Pop Music Research
Popular Music Reception - Tools of Future-Making, Spaces, and Possibilities of Being
In this chapter, co-written with Dr Sarah Raine, I look at how popular music consumers are making sense of online environments.
The Harkive Project - popular music reception, digital technologies, and data analysis
In this conference proceedings chapter, I discuss some of the analytical processing behind my work with The Harkive Project.
Popular music, digital technologies and data analysis - New methods and questions
Exploring Harkive respondents use of streaming services and automated recommendation systems. Published in the 100th issue of …
Looking at the Monkey bars
In this piece for The Sociological Review I reflected on the process of learning new skills during the course of my PhD studies.
The Harkive Project - Rethinking Music Consumption
A report on the early stages of my PhD, published in the McCCSA Networking Knowledge journal in 2016
How Do People Listen To Music In 2013? It’s A Complex Business
A piece I wrote for the NME in 2013, reflecting on the first instance of The Harkive Project.