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Ryo Isobe and Kowloon Joe.
This is a series of interviews between two popular writers who have closely observed the underground culture that drives the times, describing music and the customs surrounding it from their own first-hand experience, as they consider the next 10 years of music.
In what places will music be heard in the 2010s, and how does it relate to politics and society?
A story about music that can bring hope to where we are now, even while surrounded by information overload.

●It's like a workbook - packed with hints to get you thinking!
The music scene is a place where a huge amount of music and news comes and goes every day. However, even if there are a lot of topics, the problems are vaguely buried in them. From the richness of small scenes and communities, to the current state of indie music in neighboring Korea, the movement surrounding the Entertainment Business Act and nuclear power, and even a consideration of Tokyo and cities through a reevaluation of city pop, this book contains four dialogues that add color to invisible questions, centered on various "sites" including the Internet. The current state of music culture will make you want to think more and more.

Release date: April 25, 2014

http://www.ele-king.net/books/004640/

"A Morning After Partying: A Dialogue on Indie Music in the 2010s" by Ryo Isobe and Joe Kowloon

Release : 2014-04-25

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Description

Ryo Isobe and Kowloon Joe.
This is a series of interviews between two popular writers who have closely observed the underground culture that drives the times, describing music and the customs surrounding it from their own first-hand experience, as they consider the next 10 years of music.
In what places will music be heard in the 2010s, and how does it relate to politics and society?
A story about music that can bring hope to where we are now, even while surrounded by information overload.

●It's like a workbook - packed with hints to get you thinking!
The music scene is a place where a huge amount of music and news comes and goes every day. However, even if there are a lot of topics, the problems are vaguely buried in them. From the richness of small scenes and communities, to the current state of indie music in neighboring Korea, the movement surrounding the Entertainment Business Act and nuclear power, and even a consideration of Tokyo and cities through a reevaluation of city pop, this book contains four dialogues that add color to invisible questions, centered on various "sites" including the Internet. The current state of music culture will make you want to think more and more.

Release date: April 25, 2014

http://www.ele-king.net/books/004640/

"A Morning After Partying: A Dialogue on Indie Music in the 2010s" by Ryo Isobe and Joe Kowloon
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