Dancecult: journal - special issue on the DJ released

Dancecult: journal - special issue on the DJ, was released on 16 June 2011. Dancecult is a peer reviewed e-journal specializing on EDMC (electronic dance music culture). This issue has articles on DJs at NYC's "The Saint" nightclub, the changing roles of the DJ in Vienna, the "maleness" of drum'n'bass in London, DJs and cyborgs, psytrance DJ Goa Gil, part one of the Nomads in Sound series, a couple of articles on turntablists and hip hop DJs, the techno scene in Stockholm, a look at the EBM/Industrial DJs, as well as book reviews. A bumper issue!

DANCECULT | Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture
Volume 3 * Number 1 * 2011

with Guest Editors Anna Gavanas and Bernardo Alexander Attias


## Feature Articles ##

The Forging of a White Gay Aesthetic at the Saint, 1980–84
--- Tim Lawrence

The DIY Careers of Techno and Drum ‘n’ Bass DJs in Vienna
--- Rosa Reitsamer

Rumble in the Jungle: City, Place and Uncanny Bass
--- Chris Christodoulou

Headphone–Headset–Jetset: DJ Culture, Mobility and Science Fictions of
--- Sean Nye

DJ Goa Gil: Kalifornian Exile, Dark Yogi and Dreaded Anomaly
--- Graham St John

## Conversations ##

Off the Record: Turntablism and Controllerism in the 21st Century, Part 1
--- tobias c. van Veen and Bernardo Alexander Attias

##From the Floor##

Nomads In Sound vol 2
--- Anna Gavanas

Meditations on the Death of Vinyl
--- Bernardo Alexander Attias

Turntables of Doom
--- Kath O'Donnell

We call it Swedish Techno
--- Anna Ostrom

”War on the Dancefloor”: The Reproduction of Power and Pleasure at the
Festival in Cologne
--- Johanna Paulsson


Man Vibes: Masculinities in the Jamaican Dancehall (Donna P. Hope)
--- Marvin Dale Sterling

Hold on to Your Dreams: Arthur Russell and the Downtown Music Scene,
(Tim Lawrence)
--- Charlie de Ledesma