Nor-tec Rifa! : Electronic Dance Music from Tijuana to the World: Electronic Dance Music from Tijuana to the World
Oxford University Press, feb. 20, 2008 - 272 páginas
At the dawn of the twenty-first century, the Nor-tec phenomenon emerged from the border city of Tijuana and through the Internet, quickly conquered a global audience. Marketed as a kind of "ethnic" electronic dance music, Nor-tec samples sounds of traditional music from the north of Mexico, and transforms them through computer technology used in European and American techno music and electronica. Tijuana has media links to both Mexico and the United States, with peoples, currencies, and cultural goods--perhaps especially music--from both sides circulating intensely within the city. Older residents and their more mobile, cosmopolitan-minded children thus engage in a constant struggle with identity and nationality, appropriation and authenticity. Nor-tec music in its very composition encapsulates this city's struggle, resonating with issues felt on the global level, while holding vastly different meanings to the variety of communities that embrace it. With an impressive hybrid of musicology, ethnomusicology, cultural and performance studies, urbanism, and border studies, Nor-tec Rifa! offers compelling insights into the cultural production of Nor-tec as it stems from nortena, banda, and grupera traditions. The book is also among the first to offer detailed accounts of Nor-tec music's composition process.
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Nortec and the Borders
Origins Revisited Myth and Discourse in the Nortec Collective
Tradition Style Nostalgia and Kitsch
Getting the Word Around
Wheres the Donkey Show Mr Mariachi? Reterritorializing TJ
Producers DJs VJs Fans and the Performance of Nortec
aesthetic American articulated authenticity banda music bands bass line body Bostich Cha3 clubs collective’s cosmopolitanism cultural culturosos cumbia dance floor dance music dancing fans dancing style discourses DJ Tolo electronic music electronica ethnic event Frontera Fussible Fussible’s genres global grupero Hiperboreal Hiperboreal’s hybrid identity images individuals Infierno Jai Alai Jorge Jorge Ruiz José kitsch label Latino live loops mainstream Mañón marketing Melo Mexican Mexico City Mil Records Mogt’s music scene música musical styles musicians myth negotiation Nor-tec Nor-tec fans Nor-tec music Nor-tec scene Nor-tec tracks Nortec City Nortec Collective norteña norteña music œ œ œ ofthe Palm Pictures Panóptica party Pepe Mogt performance personal interview Plankton play production Pulgas re-signification remixes reterritorialization rhythmic samples sinaloense Slavoj Žižek social sonic sounds strategy synthesizer tarola techno Tercera Nación Terrestre Tijuana Sessions tijuanenses tion tradition transnational U.S.–Mexico border underground urban