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Lasén, Amparo and Martínez de Albeniz, Iñaki. 2001. "El tecno: variaciones sobre la globalización." Polít Sociedad 36, 129-149. [view online]

Lasén, Amparo. 1999. "Une filiation bâtarde (techno et musique contemporaine)." Cultures en mouvement 21,

Lasén, Amparo. 2002. "―Notas de felicidad extrema. La experiencia musical dance/ Notes of extreme happiness music experience‖." PAC (Pensament i Arts Contemporanis) 2(2), 47-61. [view online]

Lasén, Amparo. 2004. "El baile de las mákinas." In Musiques, arts et technologies, edited by Roberto Barba Enrique Lynch, Carmen Pardo, and Makis Solomos. Paris: L'Harmattan, 303-315.

Lawrence, Pete and Vicki Howard (eds). 2004. Crossfade: A Big Chill Anthology. London: Serpent‘s Ta

Lawrence, Tim. 2003. Love Saves the Day: A History of American Dance Music Culture, 1970-1979. Durham London: Duke University Press.

Lipsitz, George. 2007. ""Techno: The Hidden History of Automation"." In Footsteps In The Dark: The Hidd Histories of Popular Music, edited by None. Minneapolis: Univ of Minnesota Press, 238-62. [view online]

Loza, Susana Ilma. 2004. Global rhetoric, transnational markets: The (post)modern trajectories of electronic music. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California Berkeley.

Loza, Susana. 2001. "Sampling (hetero)sexuality: diva-ness and discipline in electronic dance music." Popular 20(3), 349-357. [view online]

Luckman, Susan. 2002. Party people : mapping contemporary dance music cultures in Australia. Ph.D. Disser University of Queensland.

Luckman, Susan. 2003. "Going Bush and Finding one‘s ―Tribe‖: Raving, Escape and the Bush Doof." Contin Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 17(3), 315-330.

Luvaas, Brent Adam. 2004. Electro clashes: the politics, practice, and performance of an electronic dance m M.A. Thesis (Anthropology), University of California, Los Angeles.

Lynch, Gordon and Emily Badger. 2006. "The Mainstream Post-Rave Club Scene as a Secondary Institutio British Perspective." Culture and Religion 7(1), 27-40.

Lysloff, René T.A. and Leslie C. Gay, editors. 2003. Music and Technoculture. Middletown: Wesleyan Univ Press.

Madrid, Alejandro L. 2003. "Navigating Ideologies in ‗In-Between‘ Cultures. Signifying Practices in Nor-tec M Latin American Music Review 24(23), 270-286.

Madrid, Alejandro L. 2005. "Imagining Modernity, Revising Tradition. Nor-tec Music in Tijuana and Other Bo Popular Music and Society 28(5), 595-618. [view online]

Madrid, Alejandro L. 2006. "Dancing with Desire. Cultural Embodiment in Tijuana's Nor-tec Music and Dan Popular Music 25(3), 383-399.

Madrid, Alejandro L. 2008. Nor-tec Rifa! Electronic Dance Music from Tijuana to the World. New York: Ox University Press. [view online]

Malbon , Ben. 1998. "Clubbing: Consumption, Identity and the Spatial Practices of Every-Night Life." In Cool P Geographies of Youth Cultures, edited by Skelton, T and Valentine, G. London: Routledge, 266-286.

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