Trans Global Punk Scenes

Dunn, Kevin (2016), Global Punk: Resistance and Rebellion in Everyday Life, New York: Bloomsbury Academic. ... to London: To live the punk dream and “meet my tribe”', in J. Sardinha and R. Campos (eds), Transglobal Sounds: Music, ...

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Author: Russ Bestley

Publisher: Intellect Books

ISBN: 9781789383393

Category: Music

Page: 285

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This new collection is the second in the Global Punk series. Following the publication of the first volume the series editors invited proposals for a second volume, and selected contributions from a range of interdisciplinary areas, including cultural studies, musicology, ethnography, art and design, history and the social sciences. This collection extends the theme into new territories, with a particular emphasis on contemporary global punk scenes, post-2000, reflecting upon the notion of origin, music(s), identity, careers, membership and circulation. This area of subcultural studies is far less documented than more ‘historical’ work related to earlier punk scenes and subcultures of the late 1970s and early 1980s. This new volume covers countries and regions including New Zealand, Indonesia, Cuba, Ireland, South Africa, Siberia and the Philippines, alongside thematic discussions relating to trans-global scenes, the evolution of subcultural styles, punk demographics and the notion of punk identity across cultural and geographic boundaries. The book series adopts an essentially analytical perspective, raising questions over the dissemination of punk scenes and their form, structure and contemporary cultural significance in the daily lives of an increasing number of people around the world. This book has a genuine crossover market, being designed in such a way that it can be adopted as an undergraduate student textbook while at the same time having important currency as a key resource for established academics, postdoctoral researchers and PhD students. In terms of the undergraduate market for the book, it is likely that it will be adopted by convenors of courses on popular music, youth culture and in discipline areas such as sociology, popular music studies, urban/cultural geography, political history, heritage studies, media and cultural studies.

Transglobal Sounds

In this chapter, we address punk's globalization, as well as its consequent localization, which has allowed the constitution, development and maintenance of local and translocal musical scenes. In Portugal, the desire to leave the ...

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Author: João Sardinha

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781501311987

Category: Music

Page: 248

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Through a transnational, comparative and multi-level approach to the relationship between youth, migration, and music, the aesthetic intersections between the local and the global, and between agency and identity, are presented through case studies in this book. Transglobal Sounds contemplates migrant youth and the impact of music in diaspora settings and on the lives of individuals and collectives, engaging with broader questions of how new modes of identification are born out of the social, cultural, historical and political interfaces between youth, migration and music. Thus, through acts of mobility and environments lived in and in-between, this volume seeks to articulate between musical transnationalism and sense of place in exploring the complex relationship between music and young migrants and migrant descendant's everyday lives.

Punk Identities Punk Utopias

Global Punk and Media Matt Grimes, Russ Bestley, Mike Dines, Paula Guerra ... Research Transmissions from the Local and the Global Edited by Russ Bestley, Mike Dines, Alastair Gordon & Paula Guerra Trans-Global Punk Scenes: The Punk ...

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Author: Matt Grimes

Publisher: Intellect Books

ISBN: 9781789384147

Category: Music

Page:

