Economic interactions
Capitalism, industry and the mainstream
in Connecting sounds
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This chapter argues that musical interaction is often also economic interaction, involving interdependence and power. It elaborates upon these ideas, discussing both the music industry and the interplay of music and capitalism in doing so. It concludes with a discussion of the distinction between mainstream and alternative music.

Connecting sounds

The social life of music

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