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Mélanie Seteun (22 titles)
 

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Mélanie Seteun editions publish academic work on popular music, as well as Volume! The French journal of popular music studies.
 
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2017
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This issue dedicated to Jamaican music studies presents and analyses the main characteristic features of these musical forms—from riddims to sound systems—and their associated issues—from culture to slackness. The publication features nine articles and twelve book reviews written by leading world experts (including 7 Jamaican researchers). Watch out Babylon!

2016
texts in English and French
temporarily out of stock
The Punk Scene in France: Forty Years of History.

2016
texts in English and French
Special Beatles Studies issue.

2016
French edition
This collective work aims to demonstrate the relevance of today's popular music in contemporary political action through eight international case studies.

2015
texts in English and French
If France is a land of immigration, what about its variété genre? This issue of Volume! aims at tracing the French paths of artists of foreign origin—those who integrated the legacy of chanson française, and those who left a mark on their community by singing exile. As a protean form of expression, variété is an ideal object to observe the ways in which immigrant and foreign identities have been moulded in post-1945 popular music.

2015
texts in English and French
This new “varia” issue of Volume! is made of six papers proposing different while often complementary perspectives on popular music (the role of the Hellfest festival in representations and uses of metal culture, discourses of loudness in rock music, recent evolutions in South American music, Damon Albarn and the English identity, La Monte Young vs The Velvet Underground). Also in the issue: Alf Björnberg and wind harmony, a musical device by Bruno Lefebvre...

2015
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Nostalgia in popular music: a whole scope of various insights on the phenomenon of nostalgia, within a diversity of genres: French chanson, Canadian country song, cold wave…

2014
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Works, authors and rights: music and dance in globalization.

2013
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Listening: Discourses, Practices, Mediations.

2013
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Utopias, dystopias, and anarchy in the Sixties counterculture and popular music. Plus a special feature on heavy-metal studies.

2012
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Counterculture in popular music: theory & scenes.

2012
French edition
From an industrial revolution to another, popular music at the forefront of social change in contemporary societies.

2012
texts in English and French
What role do the representations of the Other, the body, women and race play in highly publicized cultural productions?

2011
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What is it we call “Black” music? A selection of texts from the April 2010 conference in Bordeaux based on a critical discussion of Philipp Tagg's open letter about “Black music,” “Afro-American Music” and “European Music.”

2011
French edition
The relations between youth culture, digital practices, and media industries with the example of electro dances and Tecktonik phenomenon.

2010
French edition
A sociological and musical study which shows how French female rapper Diam's contributed to introduce a series of social issues within the public debate.

2010
texts in English and French
This issue of Volume! continues the investigation started in #7-1, with new questions raised about cover versions, including copyright, intertextuality, and genealogy

2010
texts in English and French
Cover versions in popular music.

2008
French edition
13 British and French researchers in popular music studies highlight the differences and similarities between two contexts and two research traditions to better understand the amplified music on both sides of the Channel.

2006
French edition
A sociological analysis of the production mechanisms of amplified music in France in parallel with the development of French cultural industries.

2006
French edition
An understanding of rock culture through its networks of actors, tastes, objects, systems, activities and practices.

2004
French edition
out of print
An historical and sociocultural study on metal music, and the first sociological portrait of the movement in France.