Wayne Marshall is an ethnomusicologist focusing on the musical and cultural production of the Caribbean and the Americas, and their circulation in the wider world, with particular attention to digital technologies. He's currently writing a book on music, networked media, and transnational youth culture. He co-edited and contributed to Reggaeton (Duke University Press 2009) and has published in journals such as Popular Music and Callaloo while writing for popular outlets like The Wire and the Boston Phoenix. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has taught courses at Brandeis, Brown, University of Chicago, and MIT. He is also an active DJ and maintains and runs the blog and website, www.wayneandwax.com.