Hillegonda C2004"House: The Hacienda Must Be Built." In Crossfade, edited by Pete Lawrence and Vicki Howard. London: Serpent's Tail, 119 - 140.4/6/2018
Rietveld, Hillegonda C2004"Ephemeral Spirit: Sacrificial Cyborg and Soulful Community." In Rave and Religion, edited by Graham St John. London & New York: Routledge, 45 - 60.link4/6/2018
Rietveld, Hillegonda C2005"Into the Spectrum of Techno." In Techno Visions, edited by Harald Wiltsche. Vienna (Austria) and Bozen (Italy): Folio.4/6/2018
Rietveld, Hillegonda C2007"The Residual Soul Sonic Force of the Vinyl 12" Dance Single." In Residual Media, edited by Charles Ackland. Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press, 97 - 114.4/6/2018
Ross, Andrew2003"Back to basics with the Roland 303." In Music and technoculture, edited by Lysloff, René and Leslie Gay. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press.4/6/2018
Spring, Ken2004"Behind the Rave: Structure and Agency in a Rave Scene." In Music Scenes: Local, Translocal and Virtual, edited by Andy Bennett and Richard A. Peterson. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 48-63.4/6/2018
St John, Graham2003"Post-Rave Technotribalism and the Carnival of Protest." In The Post-Subcultures Reader, edited by Muggleton, David and Weinzierl, Rupert. London: Berg, 65-82.4/6/2018
St John, Graham2008"Trance Tribes and Dance Vibes: Victor Turner and Trance Dance Culture." In Victor Turner and Contemporary Cultural Performance, edited by Graham St John. New York: Berghahn, 149-173.4/6/2018
St John, Graham2010"Liminal Culture and Global Movement: The Transitional World of Psytrance." In The Local Scenes and Global Culture of Psytrance, edited by Graham St John. New York: Routledge, 220-246.4/6/2018
St John, Graham2011"Rave From the Grave: Dark Trance and the Return of the Dead." In Zombies Are Us: Essays on the Humanity of the Walking Dead, edited by Cory James Rushton and Christopher M. Moreman. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland, 24-39.4/6/2018
St John, Graham2011"The 2012 Movement, Visionary Arts and Psytrance Culture." In 2012: Decoding the Countercultural Apocalypse, edited by Joseph Gelfer. London: Equinox, 123-143.4/6/2018
Thornton, Sarah1994"Moral Panic, the Media, and British Rave Culture." In Microphone Fiends: Youth Music & Youth Culture, edited by A. Ross and T. Rose. New York: Routledge, 176-192.4/6/2018
Till, Rupert2001"Clubbing – a new performance tradition." In Changing Sounds, edited by Tony Mitchell. Sydney, Australia: UTS.4/6/2018
Till, Rupert2009"Popular Music as Religion: from trance dancing to worshipping popular music icons." In The Quest for Spirituality and Religion / Es glaubt: Suchen nach Spiritualität und Religion, edited by Niederberger, Lukas; Müller, Lars. Baden, Switzerland: Lars Muller Publishers.4/6/2018
Till, Rupert2009"Possession trance ritual in electronic dance music culture: a popular ritual technology for reenchantment, addressing the crisis of the homeless self, and reinserting the individual into the community." In Exploring Religion and the Sacred in a Media Age, edited by Deacy, Chris. London: Ashgate.4/6/2018
Till, Rupert2011"21st Century Trance Cult: Electronic Dance Music Culture as a Form of Possession Trance, and its Role in Replacing the Traditional Roles of Religions Within Western European Popular Youth Culture." In Religion and Popular Music in Europe, edited by Thomas Bossius, Andreas Hager and Keith Kahn Harris. London: I. B. Tauris, 145-162.link4/6/2018
Ueno, Toshiya2003"Unlearning to Raver: Techno-Party as Contact Zone in Trans-Local Formations." In The Post-Subcultures Reader, edited by David Muggleton and Rupert Weinzierl. Oxford: Berg, 101-117.4/6/2018
