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The evolution of electronic dance music

Author: Peter Kirn
Publisher: Milwaukie, Wis. : Backbeat Books, 2011.
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From roots in '70s New York disco and '80s Detroit techno to international, mainstream explosion of such genres as house, trance, and dubstep, electronic dance music has reshaped the popular musical  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Kirn
ISBN: 9781617130199 1617130192
OCLC Number: 751753739
Description: x, 229 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Kraftwerk : "Electronic minstrels of the global village" / Jim Aikin, Keyboard, March 1982 --
2. Depeche Mode, Soft Cell, The Units, Wall of Voodoo, Japan, Our Daughter's Wedding : "New synthesizer rock" / Robert Doerschuk, Keyboard, June 1982 --
"New order : on the fringe of techno punk" / Lee Sherman, Keyboard, April 1987 --
3. The ethnomusicology of dance music : "Denise Dalphond goes inside EDM cuture's roots" / Peter Kirn, June 2011 --
4. Frankie Knuckles, Jesse Saunders, Farley "Jackmaster" Funk : "The fathers of Chicago House" / Greg Rule, Keyboard, august 1997 --
5. "Juan Atkins : techno starts here" / Robert Doerschuk, Keyboard, July 1995 --
6. Electronic body music : "Front 242 : the aggressive edge of rhythm and the power of recycled culture" / Robert Doerschuk, Keyboard, September 1989 --
"The art of extreme noise" / Francis Preve, Keyboard, September 2003 --
7. Rise of the Machines : "Roland CR-78, TR-808, and TR-900 : classic beat boxes" / Mark Vail, Keyboard, May 1994 --
"Akai MPC60" / Freff, Keyboard, November 1988 --
"Propellerhead : propelling changes" / Mark Vail, Keyboard, April 1999 --
8. Sampling nation : "'they're making samplers wrong' : six techno sampleheads dump the digital garbage" / Greg Rule, Keyboard, May 1994 --
9. Charlie Clouser on techno : "Techno how-to" / Charlie Clouse, Keyboard, September 1993 --
10. The orb : "Inside the ambient techno ultraworld" / Robert Doerschuk, Keyboard, June 1995. 11. Orbital, Meat Beat Manifesto, Underworld : "Plugged!" / Greg Rule and Caspar Melville, Keyboard, October 1996 --
12. Aphex Twin : "Still hacking after all these years" / Greg Rule, Keyboard, April 1997 --
13. Chemical Brothers : "Water into acid : the Chemical Brothers blow up" / Greg Rule, Keyboard, June 1997 --
14. Daft Punk : "Robopop : part man, part machine, all daft punk" / Chris Gill, Remix, May 2001 --
15. Richie Hawtin and John Acquaviva : "The sounds of science : Richie Hawtin puts the tech in techno" / Chris Gill, Keyboard, December 2001 --
16. BT : "The mind of BT" / Stephen Fortner, Keyboard, December 2005 --
17. Amon Tobin : "The big score" / Bill Murphy, Remix, April 2007 --
18. Flying Lotus : "Flying Lotus darkness and light" / Noah Levine, Remix, August 2008 --
"Flying Lotus : on splicing bebop and hip-hop DNA" / Drew Hinshaw, Keyboard, July 2010 --
19. Autechre : "Autechre : easy to be hard" / Ken Micallef, Remix, April 2008 --
"5 questions with Rob Brown of Autechre" / Greg rule, Keyboard, July 2010 --
20. Crystal Method : "Crystal Method : united by synths, divided by night" / Peter Kirn, Keyboard, June 1996 --
21. Robert Henke (Monolake) : "The composer, artist, and Ableton Live imagineer looks to the future" / Peter Kirn, June 2011.
Other Titles: Keyboard presents
Keyboard (Cupertino, Calif.)
Responsibility: edited by Peter Kirn.

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