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  • Journal

    Adams, R.

    “Home sweet home, that’s where I come from, where I got my knowledge of the road and the flow from”: Grime music as an expression of identity in postcolonial London.

    2018 - Popular Music and Society

    In-text: (Adams, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Adams, R., 2018. “Home sweet home, that’s where I come from, where I got my knowledge of the road and the flow from”: Grime music as an expression of identity in postcolonial London. Popular Music and Society, 42(4), pp.438-455.

  • Website

    Ben-Edigbe, T.

    J Hus Is Carving Out a New British Sound, Injecting UK Afrobeats with Rudeboy Flavor

    2016 - Vice Media

    In-text: (Ben-Edigbe, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Ben-Edigbe, T., 2016. J Hus Is Carving Out A New British Sound, Injecting UK Afrobeats With Rudeboy Flavor. [online] Noisey by Vice. Available at: <https://www.vice.com/en_au/article/rmjnjn/londons-new-afrobeat-trap-rap-sound> [Accessed 20 January 2020].

  • Journal

    Bush, B.

    African Echoes, Modern Fusions: Caribbean Music, Identity and Resistance in the African Diaspora

    2006 - Music Reference Services Quarterly

    In-text: (Bush, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Bush, B., 2006. African Echoes, Modern Fusions: Caribbean Music, Identity and Resistance in the African Diaspora. Music Reference Services Quarterly, 10(1), pp.17-35.

  • Website

    Ekpoudom, A.

    Did you see what I done? How J Hus became the voice of young black Britain

    2019 - Guardian News & Media Limited

    In-text: (Ekpoudom, 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Ekpoudom, A., 2019. Did You See What I Done? How J Hus Became The Voice Of Young Black Britain. [online] The Guardian. Available at: <https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/nov/26/how-j-hus-became-the-voice-of-young-black-britain-decade-in-music> [Accessed 20 January 2020].

  • Dissertation

    Harris, D.

    Carni: Articulations in the Caribbean Diaspora: London's Carnival Arts Scene and the Cultural Politics of Space, Place, and Value

    2018

    In-text: (Harris, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Harris, D., 2018. Carni: Articulations In The Caribbean Diaspora: London's Carnival Arts Scene And The Cultural Politics Of Space, Place, And Value. Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles.

  • Journal

    Landau, C.

    Disseminating Music amongst Moroccans in Britain: Exploring the Value of Archival Sound Recordings for a Cultural Heritage Community in the Diaspora

    2012 - Ethnomusicology Forum

    In-text: (Landau, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Landau, C., 2012. Disseminating Music amongst Moroccans in Britain: Exploring the Value of Archival Sound Recordings for a Cultural Heritage Community in the Diaspora. Ethnomusicology Forum, 21(2), pp.259-277.

  • Book

    Lefebvre, H.

    The Production of Space

    1991 - Blackwell Publishing - Oxford, United Kingdom

    In-text: (Lefebvre, 1991)

    Your Bibliography: Lefebvre, H., 1991. The Production Of Space. Oxford, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishing.

  • Book

    Massey, D.

    Space, Place and Gender

    1994 - University of Minnesota Press - Minneapolis

    In-text: (Massey, 1994)

    Your Bibliography: Massey, D., 1994. Space, Place And Gender. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

  • Journal

    Ramnarine, T. K.

    “Indian” music in the diaspora: Case studies of “chutney” in Trinidad and in London

    1996 - British Journal of Ethnomusicology

    In-text: (Ramnarine, 1996)

    Your Bibliography: Ramnarine, T., 1996. “Indian” music in the diaspora: Case studies of “chutney” in Trinidad and in London. British Journal of Ethnomusicology, 5(1), pp.133-153.

  • Journal

    Small, C.

    Musicking — the meanings of performing and listening. A lecture

    1999 - Music Education Research

    In-text: (Small, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Small, C., 1999. Musicking — the meanings of performing and listening. A lecture. Music Education Research, 1(1), pp.9-22.

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