van Veen, tobias c2004"The Reverb Engine." In Unsorted: An A to Z for Sonic Acts X, edited by Arie Altena. Amsterdam: Sonic Acts / de Balie Press, 104-110.4/6/2018
Vitos, Botond2010"DemenCZe: Psychedelic Madhouse in the Czech Republic." In The Local Scenes and Global Culture of Psytrance, edited by Graham St John. New York: Routledge, 151-169.4/6/2018
Vitos, Botond2015"Pushing the Boundaries: Investigating the Musical and Social Aesthetics of Dark Psytrance." In Exploring Psychedelic Trance and Electronic Dance Music in Modern Culture, edited by Emília Simão, Sérgio Tenreiro de Magalhães, Armando Malheiro da Silva. Hershey PA: IGI Global, 260–277.link6/15/2018
Whelan, Andrew2006"Do U Produce?: Subcultural Capital and Amateur Musicianship in Peer-to-Peer Networks." In Cybersounds: Essays on Virtual Music Culture, edited by Ayers, Michael. New York: Peter Lang, 57-81.4/6/2018
Wright, M. A1998"The Great British Ecstasy Revolution." In DIY Culture: Party and Protest in Nineties Britain, edited by McKay, George. London: Verso, 228-242.4/6/2018
O'Grady, Alice2015“Alternative playworlds: Psytrance festivals, deep play and creative zones of transcendence.” In The Pop Festival: history, music, media, culture, edited by Gerogre McKay. London: Bloomsbury. 149-164.link7/2/2018
O'Grady, Alice2017“Dancing Outdoors: the DIY ethic of the campsite, the politics of outdoor space and the aesthetics of the UK alternative festival circuit”, In Weekend societies: electronic dance music festivals and event-cultures, edited by Graham St John. London: Bloomsbury. 137-158.link7/2/2018
St John, Graham2012"Indian Spirit: Amerindians and the Techno-Tribes of Psytrance." In Tribal Fantasies: Native Americans in the European Imagination, 1900-Present, edited by James Mackay and David Stirrup. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 173–195.7/2/2018
St John, Graham and Chiara Baldini2012"Dancing at the Crossroads of Consciousness: Techno-Mysticism, Visionary Arts and Portugal’s Boom Festival." In Handbook of New Religions and Cultural Production, edited by Carole M. Cusack and Alex Norman. Leiden: Brill, 521–552.7/2/2018
St John, Graham2012"Experience, Tribalism and Remixology in Global Psytrance Culture." In What Matters? Ethnographies of Value in a Not So Secular Age, edited by Courtney Bender and Ann Taves. New York: Columbia University Press, 248–275.7/2/2018
St John, Graham2014"Begoggled in the Theater of Awe: Electronic Dance Music Culture at Burning Man." In Playa Dust: Collected Stories from Burning Man, edited by Samantha Krukowski. London: Black Dog Publishing, 144–159.7/2/2018
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Journal Articles

Author(s)YearPublicationLinkDate Added
Albiez, Sean2003"'Strands of the Future: France and the birth of electronica'." Volume! 2003(2), 99-114.4/6/2018
Albiez, Sean2005"Post Soul Futurama: African American cultural politics and early Detroit Techno." European Journal of American Culture 24(2), 131-152.4/6/2018
Amico, Stephen2001"'I Want Muscles': House music, homosexuality and masculine signification." Popular Music 20(3), 359-378.4/6/2018
Anderson, Tammy L2009"Better to Complicate Rather than Homogenize Urban Nightlife." Sociological Forum 24(4), .4/6/2018
Ashline, William2002"Clicky Aesthetics: Deleuze, Headphonics, and the Minimalist Assemblage of 'Aberrations'." Strategies: Journal of Theory, Culture, Politics 15(1), 87-104.4/6/2018
Baumann, Gerd1990"The Reinvention of Bhangra. Social Change and Aesthetic Shifts in Punjabi Music in Britain." World of Music 32(2), 81-98.4/6/2018
Bennett, Andy1999"Subcultures or Neo-Tribes? Rethinking the Relationship Between Youth, Style and Musical Taste." Sociology 33(3), 599-617.4/6/2018
Bradby, B1993"Sampling Sexuality: Gender, Technology and the Body in Dance Music." Popular Music 12(2), 155-176.4/6/2018
