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From Midnight to Broad Daylight: The constructive capabilities of techno and
Unformatted Document Text:  From Midnight to Broad Daylight 27 Munson, K. (2001, April 1). Electronic Music: Is it the sound of the future? Des Moines Sunday Register, pp. E1, E2. Pratt, R. (1989). Popular music, free space, and the quest for community. Popular Music and Society 13(4): 59-76. Raphael, M. (1999, November 8). Government rants while kids rave. National Post [Online]. www.nationalpost.com/story.asp?f=991108/121346. Reynolds, S. (1998). Rave Culture: Living dream or living death? In S. Redhead, D. Wynne, and J. O’Connor (Eds.). The Clubcultures Reader: Readings in popular cultural studies, (pp. 84-93). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers. Reynolds, S. (1999). Generation Ecstasy: Into the world of techno and rave culture. Routledge: New York. Reynolds, S. (2001). No UFOS in the Motor City. Rock, Rap, and Confidential, 180: 3-4. Sherlock, J. (1996). Dance and the Culture of the Body: Where is the grotesque? Women’s Studies International Forum 19(5): 525-533. Sicko, D. (1999). Techno Rebels: The renegades of electronic funk. New York: Billboard Books. Silcott, M. (1999). Rave America: New school dancescapes. Toronto, ON: ECW Press. Taylor, K. Focus on Detroit. BPM. (January 2001). Thornton, S. (1996). Club Cultures: Music, media and subcultural capital. Hanover, NH: Wesleyan University Press. Waterman, S. (1998). Carnivals for elites? The cultural politics of arts festivals. Progress in Human Geography 22(1): 54-74.

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From Midnight to Broad Daylight
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Munson, K. (2001, April 1). Electronic Music: Is it the sound of the future? Des Moines
Sunday Register, pp. E1, E2.

Pratt, R. (1989). Popular music, free space, and the quest for community. Popular Music and
Society 13(4): 59-76.

Raphael, M. (1999, November 8). Government rants while kids rave. National Post [Online].
www.nationalpost.com/story.asp?f=991108/121346.

Reynolds, S. (1998). Rave Culture: Living dream or living death? In S. Redhead, D. Wynne,
and J. O’Connor (Eds.). The Clubcultures Reader: Readings in popular cultural studies, (pp.
84-93). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.

Reynolds, S. (1999). Generation Ecstasy: Into the world of techno and rave culture.
Routledge: New York.

Reynolds, S. (2001). No UFOS in the Motor City. Rock, Rap, and Confidential, 180: 3-4.

Sherlock, J. (1996). Dance and the Culture of the Body: Where is the grotesque? Women’s
Studies International Forum 19(5): 525-533.

Sicko, D. (1999). Techno Rebels: The renegades of electronic funk. New York: Billboard
Books.

Silcott, M. (1999). Rave America: New school dancescapes. Toronto, ON: ECW Press.
Taylor, K. Focus on Detroit. BPM. (January 2001).
Thornton, S. (1996). Club Cultures: Music, media and subcultural capital. Hanover, NH:
Wesleyan University Press.

Waterman, S. (1998). Carnivals for elites? The cultural politics of arts festivals. Progress in
Human Geography 22(1): 54-74.


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