The local scenes and global culture of psytrance

Bibliographic Details
Authors and Corporations: St. John, Graham (Editor)
Title: The local scenes and global culture of psytrance edited by Graham St. John
Work Part Title:Goa trance. Goa is a state of mind : on the ephemerality of psychedelic social emplacements: Luther Elliott ; The decline of electronic dance scenes : the case of psytrance in Goa
Global psytrance. Infinite noise spirals : the musical cosmopolitanism of psytrance: Hillegonda Rietveld ; Psychedelic trance music making in the UK : rhizomatic craftsmanship and the global market place
Liminal culture. Demencze : psychedelic madhouse in the Czech Republic: Botond Vitos ; Dionysus returns : contemporary Tuscan trancers and Euripides' The Bacchae
Edition:First issued in paperback
New York; London: Routledge, 2011
Physical Description:x, 259 Seiten; Illustrationen; 24 cm
Part of: Routledge studies in ethnomusicology ; 2
ISSN/ISBN: 0415876966
Summary:"This lively textual symposium offers a collection of formative research on the culture of global psytrance (psychedelic trance). As the first book to address the diverse transnationalism of this contemporary electronic dance music phenomenon, the collection hosts interdisciplinary research addressing psytrance as a product of intersecting local and global trajectories. Contributing to theories of globalization, postmodernism, counterculture, youth subcultures, neotribes, the carnivalesque, music scenes and technologies, dance ritural, and spirituality, chapters introduce psytrance in Goa, the UK, Israel, Japan, the US, Italy, the Czech Republic, Portugal, and Australia. As a global occurrence indebted to 1960's psychedelia, sharing music production technologies and DJ techniques with electronic dance music scenes, and harnessing the communication capabilities of the internet, psytrance and its cultural implications are thoroughly explored." ""This stimulating collection of essays by some of the key researchers in the field provides a genuinely insightful and engaging contribution to the study of psytrance, which students, tutors, and researchers will be turning to for many years to come. I warmly and enthusiastically welcome it."--Christopher Partridge, Lancaster University" "Graham St John is a Research Associate at the University of Queensland's Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies, and was recently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Interactive Media and Production at the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, and an SSRC Residential Fellow at the School for Advanced Research, Santa Fe, New Mexico"--Jacket
Type of Resource:Book
Source:Verbunddaten SWB
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index
Language: English