Dr Helen Reddington
Senior Lecturer in Music Production
Forthcoming: Monograph: She's At The Controls: sound engineering, production and gender ventriloquism in the 21st century. Sheffield: Equinox
2020: 7” limited edition vinyl miniature album released on Big Song. Four * review in Mojo Magazine by Lucy O’Brien. Airplay on BBC6 Gideon Coe show.Track contributed to Her Indoors compilation in aid of domestic violence charities.
2019: CD Green released on own label, Big Song. Airplay by BBC6 DJ Gideon Coe, and track A Good Life with a Bad Apple made Gary Crowley’s track of the week, BBC Radio London. UK tour to promote, including Pop! Not Hate gigs.
2018: Stories from the She-Punks: music with a different agenda documentary film début at Genesis Cinema, Hackney, November, as part of Doc’n’Roll film festival. Produced and directed in partnership with Gina Birch. Screenings in 2019: Belfast, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Brighton, Nottingham, Lincoln, London, Manchester, Liverpool, Los Angeles.
(Forthcoming) release of The Best of the Chefs archive BBC recordings on Damaged Goods www.damagedgoods.co.uk |
(Forthcoming) publication of The Lost Women of Rock Music: female musicians of the punk era, Equinox (this is a revised paperback edition of the book previously published by Ashgate with further interview material and photographs) |
Reddington, Helen (2008) The Lost Women of Rock Music: female musicians of the punk era, London:Ashgate|
Reddington, Helen (2005) The Forgotten Revolution of the Female Punk Musicians in the 1970s, in The Peace Review (subcultures issue), Carfax|
Reddington, Helen (2004) Hands Off My Instrument, in Randall, Annie (ed) Music, Power and Politics, London:Routledge |
Reddington, Helen (2003) Lady Punks in Bands: a subculturette? In Muggleton, David (ed) the Post-subcultures Reader, London:Berg|
McCookerybook, Helen (2010) Take One, Voiceprint www.voiceprint.co.uk
McCookerybook, Helen and Stephenson, Martin (2009) Hamilton Square, Voiceprint www.voiceprint.co.uk
Détournement and Female Punk Bands of the 1970s in Rethinking Difference in Gender, Sexuality, and Popular Music: Theory and Politics of Ambiguity
Gavin Lee. Routledge.
Entrepreneurship and Music Technology Practitioners in Music Entrepreneurship
Allan Dumbrek and Gayle McPherson. Bloomsbury/Methuen.
Gender ‘Ventriloquism’ in Studio Production IASPM Gender issue
Sarah Raine and Catherine Strong.
The Lost Women of Rock Music: Female Musicians of the Punk Era
Helen Reddington. 2012. Equinox.
The Lost Women of Rock Music: female musicians of the Punk Era
Touring and recording artist; collaborations with Gina Birch, Vic Goddard, Lester Square, Martin Stephenson, Robert Rotifer
Research into punk, subcultures and music scenes; research into women and studio technology in pop; development of songwriting courses in unusual contexts.
PA 2302 Songwriting and Production;
PA3002 Performing Arts Placement
Performing Arts Society
Mechanical Copyright Society