Keogh, B. and Zemke, K. (2023 Forthcoming) ‘“How Far I’ll Go?: The circulations of Aotearoa (New Zealand) Maori and Pasifika Pop Musics’ in Jason Beaster-Jones and Kariann Goldschmitt (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Global Music Industry Studies, Oxford University Press.
Keogh B. and Collinson, C. (2023 Forthcoming) "'It's the End of Capitalism as we Know it': Songs, Prophecies and Resistance in the Capitalocene" in Simone Krüger Bridge (ed) The Oxford Handbook for Global Popular Music, Oxford University Press.
Submitted to peer-review
Collinson, I. and Brent Keogh.‘All that lies beneath, no longer what it was’: A critical discussion of Singer-Songwriter Jack Johnson’s quiet activism, quiet music and The Smog of the Sea
Evans, M. and Brent Keogh (2022) ‘Film and Television Music’ in Christopher Patridge and Marcus Moberg (eds.), The Bloomsbury Handbook for Religion and Popular Music vol. 2, Oxford, New York, New Delhi, Sydney: Bloomsbury.
Khamis, S. and Keogh, B. (2021) 'Sonic branding and the aesthetic infrastructure of everyday consumption' Popular Music.
Keogh, B. and Ian Collinson. (2020) “The ‘Protooling’ of the World” Journal of World Popular Music 7/1.
Keogh, B. (2020) “Here, There and Everywhere: Recording Popular Music in the ‘Field’” Journal of World Popular Music 7/1.
Keogh, B., Brunt, S., and Giuffre, L. (2019 ) ‘Sounds like Australia? Listening to Australia’s Eurovision Song contest, in Jess Carniel (ed.) Understanding the Eurovision Song contest in Multicultural Australia: We Got Love. Palgrave MacMillan. https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783030200572
Keogh, B. (2018) “Star-Spangled Shamisen: In Search of the Jimi Hendrix of the [insert instrument here].” Perfect Beat. 19/1: 68-85. ISSN: 10382909.
Keogh, B. (2013). “The CALD Front: A Summary Report of Arts Funding for Diverse Musical Disciplines in Australia.” In: Wilson, Oli (Editor); Attfield, Sarah (Editor). Selected papers from the 2012 Australia/New Zealand IASPM Conference: International Association for the Study of Popular Music Australia New Zealand Branch [November 2013].
Keogh, B., and Alter, A. (2013). “Some Preliminary Thoughts on Patterns of Programming in Australia’s World Music and Folk Festivals.” In: Wilson, Oli (Editor); Attfield, Sarah (Editor). Selected papers from the 2012 Australia/New Zealand IASPM Conference, International Association for the Study of Popular Music Australia New Zealand Branch [November 2013].
Keogh, B. (2012). “The Oud, the Bad and the Ugly: Transmitting 'roots' in the discourse and experience of World music in Australia.” In: Giuffre, Liz (Editor); Spirou, Penny (Editor). Routes, Roots and Routines: Selected papers from the 2011 Australia/New Zealand IASPM Conference. Sydney, N.S.W.: International Association for the Study of Popular Music Australia New Zealand Branch, 2012: 34-41. ISBN: 9780975774755