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From the Publisher"Looking at the music scene in Bristol, England, Webb considers both genres (such as neo-folk, trip-hop, and hip-hop) and the influence of the recording industry in order to illustrate how geography, genre, globalization, and economies influence individuals and subculures involved in the creation of popular music...Recommended." — B.A. Hunter, Univeristy of Idaho, Choice
"Many years of immersion in the challenging and idiosyncratic music scene of Bristol, UK have enabled Peter Webb to turn his empirical knowledge to theoretical ends: joining in the project to rethink the perennially thorny topic of subculture."
— Catherine Baker, University of Southampton, UK, Journal Popular Music, January 2009
"Peter Webb's concept of milieu cultures provides one of the most sophisticated attempts to situate popular music." — Keith Kahn-Harris, University of London, Popular Music and Society