An Interview with Michael Hamad, Creator of Setlist Schematics (PhanArt, Sept. 24, 2013).
Eight Things You’ll See and Hear At Phish’s MSG Run (Village Voice, Dec. 26, 2013).
The Believer Logger, Jan. 23, 2014.
Video: How to Draw a Phish Song (New York Times, June 30, 2014).
The Art of Mapping Music: Mike Hamad’s 200 Schematics of Songs by Phish, Pink Floyd & The Dead (Open Culture, July 2, 2014).
Watch: How To Draw A Setlist Schematic of A Phish Song (Live for Live Music, July 3, 2014).
How Phish used Content Marketing to turn Fans into Fanatics (July 17, 2015).
What a Phish Song Looks Like (Take, Feb. 23, 2015).
Phish-y inspiration? Real-time Musical Analysis (Jan Miyake’s blog, Oct. 29, 2015).
Phish Story: Dissecting the Music of America’s Favorite Jam Band (Observer, Jan. 13, 2016).
AIP: Mike Hamad (Philosophy School of Phish, Dec. 28, 2016).
Every Song Ever: Twenty Ways to Listen in an Age of Musical Plenty by Ben Ratliff (excerpt, 2016).
“Affective Music Theory and Musical Exploration: Michael Hamad’s @phishmaps” by Jacob A. Cohen (presented at the annual conference of the Society for American Music, Montreal, March 25, 2017).
“Affective Music Theory and Musical Exploration: Michael Hamad’s @phishmaps” by Jacob A. Cohen (presentation given at the Harvard Graduate Music Forum conference “Musical Cartographies,” 29 January 2016, Cambridge, MA.).