Producing pop: culture and conflict in the popular music industry. Responsibility: Keith Negus. Imprint: London ; New York: E. Arnold ; New York: Distributed in. Keith Negus – Producing Pop Identifies two distinct ways of thinking about potential artists from within the music industry. These ideologies. by. Keith Negus. · Rating details · 7 ratings · 0 reviews. Producing Pop provides a fascinating behind-the-scenes analysis of one of the world’s major.
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Music trade — United States. Drawing on extensive interviews and research within the industry, Keith Negus neguw how artists are discovered, how recordings and videos are produced, and how artists are promoted through radio, television, magazines, clubs and personal appearances.
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