Rock Music Studies Volume 4 Issue 3, October 2017
Published three times a year, Rock Music Studies publishes articles, book and audio reviews, and opinion pieces on rock music and its numerous subgenres.
To best focus this international journal, the editors of Rock Music Studies, which evolved from Popular Music and Society, limit the usually all-inclusive definition of rock to exclude other genres such as doo-wop, country, jazz, soul, and hip hop, but include roll and roll, rockabilly, blues rock, country rock, jazz rock, folk rock, hard rock, psychedelic rock, prog rock, metal, punk, alternative, and other subgenres of rock. Rock Music Studies Volume 4 Issue 3 weiterlesen
Nineteenth-Century Music Review Volume 14 / Issue 2, August 2017
Nineteenth-Century Music Review locates music within all aspects of culture in the long nineteenth century (c.1789-1914), covering the widest possible range of methods, topics and concepts. Through themed and general issues, articles provide both depth and breadth in their contribution to this expanding field. A rich supply of book, CD, DVD, and score reviews reflects the journal’s title and commitment to stimulate and advance critical discussion.
https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/nineteenth-century-music-review Nineteenth-Century Music Review Volume 14 weiterlesen
Music and the Moving Image Volume 10 Number 2, Summer 2017
Music and the Moving Image is dedicated to the relationship between the entire universe of music and moving images (film, television, music videos, computer games, performance art, and web-based media). Edited by Gillian B. Anderson and Ronald H. Sadoff
The purpose of Music and the Moving Image is to explore the relationship between music and the entire universe of moving images (television, film, computer, cell phone, and multimedia) through articles, reviews, and interviews. The editorial board encourages submissions from both scholars and practitioners. Although the journal is presented in English and accessible to the non-specialist, submissions that discuss the relationship between music and moving images in non English-speaking nations and diverse cultures are encouraged. Music and the Moving Image Volume 10 weiterlesen
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Mexican Producers FRAXIL and BXRCENXS join Latino Resiste’s Mal Dicen family with a bombastic track called USTED QUIERE (que le den)
A pure moombahton jam that sets any dancefloor on fire.
The duo has teamed with all their Mexican power and the result is a house-reggaeton fusion bomb that combined with the Mal Dicen signature sound FRAXIL and BXRCENXS USTED QUIERE (que le den) weiterlesen