Link & track list for summer 2019 drum & bass mix

Track list
00:00 Taylor Swift & London Elektricity, “You need to calm down” & “Tone poem”
02:47 Adele & M.I.A., “Send my love” & “Paper planes”
06:25 Kings of the Rollers, “You got me”
10:13 London Elektricity feat. Hugh Hardie, “Tape loops (Villem remix)”
13:40 Soligen, “Beautiful”
16:10 S.P.Y. feat. Inja, “Landslide”
21:09 Urbandawn, “Spectrum”
25:22 Kings of the Rollers feat. Lydia Plain, “The sky is falling”
29:34 Bladerunner, “Revolution”
31:06 Vampire Weekend, “Harmony Hall”
36:40 Primal Scream, “Come together (Farley mix)”
43:39 Urbandawn feat. Tyson Kelly, “Come together”
48:09 Logistics, “The trip (2017 remaster)”
53:31 JFB, “Shake it”

Link

Who owns copyright in what you publish?

“Who owns copyright in what you publish?” is the talk I delivered for #ACCUTE2019 at this year’s Congress in Vancouver, and it’s now online, in full, as a post for English Matters, the blog of the Association of Canadian College & University Teachers of English.

“There are many interests vying for rights to your research, and many ways to assert or regain your own control over those rights. It’s important to know what the main regulatory contexts are — and what your options are.”

Read the full text of the talk at accute.ca/accute-blog/.

This research has been supported with the generous assistance of Athabasca University’s Academic & Professional Development Fund.

Link & track list for Dr Teeth’s live DJ set for #ACCUTE2019 @ UBC’s encore #CongreSSH

ICYMI, here you can stream the DJ set I played at #ACCUTE2019 (or DM me if you want a DL version).

Track list:

00:00 Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, “Under your always light”
04:20 Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, “Under your always light (Teequa remix)”
05:42 Underworld, “Born slippy” [sampled 05:42-06:29]
07:42 Buffy Sainte-Marie & Tanya Tagaq, “You got to run (Spirit of the wind)”
08:06 Fatboy Slim, “Going out of my head” [sampled 08:06-11:20]
10:52 A Tribe Called Red featuring Buffy Sainte-Marie, “Working for the government” (2015 mix)
14:46 Lizzo, “Good as hell (BNDR remix)”
17:58 Taylor Swift, “Blank space (Jump Smokers remix)” [19:22-19:42: i turnt down the tunes to rock the mic with welcome & inviting of requests]
22:22 Armand van Helden featuring Duane Harden, “You don’t know me”
26:12 Walk the Moon, “Shut up and dance”
29:20 Operators, “Cold light”
32:14 The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Head on”
36:28 The Cult, “Sanctuary”
40:34 Michael Jackson, “Wanna be startin’ somethin'”
45:57 Erasure, “Blue Savannah”
50:16 Tom Haverford aka Aziz Ansari, Sample from “Banger Test” Parks & Recreation S6E18
50:23 Scissor Sisters, “I don’t feel like dancin'”
54:11 Jimmy Cliff, “Wonderful world, beautiful people” [sample]
55:03 Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean, “Hips don’t lie”
58:13 Daddy Yankee featuring Snow, “Con calma”
1:00:54 Rascalz featuring Checkmate, Kardinal Offishal, Thrust & Choclair, “Northern Touch (A Tribe Called Red remix featuring Black Bear)”
1:04:34 Warren G featuring Nate Dogg, “Regulate”
1:08:23 Harry Nilsson, “Gotta get up”
1:10:50 Taylor Swift feat. Brendon Urie, “ME!”
1:12:08-:56 John Holt, “Police in helicopter (Benny L remix)” [sample]
1:13:44 Robyn, “Dancing on my own”
1:18:06 Whitney Houston, “How will I know”
1:22:26 Prince, “Raspberry beret (12″ extended mix)”
1:27:44 Arcade Fire, “Everything now”
1:32:27 New Order, “Bizarre love triangle”
1:38:54 Dexy’s Midnight Runners, “Come on Eileen”
1:42:50 Men Without Hats, “Safety dance”
1:45:18 Redbone, “Come and get your love”
1:49:20 The Tragically Hip, “New Orleans is sinking”
1:53:31 The Smiths, “Bigmouth strikes again”
1:56:37 Mariah Carey, “Fantasy”
2:00:49 Lizzo, “Truth hurts”
2:03:12 Drake, “Nice for what”
2:06:20 Blackstreet featuring Dr Dree & Queen Pen, “No diggity”
2:10:23 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz, “Thrift shop”
2:14:00 Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber, “Despacito”
2:16:35 ABBA, “Dancing queen”
2:18:44 Eric B & Rakim, “Paid in full (Coldcut remix)” [sample]
2:20:06 The Bee Gees, “Stayin’ alive”
2:24:44 Roxette, “The look”
2:28:00 Boney M, “Rasputin”
2:32:23 Rihanna, “Don’t stop the music”
2:35:31 Pulp, “Common people”
2:41:12 The Clash, “Rock the Casbah”
2:44:41 AC/DC, “You shook me all night long”
2:47:53 Lady Gaga, “Born this way”
2:51:20 Harry Belafonte, “Jump In the Line (Shake Shake Senora)”
2:54:56 Michael Jackson, “Billie Jean”
2:59:32 Queen featuring David Bowie, “Under pressure”
3:03:07 Madonna, “Vogue”
3:07:44 Cardi B, “Bodak Yellow”
3:11:19 Deadmau5 & Leonard Cohen, “Complications want it darker (Dr Teeth mashup)”
3:15:02 Salt-N-Pepa, “Push it”
3:19:27 Marvin Gaye, “Got to give it up”
3:23:14 Prince, “Baltimore”
3:27:27 Donna Summer, “Last dance”

Full Tracklist for _DJ practice outtakes (warmups for ACCUTE at #CongreSSH 2019) Vol 2_

“Demand a better future”: a #ClimateStrike soundtrack

 

Shared in solidarity with everyone demanding #climateaction for a better future.

