Cassette Culture - John Z. Komurki (Hardcover)

The Past and Present of a Musical Icon

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9783716518489
Department
Books
Released
20 Aug 2019
Supply Source
USA

Book

Authors
John Z. Komurki
John Z. Komurki (Text By)
Luca Bendandi
Binding
Hardback
Publisher
Benteli Verlag
Language
English
Number of Pages
160

Annotation

Addressing the past, present and future of the “Compact Cassette” as an icon of pop culture, an ultimate guide to the “tapenaissance” shows how tapes have become increasingly prominent in cinema, advertising and the music industry. Illustrations.

Summary

The ultimatie guide to the „tapenaissance“, covering every aspect of the movement.

Classification

General Subject
Music
BISAC Subject 1
Music / History & Criticism
BIC Classification 1
Popular culture
Library Subject 1
Audiocassettes
Library Subject 2
Audiocassettes - Social aspects
Library Subject 3
Audiocassettes - History
Dewey Classification
621.38932

Author Bio

John Z. Komurki, currently living in Berlin, writes about analog technology and print cultures. His books have been published in several languages. He was founding editor of Mexico City Lit, and editor of the Berlin Quarterly. Current projects include the history of the mimeograph and the study of contemporary print practices.