- A subculture is usually in relation to music and arts
- They come and go, usually inhabited by youth, gives young people a place to belong
- Make a statements on currunt realities
- Death of a subculture is when it becomes mainstream
- Come from punk
- Punk was prominate subsulture during it creation
- Peter Murphy and Suzi Sue very influential musicians to the subculture
- Bela Lugosis dead- Bauhus
- Same morals and ideals as Punk (rejecting mainstream)
- Dark and morbid attitude
- Mainly wear black, everything is black, associated with death and evil, small amounts of red worn, associated with blood,
- Fashion adapted from punk
- Marlyn Manson look- weird makeup and morid look
- Minority of youth who felt they didn't belong
- Stands for emotional rock, a music genre mixed between rock and indie
- Fashion: skinney leg (in black) and band T-shirts, strips, skulld, hearts and bows are popular motifs
- Popular for the boys to wear make-up, styled hair and very tight clothes - the tighter the better (many boys wear girl clothing to achieve a tighter look)
- Emo is very myspace oriented
- linked to suicide and a dark appathetic veiw of life
- sexual experiemental is popualr and encouraged espeacially bisexuality
- new subculture mix between Emo and pop culture
- Music: Hardcore, punk, emo and metal
- alturnative look
- Asethetics very important
- Popular band I killed the prom queen
- Kiki Kanibal influentail scene kid
- Tatoos, body modifications
- organised crews - like gangsters
- really tight skinney legs
- teased hair lots of colours, artificial colours
- colour motifs and symbols
- dark thoughts - goths
- vein look, leppord print, tacky accessories
- different from emo because its all about the look not the emotions
- A rave or rave party = danceparty
- Fast-paced electronic music and light shows
- Music electronica, trance, happy hardcore and techno
- subculturethat grew out of the acid housemovement
- Large used of amphetamines
- bright clothing
- outrageous fashions
- ultraviolet and fluroscent clothing
- raver candy: bulky, bright, plastic beads
- Primarily in the Uk
- mix between raver and goth
- wear mainly black witrh hints of neon colours or chrome.
- Clothing made of reflective materials and PVC, and huge platform boots.
- Hair extensions in bright colors and multiple piercings
- Goggles, gas masks and shiny PVC doctors' masks
- 1970 David bowie very influential to the look
- Sciencefiction inspired
- androgyny is common
- artificial look
- hair extensions made of fluorescent tubing and electrical wiring.
- tight black pants, tight black vests or shirts cut from ripped, solid or fishnet fabrics, simular to goths
- listens to trance
- Popular bank VNV Nation from the UK
- Name used by Western media to describe teenagers dressed in a fashion style who are in the area of Harajuku
- 4 main subcultures in which the look is combined to create harajuku
- One style Kawaii a popular phrase that meant something was cute or pretty.
- A form of resistance in that the style and culture associated with it were not seen as attractive by an older generation.
- This idea of Kawaii was a distinct youth culture separate from the traditional one in existence.
- Neon and metallic colors.
- Lolita inpsired from Victorian era
- princess fashions and goths fashions
- Harajuku is more of a fashion than a statement.
- Punk side =dark colors, plaid, chains, and zippers.
- Punk style is also one of the more gender-neutral fashions in Harajuku.
- Cosplay =costume-based style.
- Cosplay followersdress as a fictional or iconic character from a band, movie, or manga
- Ura Hara mainly for boys interested in hip hip, graffiti
- Ura hara is more hidden