Tag Archives: Punk

Exploring the emergence of underground musical worlds, a talk by Nick Crossley

Nick Crossley at Manchester has done some really revealing work into music scenes over recent years. He has used social network analysis to look at how scenes form and operate. Although he thinks of these as ‘worlds’ rather than scenes. … Continue reading


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Punk in the 90s

Berfrois have just published a piece by Jesse Miksic on punk in the 90s. It’s an autobiographical account of how punk music survived and evolved through the 1990s. The argument being that accounts of the end of punk in the … Continue reading

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Punks and hippies

Another article here on punk. This time on its historical origins and relations to the hippy movement. It seems that they might not have been all that different, although from what I’ve heard the music was.

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Punk around the world

Here is an article about the emergence of different national forms of punk music. In particular it tracks the use of punk as a form of resistance to various forms of oppression. It notes the way punk has become part … Continue reading

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