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Babbling corpse

Grafton Tanner

Babbling corpse

vaporwave and the commodification of ghosts

by Grafton Tanner

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Published by Zero Books in Winchester, UK, Washington, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Capitalism and mass media,
  • Social aspects,
  • Analysis, appreciation,
  • Popular culture,
  • History and criticism,
  • Ambient music,
  • Music and the Internet,
  • Popular music,
  • Internet,
  • Production and direction

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (pages 82-83) and discography (page 84).

    StatementGrafton Tanner
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMT146 .T36 2016
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 84 pages
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27219231M
    ISBN 101782797599
    ISBN 109781782797593
    OCLC/WorldCa938394744

    Get this from a library! Babbling corpse: vaporwave and the commodification of ghosts. [Grafton Tanner] -- In the age of global capitalism, vaporwave celebrates and undermines the electronic ghosts haunting the nostalgia industry. Perhapps for humans, we fear not the mechanization and loss of control so much as the fear of becoming Frankenstein's monster - a babbling corpse, hollow yet able to run amok with machinelike skill. It has to do with sort of being conscious but made into a sort of sputtering robot by technology.

    In his essential new book, Grafton Tanner, author of Babbling Corpse: Vaporwave and the Commodification of Ghosts, argues that our nostalgia today is partly a consequence of the attention economy. At a time when historical literacy is crucial, and old prejudices are percolating into the present, Big Tech’s predictive algorithms are locking us.   Babbling Corpse reveals vaporwave's many intersections with politics, media theory, and our present fascination with uncanny, co(s)mic horror. The book is aimed at those interested in global capitalism's effect on art, musical raids on mainstream indie and popular music, and anyone intrigued by the changing relationship between art and : Grafton Tanner.

    Babbling Corpse: Vaporwave and the Commodification of Ghosts by Grafton Tanner for sale on Trade Me, New Zealand's #1 auction and classifieds website Satellite sites Trade Me. Photo by McKel Terry. Grafton Tanner is a writer and musician from Athens, Georgia. His book, Babbling Corpse: Vaporwave and the Commodification of Ghosts, was published by Zer0 Books in His writing has appeared in The Nation, the Los Angeles Review of Books, We Are The Mutants, and other places. He writes and performs music with his band Superpuppet.


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The book is aimed at those interested in global capitalism's effect on art, musical raids on mainstream "indie" and popular music, and anyone intrigued by the changing relationship between art and commerce.

Babbling Corpse reveals vaporwave's many intersections with politics, media theory, and our present fascination with uncanny, co(s)mic horror. The book is aimed at those interested in global capitalism's effect on art, musical raids on mainstream "indie" and popular music, and anyone intrigued by the changing relationship between art and commerce.5/5(1).

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The book is aimed at those interested in global capitalism's effect on art, musical raids on mainstream "indie" and popular music, and anyone intrigued by the changing relationship between art and commerce/5. Babbling Corpse reveals vaporwave's many intersections with politics, media theory, and our present fascination with uncanny, co(s)mic horror.

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As with many books from this publisher, Babbling Corpse is a scant yet informative read. Tanner's argument is clearly outlined and his writing engaging, although I do feel too much of the academic and cultural source material was a rehash of other books - no new developments in thinking (this may in part have been because I had just finished re-reading a book he quotes from extensively /5(31).

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