REVIEW: Dangerous Mediations: Pop Music in a Philippine Prison Video, Áine Mangaoang, New York, NY: Bloomsbury, 2019, ISBN 9781501331534.

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Original languageEnglish
JournalIASPM Journal
Issue number2
Pages (from-to)78-80
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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My thanks go first and foremost to Love Ssega, Andrew Kiwanuka, and all those who live near the South Circular for continuing to fight for clean air. I also want to pay my respects to all victims of environmental and climate change past, present, and yet to come, including Ella Kissi-Debrah, and I ask that we keep them at the forefront of our minds. The following charities are supported by Love Ssega and Andrew Kiwanuka and would deeply appreciate charitable donations and support in their efforts to address climate and social issues. Love Ssega is a Trustee of EarthPercent, a charity whose mission is to unleash the power of music in service of the planet. For more information see Andrew Kiwanuka has worked closely with Out of the Blue, a social enterprise which supports young people in North Edinburgh. For more information see Many thanks to Alex de Lacey and those involved in organizing the IASPM ECR Conference, at which an early version of this paper was presented. I am grateful to Mark Seow for suggesting several articles and books that deal with issues of air and breathing. Finally, many thanks to Tore Størvold for reading a draft of this paper and offering useful pointers regarding flow, the flute sample, and the notion of Sila.

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