Dark culture

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The term dark culture (German Schwarze Szene, Portuguese cultura obscura, Spanish escena oscura), also called dark alternative scene, is an umbrella term, used to describe a summary of parts of several subcultures.[1] In this context the "culture" is not to be understood as closed subculture, but as social environment, a milieu, which comprises people with similar interests and preferences (e.g. dark music[disambiguation needed]).[2] Dark culture includes:


  1. ^ Arvid Dittmann · Artificial Tribes · Page 147 · 2001 · ISBN 3-933773-11-3
  2. ^ Peter Matzke / Tobias Seeliger · Gothic! · Page 15 · 2000 · ISBN 3-89602-332-2