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Noise Music: A History
1. Introduction: Noise in Music 2. Electricity 3. Free 4. Industry 5. Inept 6. Power 7. Japan 8. Merzbow 9. Electronic 10. Quiet 11. Conclusion.
Noise threshold: Merzbow and the end of natural sound
The arguments of this essay are that noise is that which always fails to come into definition, which means that noise has just as often signalled music, or pleasing sound, as its opposite.
Reflection in a workplace qualification: challenges and benefits
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss the challenges and benefits that arose from the implementation of an innovative example of employer responsive provision, i.e. of a postgraduate
Jean Baudrillard: Live Theory
1. Introduction 2. Simulation and Hyperreality 3. Geopolitics of the Real 4. Cultural Objects 5. Baudrillard on Others: Others on Baudrillard 6. Baudrillard Live 7. Conclusion
Undelivered: the space/time of the sacred in Bataille and Benjamin
Bataille’s work of the 1930s on the sacred has strong echoes of Walter Benjamin’s writing on space and messianic time. In bringing together Bataille’s theoretical and fictional writings, alongside
Data acquisition system for high speed atomic force microscopy
A low cost data acquisition and scan control system around a commercially available DAQ board in a WINDOWS environment that was able to record 30 frames per second with a pixel resolution of 150×150pixels and 14bit per channel.
Beyond and Before: Progressive Rock since the 1960s
Beyond and Before: Progressive Rock since the 1960s Paul Hegarty and Martin Halliwell New York: Continuum Books, 2011
Noise Music
Noise/Music looks at the phenomenon of noise in music, from experimental music of the early 20th century to the Japanese noise music and glitch electronica of today. It situates different musics in
Reverberations: The philosophy, aesthetics and politics of noise
A publication emerging out of a successful international conference I co-organised on noise in 2010. The first of two volumes, this one focuses on noise as an aesthetic, political and cultural