Diasporic Music in Transition: Turkish Immigrant Performers on the Stage of “Multikulti” Berlin

@article{Gney2014DiasporicMI,
  title={Diasporic Music in Transition: Turkish Immigrant Performers on the Stage of “Multikulti” Berlin},
  author={Serhat G{\"u}ney and Cem Pekman and B{\"u}lent Kabaş},
  journal={Popular Music and Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={37},
  pages={132 - 151}
}
This article examines the dynamics of music production by German-Turkish youth in Berlin. Taking into consideration the changes that globalism has wrought on the conditions and form of migration, the study investigates how interaction between cultures is transforming the ways in which new generations of Turkish immigrants produce music. It identifies the emergence of Turkish youth within Berlin's multicultural music scene, especially in the 2000s, and documents the rise of electronic and rock… 
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