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  • n. A non-musician who is active in a particular musical scene.


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scene +‎ -ster (“agent, person”)


  • She has been known as a scenester and a socialite, but she is most often referred to as a supergroupie.


  • I’ve never been called a scenester before, so I think that’s pretty cool.


  • The Web site had earlier branded Ms. Schnabel a "scenester," a label she detests.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Prospect Heights 'more developed, "scenester" avenue to the west.

    The Brooklyn Paper: Full articles

  • Given how frequently Lin pops up on Gawker these days (he recently sold profit shares to help finance his forthcoming novel and there's a bit of bluster that he might be the force behind my current favorite "scenester" blog, hipster runoff), I could probably sell that on e-bay for a pretty penny, or at least a $50 American Apparel gift certificate.

    Baby Got Books

  • Another funny time at that house was one time Holly brought the RADDEST GUY home (or so we thought at the time - he was this big "scenester" guy - super concerned about music and fashion and being "cool" etc) and since her room was in the basement right under my bedroom you could sort of hear anything either one of us ever said, and Veronica and I had gotten home super hammered and super late and saw HIS shoes in the front porch, so when we woke up and his shoes were still there, we went back to my room, blasted the funniest 80's music and sang at the top of our lungs.

    withkerth Diary Entry

  • If you're a scenester with connections in your NY or LA hometown, you're likely on somebody's guest list, so hit the velvet ropes with confidence.

    Marie Elena Martinez: Why to or Not to Go to Park City During the Sundance Film Festival

  • Our conversation takes place in English, characteristic of the first-world leanings within the Mexico City scenester community.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • Could the surge in this distinctly new subculture—“hipster,” “scenester,” “cool kid,” whichever you prefer—be yet another expression of the storied Mexican tradition of unduly overvaluing anything foreign and First World?

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • My friend Cristal, a dedicated Mexico City scenester, is having a vodka.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City


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  • Song quotation on sartorially.

    November 8, 2010

  • One who closely follows the latest trends in fashion and music. (derogatory)

    March 29, 2009