By Sarah Thornton
This is often an cutting edge contribution to the learn of pop culture, concentrating on the adolescence cultures that revolve round dance golf equipment and raves.
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Extra info for Club Cultures : Music, Media and Subcultural Capital
Although ‘live’ events still thrive in relation to certain genres, since punk, increasing numbers of British youth cultures have revolved around records rather than performance. This has a complicated history which is recounted in the next chapter. Suffice it to say here that the long-term decline of ‘live’ music and the slow rise of the discotheque in its many incarnations from record hops to raves has led to a situation whereby the majority of British music cultures could be described as disc cultures.
The fourth section explores the specificities of recording and the kinds of music most at home with the medium. It considers how changes in the way popular music was recorded and disseminated contributed to transformations in the meaning and value of records and ponders why certain music genres came to be perceived as quintessentially and authentically recorded while others did not. The final section looks at changes to the shape and meaning of the live gig during the period in question. It identifies two seemingly contradictory tendencies.
This too relates to the high cost of space. Outdoor shopping is also a norm. Youth-oriented shopping streets (like Carnaby Street and parts of the King’s Road) and weekend clothes markets (like Camden Town, said to be the largest street market in Europe) are places for the spectacular congregation of subcultural youth. But limited opening hours mean that 36 these are daytime territories. The indoor malls, vital to the assembly of American youth, are relatively few and far between. m. and are consequently less significant to British youth culture.
Club Cultures : Music, Media and Subcultural Capital by Sarah Thornton