Music, Politics, Agency 4: Music, Creativity and Capitalism

27 June 2012
11:00to18:00

EB.1.03, UEL, Docklands Campus

The final event in the Music, Politics, Agency series, this one day conference explores debates around music, creativity and cultural policy in a time of advancing Neoliberalism. Contributors include, Mark Fisher, Jeremy Gilbert, Dave Hesmondhalgh, Timothy Taylor, Graham Jeffrey, Douglas Lonie, Ewan Pearson and Cecelia Wee.

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Critical Beats 4: Dancing, Sound Systems and Party Environments

14 June 2012
19:30to21:30

Circus 2 at Stratford Circus, £3/£1

Why do different scenes generates different forms of dancing? How do differently configured sound systems create different party environments? Does the quality of sound matter anymore? Do we need DJs and party scenes now we’ve got the internet? Is London party culture suffering a death by property price inflation?

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