geographies of music

Earlier this month we discussed the sounds of the two cities. How can music be informed by different urban geographies? How can music also inform ideas of identity, urban authenticity and place. Lecturer and journalist Charles Lambert presented Liverpool and New York though their musical DNA and speculated that Liverpool’s music has consistently been more melodic while New York’s has been more jagged and demanding.

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