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Punk Identities, Punk Utopias: Global Punk and Media seeks to unpack and illuminate punk as a trajectory of ‘timelesness...as a set of diverse but confluent values and appropriations’ that have both reflected and informed an increasingly complex, indefinable social, political and economic setting. Whereas the first two volumes in the series were broadly focused on local punk ‘scenes’ in a disparate range of countries and regions around the world, Punk Identities, Punk Utopias extends that critical enquiry to reflect broader social, political and technological concerns impacting punk scenes around the world, from digital technology and new media to gender, ethnicity, identity and representation. This new volume therefore draws upon the interdisciplinary areas of cultural studies, musicology and social sciences to present an edited text on the notion of identities, ideologies and cultural discourse surrounding contemporary global punk scenes. It is hoped that the books in the Global Punk series will add to the academic discussion of contemporary popular culture, particularly in relation to punk and the critical understanding of transnational and cross-cultural dialogue. Punk is a global phenomenon and the Global Punk series aims to reflect contemporary scenes around the world since the millennium. Punk and its subsequent variants, from hardcore to post-punk, have always crossed borders and become assimilated within countercultural practices with local, national and regional variations. Produced in collaboration between the Punk Scholars Network and Intellect Books, the Global Punk book series focuses on the development of contemporary global punk (c. 2000 onwards), reflecting upon its origins, aesthetics, identity, legacy, membership and circulation. Critical approaches draw upon the interdisciplinary areas of (among others) cultural studies, art and design, sociology, musicology and social sciences in order to develop a broad and inclusive picture of punk and punk-inspired subcultural developments around the globe. The series adopts an essentially analytical perspective, raising questions about the dissemination of punk scenes and subcultures and their form, structure and contemporary cultural significance in the daily lives of an increasing number of people around the world. This book has a genuine crossover appealed. It will be a key resource for established academics, postdoctoral researchers and Ph.D. students, as well as being suitable for adoption as an undergraduate student textbook. Suitable courses will include those in the fields of popular music, youth culture, sociology, urban/cultural geography, political history, heritage studies, media and cultural studies.

PUNK Las Am ricas Edition

The Punk Reader: Research Transmissions from the Local and the Global Edited by Russ Bestley, Mike Dines, Alastair Gordon, & Paula Guerra Trans-Global Punk Scenes: The Punk Reader Vol ...

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Author: Olga Rodríguez-Ulloa

Publisher: Intellect Books

ISBN: 9781789384178

Category: Art

Page:

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This book challenges the dominant vision of punk – particularly its white masculine protagonists and deep Anglocentrism – by analysing punk as a critical lens into the disputed territories of 'America', a term that hides the heterogeneous struggles, global histories, hopes and despairs of late twentieth and early twenty-first century experience.Compiling academic essays and punk paraphernalia (interviews, zines, poetry and visual segments) into a single volume, the book seeks to explore punk life through its multiple registers, through vivid musical dialogues, excessive visual displays and underground literary expression.

Ethics Politics and Anarcho Punk Identifications

... I am certain that other punk scenes have experienced similar problems and that punks in these other scenes may see something of their own scene reflected here. After all, punk is a trans-local, trans-global space, and while each ...

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Author: Edward Anthony Avery-Natale

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498519991

Category: Music

Page: 274

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This book explores the complicated negotiations of identity among punks and anarchists living in the Philadelphia. Of particular significance is the book’s application of theoretical approaches to subcultures, youth cultures, fashion ethics, identification, narrativity, race and racism, gender and sexuality, and political and anarchist thought.

Exploring the Spiritual in Popular Music

Contemporary Perspectives on Punk (Intellect, 2020); Trans-Global Punk Scenes: The Punk Reader Vol. 2 (Intellect, 2020); and Punk Identities, Punk Utopias: Global Punk and Media (Intellect, 2021). He also has a chapter in The Oxford ...

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Author: Georgina Gregory

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350086937

Category: Religion

Page: 264

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This book highlights how the diverse nature of spiritual practices are experienced and manifest through the medium of popular music. At first glance, chapters on Krishnacore, the Rave Church phenomenon and post-punk repertoire of Psychic TV may appear to have little in common; however, this book draws attention to some of the similarities of the nuances of spiritual expression that underpin the lived experience of popular music. As an interdisciplinary volume, the extensive introduction unpacks and clarifies terminology relating to the study of religion and popular music. The cross-disciplinary approach of the book makes it accessible and appealing to scholars of religious studies, cultural studies, popular music studies and theology. Unlike existing collections dealing with popular music and religion that focus on a specific genre, this innovative book offers a range of music and case studies, with chapters written by international contributors.

Exploring Ibero American Youth Cultures in the 21st Century

Research Transmissions from the Local and the Global; Punk, Fanzines and DIY Cultures in a Global World. Fast, Furious and Xerox (Palgrave, 2020); and Trans-Global Punk Scenes. The Punk Reader Volume 2. Paola Jirón is associate ...

