Not Your World Music (Noise in South East Asia)
- タイトル: Not Your World Music (Noise in South East Asia)
- アーティスト: Cedrik Fermont, Dimitri Della Faille
- レーベル: Syrphe, Hushush
- フォーマット: Book
- ジャンル: Music, Politics, Experimental Electronic, Electro-Acoustic, Ambient, Noise, Drone, Industrial, Harsh Noise, DIY, Misc Asia & Middle East
- 価格: €10,00EU (incl. 7% 税金)€9,35non-EU
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"A book about art, politics, identity, gender and global capitalism.
From academic electronic music to do-it-yourself noise in South East Asia. Contemporary and past noise, electroacoustic, industrial, experimental music and sound art in Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar/Burma, The Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam. With political, historical and sociological essays, exclusive interviews with artists and organizers, as well as an extensive bibliography of popular music from South East Asia and a thorough discography of noise and experimental music artists.
"The first book aiming to chart the spread of noise music across South East Asia" - The Wire Magazine
15.3x22.9cm, 276 pages, softcover.
-South East Asia, noise music and us : Cedrik Fermont and Dimitri della Faille.
-What is noise music ? An attempt at an anti-sexist and anti-colonial definition: Dimitri della Faille and Cedrik Fermont.
-What is a musical genre ? Some lessons from the humanities and social sciences: Dimitri della Faille and Paula Ledaga-Leounda.
-History of noise music in South East Asia: Cedrik Fermont.
-Reflections on the social determinants of noise music in South East Asia: Dimitri della Faille.
-A conversation with the noise scenes in South East Asia: Teresa Barrozo, Dimitri della Faille, Cedrik Fermont, Goh Lee Kwang, Nathalie Johnston, Indra Menus, Nguyễn Hồng Nhung, Dyah Isaka Parameswara, Phú Phạm, Rully Shabara, Koichi Shimizu, Tara Transitory and Mark Wong.
-Popular, electronic, experimental, extreme, academic and contemporary music in South East Asia : A selection of scholarly writings: Dimitri della Faille.
-Discography: A selection of recorded material: Cedrik Fermont."