Christopher Inglis known as Chris
- Faculty of Creative Industries
- Graduate Research Student
- Cardiff - Atrium
MA Musicology. University of Sheffield.
BA (Hons) Music, Technology & Innovation. De Montfort University.
• Inglis, C. (2019). ‘Electro Swing: Re-introducing the Sounds of the Past into the Music of the Future’ in: Mazierska, E., Gillon, L. & Rigg, T. Popular Music in the Post-Digital Age: Politics, Economy, Culture and Technology. New York, NY: Bloomsbury.
• Inglis, C. (2017). ‘Sampling the Past: The Role and Function of Vintage Music within Electro Swing’ in: Medbøe, H., Moir, Z., and Atton, C. Continental Drift: 50 Years of Jazz from Europe. Edinburgh: Continental Drift Publishing.
• Crosstown Traffic: Popular Music Theory and Practice. University of Huddersfield. 03-05/09/18
• Twisting My Memory, Man: Music, Memory and Memoir. York St John University. 13-14/07/18
• Rhythm Changes: Re/Sounding Jazz. Conservatorium van Amsterdam. 31/08-03/09/17.
• Recontextualising Ragtime: Connections, Influences, Perspectives. University of Huddersfield. 06-07/05/17.
• Old Is New: The Presence of the Past in the Music of the Present. Centro de Estudos de Sociologia e Estética Musical, Lisbon. 24-26/11/16.
• Continental Drift: 50 Years of Jazz from Europe. Edinburgh Napier University. 16-17/07/16.
• “It Ain’t Where You’re From, It’s Where You’re At”: International Hip Hop Studies Conference. University of Cambridge. 23-25/06/16.
• Future Sounds: Meaning and the Future of Popular Music. University of Central Lancashire. 16-17/05/16.
International Association for the Study of Popular Music
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