Interdisciplinary Music Journal

“Apeman”: The Kinks’s Romantic Expression of Environmental Politics and the Paradox of Human Evolution
Resonance (2016) Vol. VI

In 1970 the Kinks released their eighth studio album, Lola versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One, from which the featured song “Apeman” reached No. 5 on the UK singles chart. “Apeman” tells the story of a man who wishes ...

The “Migration of Consciousness”: Understanding Robert Ashley’s Perfect Lives through Music Video
Resonance (2016) Vol. VI

In a 1981 interview during a production of Perfect Lives, his opera for televi­sion, Robert Ashley said, “I’m learning how to write American opera; I don’t think it has been written before, and I don’t think that what I’m doing ...


RIMJ is an online resource run by the graduate students in musicology at the University of Southern California (USC) and has been peer-reviewed since 2016. Resonance seeks to serve the community of young scholars by providing a forum through which their ideas on music can be shared with the community at large.

Publisher University of Southern California
Country United States of America
Year started 2004
Indexed 2 articles
Licence Open Access

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