I frequently write for multiple online resources, and the links below will take you to some of them. Peer-reviewed journal articles can be found here.
In 2017, I maintained a popular blog series (‘For Your Misinformation’) on the Psychology Today website, covering the psychology of why we believe in conspiracies, fake news, and the likes. Whilst completing my Doctoral studies, I maintained a popular blog (‘Music Piracy Research Blog’) which is archived here.
Digital revolution or evolution? Guest contribution to 21st Century (2016).
Adele’s new album is not available to stream, but she may be swimming against the tide. Guest contribution to The Conversation (2015).
Understanding Music Piracy: A Consideration of Research Methodology. Guest blog post on The Ragged University (2015).
Stanley Donwood, Radiohead and the power of musical artwork. Guest contribution to The Conversation (2015).
What makes a music festival? Context versus content, and the case of Festival Number 6 – Steven Brown. Guest blog post on Live Music Exchange (2015).
The Soundtrack to Christmas is changing – here’s a compilation of reasons why. Guest contribution to The Conversation (2014).
How piracy is changing the music industry landscape. Guest contribution to The Conversation (2014).
Who are the music pirates and what do they want? Guest contribution to The Conversation (2014).
Is piracy ‘good’ or ‘bad’? – guest post by Steven Brown. Guest appearance on Music Business Research (2014).
Giving life back to music (promotion and distribution). Guest ‘Views’ post on International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (2013).
Anatomy of a Gig #2: Roger Waters (The Wall) – Steven Brown. Guest blog post on Live Music Exchange (2012).