Track list:

  • 00:00:00 “Eyes open” by Taylor Swift
  • 00:03:52 “Dog days are over” by Florence + the Machine
  • 00:08:01 “You got to run (spirit of the wind)” by Buffy Ste Marie & Tanya Tagaq
  • 00:11:35 “Dangerous times” by Wildlife
  • 00:16:10 “Welcome to the terrordome” by Public Enemy
  • 00:21:34 “Change the world” by Wake Self feat. Gift of Gab
  • 00:24:01 “Drop it like it’s hot” by Snoop Dogg feat. Pharrell Williams
  • 00:27:35 “A report to the shareholders: kill your masters” by Run The Jewels
  • 00:34:26 “Corporate cannibal (Dan Donovan remix)” by Grace Jones (feat. samples of “Chapter 69” by Shifted)
  • 00:41:26 “Downpressor man” by Peter Tosh
  • 00:47:53 “Run ’em out” by Roots Manuva & Breakage
  • 00:51:45 “Killing in the name of” by Rage Against The Machine
  • 00:56:35 “Gettin’ down on the mountain” by Corb Lund
  • 01:00:00 “Harmony hall” by Vampire Weekend (feat. samples of “Freedom ’90” by George Michael)
  • 01:04:52 “Inside out” by Crash Vegas
  • 01:08:38 “It’s the end of the world as we know it” by Great Big Sea
  • 01:11:21 “Big yellow taxi” by Joni Mitchell
  • 01:13:25 “The great song of indifference” by Bob Geldof
  • 01:17:38 “God save the queen” by the Sex Pistols
  • 01:20:50 “Wait until tomorrow” by Crocodiles
  • 01:24:18 “Salvation” by the Strumbellas
  • 01:27:23 “A better future” by David Bowie
  • 01:31:09 “Back to the streets (S.P.Y. remix)” by Bcee
  • 01:35:52 “In the future” by Camo & Krooked
  • 01:40:14 “The tide is high” by the Paragons
  • 01:43:04 “Death to my hometown” by Bruce Springsteen
  • 01:46:40 “Not without a fight” by Crystal Shawanda
  • 01:49:51 “Under your always light” by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson
  • 01:54:33 “Sister moon” by Transvision Vamp
  • 01:58:42 “Bring on the lucie” (Freeda Peeple)” by John Lennon
  • 02:02:22 “There is no time” by Lou Reed
  • 02:06:05 “Think” by Aretha Franklin
  • 02:08:17 “Electricity” by Silk City & Dua Lipa feat. Diplo & Mark Ronson
  • 02:12:26 “Steal my sunshine” by LEN
  • 02:15:03 “Wild things” by Alessia Cara
  • 02:18:08 “You are the everything” by R.E.M.
  • 02:21:44 “We shall overcome” by Pete Seeger

Open letter to my MP demanding #climatecrisis action

[delivered via GoFossilFree.org — send a letter to your MP too]

Dear Mr. Diotte,

I’m a constituent here in your riding. I appreciate that the House of Commons has held an emergency debate prompted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s sobering report on limiting global warming to 1.5ºC.

That emergency debate was a great first step, but now we need emergency action. That’s why I’m delivering this letter today urging you to read the the IPCC report and pledge to take action.

Read the report here: http://www.ipcc.ch/report/sr15/.

After reading it, I urge you to propose, champion and support legislation to update Canada’s climate policies and bring them in line with the urgency called for in the IPCC report before the next federal election.

Right now, Canada has a climate plan that falls far short of what the science says we urgently need. We need to strengthen our international climate commitments, stop fossil fuel expansion that scientists keep telling us our climate can’t handle, and build a 100% renewable energy economy that respects Indigenous rights, and works for every single person in Canada. Our children’s future depends on immediate actions like these.

My contact information is below. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Mark A. McCutcheon

#FairDealingWorks: Fair Dealing Week 2019

This week (Feb. 25 – Mar. 1) is #FairDealingWeek, a time to celebrate this vital statutory right’s affordances for expressive freedoms and the public good, and to dispel the misinformation that copyright maximalists spread about its supposed harms. Despite repeated, clear, and consistent Supreme Court rulings, big publishers and their intermediaries continue to treat the lawful exercise of fair dealing — by users, educators, and, yes, creators too — as if it’s debatable, dubious, or diabolical.

Among the many online resources and testimonials being shared this week — see https://fair-dealing.ca/ for an aggregated collection — Meera Nair, NAIT’s copyright officer and a vocal advocate for fairer copyright, has shared a blog post that brings home the importance of fair dealing.

“Fair Dealing matters. Individual writers, musicians and artists should not need to be well-versed in the intricacies of copyright law, to benefit by exceptions to copyright defined in the law.”

And if you wish to add your voices to those telling the federal government’s copyright review committee to preserve and extend fair dealing in copyright law, you might consider signing the Fair Copyright petition organized by the Canadian Association of University Teachers.

Lastly: I’ve linked to its abstract above, but let me reiterate here that essential reading for understanding how fair dealing benefits creators is Eli MacLaren’s 2017 article on poets’ incomes and fair dealing.

#AuthorsNeedFairDealingToo.