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Vaporwave : a dystopian musical codex

Author: Ekko Iruka
Publisher: [Raleigh, NC] : Lulu.com, [2015] ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Although there is much diversity and ambiguity in its attitude and message, Vaporwave sometimes serves as both a critique and a parody of consumerist society, '80s yuppie culture, and new-age music, while sonically and aesthetically showcasing a curious nostalgic fascination with their artifacts."--from publisher's website
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Genre/Form: Glossaries, vocabularies, etc
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ekko Iruka
ISBN: 9781329386266 1329386264
OCLC Number: 946943004
Notes: Title from cover.
Description: vii, 147 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Vaporwave --
Related genres --
Formative artists --
Noteworthy albums --
Related concepts --
Text and image sources, contributors, and licenses.
Other Titles: Vapor wave
Responsibility: Ekko Iruka.

Abstract:

"Although there is much diversity and ambiguity in its attitude and message, Vaporwave sometimes serves as both a critique and a parody of consumerist society, '80s yuppie culture, and new-age music, while sonically and aesthetically showcasing a curious nostalgic fascination with their artifacts."--from publisher's website
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Literally copy-pasted Wikipedia

by dlucadou (WorldCat user published 2017-07-26) Poor Permalink

This book is literally copied and pasted verbatim from Wikipedia. They didn't even bother removing disambiguation page notes or [citation needed]s. It's all Wikipedia (I checked all the sources, and they are all Wikipedia links).

It's not worth the pages it is printed on, I feel sorry for the...
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