Wed, Mar 20 | Location is TBD

Music as Imaginary Countercommunity: The Emergence, Dispersal, and Dissolution of a Dissenting Musical Subculture'

ARCMedia Presents: Mark Sinker, 'Music as Imaginary Countercommunity: The Emergence, Dispersal, and Dissolution of a Dissenting Musical Subculture' Mark is former editor of The Wire magazine, and a former NME writer.
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Mar 20, 2019, 3:30 PM
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ARCMedia Presents: Mark Sinker, 'Music as Imaginary Countercommunity: The Emergence, Dispersal, and Dissolution of a Dissenting Musical Subculture'

Mark is former editor of The Wire magazine, and a former NME writer. He is the editor of a new book on music journalism, entitled A Hidden Landscape Once A Week: The Unruly Curiosity of the UK Music Press in the 1960s-80s, in the words of those who were there (Strange Attractor, 2019). The book includes contributions from Bob Stanley, Jon Savage, Charles Shaar Murray, Paul Morley, Paul Gilroy, Simon Frith and many others.

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