The echoing corridor: Music in the postmodern East End

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1995 Number 1

The echoing corridor: Music in the postmodern East End
Andrew Blake, pages 175-192

Abstract

Andrew Blake argues that one can ‘read’ a geographical region through its popular music. The place in question is East End London, and its music reveals a vibrant and creative intermixture of ethnic subcultures.

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Andrew Blake (1995) The echoing corridor: Music in the postmodern East End, Soundings, 1995(1), 175-192

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