Audimat #14

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Audimat is a review of music / social critic and presents a writing on music freed from the constraints of current events and formats of the periodical press. This fourteenth issue deals with current events in music from the angle of decolonial politics and feminism, the transformations of electronic and ambient music, the renewal of the language of varieties.

Contents: Wayne Marshall, From “Negro” Music to Reggaeton; Rob Rosenthal, Punk like a pig; Rafael Lubner, Colonial Policies of World Electronics; Fanny Taillandier, The language of today’s songs; David Toop, Dissolve the ambient.

Weight 100 g
Dimensions 10 × 15 cm
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