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Author: Ricardo Campos

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030835415

Category: Social Science

Page: 350

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The authors collected here address youth street cultures in different cities from the Ibero-American world, bringing together contributions on Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Portugal, Spain, and beyond. This overseas approach bridging the European and American contexts is justified by the range of (complex) social, cultural and economic relationships that have shaped this transnational geographical space since the beginning of the colonial period. The chapters collected here focus on three key concepts—creativity, resistance and transgression—that form a threefold dispositive to locally and globally confront, contest and even fight against the hegemonic, punitive and oppressive powers (re)produced by (white, male) dominant classes of the city. The book ensures a high diversity of geographical and social/cultural research contexts by focusing on one, two or multiple spatial contexts (the public space, the street, the city) and, at the same time, by emphasizing the different economic, social, cultural, symbolic specificities of youth cultures (including gender, sexuality and race) in their particular urban contexts.

The Punk Reader

The first offering in Intellect’s new Global Punk series, The Punk Reader: Research Transmissions from the Local and the Global is the first edited volume to explore and critically interrogate punk culture in relation to contemporary, ...

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Author: Mike Dines

Publisher: Intellect Books

ISBN: 9781789381306

Category: Music

Page:

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Forty years after its inception, punk has gone global. The founding scenes in the United Kingdom and United States now have counterparts all around the world. Most, if not all, cities on the planet now have some variation of punk existing in their respective undergrounds, and long-standing scenes can be found in China, Japan, India, Africa, Southeast Asia and the Middle East. Each scene, rather than adopting traditional interpretations of the punk filter, reflects national, regional and local identities. The first offering in Intellect’s new Global Punk series, The Punk Reader: Research Transmissions from the Local and the Global is the first edited volume to explore and critically interrogate punk culture in relation to contemporary, radicalized globalization. Documenting disparate international punk scenes, including Mexico, China, Malaysia and Iran, The Punk Reader is a long-overdue addition to punk studies and a valuable resource for readers seeking to know more about the global influence of punk beyond the 1970s.

Global Punk

Just like the South African DIY punks organizing Obscenefest, they were creating alternative spaces for cultural ... these alternative underground spaces, their importance, and the political significance of what transpires within them.

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Author: Kevin Dunn

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781628926071

Category: Music

Page: 272

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Global Punk examines the global phenomenon of DIY (do-it-yourself) punk, arguing that it provides a powerful tool for political resistance and personal self-empowerment. Drawing examples from across the evolution of punk – from the streets of 1976 London to the alleys of contemporary Jakarta – Global Punk is both historically rich and global in scope. Looking beyond the music to explore DIY punk as a lived experience, Global Punk examines the ways in which punk contributes to the process of disalienation and political engagement. The book critically examines the impact that DIY punk has had on both individuals and communities, and offers chapter-length investigations of two important aspects of DIY punk culture: independent record labels and self-published zines. Grounded in scholarly theories, but written in a highly accessible style, Global Punk shows why DIY punk remains a vital cultural form for hundreds of thousands of people across the globe today.

Punk Now

The collection ruminates on contemporary and non-Anglophone punk, as well as its most anti-establishment tendencies.

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Author: Matt Grimes

Publisher: Intellect Books

ISBN: 9781789381764

Category: Music

Page: 230

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Punk Now!! brings together papers from the second incarnation of the Punk Scholars Network International Conference and Postgraduate Symposium, with contributions from revered academics and new voices alike in the field of punk studies. The collection ruminates on contemporary and non-Anglophone punk, as well as its most anti-establishment tendencies. It exposes not only modern punk, but also punk at the margins: areas that have previously been poorly served in studies on the cultural phenomenon. By compiling these chapters, Matt Grimes and Mike Dines offer a critical contribution to a field that has been saturated with nostalgic and retrospective research. The range and depth of these chapters encapsulates the diverse nature of the punk subculture – and the adjacent academic study of punk – today.