Keepin’ it on da streets? UK rap and music education: in the Journal of Popular Music Education. ISSN: 23976721
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‘“Brand New You’re Retro”: Tricky as Engpop Dissident’ (forthcoming, 2017). Co-author with Christian Lloyd, in Mad Dogs and Englishness Popular Music and English Identities edited by Lee Brooks, Mark Donnelly and Richard Mills. ISBN: 9781501311260. Publisher: Bloomsbury, UK.
‘“DJ Hit that Button”: Amateur Laptop Musicians in Contemporary Music & Society’ (2017) in The Oxford Handbook of Music Making and Leisure edited by Roger Mantie and Gareth Dylan Smith. ISBN: 9780190244705. Publisher: Oxford University Press, New York, USA
‘“Feel Good” with Gorillaz and “Reject False Icons”: The Fantasy Worlds of the Virtual Group and its Creators’ (2016) Book excerpt in Popmatters: http://www.popmatters.com/feature/the-oxford-handbook-of-music-virtuality/
‘“Feel Good” with Gorillaz and “Reject False Icons”: The Fantasy Worlds of the Virtual Group and its Creators’ (2016) in ‘The Oxford Handbook of Music and Virtuality’. Editors: Sheila Whiteley & Shara Rambarran. ISBN: 9780199321285. Publisher: Oxford University Press, New York, USA
‘‘You’ve Got No Time For Me’: Martin ‘Sugar’ Merchant, British Caribbean Identity and the Media’(2015) in ‘Reggae from Yaad: Traditional and emerging themes in Jamaican popular music’. Editor: Donna P. Hope. Ian Randle Publishers, Kingston, Jamaica.
‘‘99 Problems’ but Danger Mouse Ain’t One: The Creative and Legal Difficulties of Brian Burton, ‘Author’ of The Grey Album’ (2013) in Popular Musicology. See: http://www.popu
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‘99 Problems but Danger Mouse Ain’t One’: An insight into the conflicting issues surrounding The Grey Album (2006) Proceeding in the Journal of Art of Record Production