Vice, “a political history of pop music,” June 3, 2015

a political history of pop music
by Scott Oliver, Vice, June 3, 2015

And it’s the social dimension of the music – its role as a rallying point or focus for cultural participation and action – that informs the chapter on the Teknival Scene, the anarcho-crusties and “militant psychedelic sound systems” who, in the wake of the epochal Castlemorton Rave and subsequent Criminal Justice Act clampdown, left for the continent to build an alternative, nomadic lifestyle.

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