Prepare for the Techquake
Previous eras have experienced cultural and social ‘Youthquakes’, generation defining sounds and styles that burst out into the mainstream. In the Noughties the Youthquake was upgraded to a decade-long ‘Techquake’. As NME Editor Krissi Murison explains this explosion of digitally enabled creativity meant anyone could make their mark on our culture.
Available since: Tue 5 Jan 2010
- Sebastian Barfield
- Krissi Murison
- Mick Wall
- Julia Margo
This clip is from
1/3 A look at how, during the Noughties, an ageing Britain focused on recapturing its youth.
First broadcast: 05 Jan 2010
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