Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/130730
Type of publication: bachelor thesis
Field of Science: Muzika / Music (C001)
Author(s): Vyšniauskas, Edvardas
Title: Industrial muzikos kultūra ir jos komunikacija Lietuvoje
Other Title: The culture of industrial music in Lithuania and its communication
Extent: 50 p.
Date: 7-Jun-2021
Keywords: Komunikacija;Industrial music;Muzika;Muzikos kultūra;Communication;Music culture
Abstract: Lietuvos Industrial muzikos kultūra gyvuoja nuo praeito amžiaus devinto dešimtmečio pirmos pusės. Judėjimas sąlyginai aktyvus ir šiandien, nors to bylojančios literatūros mažoka. Įsikūrusi giliai pogrindyje, be didesnio viešinimo, uždaruose renginiuose ir festivaliuose, kultūra pasiekiama tik labiau tuo besidomintiems. Tokios muzikos koncertai nerodomi per televiziją, apie tai nerašo populiarieji laikraščiai. Lietuvos industrial kultūros scena yra verta dėmesio ne tik dėl to, kad šioje šalyje bėgant metams kūrėsi meninės vertės turinčių ir iškilių bei unikalių muzikinių projektų, bet ir dėl juos kuriančių itin įdomių ir spalvingų asmenybių. Šiame darbe apžvelgiama kultūros ir subkultūros sąvokos, industrial judėjimo pradžia pasaulyje bei Lietuvoje, nagrinėjama industrial scenos komunikacija pasauliniu ir Lietuvos mąstu, pristatomos pagrindinės lietuviškos leidyklos, jų organizuojami renginiai, svarbiausi projektai bei žinomiausi kūrėjai ir analizuojama, kaip keitėsi šios scenos Lietuvoje komunikacija nuo jų susikūrimo iki pat šių dienų ir nagrinėjamas fenomenas, kodėl tokia įdomi ir įvairialypė scena užsienyje yra beveik nežinoma bei pateikiamos rekomendacijos, kaip šią situaciją būtų galima pakeisti. Atliekant šį tyrimą, pasitelkta kokybiniu tyrimu (interviu), stebėjimo tyrimo metodais. /// Lithuanian industrial music culture exists since first half of ninties. This movement is active even today, despite the fact that there is no scientific literature about that. This culture can be found in deep underground, it has no big publicity, its events aren't commercialy successful and it is known only for those who dare to search deeper. You won't see concerts of industrial music on TV, you won't read about it in popular news papers. Lithuania's industrial scene is worth attention not only because of many interesting and unique musical projects but also because of people who run these projects. In this paper the origin of industrial culture in the world and in the Lithuania will be reviewed, the most important projects will be listed with brief history of each, also here will be listed Lithuania's industrial music labels and most important events and festivals where industrial music can be heard. The most imporant thing in this paper is a scientific review of communication of industrial music culture in Lithuania from its beginning in ninties till this day. Also, here will be examined the phenomenon that Lithuania's industrial scene projects aren't well known abroad and why this happened and how it could be changed. Making this research interview and monitoring methods were used.
Lithuanian industrial music culture exists since first half of ninties. This movement is active even today, despite the fact that there is no scientific literature about that. This culture can be found in deep underground, it has no big publicity, its events aren't commercially successful and it is known only for those who dare to search deeper. You won't see concerts of industrial music on TV, you won't read about it in popular news papers. Lithuania's industrial scene is worth attention not only because of many interesting and unique musical projects but also because of people who run these projects. In this paper the origin of industrial culture in the world and in the Lithuania will be reviewed, the most important projects will be listed with brief history of each, also here will be listed Lithuania's industrial music labels and most important events and festivals where industrial music can be heard. The most important thing in this paper is a scientific review of communication of industrial music culture in Lithuania from its beginning in ninties till this day. Also, here will be examined the phenomenon that Lithuania's industrial scene projects aren't well known abroad and why this happened and how it could be changed. Making this research interview and monitoring methods were used.
Internet: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/130730
Affiliation(s): Menų fakultetas
Teatrologijos katedra
Appears in Collections:2021 m. (MF bak.)

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