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Aldwyn Hogg Jr. is a Bahamian PhD candidate in musicology at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. His dissertation project theorizes and listens to Black sonic technopoetics--the sounds and musics produced by Black Americans about technology--to investigate the co-constitutive relationship between race and technology during the twentieth century in the United States. The technologies he studies include: the industrial washing machine, the early automobile, nuclear weaponry, and spaceflight technologies (specifically, Apollo 11). Some of his other interests include queer clubs, contemporary hip hop, and early Soviet symphonies.