Lorde: a mole in the mainstream?

@article{Mitchell2017LordeAM,
  title={Lorde: a mole in the mainstream?},
  author={T. Mitchell},
  journal={Celebrity Studies},
  year={2017},
  volume={8},
  pages={51 - 70}
}
ABSTRACT In her essay ‘Mainstream as Metaphor: Imagining Dominant Culture’, Alison Huber lists some of the values often assigned to mainstream pop music in Dick Hebdige’s Subculture: The Meaning of Style, and other sources, both ‘popularly and academically’ – ‘banal, homogeneous, unsophisticated, undiscerning, uncultured, low, inauthentic, fake, commercial, conservative, conformist or just plain stupid’ – before going on to defend it. Pop ‘mainstreamness’, she asserts, is also now achieved… Expand
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