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  1. Devo - Wikipedia

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    Devo is known for their music and stage shows mingling kitsch science fiction themes, deadpan surrealist humor and mordantly satirical social commentary.Their early, pre-Warner Bros. dissonant songs use synthetic instrumentation and time signatures proven influential on subsequent popular music, particularly new wave, industrial, and alternative rock artists.

  2. Synth-pop - Wikipedia

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    Synth-pop (short for synthesizer pop ; also called techno-pop ) is a subgenre of new wave music that first became prominent in the late 1970s and features the synthesizer as the dominant musical instrument. It was prefigured in the 1960s and early 1970s by the use of synthesizers in progressive rock , electronic , art rock , disco , and particularly the "Krautrock" of bands like Kraftwerk . It ...

  3. Heatwave (festival) - Wikipedia

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    The slogans used to promote the show were variously the "Punk Woodstock", the "New Wave Woodstock", or "The 1980s Big Beat Rock and Roll Party". The festival was noteworthy because of the importance of the headliner bands that played and the timing in the evolution of new wave music, and from the size of the crowd.

  4. New wave | music | Britannica

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    New wave, category of popular music spanning the late 1970s and the early 1980s. Taking its name from the French New Wave cinema of the late 1950s, this catchall classification was defined in opposition to punk (which was generally more raw, rough edged, and political) and to mainstream “corporate” rock (which many new wave upstarts ...

  5. Neo-psychedelia - Wikipedia

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    Like the psychedelic developments of the late 1960s, punk rock and new wave in the 1970s challenged the rock music establishment. At the time, "new wave" was a term used interchangeably with the nascent punk rock explosion. In 1978, journalist Greg Shaw categorized a subset of new wave music as "neo-psychedelia", citing Devo, "to an extent ...

  6. New wave (música) – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Embora a palavra "new wave" não tenha sido tão difundida no Brasil, o estilo, a televisão, a moda e a música da década de 1980 seguiram a tendência mundial de mudança, e a new wave brasileira musicalmente foi apelidado por alguns de "rock Brasil", embora não seja tão correto, já que a new wave naquela década já era baseada em ...

  7. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, a type of nightclub dance music called Disco turned into a popular type of pop music. Record companies took an experimental, strange-sounding type of music called New Wave music from the 1980s and turned it into pop music bands such as The Cars .

  8. Synthwave - Wikipedia

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    These early artists began creating music inspired by famous 1980s score composers; music which was, at the time, largely associated with French house. In the early 2010s, the synthwave soundtracks of films such as Drive and Tron: Legacy attracted new fans and artists to the genre.

  9. ニュー・ウェイヴ (音楽) - Wikipedia

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    1980年代に登場したr.e.m.、u2、ザ・スミスやジーザス&メリーチェインもニューウェイヴに含む場合が多い 。 日本 [ 編集 ] 日本では、 LIZARD 、 S-KEN などの アンダーグラウンド のバンドたちが 1978年 ( 昭和 53年)頃から 東京ロッカーズ として定期的に ギグ を ...

  10. BEST NEW WAVE 80'S (disco) - YouTube

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    Enjoy and Feel the Music!!! Thanks for Listening. . . .