Foreign Music Part II
Young, rebellious upper class teenagers send foreign songs to each other on their Line devices. Of course, it is well known to the Foreign Imports Bureau that this happens, but is often ignored. Arresting the children of those who pay their salaries over a couple of songs was seen to be against their best interest.
Poor and working class cannot afford Line devices, and so have nothing on which to listen to digitally transmitted music. That is why the concerts are so popular, they have that allure of freedom that feels so unattainable to most citizens of Edo.