Early Keyboard Journal
The only scholarly English-language journal devoted solely to the music, performance practices, and organology of keyboard instruments to about 1850.
Early Music America
Each quarterly issue explores the passions, insights and practical realities behind today's exciting world of early music.
A stimulating and richly illustrated journal that'ss unrivalled in its field. Founded in 1973, it remains the leading journal for anyone interested in early music and how it is being interpreted today. Contributions from scholars and performers of international standing explore every aspect of earlier musical repertories, present vital new evidence for our understanding of the music of the past, and tackle controversial issues of performance practice. Each beautifully-presented issue contains a wide range of thought-provoking articles on aspects of earlier musical repertoires, including perspectives from performance practice and from historical and contextual research. New discoveries of musical sources, instruments and documentation are regularly featured, and innovatory approaches to research and performance are explored, often in collections of themed articles.
"Echoes is the best monthly magazine about black music there is. We love soul, jazz, R&B, hip-hop, and reggae, not to mention the various musical offshoots and blends associated with those core areas."
Published by the Canadian Electroacoustic Community since 1998, eContact! is an online journal dedicated to the exploration and promotion of the richly diverse discipline of electroacoustic practices.
Monthly magazine published by Future featuring articles on synthesizers, music production and electronic musicians.
American music publication. With the motto, “Saving American Music,” Elmore covers a wide variety of genres, including roots, rhythm and blues, jazz, rock 'n' roll, country, folk and Americana
The award winning Emmy Magazine is free to Academy Members and available to the general public to purchase via Paypal or digital download via Zinio app.
Ethnomusicology Forum, formerly known as the British Journal of Ethnomusicology, is the academic, refereed journal of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology. The journal seeks to provide a dynamic forum for the presentation of new thinking in the field of ethnomusicology, defined broadly as the study of "people making music", and encompasses the study of all music, including Western art music and popular music.
EUR/Electronic Urban Report
Internet’s foremost information source for urban entertainment, sports, politics and opinion. With the EUR you’ll get daily updates on all your favorite icons/celebrities like: Jay-Z, Beyonce, 50 Cent, Diddy, Kanye, Janet, Michael, Prince, Snoop, Denzel, Halle, Jamie, LeBron, Kobe, Shaq and many, many more. Plus, with our on-going coverage of the White House, politics and urban/black culture in general, you won’t miss out on news that important to you.
European Journal of Musicology (EJM)
The journal is dedicated to cultural, social, economic, political and religious aspects of music as well as philological and theoretical analyses. As an interdisciplinary journal, they welcome contributions which highlight music in all its facets and which locate music’s inception and reception in broader cultural contexts. Social constructions of ethnicity, class, gender and age will be examined just as the scholar’s own theoretical and methodological approaches.
Our primary focus is the music that the mainstream ignores; music whose roots seem to have originated somewhere just outside the pop/rock mainstream, but has progressed onwards toward the boundaries of rock, where it meets jazz, classical, folk, avant-garde, electronic and experimental, going well beyond the standard forms into areas of stark and stunning originality. With Exposé, the focus is on the exploration.