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Surf Pop: The New Wave

Carol Cooper, Village Voice, The, 17 September 1996

WAS ANY underground music more quickly and thoroughly mediated by outside forces than surf music? On the cusp of the ‘60s, California’s coastal teen subculture was still a-borning when major movie and record companies swooped down to claim their percentage.

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