Vol 9, No 2 (2019)

Open Issue

This issue consists of four articles, four branch reports and three book reviews. Lauren Leigh Kelly and Donald C. Sawyer discuss hip hop pedagogy in mainstream schools. Yuri Prado analyzes the capitalist logic of samba schools. Emma Winston and Laurence Saywood cover a new musical genre, Lo-Fi Hip Hop, and Christopher Charles considers the significance of crews in underground dance music scenes. Melanie Schiller, Beate Flath, Akitsugu Kawamoto, Ali C. Gedik, and Levent Ergun provide IASPM branch reports. There are also book reviews by Laura Niebling, Marianne Di Benedetto and Alison C Eales on new books out on heavy metal, popular music in France and the history of live music in the UK.

Editor Dr. Mary Fogarty Woehrel
Assistant Editors Dr. Raquel Campos, Mr. Xavier Villanueva Capella
Additional Editors Dr. Tim Anderson, Mr. Serouj Aprahamian, Dr. Gina Arnold, Dr. Melissa Avdeeff, Dr. Christina Ballico, Dr. Jody Berland, Dr. Raquel Campos, Dr. Szu-Wei Chan, Dr. Helen Davies, Dr. William Echard, Dr. K.E. Goldschmitt, Dr. Jan Herbst, Mr. Pablo Herrera Veitia, Dr. Jon Stewart
Translations Editors Dr. Line Grenier, Dr. Laura Jordán González
Reviews Editor Dr. Richard Osborne
Layout Editor Dr. Raquel Campos

Table of Contents


Mary Fogarty Woehrel
1 - 5

Articles – Open Section

Lauren Leigh Kelly, Donald C. Sawyer
6 - 21
Yuri Prado
22 - 39
Emma Winston, Laurence Saywood
40 - 54
Christopher David Charles
55 - 74

IASPM Branch Reports

Melanie Schiller
75 - 82
Beate Flath
83 - 85
Akitsugu Kawamoto
86 - 91
Ali C. Gedik, Levent Ergun
92 - 104


Laura Niebling
105 - 107
Marianne Di Benedetto
108 - 110
Alison C Eales
111 - 113