rave culture


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rave culture

n (Mus) → Ravekultur f
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It defined acid house and became an icon for rave culture.
The rave culture rose massively in the 90s and early noughties and ravers from those generations are now starting families.
Mr Boyle takes his inspiration from a number of influences including club and rave culture, festivals, and 1970s interior design.
Rave culture had been sweeping up and down the UK but until this point they had been fairly rudimentary, disorganised affairs this side of the water.
With a mixture of '60s silhouettes, rave culture, and Harajuku references in a glittering, club-like setting, he provided the perfect canvas for the whimsical illustrations of Julie Verhoeven, which adorned pieces ranging from backpacks and shoulder bags to jackets and hoodies.
Shock and Awe joins and on some levels surpasses his other two massive genre studies, of 1990s techno/ rave culture (Energy Flash, 1998) and 1980s post-punk (Rip It Up and Start Again, 2005).
Creative director Guido Palau claimed the look was inspired by "certain types of cultures, like rave culture, club culture, acid house, Boy George and Marilyn".
There was a gaping hole between the Northern Soul scene and rave culture," says the impassioned producer.
It's not even as if I grew into trance during my college years -- I missed out on the whole rave culture (too busy buying silk shirts and living the life of an aspiring socialite).
It's set in the '90s rave culture using an iconic track of deep house music from that time, interspered with "Lazarus" from David Bowie's last album, which accompanies the dancers as their troubles revisit them during their night of escape.
It's set in the '90s rave culture using a track of deep house music from that time, interspersed with "Lazarus" from David Bowie's last album, which accompanies the dancers as their troubles revisit them during their night of escape.