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O'Connell, Joe ORCID: 2020. 'Caught in a culture crossover!' Rock against racism and Alien Kulture. Arnold, Gina and McKay, George, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Punk Rock, Oxford Handbooks Online, Oxford University Press, (10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190859565.013.20)

O'Connell, Joseph ORCID: 2019. 'The undiluted squash of UK math rock': the performer's view of ArcTanGent festival. Riffs 3 (2)

O'Connell, Joseph ORCID: 2018. A Friday afternoon stroll through ArcTanGent Festival with Alpha Male Tea Party. Riffs: Experimental writing on popular music , pp. 5-7.

O'Connell, Joseph ORCID: 2018. 'Suffer Louder': the cultural politics of the American mathcore canon. Presented at: Metal Punk Conference, De Montfort University, Leicester, 13-14 December 2018. -.

O'Connell, Joseph ORCID: 2018. Rethinking Live Aid: a social mo(ve)ment? Presented at: Music and Social Movements Symposium, Northumbria University, 30 November 2018. -.

O'Connell, Joseph ORCID: 2018. 'The undiluted squash of UK math rock': the performer's view of ArcTanGent. Presented at: Crosstown Traffic: Popular Music Theory and Practice, University of Huddersfield, 3-5 September 2018. -.

O'Connell, Joseph ORCID: and Murray, Samuel ORCID: 2018. 'Are You With Me Now?': the sŵn performer's journey. Presented at: Past and Present: Local Music Making and the Politics of Popular Music, REDHOUSE Cymru, Merthyr Tydfil, 27 January 2018. -.

Hill, Sarah ORCID:, O'Connell, Joseph ORCID: and Thomas, Isabel 2017. One weekend in October: The Swn Festival, Cardiff. Presented at: CHIME Conference 2017: Music, Festivals, Heritage, Siena , Italy, 25-28 May 2017.

O'Connell, Joseph ORCID: 2017. The performers journey. Cardiff: Cardiff University/Creative Cardiff. Available at:

O'Connell, Joseph ORCID: 2016. 'Practical Dreamers': Red wedge and the British State. Presented at: Music, Political Activism and the State, University of Southampton, 13 April 2016. -.

O'Connell, Joseph ORCID: 2014. 'Better Decide Which Side You're On': Authenticity, politics and post-punk in Thatcherite Britain. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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O'Connell, Joseph ORCID: 2010. Rumba Rules: The politics of dance music in Mobutu's Zaire. By Bob W. White. Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2008. 300 pp. ISBN 978-0822341123 [Book Review]. Popular Music 29 (3) , pp. 483-485. 10.1017/S0261143010000310

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