CAS was recently featured in an article by Ruth Herbert entitled “Modes of Music Listening and Modes of Subjectivity in Everyday Life”. Here is an excerpt:

“Although fascinating in its own right as a case study of one form of contemporary listening practice, what is particularly notable about the CAS phenomenon is the high level of interest the BBC coverage of the club prompted, as evidenced by journalistic commentary across a range of UK print media, including national broadsheet and tabloid newspapers, electronic journals and glossy magazines, which in turn triggered an unprecedented vox populi response via associated electronic forums. E-forums revealed music listening to be a ‘hot topic’ of interest, something individuals of varied ages from a broad spectrum of backgrounds and occupations valued, reflected upon and consciously planned.” Read more here.