There’s a new, growing youth demo that’s adopting a different sort of gaming culture into their so-called virtual lifestyles, changing up the landscape of the industry itself and introducing new crossover opps for non-endemic brands.
Jimmy Page and Jack White at Premiere of”It Might Get Loud” Documentary by Davis Guggenheim at LA Film Fest Talk About the Impact of the Guitar in Music and Defining Their Voice
The highly-anticipated documentary on the history of the guitar featuring 3 generations of legends, Jimmy Page, Jack White, and The Edge draw star-studded crowd for must-see new movie sure to impact audiences globally.
E3 Expo Reveals New Energy for Video Gaming Industry, New Releases, and Star-Power Including the Beatles, Tony Hawk, Steven Spielberg, and More
This is one genre of entertainment that’s still going strong. Here’s the Label Networks report from the show.
Imprint Culture Lab Sponsored by Bread & Butter Brings Out the”Cult” in Pop Culture
With topics ranging from the Cult of Gaming, Cult of Transportation, Cult of Fashion Collaboration, and Cult of Crafts, this was a must-attend event for anyone working in the industries of pop (cult)ure. Part 1.
Miyavi’s Japanese Visual Kei Kabuki Rock Catapults Growing Subculture of Japanese Music Fashion Mash-ups Influencing New Youth Markets Across North South America, France, the UK
Ever-alert to the taxonomy of the risible, those of us at Label Networks absolutely love it when we discover the climate change of a new trend. This is clearly the case in the wake of Miyavi, a self-described “visual kei rocker” that is changing up even this concept of original Japanese visual kei J-rock bands into, as Miyavi describes it, “my own sense of visual kei, which is influenced from Japan, kabuki, but many cultures into its own show, sound, fashion.”