Elodie A. Roy received her PhD from the International Centre for Music Studies (Newcastle University, UK). She is the author of Media, Materiality, Memory: Grounding the Groove (Ashgate, Music and Material Culture Series, 2015) and of other publications engaging with the visual and material culture of sound. She coorganised the international conferences Musical Materialities in the Digital Age (University of Sussex) and Material Culture in Action: Practices of making, collecting and re-enacting art and design (Glasgow School of Art). She contributed pieces to a number of exhibitions including Radiophrenia (Glasgow Centre for Contemporary Arts, Spring 2015) and A Partial Index (Baltic 39, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Summer 2014). She is currently a visiting member of staff at the Glasgow School of Art (Design) and has recently been appointed by the Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities (University of Glasgow) to develop a new interdisciplinary training programme in material culture studies.