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Craig Hamilton

Craig's research explores contemporary popular music reception practices and the role of digital, data and internet technologies on the business and cultural environments of music consumption. In the main this research is built around the development of The Harkive Project, an online, crowd-sourced method of generating data from music consumers about their everyday relationships with music and technology. Craig also researches live music ecologies and music festivals. He is the co-Managing Editor of Riffs: Experimental Writing on Popular Music and the Project Coordinator for the AHRC-funded Songwriting Studies Network.

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