Scene in between USA : the sounds and styles of american indie, 1983-1989

A repertoire of musical and fashion treasures from American indie scene of the 1980s
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A pictorial history of 1980s alternative Americana featuring hundreds of previously unseen images of bands including: Faith, Rites of Spring, Dinosaur Jr, Embrace, Opal, Galaxie 500, Beat Happening, Sonic Youth, Scratch Acid, Pussy Galore and early Nirvana. Interviews by key band members make this an essential resource for any fashion or music enthusiast.

Starting in 1983 with the post-hardcore movement in Washington DC, Scene USA journeys coast to coast, covering everything from college rock to noise rock by way of the Paisley Underground, ending in 1989 with the nascent grunge scene in Seattle. A Scene In Between USA explores the musical and sartorial treasures of the American 1980s guitar-based indie scenes.

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English language

Sam Knee
21 x 17 cm
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