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Electronic Music: New York City 1995

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Electronic Music: New York City 1995

22.00

28 pages; Limited to an edition of 150, published by Cafe' Royal Press. Out of Print, a few copies are still available. Signed.

BOOK EXCERPT: “The mid-'90s saw a significant shift in the social behavior of NYC after dark. This was, for all intents and purposes, really the last pre-internet, pre-cellphone era. The last time when, if you were meeting a friend at night, you had to plan it out in advance, because "Where are you?" wasn't yet a textable thing. It was the last time you could get lost in the city without a map app. It was the last time you had to be in the moment, without that tick of false self-assurance created by constantly checking your phone to see what everyone in the 'world' was up to. You talked to strangers more. You would see friends on a weekly basis and knew only their first name - and nothing more."

"Electronic Music: New York City 1995" is in the library of the Museum of Modern Art as well as the library of Martin Parr.

EUROPEAN/OVERSEAS Shipment: send me an email directly and I will calculate the shipping for you!

 

 

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28 pages; Limited to an edition of 150, published by Cafe' Royal Press. Out of Print, a few copies are still available. Signed.

BOOK EXCERPT: “The mid-'90s saw a significant shift in the social behavior of NYC after dark. This was, for all intents and purposes, really the last pre-internet, pre-cellphone era. The last time when, if you were meeting a friend at night, you had to plan it out in advance, because "Where are you?" wasn't yet a textable thing. It was the last time you could get lost in the city without a map app. It was the last time you had to be in the moment, without that tick of false self-assurance created by constantly checking your phone to see what everyone in the 'world' was up to. You talked to strangers more. You would see friends on a weekly basis and knew only their first name - and nothing more."

"Electronic Music: New York City 1995" is in the library of the Museum of Modern Art as well as the library of Martin Parr.

EUROPEAN/OVERSEAS Shipment: send me an email directly and I will calculate the shipping for you!