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-Hey ILM! Study Grime, Microhouse, and Dancehall at Harvard+Scott Plagenhoef is the Associate Editor-in-Chief of [[Pitchfork Media]]. He wrote for the [[33 1/3]] series of books published by [[Continuum Books]], a division of the Continuum International Publishing Group, on [[Belle and Sebastian]]'s second album "If You're Feeling Sinister."
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-This is the class description for "Electronic Music: History and Aesthetics of Popular Music Since the 1960s" at Harvard Extension School.+
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-I found the syllabus very surreal, it's like it was compiled by people who read ILM. I mean, required readings from [[Simon Reynolds]], [[Philip Sherburne]], [[Jahsonic]][http://www.courses.dce.harvard.edu/~musie145/#week3], [[Scott Plagenhoef]], and [[Sasha Frere-Jones]]? Make sure you listen to [[Marshall Jefferson]], [[Vybz Kartel]], [[Dizzee Rascal]], [[Madvillain]], and [[Kylie]]? I love it.+
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--- Michael F Gill (Michael F Gill), Wednesday, 19 January 2005 17:11 (3 years ago) Link+
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Scott Plagenhoef is the Associate Editor-in-Chief of Pitchfork Media. He wrote for the 33 1/3 series of books published by Continuum Books, a division of the Continuum International Publishing Group, on Belle and Sebastian's second album "If You're Feeling Sinister."



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