Microphone Fiends: Youth Music & Youth Culture
Andrew Ross, Tricia Rose
Psychology Press, 1994 - Art - 276 pages
Microphone Fiends, a collection of original essays and interviews, brings together some of the best known scholars, critics, journalists and performers to focus on the contemporary scene. It includes theoretical discussions of musical history along with social commentaries about genres like disco, metal and rap music, and case histories of specific movements like the Riot Grrls, funk clubbing in Rio de Janeiro, and the British rave scene.
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