Butler, Mark J2001"Turning the Beat Around: Reinterpretation, Metrical Dissonance, and Asymmetry in Electronic Dance Music." Music Theory Online 7(6), n/a.link4/6/2018
Butler, Mark J2005""Hearing Kaleidoscopes: Embedded Grouping Dissonance in Electronic Dance Music."." twentieth-century music 2(2), 221-243.4/6/2018
Butler, Mark J2007"• “Elektronische Tanzmusik: Loops, Patterns, Samples, Tracks – Musikalische Identitäten im Fluss.”." Lettre International 79, 113-117.4/6/2018
Cascone, Kim2000"The Aesthetics of Failure: 'Post-Digital' Tendencies in Contemporary Computer Music." Computer Music Journal 24(4), 12-18.link4/6/2018
Cascone, Kim2002"Laptop Music—Counterfeiting Aura in the Age of Infinite Reproduction." Parachute 107, 52-60.4/6/2018
Cascone, Kim2004"Grain, Sequence, System (three levels of reception in the performance of laptop music)." Hz 4, N/A.link4/6/2018
Chapman, Dale2003"Hermeneutics of Suspicion: Paranoia and the Technological Sublime in Drum n' Bass Music." Echo: A Music-Centered Journal V(2), .link4/6/2018
Cole, David R2007"Techno-shamanism and Educational Research." Ashé! Journal of Experimental Spirituality 6(1), 6-34.link4/6/2018
Cole, Fred and Hannan, Michael1997"Goa Trance: A Psykotropic Trip Through Tribedelic Landscapes." Perfect Beat 3(3), ??.4/6/2018
Collins, Karen2005"Dead Channel Surfing: The commonalities between cyberpunk literature and industrial music." Popular Music 24(2), 165-178.4/6/2018
David Fernández2006"Discogràfiques dance. Una indústria cultural en transformació." Treballs de comunicació 21, 125-138.link4/6/2018
Demers, Joanna2006"Dancing machines: ‘Dance Dance Revolution’, cybernetic dance, and musical taste." Popular Music 25(3), 401-414.link4/6/2018
Fairley, Jan2006"Dancing back to front: regeton, sexuality, gender and transnationalism in Cuba." Popular Music 25(3), 471-488.link4/6/2018
Farrugia, Rebekah2004"Sisterdjs in the house: Electronic/dance music and women centered spaces on the net." Women’s Studies in Communication 27(2), 236-262.4/6/2018
Farrugia, Rebekah, Thomas Swiss2005"Tracking the DJs: Vinyl Records, Work, and the Debate over New Technologies." Journal of Popular Music Studies 17(1), 30-44.4/6/2018
Fikentscher, Kai2000"Supremely clubbed, devastatingly dubbed: Some observations on the nature of mixes on 12-inch dance singles." Soundscapes: Journal on Media Culture 3link4/7/2018
Fraser, Alistair & Ettlinger, Nancy2008"Fragile empowerment: The dynamic cultural economy of British drum and bass music." Geoforum 39(5), 1647-1656.4/6/2018
Gadir, Tami2013"Techno Intersections: an Aural Account of Research in Edinburgh." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 5 (1), no pages.link6/15/2018
Gadir, Tami2016"Resistance or Reiteration? Rethinking Gender in DJ Cultures." Contemporary Music Review 35 (1): 115–129.link6/15/2018
Gadir, Tami2017"Forty-Seven DJs, Four Women: Meritocracy, Talent and Postfeminist Politics." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 9 (1): 50–72.link6/15/2018
Garcia, Luis-Manuel2005"On and On: Repetition as Process and Pleasure in Electronic Dance Musi." Music Theory Online 11(4), .link4/6/2018
Garcia, Luis-Manuel2011"Pathological Crowds: Affect and Danger in Responses to the Love Parade Disaster at Duisburg." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 2(1), no pages.link4/6/2018
Garcia, Luis-Manuel2015"At Home, I’m a Tourist: Musical Migration and Affective Citizenship in Berlin." Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 2 (1+2):121–134.link5/9/2018
Garcia, Luis-Manuel2015"Beats, Flesh, and Grain: Sonic Tactility and Affect in Electronic Dance Music." Sound Studies 1 (1):59–76.link5/9/2018
