Martin Roberts teaches courses on global digital media at Dartmouth College and Emerson College, USA. His research focuses on subcultural identities and practices in an age of globalization. His publications include essays on global documentary film, world music, and the J-pop genre Shibuya-kei. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
...In Tokyo in the early 1990s, an indie band called Flipper’s Guitar was at the forefront of a new wave in Japanese popular music known as Shibuya-kei. The band’s founder, Keigo Oyamada, would go on to produce, under the name Cornelius...
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