The World Remade

On flailing in the rising tides, as well as the ecological impact of vinyl records and digital music streaming.

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Matthew Brennan, and Kyle Devine

Kyle’s forthcoming book, Decomposed: A Political Ecology of Music is out October 2019 on MIT Press.


Miriam Nielsen



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  • Eco-Sonic Media, Jacob Smith


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