Episode 6

deleuze

In Episode 6 of Talking Musicology Stephen and Liam discuss the New Deleuzicology by way of Klaas Coulembier’s “Multi-Temporality: an Analytical Approach to Contemporary Music, Embracing Concepts of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari”; and new music and hybridity by way of Mike Vaughan’s “Register, Dialect, Convolution, and ‘Crosstalk’: Reflections on ‘…the Zones of Influence and Hybridity Between Electroacoustic, Acousmatique Music, Techno, and IDM’”.

Liam having fallen down a well the day before recording, his contribution had to be delivered over the phone; we apologise for the poor audio quality.

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Klaas Coulembier, “Multi-Temporality: an Analytical Approach to Contemporary Music, Embracing Concepts of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari.” Music Analysis, 35/iii (2016): 341-372.

Mike Vaughan, “Register, Dialect, Convolution, and ‘Crosstalk’: Reflections on ‘…the Zones of Influence and Hybridity Between Electroacoustic, Acousmatique Music, Techno, and IDM’”. Contemporary Music Review, 35:2 (2016): 166-183.

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