The 2015 Meeting will be in St. Louis, Missouri, October 29-November 1 at the Hyatt Regency, St. Louis at The Arch. The conference page can be found here.
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Oxford University Press has a new blog post, from Kyle Adams, about his latest MTS article, "What Did Danger Mouse Do? The Grey Album and Musical Composition in Configurable Culture."
The latest issue of Music Theory Spectrum (Volume 37, Issue 1) is now available. Members can log in and access the "MTS at Oxford Journals" link on the sidebar.
The latest issue of Music Theory Online (Volume 21, Number 2) is now available.