Jungle, drum n’ ’bass, house, techno, footwork, rave and grime.
- State Of Bass: Jungle: The Story So Far by Martin James, 1997. ︎
- More brilliant than the sun: Adventures In Sonic Fiction by Kodwo Eshun, 1998. ︎
- Discographies: Dance, Music, Culture and the Politics of Sound by Ewan Pearson and Jeremy Gilbert, 1999.
- Techno Rebels: The Renegades of Electronic Funk by Dan Sicko, 1999.
- Last Night a DJ Saved My Life: The History of the Disc Jockey by Bill Brewster, 2000. ︎
- All Crews: Journeys Through Jungle/Drum & Bass Culture by Brian Belle-Fortune, 2004. ︎
- House Music... the Real Story by Jesse Saunders, 2007. ︎
- The Record Players: The Story of Dance Music Told by History’s Greatest DJs by Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton, 2012.
- This Is Grime by Hattie Collins and Olivia Rose, 2016.
- Uproot: Travels in 21st-Century Music and Digital Culture by Jace Clayton, 2016. ︎
- Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor, 1980–1983 by Tim Lawrence, 2016. ︎
- Inner City Pressure: The Story of Grime by Dan Hancox, 2018.
FILMS & SERIES
FILMS & SERIES
- “Detroit The Blueprint Of Techno,” prod. Much Music, 1998.
- Techno City: What is Detroit Techno? dir. Ben Cohen, 2000. 36 mins.
- Pump Up the Volume: The History of House Music, dir. Carl Hindmarch, 2001.
- High Tech Soul: The Creation of Techno Music, dir. Gary Bredow, 2006. 1hr and 3 mins.
- What We Started, dir. Bert Marcus & Cyrus Saidi, 2017.
- Black to Techno, dir. Jenn Nkiru, 2019. 20 minutes. ◦
PODCASTS & RADIO
- 'Give It Up For DJ Blackface!' by NPR Code Switch, 2017. 28 mins.
- When Dance Was Nice by Reggae Lover, Episode 167, October 2019. 44 minutes.
- “Music and Politics Go Hand In Hand: Whitney Wei Interviews King Britt,” Episode 55, on Electronic Beats, June 2020. 1h 30m. ︎
- “Machine Soul: A History Of Techno” by Jon Savage, originally in Village Voice, Summer 1993.
- “A Tale of Two Cities: Our 1998 Feature on the Racial Politics of Detroit Techno” by Mike Rubin, SPIN, October 1998.
- “In the Mix: Hearing the Souls of Black Folk,” by Alexander Weheliye, 2000.
- “Music; Techno Dances With Jazz” by Mike Rubin, NYTimes, September 2001.
- “Confessions of a DJ” by Jace Clayton, n+1, Fall 2008. ︎
- “RA: The evolution of footwork” by David Quam, Resident Advisor, November 2010.
- “The Warehouse: The place house music got its name” by Jacob Arnold, Resident Advisor, May 2012.
- “An alternate history of sexuality in club culture” by Luis-Manuel Garcia, Resident Advisor, January 2014. ︎︎︎
- “The Roots of Techno: Detroit's Club Scene 1973–1985” by Ashley Zlatopolsky, July 2014.
- “DJ Rashad is gone, but his influence on footwork lives on” by Leor Galil, Chicago Reader, November 2014. ︎
- “The Divine Creation of Chicago House” by Ronda Racha Penrice, Cuepoint, March 2015.
- “Ron Hardy at The Music Box: How “The Party” and its enigmatic resident DJ pioneered house music culture in Chicago, and beyond” by Jacob Arnold, RBMA, May 2015.
- “Fancy footwork: how Chicago's juke scene found its feet again” by Jacob Arnold, The Guardian, June 2015.
- “From Loft to Warehouse: Chicago vs Detroit” by Jacob Arnold, Boiler Room, November 2015.
- “Stormzy: Grime Heavyweight” by Jazz Monroe, Pitchfork, February 2016.
- “Importes, Etc.: The Chicago Record Store That Popularized House” by Jacob Arnold, RBMA, November 2016.
- “Interview: Juan Atkins” by Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton, RBMA, May 2017.
- “Interview: Derrick May” by Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton, RBMA, May 2017.
- “Interview: Kevin Saunderson” by Bill Brewster, RBMA, May 2017.
- “When Techno Was House: Chicago’s Impact on the Birth of Techno” by Jacob Arnold, RBMA, August 2017.
- “Detroit is Techno City, and techno is Black” by Imani Mixon, Detroit Metro Times, May 2018. ︎
- “Gay Black Men Helped Create EDM. Why Do Straight White Men Dominate It?” by Katie Bain, Billboard, June 2018.
- “This Is Our House by Jacob Arnold, Lorena Cupcake, Meaghan Garvey, Michelangelo Matos, & Steve Mizek, Chicago Mag, August 2018.
- “This Trans Drum & Bass Musician Was a Pioneer in the 90s. Why Isn’t She Getting Her Due?” by Samantha Riedel, them, October 2019. ︎
- “2010-19: Reflections Of A Black Woman In Dance Music” by Ash Lauryn, Resident Advisor, January 2020. ︎
- “'Dance music was created by us, but is ruled entirely by white people': meet rising DJ OK Williams” by Timi Sotire, gal-dem, January 2020.
- “Where’s the Party? Jace Clayton on Carl Craig at Dia:Beacon” by Jace Clayton, ArtForum, May/June 2020.
- “Electronic Music Is Black Protest Music” by Whitney Wei, Electronic Beats, June 2020.
- “A Conversation on the Bleaching of Techno: How Appropriation is Normalized and Preserved” between Axmed Maxamed and Mathys Rennela, by Dweller Forever, June 2020.
- “When House Music Was Black & Gay” by Louie A. Ortiz-Fonseca, GranVarones, June 2020.
- “Where are the Women in Drum & Bass?” by Julia Toppin, beatportal, June 2020.
- “Kevin Saunderson: Dance Scene Is Still Failing Black Artists” by Katie Bain, Billboard, June 2020.
- “The Sound of a Movement: 18 Creatives on the Black Queer Future of Dance Music” by Michelle Kim, them., June 2020.
- “A Letter to RA” by Roshan Chauhan a.k.a. R.O.S.H., July 2020. ︎
- “Black Women Helped Build House Music. Their Credit Is Often Left off Records” by Renee Jarreau, ZORA, July 2020. ︎