Popular Music and Society, Volume 41, Issue 4, October 2018


This new issue contains the following articles:

Producing an Other Nation: Autogestión, Zapatismo, and Tradition in Home Studio Music-Making in Mexico City
Andrew Green

Global Imagination of K-Pop: Pop Music Fans’ Lived Experiences of Cultural Hybridity
Kyong Yoon

The Americanist Imagination and Real Imaginary Place in Czech Bluegrass Songs
Lee Bidgood

On the Production of Alternative Music Places: Im-materiality, Labor, and Meaning
Amanda L. Scherbenske

After Fame: A Micro-Ethnography of Popular Late Style
Willemien Froneman

“What Might Have Been Lost”: The Formation of Narrative Identity Among the Dutch Indie-folk Audience |
Niels van Poecke

Book Reviews

Played out on the strip: the rise and fall of Las Vegas casino bands
Samantha Whatley

Magical Musical Tour: Rock and Pop in Film Soundtracks
Thomas Grochowski

Early Blues: The First Stars of Blues Guitar
John Littlejohn

Kwaito’s promise: music and the aesthetics of freedom in South Africa
Alex Perullo

Audio Review

Monsters, Vampires, Voodoos and Spooks: 33 Slabs of Undead Rock “N” Roll
B. Lee Cooper

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