Garcia, Luis-Manuel2017"Agonistic Festivities: Urban Nightlife Scenes and the Sociability of ‘Anti-Social’ Fun." Annals of Leisure Research:1–18.link5/9/2018
Gauthier, François2005"Orpheus and the Underground: Raves and Implicit Religion—From Interpretation to Critique." Implicit Religion 8(3), 217-265.4/6/2018
Gilbert, Jeremy1997"Soundtrack to an Uncivil Society: Rave Culture, The Criminal Justice Act and the Politics of Modernity." New Formations 31, 5-24.4/6/2018
Goulding, Christina, Avi Shankar and Richard Elliott2002"Working Weeks, Rave Weekends: Identity Fragmentation and the Emergence of New Communities." Consumption Markets & Culture 5(2), 261-284.4/6/2018
Greener, Tracey, Robert Hollands2006"Beyond Subculture and Post-subculture? The Case of Virtual Psytrance." Journal of Youth Studies 9(4), 393-418.4/6/2018
Halfacree, Keith and Rob Kitchin1996"‘Madchester Rave on’: Placing the Fragments of Popular Music." Arena 28(1), 47-55.4/6/2018
Hansen, Kjetil Falkenberg2002"The Basics of Scratching." Journal of New Music Research 31(4), 357-365.link4/6/2018
Harrison, Anthony Kwame2006"‘Cheaper than a CD, plus we really mean it’: Bay Area underground hip hop tapes as subcultural artefacts." Popular Music 25(2), 283-301.4/6/2018
Hecker, Tim2002"Sound and the 'Victorious Realm of Electricity'." Parachute 107, 60-68.4/6/2018
Hemment, D1996"E is for Ekstasis." New Formations 31, 23-38.4/6/2018
Hesmondhalgh, David1997"The Cultural Politics of Dance Music." Soundings 5, 167-178.4/6/2018
Hesmondhalgh, David1998"The British Dance Music Industry: A Case Study of Independent Cultural Production." British Journal of Sociology 49(2), 234-251.4/6/2018
Hesmondhalgh, David2006"Digital Sampling and Cultural Inequality." Social Legal Studies 15(1), 53-75.4/6/2018
Hier, Sean2002"Raves, Risks and the Ecstacy Panic: A Case Study in the Subversive Nature of Moral Regulation." Canadian Journal of Sociology 27(1), 33-57.4/6/2018
Hill, Andrew2002"Acid House and Thatcherism: Noise, the Mob and the English Countryside." The British Journal of Sociology 53(1), 89-105.4/6/2018
Hill, Andrew2003"Acid House and Thatcherism: Contesting Spaces in late 1980s Britain." Space and Polity 7(3), 219-232.4/6/2018
Hope, Donna P2004"The British link-up crew." Interventions 6(1), 101-117.4/6/2018
Hutson, Scott1999"Technoshamanism: spiritual healing in the rave subculture." Popular Music and Society 23(3), 53-77.4/6/2018
Jones, Simon1995"Rocking the House: Sound System Cultures and the Politics of Space." Journal of Popular Music Studies 7, 1-24.4/6/2018
Jordan, Tim1996"Collective Bodies: Raving and the Politics of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari." Body and Society 1(1`), 125-144.4/6/2018
Langlois, Tony1992"Can You Feel It? DJs and House Music Culture in the UK." Popular Music 11(2), 229-238.4/6/2018
Lasén, Amparo1999"Une filiation bâtarde (techno et musique contemporaine)." Cultures en mouvement 21, 49-52.4/6/2018
Lasén, Amparo2002"“Notas de felicidad extrema. La experiencia musical dance/ Notes of extreme happiness. Dance music experience”." PAC (Pensament i Arts Contemporanis) 2(2), 47-61.4/6/2018
Lasén, Amparo and Martínez de Albeniz, Iñaki2001"El tecno: variaciones sobre la globalización." Política y Sociedad 36, 129-149.4/6/2018
Loza, Susana2001"Sampling (hetero)sexuality: diva-ness and discipline in electronic dance music." Popular Music 20(3), 349-357.link4/6/2018
Luckman, Susan2003"Going Bush and Finding one’s “Tribe”: Raving, Escape and the Bush Doof." Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 17(3), 315-330.4/6/2018
Lynch, Gordon and Emily Badger2006"The Mainstream Post-Rave Club Scene as a Secondary Institution: A British Perspective." Culture and Religion 7(1), 27-40.4/6/2018
