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Messick, K. J. (2021). Metal for the masses: How indie metal labels have adapted for the digital era. In V. Sarafian (Ed.), La route vers l'indépendance. L'industrie musicale en transition. Toulouse: Presses de l'Université Toulouse 1 Capitole.
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Coggins, O. (2021). Sarcastic Turbulence: Irony, Seriousness, and Ambiguity in Black Metal Music Culture. In I. Kinane (Ed.), Isn't it Ironic? Irony in Contemporary Popular Culture. Abingdon & New York: Routledge.
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Wallach, J. (2003). “Goodbye My Blind Majesty”: Music, Language, and Politics in the Indonesian Underground. In H. M. Berger, & M. T. Carroll (Eds.), Global Pop, Local Language (pp. 53–86). Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.
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Wallach, J. (2020). Global Rock as Postcolonial Soundtrack. In A. Moore, & P. Carr (Eds.), The Bloomsbury Handbook of Rock Music Research (pp. 469–485). New York: Bloomsbury.
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Varas-Díaz, N. (2021). Decolonial Metal Music in Latin America. Bristol: Intellect Books.
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