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Malbon, Ben. 1999. Clubbing: dancing, ecstasy and vitality. London: Routledge.

Manuel, Peter, and Wayne Marshall. 2006. "The riddim method: aesthetics, practice, and ownership in Jam dancehall." Popular Music 25(03), 447-470.

Marontate, Jan. 2005. "Digital recording and the reconfiguration of music as performance." American Behav Scientist 48(11), 1422-1438.

Marsh, Charity. 2005. Raving Cyborgs, Queering Practices, and Discourses of Freedom: The Search for Mean Toronto's Rave Culture. Ph.D. Dissertation (Popular Music Studies/ Ethnomusicology), York University, Toro Canada.

Marsh, Charity. 2006. "‗Understand Us Before You End Us‘: Regulation, Governmentality, and the Confess Practices of Raving Bodies." Popular Music 25/3, 415-430.

Martin, Daniel. 1999. "Power Play and Party Politics: The Significance of Raving." Journal of Popular Culture 77-99. [view online]

May, Beverly. 2006. "Techno." In African American Music: An Introduction, edited by Mellonee V. Burnim and K. Maultsby. New York: Routledge, 313-352.

McCutcheon, Mark A. 2007. "Techno, Frankenstein and Copyright." Popular Music 26(2), 259-280.

McLeod, Kembrew. 2001. "Genres, Subgenres, Sub-Subgenres and more: Musical and Social Difference Wi Electronic Dance Music Communities." Journal of Popular Music Studies 13, 59-75.

McRobbie, Angela. 1994. "Shut up and Dance: Youth Culture and Changing Modes of Femininity." In Postmod and Popular Culture, edited by McRobbie, Angela. London; New York: Routledge.

Melechi, Antonio. 1993. "The Ecstasy of Disappearance." In Rave Off: Politics and Deviance in Contemporary Culture, edited by Redhead, Steve. Avebury: Aldershot, 29-40.

Mellonee V. Burnim and Portia K. Maultsby. 2006. African American Music: An Introduction. New Yor Routledge.

Miller, Graham. 2005. The sound of the Third Wave: Science fiction, imaginary machines and the future of Te M.A. Thesis (Music), York University.

Montano, Ed. 2007. DJs, Clubs and Vinyl: The Cultural Commodification and Operational Logics of Contemp Commercial Dance Music in Sydney. Ph.D. Dissertation (Department of Contemporary Music Studies), Macqu University. [view online]

Montano, Ed. 2008. "'You‘re Not A Real DJ Unless You Play Vinyl‘ – Technology and Formats The Progres Dance Music and DJ Culture." Journal on the Art of Record Production 3, 1-9. [view online]

Moore, David. 1995. "Raves and the Bohemian search for self and community: a contribution to the anthropolo public events." Anthropological Forum 7(2), 193-214.

Murray, Enda. 2001. "Sound Systems and Australian DiY Culture: Folk Music for the Dot Com Generation FreeNRG: Notes From the Edge of the Dance Floor, edited by Graham St John. Melbourne: Common Ground,

Nehring, Neil. 2007. "'Everyone's Given Up and Just Wants to Go Dancing': From Punk to Rave in the Thatche Popular Music and Society 30(1), 1-18.

Noys, Benjamin. 1995. "Into the 'Jungle'." Popular Music 14(3), 321-332. [view online]

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