My recent collaboration with Ian Quinn in Music Perception, "Corpus-Derived Key Profiles are Not Transpositionally Equivalent" is here.
My review of Steve Rings's book is in the current volume of Music Theory Spectrum.
I am currently running a music cognition study at UMass called "A Stochastic Model of Musical Meter," an overview of which can be found here.
My 2013 contribution to Mathematics and Computation in Music looks at reducing musical surfaces into more a usable and constrained alphabet of chords and chord progressions, and my 2015 contribution shows how to use this process to analyze music.
My dissertation can be found here.
My 2014 piece in Music Perception looks at how music data from different time periods in Western Europe 1650-1900 suggest different models of tonal communication.
I also have an interest in the music and world-view of Alexander Scriabin. I have a video relating his musical choices to the numerologies and mystical geometries theorized by his theosophic influences.