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Francisco Mattos (ed.), industrial culture Handbook

By Joshua Gunn

Abstract

An episode of the the U.S. Public Broadcasting Service documentary series P.O.V. titled ‘‘Baby, It’s You’’ (2 June, 1988) captures a glimmer of what is left of that early eighties music-art scene known as ‘‘industrial.’’ In the wake of a newscast detailing new information about the Columbine High School massacre in April, 1999 – a crime initially linked by the press to the ‘‘gothic’’ and «industrial» music consumed by the murderers – the narrator’s voice (Anne Makepeace) invited me to carry t..

Topics: underground / alternative, underground / alternative
Publisher: 'OpenEdition'
Year: 2006
DOI identifier: 10.4000/volume.2103
OAI identifier: oai:revues.org:volume/2103
Provided by: OpenEdition

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