Resonances: Noise and Contemporary Music by Michael GoddardResonances: Noise and Contemporary Music by Michael Goddard

Resonances: Noise and Contemporary Music

EditorMichael Goddard, Benjamin Halligan, Nicola Spelman

Paperback | July 18, 2013

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Resonances is a compelling collection of new essays by scholars, writers and musicians, all seeking to explore and enlighten this field of study. Noise seems to stand for a lack of aesthetic grace, to alienate or distract rather than enrapture. And yet the drones of psychedelia, the racket of garage rock and punk, the thudding of rave, the feedback of shoegaze and post-rock, the bombast of thrash and metal, the clatter of jungle and the stuttering of electronica, together with notable examples of avant-garde noise art, have all found a place in the history of contemporary musics, and are recognised as representing key evolutionary moments. Noise therefore is the untold story of contemporary popular music, and in a critical exploration of noise lies the possibility of a new narrative: one that is wide-ranging, connects the popular to the underground and avant-garde, fully posits the studio as a musical instrument, and demands new critical and theoretical paradigms of those seeking to write about music.
Michael Goddard is Lecturer in Media Studies at the University of Salford, UK. He has published research in media and aesthetic theory, Eastern European film and visual culture and anomalous forms of popular music. Ben Halligan runs the Graduate Programme for the School of Media, Music and Performance at the University of Salford, UK,...
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Title:Resonances: Noise and Contemporary MusicFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9 × 6 × 1 inPublished:July 18, 2013Publisher:BloomsburyLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

part one Noise, Rock and Psychedelia 1 'Kick Out the Jams': Creative Anarchy and Noise in 1960s Rock Sheila Whiteley 2 Recasting Noise: The Lives and Times of Metal Machine Music Nicola Spelman 3 Shoegaze as the Third Wave: Affective Psychedelic Noise, 1965-1991 Benjamin Halligan 4 To Be Played at Maximum Volume: Rock Music as a Disabling (Deafening) Culture George McKay part two Punk Noise: Prehistories and Continuums 5 Sounds Incorporated: Dissonant Sorties into Popular Culture Stephen Mallinder 6 Stairwells of Abjection and Screaming Bodies: Einst¿rzende Neubauten's Artaudian Noise Music Jennifer Shryane 7 Make a Joyous Noise: The Pentecostal Nature of American Noise Music Seb Roberts 8 Roars of Discontent: Noise and Disaffection in Two Cases of Russian Punk Yngvar B. Steinholt 9 Noise from Nowhere: Exploring 'Noisyland's' Dark, Noisy and Experimental Music Michael Goddard Archive: Indestructible Energy: Seeing Noise Julie R. Kane part three Noise, Composition and Improvisation 10 Xenakian Sound Synthesis: Its Aesthetics and Influence on 'Extreme' Computer Music Christopher Haworth 11 Sound Barriers: The Framing Functions of Noise and Silence Alexis Paterson 12 Listening Aside: An Aesthetics of Distraction in Contemporary Musi David Cecchetto and eldritch Priest 13 Using Noise Techniques to Destabilize Composition and Improvisation Eric Lyon 14 Noise as Mediation: Adorno and the Turntablism of Philip Jeck Erich Hertz part four Approaching Noise Musics 15 Noise as Music: Is There a Historical Continuum? From Historical Roots to Industrial Music Joseph Tham 16 Noise as Material Impact: New Uses of Sound in Noiserelated Movements Rafael Sarpa 17 Into the Full: Strawson, Wyschnegradsky and Acoustic Space in Noise Musics J.-P. Caron 18 Gossips, Sirens, Hi-Fi Wives: Feminizing the Threat of Noise Marie Thompson 19 Beyond Auditive Unpleasantness: An Exploration of Noise in the Work of Filthy Turd James Mooney and Daniel Wilson Bibliography Index

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Resonances offers a conceptually diverse yet simultaneously minutely detailed investigation of noise that draws a line between popular music, cultural and sound studies. . [Reverberations and Resonances] are a significant achievement, a comprehensive collection of thinking to date about where noise fits into our cultural lives, pointing forward towards a fertile development of the field.