Annemette Kirkegaard is Associate Professor of Musicology and Ethnomusicology at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and works on East African music, live music, and music censorship. The editor of the anthology Rock Music in Denmark, her publications also include “Entangled complicities in the prehistory of ‘World Music’” and “Censoring Music through Race”.Helmi Järviluoma is Professor of Cultural Studies at the University of Eastern Finland. She is also Principal Investigator of the European Research Council’s advanced grant project SENSOTRA 2016–2020, and key Professor of the University of Eastern Finland’s top strategic research area, Borders, Mobilities, Cultural Encounters. Among her publications, Gender and Qualitative Methods continues to draw great attention.Jan Sverre Knudsen is Professor of Music at the Faculty of Education and International Studies at Oslo and Akershus University College, Norway. His research and publications focus on the role of music and dance in immigrant communities, as well as language and performance in multiethnic hip hop groups. Jonas Otterbeck is Professor of Islamic Studies at Lund University, Sweden. His articles on Islam, music and popular culture include “The Sunni Discourse on Music” in Islam and Popular Culture (2016) and “Wahhabi ideology of social control versus a new publicness in Saudi Arabia” in Contemporary Islam.