Dr Chris Christodoulou

Senior Lecturer

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I am a Lecturer in the School of Media, Arts and Design at the University of Westminster in London.

My research is concerned with the relationship between speed, technology and urban experience in electronic dance music scenes and subcultures, as well as in articulations of risk and malfunction in mass and new media. I successfully defended my PhD, entitled 'Renegade Hardware: Speed, Pleasure and Cultural Practice in Drum 'n' Bass', undertaken at London South Bank University, in 2009. In this area, I contributed the article 'Rumble in the Jungle: City, Place and Uncanny Bass' to Dancecult #4, Special Issue on DJ Culture (May 2011).

2015

Darkcore: Dub’s Dark Legacy in Drum ‘n’ Bass Culture (2015)
Christodoulou, C. 2015. Darkcore: Dub’s Dark Legacy in Drum ‘n’ Bass Culture. Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture. 7 (2).

2011

Rumble in the jungle: city, place, and uncanny bass (2011)
Christodoulou, C. 2011. Rumble in the jungle: city, place, and uncanny bass. Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture. 3 (1), pp. 44-63.

2013

DJs and the aesthetic of acceleration in drum 'n' bass (2013)
Christodoulou, C. 2013. DJs and the aesthetic of acceleration in drum 'n' bass. in: Attias, B.A., Gavanas, A. and Rietveld, H.C. (ed.) DJ culture in the mix: power, technology, and social change in electronic dance music London Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 195-218

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