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9. The Solid Time Of Change

Part nine of the Solid Time of Change aired Saturday July-9-2016 c/o CiTR.FM.101.9.

podcast download available here (Solid Time begins at around the 5 minute point) 199 more words

Solid Time Of Change

Let's All Move To Canada

For those who are unaware, I’ve just returned from 10 months in North America. The majority of which was spent living and studying in Vancouver. Whilst I was there, I spent the majority of my time immersing myself in the local music scene. 851 more words


“Poor Impulse Control”: Remediation as a Decolonial Reading Practice

In my Indigenous new media and digital storytelling class, my students and I use remediation as a means to interrogate text and to consider what sovereignty might mean in terms of art. 1,001 more words

Crack in The Road Replied! - MUSPRA 352

A couple of days ago, I emailed Crack in The Road (the independent music blog whose poster campaign last year triggered my full recognition of the issue of gender bias in music, leading to me researching it, writing my college dissertation and an article based on the results) and they just got back to me! 42 more words

Jamie B. Musician

Gender Bias at Glasto - MUSPRA 352

I’ve been busy writing an article on the gender bias in music, I’ve been looking at Glastonbury Festival lineup posters going back to 1995, and have found some quite interesting results. 109 more words

Jamie B. Musician

Vancouver rockers, radio hosts, and record-store owners reflect on the power of Black Sabbath


By Steve Newton

Because of its brutal sound and satanic overtones, Black Sabbath was never as widely accepted as the Beatles or the Stones, but its influence among rock fans is incredibly far-reaching. 628 more words

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