Madrid, Alejandro L2003"Navigating Ideologies in ‘In-Between’ Cultures. Signifying Practices in Nor-tec Music." Latin American Music Review 24(23), 270-286.4/6/2018
Madrid, Alejandro L2005"Imagining Modernity, Revising Tradition. Nor-tec Music in Tijuana and Other Borders." Popular Music and Society 28(5), 595-618.link4/6/2018
Madrid, Alejandro L2006"Dancing with Desire. Cultural Embodiment in Tijuana's Nor-tec Music and Dance." Popular Music 25(3), 383-399.4/6/2018
Manuel, Peter, and Wayne Marshall2006"The riddim method: aesthetics, practice, and ownership in Jamaican dancehall." Popular Music 25(03), 447-470.4/6/2018
Marontate, Jan2005"Digital recording and the reconfiguration of music as performance." American Behavioral Scientist 48(11), 1422-1438.4/6/2018
Marsh, Charity2006"‘Understand Us Before You End Us’: Regulation, Governmentality, and the Confessional Practices of Raving Bodies." Popular Music 25/3, 415-430.4/6/2018
Martin, Daniel1999"Power Play and Party Politics: The Significance of Raving." Journal of Popular Culture 32(4), 77-99.link4/6/2018
McCutcheon, Mark A2007"Techno, Frankenstein and Copyright." Popular Music 26(2), 259-280.4/6/2018
McLeod, Kembrew2001"Genres, Subgenres, Sub-Subgenres and more: Musical and Social Difference Within Electronic Dance Music Communities." Journal of Popular Music Studies 13, 59-75.4/6/2018
Miles, S. and Moore, K2004"Young People, Dance and the Subcultural Consumption of Drugs." Addiction Research and Theory 12(6), 507-524.4/6/2018
Moloney, Molly, Geoffrey Hunt and Kristin Evans2008"Asian American identity and drug consumption: From acculturation to normalization." Journal of Ethnicity and Substance Abuse 7(1), 376-403.link4/6/2018
Montano, Ed2008"'You’re Not A Real DJ Unless You Play Vinyl’ – Technology and Formats – The Progression of Dance Music and DJ Culture." Journal on the Art of Record Production 3, 1-9.4/6/2018
Montano, Ed2009"The Sydney Dance Music Scene and the Global Diffusion of Contemporary Club Culture." Transforming Cultures eJournal 4(1), 43-59.link4/6/2018
Montano, Ed2009"DJ Culture in the Commercial Sydney Dance Music Scene." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 1(1), 81-93.link4/6/2018
Montano, Ed2009""Being Kept in the 'Back' Doesn't Mean That We're Sort of the Poor Cousin": Dance Music and Club Culture in Sydney." Stuck in the Middle: The Mainstream and Its Discontents: Selected Proceedings of the 2008 IASPM-ANZ Conference 1, 135-141.4/6/2018
Montano, Ed2010"'How do you know he's not playing Pac-Man while he's supposed to be DJing?': technology, formats and the digital future of DJ culture." Popular Music 29(3), 397-416.4/6/2018
Montano, Ed2010"Back to the Old Skool: Building the Dance Music Canon." What's It Worth?: 'Value' and Popular Music: Selected Papers from the 2009 IASPM Australia-New Zealand Conference 1, 43-47.4/6/2018
Montano, Ed2011"Festival Fever and International DJs: The Changing Shape of DJ Culture in Sydney’s Commercial Electronic Dance Music Scene." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 2(1), 63-89.link4/6/2018
Moore, David1995"Raves and the Bohemian search for self and community: a contribution to the anthropology of public events." Anthropological Forum 7(2), 193-214.4/6/2018
Moore, K2004"A Commitment to Clubbing." Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice 16(4), 459-465.4/6/2018
Nehring, Neil2007"'Everyone's Given Up and Just Wants to Go Dancing': From Punk to Rave in the Thatcher Era." Popular Music and Society 30(1), 1-18.4/6/2018
Noys, Benjamin1995"Into the 'Jungle'." Popular Music 14(3), 321-332.link4/6/2018
Ott, Bill & Brian Herman2003"Mixed Messages: Resistance and Reappropriation in Rave Culture." Western Journal of Communication 67(3), 249-270.4/6/2018
