ClubbersA clubber is one who dances or raves, also known as a raver, partiestotechno, electronic, electronica, or the like. However, there aredifferent types of clubs. Thereare goth clubs, rock clubs, underground clubs, etc.A clubber also visits many clubs, or goes club hopping, hence the phraseclubber. Clubbers are usually not made fun of, and have their owncommunity, and are quiet to other groups of people. They sometimeshave spontaneous attitudes, and when made friends with, can be fun toparty and hang out with.
ClubbersStyleClubbers usuallydress eitherdistinctly (brightcolors, strangeclothes, much likea raver, or skimpy,short skirts, tightclothing. Again,wardrobe dependson the type of clubyou attend.
ClubbersSocial SceneThe Social Sceneof the Clubbersif majorly theirpeer groups withwhom they hangout and party allnight long.
RahsRah is a pejorative term referring to a stereotypical affluentyoung upper class or upper-middle class person (male or female) in theUnited Kingdom. The characteristics of a rah are similar to those ofthe Sloane Ranger stereotype also recognised in the UK. Although arah is generally younger, typically around university age (18–25). Animportant feature of the rah stereotype is the enjoyment of anaffluent/party lifestyle with excessive financial assistance from theirparents.
Rahs StyleBoys: often seen tobe wearing a lemon(or any pastel shade)sweatshirt slungcasually over theirshoulders and deckshoes.Girls:Dress similarto that of boysalong withpearls, numerousshopping bags andDaddys credit card.
RAHSOCIAL SCENERah Social Scene is morelike the social scene ofnormal teenagers exceptthat they are from upperclass families where theyare more towards studiesand at the same time haveto tensions related tomoney and so they enjoytheir young lives to theextents.
TeenagersTeenage is a transitional stage of physical and psychological human developmentgenerally occurring during the period from puberty to legal adulthood. The period ofadolescence is most closely associated with the teenage years, though its physical,psychological and cultural expressions can begin earlier and end later. For example,although puberty has been historically associated with the onset of adolescentdevelopment, it now typically begins prior to the teenage years and there has been anormative shift of it occurring in preadolescence, particularly in females (see early andprecocious puberty). Physical growth, as distinct from puberty (particularly in males),and cognitive development generally seen in adolescence, can also extend into the earlytwenties. Thus chronological age provides only a rough marker of adolescence, andscholars have found it difficult to agree upon a precise definition of adolescence
TeenagersStyleThe teengerstend to dress inclassy yettrendy dresseswith latestcolors andtrends.
TeenagersSocialSceneThe Teenage socialgroups mostlyconsists of theirpeers groups andfriends. Theymostly tend tohang out togetherin cafes, clubs &pubs etc. Theyusually hang out inbig groups.
PunkMale or female who has an interest ina certain type of music which isusually very politically aware. Suchbands consist of Leftover Crack,Choking Victim, F-minus, Anti-Flag,Morning Glory, The Distillers, StiffLittle Fingers, US Bombs, The SexPistols, The Clash, The Ramones etc.Many people believe that punks areviscious people, but this belief isusually wrong.
Punk StylePunks usually dress in rippedclothing and many patternedmaterials are symbolic of thepunk revolution suchas; tartan,leopard print, zebra print andalso checks.
PuckSocial SceneThe punk socialscene tends torevolve aroundtheir own kind asthe prefer to hangout with their ownkind of people.
ConclusionAfter all the research on different categoriesi have chossen teenagers as my targetaudience as the teenagers are more likely topic new trends and so POP music that’s alsoknown as Popular Music refers to the latest &trendy that’s Popular in the current time.Another reason of choosing teenagers is thereadaptability power which would make them thebest sort of audience for a new musicmagazine.