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<nettime-ann> DANCECULT 2.1 : Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture


DANCECULT | Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture
Volume 2 * Number 1 * 2011

Dancecult returns with two themes: the dystopian and remix aesthetics of
Detroit and a special From the Floor section on the Love Parade.


## Feature Articles ##

Disco's Revenge: House Music's Nomadic Memory
-- Hillegonda C. Rietveld

Hooked on an Affect: Detroit Techno and Dystopian Digital Culture
-- Richard Pope

Maintaining "Synk" in Detroit: Two Case Studies in the Remix Aesthetic
-- Carleton S. Gholz

Festival Fever and International DJs: The Changing Shape of DJ Culture in
Sydney's Commercial Electronic Dance Music Scene
-- Ed Montano

## From the Floor ##

Nomads in Sound vol. 1
-- Anna Gavanas

# Special Section on the Love Parade #

Where is Duisburg? An LP Postscript HTML
-- Sean Nye, Ronald Hitzler

Party, Love and Profit: The Rhythms of the Love Parade (Interview with
Wolfgang Sterneck)
-- Graham St John

Pathological Crowds: Affect and Danger in Responses to the Love Parade
Disaster at Duisburg
-- Luis-Manuel Garcia

## Reviews ##

Hip Hop Underground: The Integrity and Ethics of Racial Identification
(Anthony Kwame Harrison) PDF
-- Rebecca Bodenheimer

The Local Scenes and Global Culture of Psytrance (Graham St John)
-- Rupert Till

Pink Noises: Women on Electronic Music and Sound (Tara Rodgers)
-- Anna Gavanas

Technomad: Global Raving Countercultures (Graham St John)
-- Philip Ronald Kirby

Sonic Warfare: Sound, Affect, and the Ecology of Fear (Steve Goodman)
-- tobias c. van Veen

Music World: Donk (Dir. Andy Capper)
-- Philip Ronald Kirby

Speaking in Code (Dir. Amy Grill)
-- tobias c. van Veen

Edition 2.1 is not only a new edition of Dancecult, but a redesigned
look. Congratulations to all the volunteers in our new editorial and
production team (along with our authors and reviewers) for getting
this over the line. Special mention to tobias c. van Veen as our new
Managing Editor who is to be congratulated for his dedication to
managing this edition, overseeing the redesign of the PDF articles
and the transition to our new server. Further accolades to Reviews
Editor Karenza Moore; Art Director Cato Pulleyblank who designed our
great new logo and transformed our look in Indesign; our Copyeditors
Catherine Baker and Katrina Loughrey who poured over the Old
Testament; Production Director Gary Powell and Production Assistants
Ed Montano, Luis-Manuel Garcia and Botond Vitos; and not least OJS
wrestler and Operations Assistant Neal Thomas. Extra thank you to
Luis-Manuel Garcia for the German to English translation.

For the full list of our new team see:

Please note that we have a new Dancecult Style Guide (DSG) now
available for download. Tobias and myself have worked hard on
producing the new DSG. It is a major improvement on our former style
guide (the Old Testament) which now includes coverage of our cross
platform requirements. For those submitting material, you must
download and read the DSG thoroughly before submitting any material.

 From the sweet spot,

Graham St John
Executive Editor

tobias c. van Veen
Managing Editor

DANCECULT 2 (1) 2011

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