Basscultureduk.com

Riley, M. 2017. Basscultureduk.com. Westminster School of Arts - DCDI.

TitleBasscultureduk.com
AuthorsRiley, M.
Abstract

The first online archive to record the historical contribution of Black British artists to broader UK culture. This media is split into the following segments, which speaks to the both the expanse and rigour of the evidence compiled: society (socio-political context), people (the artists), sounds (contextualizing the music within broader UK culture), culture (how the music inspired fashion, dance, language and more), business (historical industry contributions by those facilitating the artists), and preservation. All content is digitally archived across three locations, with one location being online.

KeywordsMusic
Reggae
Video
Photography
Interviews
Year2017
Web address (URL)http://basscultureduk.com
PublisherWestminster School of Arts - DCDI

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