This "SCENE KIDS" post contains a loose compilation of sites, statements and opinions.
Neither rule, law, nor binding.
Kids like Kaiden Blake, Sam Llansing, Takeshi, Chris Dakota and more have featured on my blog before.
(Chris will get his own post soon!)
There are enough "Links" included to keep you all busy for a week!
We have all seen these scene kids before- the boys and girls at music shows with the tight jeans, ratty hair, and oversized sunglasses. In just a few short years, the scene culture's popularity has skyrocketed. Scene kids are often stereotyped as "emo kids;" this is a common misconception.
source "How to be a Scene Kid": WikiHow
Where do the names come from?
Having a cool online name is an option. One notoriously scene attribute is having an alliteration as a screenname (i.e. Kiki Kannibal, Allie Apathetic, David Disaster). When considering a scene name, try to avoid commonly-used words such as "massacre," "br00tal," "suicide," "murder," "terror," "vanity," "horror," "gore," "glamour," or "chaos." Also, don't use the word "scene" or "emo" in the name at all.
Hair is one of the most important aspects of looking scene. One of the most popular choices is to dye your hair black, and then add in neon or bright coloured streaks.
More Pictures: Photobucket
You see them everyday. The kids with bangs over their eyes, tight shirts and tight pants; the kids rebelling against everything with their bright hair and eye-liner and shiny metal; the kids with the bags and the shirts bearing names of bands you’ve never heard of. The scene kids. And sometimes you wonder how they did it, and wonder if you might be one of them if you knew all their secrets.
Biggest scene right now is the emo kids, and thankfully, there are already a million websites, blogs and quizzes that are dedicated to how to be emo
Next you have the punk scene. This requires you to be bold and rebellious.
Lastly you have the choice of being indie. This requires you to either be very patient and knowledgeable, or an extremely good liar/bluffer. Obscurity is your friend. Only listen to bands that are on indie labels, and bonus points if the band’s from another country.
Source: How to be Scene