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How Can We Think About Popular Music?

Another very very short segment – this time concerning the ways in which we can think about popular music analysis – more detail late!

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Magnetic North: Sting, Place and Identity

Although I am currently in the midst of loads of marking – when the dust settles I will be spending some time during the summer finishing off the initial draft of my Sting book – currently called ‘ 149 more words

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Frank Zappa, Popular Music and Politics

Having recently returned from a fantastic conference on ‘music and protest’ at the University of Limerick’, it got me thinking about an unpublished Zappa paper that I wrote around 7 years ago. 2,933 more words

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Music and Protest Conference Day 2: University of Limerick

Due to simple lack of time today, I will not be posting any real detail about the conference today – but I have had time to include some brief notes below… 996 more words

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More Thoughts on the A Level Music Curriculum

I have spent much time over the last several years trying to think more deeply about some of the issues associated with the ways in which students are prepared for higher education music courses. 550 more words

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Liam Flood Memorial Down to Final Six

The Liam Flood Memorial Tournament is down to six players after restarting at 1pm with 12 of the 94 participants remaining. While Neil Channing is still in with an above-average stack, Fraser MacIntyre just busted in seventh place. 24 more words

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Fair warning, Silicon Valley: Dan "The Panda Guy" Raile is now reporting full-time for Pando

Last year, we shared with readers our plans to get┬áPando profitable, and ensure we’d no┬álonger be reliant on finding venture capital funding to keep growing. 382 more words

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