LGR is owned and run by journalist, researcher and editor Yvonne Kiely. A blend of music writing, research and commentary, this publication has its roots in Ireland and its eyes and ears in the global music industries.
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A zine for music, sex, and DIY culture in Ireland. Cut and pasted in Dublin. Issue #1 was launched at the 2019 Sex Workers Alliance Ireland Art Exhibition. Read about Spread and how to submit work here.
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FACTS 2020 Survey / Official Ireland Launch
The female:pressure FACTS survey is a continuous project, undertaken by volunteer members of the female:pressure network, that quantifies the gender distribution of artists performing at electronic music festivals worldwide. FACTS has been published since 2013 by female:pressure. I act as the data gatherer for Ireland’s festivals.
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‘In Plain Sight: Transatlantic Discourses of Gender Representation on the Covers of Hot Press and Rolling Stone’ presented at Exploring Gender Dynamics in the Music Industry symposium, University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 2019.
‘Music Magazines and Gendered Space: The Crisis of Representation in the Industry’s Decline’ presented at Taking Back the Web, Critical Media Literacy Conference at Technological University Dublin, 2018.
Paper in Media Narratives in Popular Music, forthcoming with Bloomsbury Academic. Read the book abstract.