ANDREAS DIESEL, DIETER GERTEN (Authors) – Looking For Europe: The History Of Neofolk – BOOK – New Release. SKU: Category: Books . Looking for Europe has 40 ratings and 2 reviews. Alex said: Umfangreiche Bandgeschichten und Diskographien sind mit Sicherheit ein Pluspunkt, ebenso wie. Looking for Europe: The Neofolk Compendium, a Various Artists Compilation. Released 1 January on Auerbach (catalog no. AB ; CD). Genres.

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Aude Zimmermann rated it really liked it Jan 05, A majority of artists within the neofolk genre focus on archaic, cultural and literary references. At this stage in the game, neofoli to speak, it’s not false modesty to say that I am content with my influence. This has led to some forefathers of the genre and current artists within the genre attributing it to being an aspect of a broader neopagan revival.

Looking for Europe: The History of Neofolk by Andreas Diesel

Ulver rated it really liked it Jan 20, One milieu to develop out of Punk was the scene that later became known as either apocalyptic folk, postindustrial, or later neo-folk. Laura rated it it was amazing Jul 02, Aesthetically, references to this subject occur within band names, album artwork, clothing and various other means of artistic expression.

The music underground’s best-kept secret? I feel very pleased that I am a part of that process and that I nneofolk had influence. Joe rated it really liked it Jul 16, Is this right-wing populism or the cultural vision of a truly diverse Europe?


By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. A few of the bands even wear Nazi-like uniforms. It’s always nice to read someone else praising Coil, Current 93 and Death In June to the stars though.

Local traditions and indigenous beliefs tend to be portrayed heavily as well as esoteric and historical topics. Trivia About Looking for Europ Robert rated it liked it Jan 02, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This page was last edited on 14 Septemberat Looking For Europe is a great book on an underexplored subject. Paperbackpages. On one hand commenting on this once or twice and then leaving it go would’ve been the best lookking of avoiding accusations of protesting slightly too much that none of these acts are Nazis.

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Some of the bands express Eurocentric worldviews. Indeed, no other co The music underground’s best-kept secret? Want to Read Currently Reading Read. All relevant Neofolk bands are portrayed in exclusive chapters featuring interviews and photos.

Views Read Edit View history. Recordatio rated it it was amazing Jan 03, For many years now, Neofolk has been surrounded by controversies. The term “neofolk” originates from esoteric music circles who started using the term in the late 20th century to describe music influenced by musicians such as Douglas Pearce Death In JuneTony Wakeford Sol Invictus and David Tibet Current Jonathan Neumann rated it liked it Oct 18, Archived from the original on January 19, Christopher rated it really liked it Dec 10, Exploring the Networked Worlds of Popular Music.


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Lists with This Book. Konchog rated it it was ok Mar 17, The spectrum ranges from fragile folk to noisy Industrial, from right-wing anarchists to modern counter-cultural subversions, and from queer fetishism to artistic explorations of obscure ideologies. Todd rated it really liked it Feb 10, Alternative metal Alternative rock Rivethead List of industrial music bands List of industrial music festivals.

Infobox music genre with invalid colour combination All articles with lookung statements Articles with unsourced statements from November As a descriptor, apocalyptic folk predates neofolk and was used by David Tibet to describe the music of his band Current 93 during a period in the late s and early s.

Indeed, no other contemporary music raises so many questions about the freedom of speech and artistic expression.

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