DOI: 10.19195/0867-7441.25.29
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Abstract: The term Sequelism defines the strategy of creating the second and subsequent parts of a piece of art. The article is an attempt to apply this category to contemporary popular music. In releases from the 21st century there is a noticeable tendency to continue aesthetics taken from the nearest past. One of the musical manifestations of sequelism is hauntology, connected with the philosophic-al idea of Jacques Derrida. Firstly, it had been present in avant-garde trends, and then adapted to the mainstream in rece…

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