IASPM@Journal

IASPM@Journal is the peer-reviewed open-access e-journal of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) –– its members are invited to register and publish. Click here for a copy of the CFP (in several languages) and Style Guide.

Announcements

 

Open CFP: Research Work at IASPM

 
In addition to special issue sections, the journal publishes ongoing scholarly and research work by IASPM members. Click here for a copy of the Open CFP (in several languages) and Style Guide.  
Posted: 2017-10-05 More...
 

Update: IJ 7/1 (2017) – Pop Life: The Popular Music Biopic

 
Guest Editor: Matthew Bannister

A special issue examining biopics of popular music artists, raising questions regarding the genealogy of the genre, remediation, authorship, identity and stardom, with articles by Jonathan Stewart, Benjamin Halligan and Liam Maloy; Maurizio Corbella; Ewa Mazierska; Bridget Sutherland and Paul Judge and Marcus O’Dair. Click here to access the issue.
 
Posted: 2017-10-06
 

Special CFP: IJ 8/1 (2018) – Gender Politics in the Music Industry

 
Lead Editors: Catherine Strong and Sarah Raine
Call for articles on gender, foregrounding the people, practices and places of the music industry, to be published in 2018.
300-word abstract, to iaspmgenderissue (at) gmail.com: 28 August 2017
Submission of full paper, to the journal’s OJS: 15 January 2018

Click HERE for the full CFP and submission details.
 
Posted: 2017-06-11 More...
 

Update: IJ 6/2 (2016) – Perspectives on Popular Music and Sound Recording

 
Special Issue Editors: Samantha Bennett, Eve Klein
A special issue that addresses the multiple relationships between popular music and sound recording in the construction of popular music and its cultures, with articles by Samantha Bennett, Eve Klein, Landon Palmer, Brett D. Lashua, Paul Thompson, Lori Burns, Gregory Weinstein, Maarten Michielse, and Alexander C. Harden. Click here to access the issue.

Additional Editors: Hillegonda C Rietveld, Jacopo Tomatis, Sarah E Raine, William Echard, Carlo Nardi
 
Posted: 2016-12-30
 
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Vol 6, No 2 (2016): Perspectives on Popular Music and Sound Recording

This special issue addresses the multiple relationships between popular music and sound recording in the construction of popular music and its cultures. Samantha Bennett elucidates the impact of time-based signal processors on the shape of four alternative rock recordings; Eve Klein interrogates the ways virtual instrument software challenges notions of human musical expressivity; Landon Palmer examines the production of liveness in recordings of late 60s North American rock festivals; Brett D. Lashua and Paul Thompson show how mythic representations of creativity influence musicians’ expectations of recording processes; Lori Burns considers the concept album in relation to the complex networks of promotional and supplementary materials; Gregory Weinstein argues that the sound of the breath is essential to embodied presence in recordings; Maarten Michielse makes a case for a ‘digital recording consciousness’ present in the mashup community; Alexander C. Harden addresses the emergence of 1970s kosmische musik in the context of the post-war attraction to emerging electronic music technologies in West Germany. The discussion is enhanced by a range of related book reviews.

Editor
Prof Hillegonda C Rietveld

Special Issue Editors:
Dr Samantha Bennett
Dr Eve Klein

Additional Editors
Dr William Echard
Dr Carlo Nardi

Reviews Editor
Sarah E Raine

Assistant Editor
Dr Jacopo Tomatis


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Table of Contents

Editorial

IJ Editor
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1-2

Articles – Special Issue

Samantha Bennett
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3-21
Eve Klein
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22-48
Landon Palmer
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49-69
Paul Thompson, Brett Lashua
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70-90
Lori Anne Burns
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91-116
Gregory Weinstein
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117-138
Maarten Michielse
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139-153
Alexander C Harden
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154-173

Reviews

Sean Albiez
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174-176
Peter Elsdon
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177-180
Timothy Laurie
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181-184
Donald Weston Harper
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185-188
Ann Werner
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189-191
Ariane Gruet-Pelchat
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192-195
Michael Drewett
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196-197