In this episode Liam and Stephen discuss the internet and the post-internet, millenials and post-millenials, multi-modal culture and digitial utopias…and a little bit of music too (including Holly Herndon, a still from whose ‘Chorus’ can be seen above).
The discussion is in response to Michael Waugh’s ‘”My laptop is an extension of my memory and self”: Post-Internet identity, virtual intimacy and digital queering in online popular music’, published in Vol. 36, Issue 2, of Popular Music.
Research in the Round this episode covers everything from Steven Shaviro’s Digital Music Videos to the Kyoto Prize and Susan McClary and Robert Walser’s new endowment.
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