Partridge, Christopher2006"The Spiritual and the Revolutionary: Alternative Spirituality, British Free Festivals and the Emergence of Rave Culture." Culture and Religion 7(1), 41-60.4/6/2018
Peterson, Richard A1978""'Disco!' Its Distinctive Sound Isn't Just Another Fad." Chronicle of Higher Education October 26-27, .4/6/2018
Philip R. Kavanaugh and Tammy L. Anderson2008“Solidarity and Drug Use in the ElectronicDance Music Scene.”." The Sociological Quarterly 49, 181-208.4/6/2018
Race, Kane2003"The death of the dance party." Australian Humanities Review 30, n/a.link4/6/2018
Ragland, Cathy2003"Mexican Deejays and the Transnational Space of Youth Dances in New York and New Jersey." Ethnomusicology 47(3), 338-354.link4/6/2018
Richardson, John2005"'The Digital Won't Let Me Go': Constructions of the Virtual and the Real in Gorillaz' 'Clint Eastwood'." Journal of Popular Music Studies 17(1), 1-29.4/6/2018
Rill, Brian2006"Rave, Communitas, and Embodied Idealism." Music Therapy Today 7(3), 648-661.link4/6/2018
Rodgers, Tara2003"On the process and aesthetics of sampling in electronic music production." Organized Sound 8, 313-320.link4/6/2018
Rodkey, Christopher1999"The Existential Notion that "God is Dead" in Industrial Music." Exordium 8, 17-27.4/6/2018
Rodkey, Christopher2004"Reconsidering Noise in Theology and in Praxis." Doxology 21, 72-91.4/6/2018
Saldanha, Arun2002"Music Tourism and Factions of Bodies in Goa." Tourist Studies 1, 43-62.4/6/2018
Schaub, Christoph2009"Beyond the Hood? Detroit Techno, Underground Resistance, and African American Metropolitan Identity Politics." FIAR: forum for inter-america research 2(2), none.link4/6/2018
Schütze, Bernard2001"Carnivalesque Mutations in the Bahian Carnival and Rave Culture." Religiologiques 24, 155-163.4/6/2018
Sean Nye2009"Love Parade, Please Not Again: A Berlin Cultural History." Echo: A Music-Centered Journal 9(1), 40.link4/6/2018
Siokou, Christine2002"Seeking the Vibe." Youth Studies Australia 21(1), 11-18.4/6/2018
Siokou, Christine and David Moore2008" ‘This is not a rave!’: Changes in the commercialised Melbourne rave/dance party scene." Youth Studies Australia 27(3), 50-57.4/6/2018
Siokou, Christine. Moore, David. and Lee, Helen. (2010)2010"‘Muzzas’ and ‘Old Skool Ravers’: Ethnicity, drugs and the changing face of Melbourne’s dance party/club scene." Health Sociology Review 19(2), 192-204.link4/6/2018
Smith, Jacob2004"I Can See Tomorrow In Your Dance: A Study of Dance Dance Revolution and Music Video Games." Journal of Popular Music Studies 16(1), 58-84.4/6/2018
Sommer, Sally2001"C’mon to my House: Underground-House Dancing." Dance Research Journal 33(2), 72-86.4/6/2018
St John, Graham2001"The Battle of the Bands: ConFest Musics and the Politics of Authenticity." Perfect Beat 5(2), 69-90.4/6/2018
St John, Graham2005"Outback Vibes: Sound Systems on the Road to Legitimacy." Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy 8(3), 321-336.4/6/2018
St John, Graham2005"Off Road Show: Techno, Protest and Feral Theatre." Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 19(1), 7-22.4/6/2018
St John, Graham2006"Electronic Dance Music Culture and Religion: An Overview." Culture and Religion 7(1), 1-26.4/6/2018
St John, Graham2009"Neotrance and the Psychedelic Festival." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 1(1), 35-64.link4/6/2018
St John, Graham2010"Making a Noise—Making a Difference: Techno-Punk and Terra-ism." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 1(2), 1-28..link4/6/2018
St John, Graham2011"DJ Goa Gil: Kalifornian Exile, Dark Yogi and Dreaded Anomaly." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 3(1), 97-128.link4/6/2018
Stanley-Niaah, Sonjah2004"Kingston's Dancehall: A Story of Space and Celebration." Space & Culture 7(1), 102-118.4/6/2018
Szepanksi, Achim2002"Digital Music and Media Theory." Parachute 107, 24-27.4/6/2018
