David Madden is a soundmaker, artist, scholar and educator. He recently completed a Fonds de Recherche du Québec – Société et Culture (FQRSC) Postdoctoral Fellowship in Music and Sound Studies at the Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture, Carleton University, and a PhD in Communication at Concordia University. He conducts research/creation in the areas of sound, ageing studies, electronic/popular music, media and gender, and mobilities. Currently he is undertaking a feminist micro historiography of the specialist players of the Ondes Martenot entitled, Ageing Waves, producing an EP of original musical compositions, making music in Montreal’s Underground City, and working on a book on Electroclash (McGill-Queen’s). Madden also collaborates with the Participatory Media Cluster and the Mobile Media Lab as an Associate Researcher and previously with TSN 690 (The Sports Network) as an on-air contributor for the program, Game Night Montreal.