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##Amplified Youth is a book about being young and crazy for rock'n'roll and the ritual of a concert, capturing the spirit of the celebration of sound, sweat and raw energy through a collection of rigorous black and white photographs. #Angelo Sindaco, a contributing photographer to Vice magazine, has been taking backstage pictures and live video footage at clubs since the 1990s. His photographs can also bee seen in Skinstreet, the Skinhead way of LIfe and Check This Out Photographic Book on Basketball as Never Seen Before both published by Drago.

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Angelo Sindaco, a contributing photographer to Vice magazine, has been taking backstage pictures and live video footage at clubs since the 1990s. Ten years later, he is sitting on an unparalleled recent history of the indie rock scene, a virtual night out like no other. This is a book about the new rock-and-roll fever. This is a book about being young, and crazy for music, and for the moment's brightest stars. This is a book about the ritual of a rock concert, and it captures that spirit of celebration--its sound, sweat and raw energy--in conversely rigorous black-and-white. Backstage, in live performances, in portraits of the bands and their audiences, Sindaco catches the credibility and attitude of the new generation of stars in the genre that won't quit, showcasing underground legends including the Editors, Art Brut, Maximo Park, Animal Collective, The Cribs, Cazals and Baby Shambles from a stunningly intimate point of view. These are our youth culture's new pagan gods, and if you can't be there at the altar, Sindaco brings them to your doorstep. With a preface by Alan McGee, founder of the Creation and Poptones labels and the former manager of Oasis and the Libertines, and with text by Christian Zingales, the Editor-in-Chief of Blow Up magazine. Rock lives. Display copy available.

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This is a book about the new rock-and-roll fever, about being young, and crazy for music, and for the moment's brightest stars. This is a book about the ritual of a rock concert, and it captures that spirit of celebration--its sound, sweat and raw energy--in conversely rigorous black-and-white. Backstage, in live performances, in portraits of the bands and their audiences, Sindaco catches the credibility and attitude of the new generation of stars in the genre that won't quit, showcasing underground legends including the Editors, Art Brut, Maximo Park, Animal Collective, The Cribs, Cazals and Babyshambles from a stunningly intimate point of view. These are our youth culture's new pagan gods, and if you can't be there at the altar, Sindaco brings them to your doorstep. Preface by Alan McGee, founder of the Creation and Poptones labels and the former manager of Oasis and the Libertines text by Christian Zingales, the Editor-in-Chief of Blow Up

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Introduction by Alan McGee. Text by Federico Chiara, Massimo Torregiani, Christian Zingales.

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ISBN:
9788888493299
Author:
Sindaco, Angelo
Publisher:
Drago Arts & Communication
Introduction by:
McGee, Alan
Introduction:
McGee, Alan
Subject:
General
Subject:
Subjects & Themes - General
Subject:
Photojournalism
Subject:
Music - General
Copyright:
Publication Date:
20070131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
150
Dimensions:
11.20x9.74x.84 in. 2.31 lbs.

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Arts and Entertainment » Music » General
Arts and Entertainment » Music » Genres and Styles » Latin
Arts and Entertainment » Music » Genres and Styles » Rock » History
Arts and Entertainment » Music » Genres and Styles » Rock » Reference and Criticism
Arts and Entertainment » Photography » General
Arts and Entertainment » Photography » Photographers
Arts and Entertainment » Photography » Photojournalism

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"Synopsis" by , Angelo Sindaco, a contributing photographer to Vice magazine, has been taking backstage pictures and live video footage at clubs since the 1990s. Ten years later, he is sitting on an unparalleled recent history of the indie rock scene, a virtual night out like no other. This is a book about the new rock-and-roll fever. This is a book about being young, and crazy for music, and for the moment's brightest stars. This is a book about the ritual of a rock concert, and it captures that spirit of celebration--its sound, sweat and raw energy--in conversely rigorous black-and-white. Backstage, in live performances, in portraits of the bands and their audiences, Sindaco catches the credibility and attitude of the new generation of stars in the genre that won't quit, showcasing underground legends including the Editors, Art Brut, Maximo Park, Animal Collective, The Cribs, Cazals and Baby Shambles from a stunningly intimate point of view. These are our youth culture's new pagan gods, and if you can't be there at the altar, Sindaco brings them to your doorstep. With a preface by Alan McGee, founder of the Creation and Poptones labels and the former manager of Oasis and the Libertines, and with text by Christian Zingales, the Editor-in-Chief of Blow Up magazine. Rock lives. Display copy available.
"Synopsis" by , This is a book about the new rock-and-roll fever, about being young, and crazy for music, and for the moment's brightest stars. This is a book about the ritual of a rock concert, and it captures that spirit of celebration--its sound, sweat and raw energy--in conversely rigorous black-and-white. Backstage, in live performances, in portraits of the bands and their audiences, Sindaco catches the credibility and attitude of the new generation of stars in the genre that won't quit, showcasing underground legends including the Editors, Art Brut, Maximo Park, Animal Collective, The Cribs, Cazals and Babyshambles from a stunningly intimate point of view. These are our youth culture's new pagan gods, and if you can't be there at the altar, Sindaco brings them to your doorstep. Preface by Alan McGee, founder of the Creation and Poptones labels and the former manager of Oasis and the Libertines text by Christian Zingales, the Editor-in-Chief of Blow Up
"Synopsis" by , Introduction by Alan McGee. Text by Federico Chiara, Massimo Torregiani, Christian Zingales.
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