Takahashi, Melanie and Tim Olaveson. 20032003"Music, Dance and Raving Bodies: Raving as Spirituality in the Central Canadian Rave Scene." Journal of Ritual Studies 17(2), 72-96.4/6/2018
Tammy L. Anderson and Philip R. Kavanaugh2007“A ‘Rave’ Review: Conceptual Interests and Analytical Shifts in Research on Rave Culture.”." Sociology Compass 1, 499-519.4/6/2018
Till, Rupert2006"The Nine O’Clock Service: Mixing Club Culture and Postmodern Christianity”." Culture and Religion 7(1), 93-110.4/6/2018
Tramacchi, Des2000"Field tripping: psychedelic communitas and ritual in the Australian bush." Journal of Contemporary Religion 15(2), 201-213.4/6/2018
Turner, Tad2003"The Resonance of the Cubicle: Laptop Performance in Post-digital Musics." Contemporary Music Review 22(4), 81-92.4/6/2018
van der Laan, J.M2007"Is it Live, or is it Memorex?." Bulletin of Science Technology Society 27(2), 136-141.link4/6/2018
van Veen, Tobias C2003"It’s Not a Rave." Journal for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 1(2), 90-96.4/6/2018
van Veen, tobias c2003"FUCK ART LET’S DANCE." FUSE 26(3), 12-19.link4/6/2018
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van Veen, tobias c2003"It's Not A Rave, Officer [v 2.0]." Graduate Researcher: Journal for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 1(2), 90-96.link4/6/2018
van Veen, tobias c2003"Turn/Stile: Interpreting Udo Kasemets’ 'CaleNdarON'." Leonardo Music Journal 13, N/A.link4/6/2018
van Veen, tobias c2003"warehouse . space: rave culture, selling-out, and sonic revolution." Capital 1(1), 10-12.link4/6/2018
van Veen, tobias c2005"Sonic Warfare, Tactical SoundSystems and the Post-World of Grey Filastine." FUSE 28(4), 11-17.link4/6/2018
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Vitos, Botond2009"The Inverted Sublimity of the Dark Psytrance Dance Floor." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 1(1), 137-141.link4/6/2018
Vitos, Botond2012"Discursive Demarcation and Identity Construction in the Czech Psytrance Scene: Experiential Versus Ideological Motivations." EastBound 3(1), 1-22.link4/6/2018
Vitos, Botond2014"Along the Lines of the Roland TB-303: Three Perversions of Acid Techno." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 6 (1).link6/15/2018
Vitos, Botond2014"'An Avatar . . . in a Physical Space': Researching the Mediated Immediacy of Electronic Dance Floors." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 6 (2), 1–21.link6/15/2018
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Vitos, Botond2017"'Go Out on the Weekends to the Forest, Get Trashed and Dance': Residual Behaviors and Reconfigured Environments at Psytrance Festivals." Leisure Sciences 39 (6), 543–560.link6/15/2018
Vitos, Botond2017"The Dance Floor Experiment: Researching the Mediating Technologies and Embodied Experiences of Electronic Dance Music Events." Popular Music and Society 40 (2), 131–150.link6/15/2018
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Fraser, Alistair2012"The spaces, politics, and cultural economies of electronic dance music." Geography Compass 6(8): 500-511.link6/26/2018
O'Grady, Alice2012“Spaces of play: the spatial dimensions of underground club culture and locating the subjunctive.” Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 4(1): 86-106.link7/2/2018
O'Grady, Alice and Rebekka Kill2013“Exploring Festival Performance as a State of Encounter.” Arts and Humanities in Higher Education: an international journal of theory, research and practice 12(2-3): 268-283.link7/2/2018
O'Grady, Alice2013“Exploring radical openness: a porous model for relational festival performance.” Studies in Theatre and Performance 33(2): 133-151.link7/2/2018
