Joanna Demers



2023 The Eddan Collective. New York: Angelico Press (forthcoming)

2017 Anatomy of Thought-Fiction: CHS Report, 2214. London: Zero Books

2015 Drone and Apocalypse: An Exhibit Catalog for the End of the World. London: Zero Books.

2010 Listening Through the Noise: The Aesthetics of Experimental Electronic Music. New York: Oxford University Press.

2006 Steal This Music: How Intellectual Property Law Affects Musical Creativity. Athens: University of Georgia.


2021 “Electronic Music,” in The Oxford Handbook on Western Music and Philosophy, eds. Tomás McAuley, Nanette Nielsen, and Jerrold Levinson. New York: Oxford University Press: 519-532.

2019 “The Eddan Collective,” ASAP/Journal, Vol. 3/3: 667-686.

2017 "Cassette Tape Revival as Creative Anachronism," Twentieth-Century Music, 14/1: 1-9.

2014 “Sound-alikes, Law, and Style,” University of Missouri – Kansas City Law Review Vol. 83:2: 303-311.

2013 “Ambient Drone and Apocalypse,” Current Musicology, Number 95 (Spring): 103-112.

2013 “Accents in Some Recent Digital Media Works,” in The Oxford Handbook on Digital Audiovisual Media Aesthetics, eds. Amy Herzog, Carol Vernallis, and John Richardson. New York: Oxford University Press: 140-153.

2009 “Field Recording, Sound Art and Objecthood”, Organised Sound, 14/1: 39-45.

2006 “Dancing Machines: ‘Dance Dance Revolution’, Cybernetic Dance, and Musical Taste,” Popular Music, 25/3: 401-414.

2003 “Sampling the 1970s in Hip-hop,” Popular Music, 22/1: 41-56.

2001 “‘Brothers Gonna Work It Out?’: Echoes of Blaxploitation Sound in Hip-hop,” Music Research Forum, vol. 16: 2-19.