O'Grady, Alice2013“Interrupting flow: researching play, performance and immersion in festival scenes.” Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 5(1): 18-38.link7/2/2018
O'Grady, Alice2015“Dancing Outdoors: DiY Ethics and Democratised Practices of Well-being on the UK Alternative Festival Circuit.” Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 7(1): 76-96.link7/2/2018
St John, Graham2012"Freak Media: Vibe Tribes, Sampledelic Outlaws and Israeli Psytrance." Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 26(3): 437–447.link7/2/2018
St John, Graham2012"Seasoned Exodus: The Exile Mosaic of Psyculture." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 4(1): 4–37.link7/2/2018
St John, Graham2013"The Vibe of the Exiles: Aliens, Afropsychedelia and Psyculture." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 5(2): 56–87.link7/2/2018
St John, Graham2013"Aliens Are Us: Cosmic Liminality, Remixticism and Alienation in Psytrance." Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 25(2): 186–204.link7/2/2018
St John, Graham2013"Writing the Vibe: Arts of Representation in Electronic Dance Music Culture." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 5(1).link7/2/2018
St John, Graham2015"Introduction to Weekend Societies: EDM Festivals & Event-Cultures." Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 7(1): 1–14.link7/2/2018
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Theses and Dissertations

Author(s)YearPublicationLinkDate Added
Abreu, Carolina2005Raves: encontros e disputas. M.A. Thesis (Anthropology), University of São Paulo.link4/6/2018
Avery, Anthony P2005Folklore and alternative masculinities in a rave scene. Ph.D. Dissertation (Folklore), University of New Mexico.4/6/2018
Bates, Eliot1997Ambient Music. M.A. Thesis (Ethnomusicology), Wesleyan University.link4/6/2018
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Butler, Mark J2003Unlocking the groove: Rhythm, meter, and musical design in electronic dance music. Ph.D. Dissertation, Indiana University.4/6/2018
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Ferrigno, Emily2008Technologies of Emotion: Creating and Performing Drum 'n' Bass. Ph.D. Dissertation (Ethnomusicology), Wesleyan University.4/6/2018
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Filmography

Author(s)YearPublicationLinkDate Added
Bredow, Gary2006High Tech Soul: The Creation of Techno Music. USA: Plexifilm.link4/27/2018
Frisch, Tom1999Rave culture.link4/27/2018
Latham, Adam2006Short films of dance parties from UK orbital Sunrise in 1989 to Moontribe Gatherings in the Mojave.link4/28/2018

Conference Proceedings

Author(s)YearPublicationLinkDate Added
Gates, Carrie, Subramanian, Sriram, Gutwin, Carl2006DJs' perspectives on interaction and awareness in nightclubs. DIS '06 Proceedings of the 6th conference on Designing Interactive System, 70-79 link4/28/2018
Zeiner-Henriksen, Hans T2006A multimedia-enhanced conference paper on early house production methods and their cultural functions and implications. "Manchester, Music and Place" at the Manchester Institute for Popular Culture, Manchester Metropolitan Universitylink4/29/2018
St John, Graham2015Remixticism: DMT, Psychedelic Electronica and Mystical Experience. In Neurotransmissions: Essays on Psychedelics from Breaking Convention, edited by Dave King, Cameron Adams, David Luke, Ben Sessa, and Aimee Tollan. London: Strange Attractor Press, 215–228.7/2/2018

Other Resources

Author(s)YearPublicationLinkDate Added
Cliff, Dave2005hpDJ: An automated DJ with floorshow feedback. Digital Media Systems Laboratory, HP Laboratories Bristollink4/29/2018
Garcia, Luis-Manuel2014An Alternate History of Sexuality in Club Culture. Resident Advisor.link5/9/2018

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