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      • From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dance-rock is a post-disco genre connected with pop rock and post-punk with fewer rhythm and blues influences, originated in the early 1980s, following the decline in popularity of punk and disco.
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  1. Dance-rock - Wikipedia

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    Dance-rock From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dance-rock is a post-disco genre connected with pop rock and post-punk with fewer rhythm and blues influences, originated in the early 1980s, following the decline in popularity of punk and disco.

  2. Dance-punk - Wikipedia

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    dance-rock. electropunk. funk rock. funk metal. Dance-punk (also known as disco-punk, punk-funk or techno-punk) is a post-punk genre that emerged in the late 1970s, and is closely associated with the post-disco and new wave movements.

    • Late 1970s, United States (Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York City) and London, England
    • Wonky pop, sass
  3. List of dance-rock artists - Wikipedia

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    The following list includes notable dance-rock artists.. Artists. ABC; And Then There Were None; The B-52's; Big Audio Dynamite; The Big Pink; BodyRockers; A Certain Ratio; The Charlatans ...

  4. DNCE - Wikipedia

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    DNCE is an American dance-rock band. The group consists of vocalist Joe Jonas, drummer Jack Lawless, bassist and keyboardist Cole Whittle, and the guitaristt JinJoo Lee.The group signed with Republic Records, who released their debut single, "Cake by the Ocean", in September 2015.

  5. Toprock - Wikipedia

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    Toprock is a major element of b-boying and b-girling (breakdance). It generally refers to foot movement performed from a standing position, relying upon a mixture of coordination, flexibility, rhythm, and most importantly, style.

  6. Uprock - Wikipedia

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    Uprock, or Rocking, as it was originally referred to, also known as Rock, Rock Dance, Brooklyn Rock, Burning or Freestyle is a competitive urban street dance, performed to the beats and rhythms of soul, rock and funk music, but was mostly danced to a specific and exclusive collection of songs that contained a hard driving beat.

  7. Dance - Wikipedia

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    Theatrical dance, also called performance or concert dance, is intended primarily as a spectacle, usually a performance upon a stage by virtuoso dancers. It often tells a story, perhaps using mime, costume and scenery, or else it may simply interpret the musical accompaniment, which is often specially composed.

  8. Alternative dance - Wikipedia

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    Alternative dance or indie dance (also referred to as underground dance in the US) is a musical genre that mixes alternative rock with electronic dance music. Although largely confined to the British Isles, it has gained American and worldwide exposure through acts such as New Order in the 1980s and The Prodigy in the 1990s.

  9. Rock music - Wikipedia

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    Usually, rock is song-based music with a 4/4 time signature using a verse–chorus form, but the genre has become extremely diverse. Like pop music, lyrics often stress romantic love but also address a wide variety of other themes that are frequently social or political. Rock music.

  10. Dance-Rock Music Genre Overview | AllMusic

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    Dance-Rock. Dozens of major rock acts dabbled in dance during the '80s and '90s, influenced indirectly by the times and the technology or directly by the funk, Philly soul, and disco that had ruled the R&B roost during the '70s. The genesis for dance-rock was the mid-'70s, when the Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Rod Stewart, and Queen all flirted (at one time or another) with the simpler rhythms and heavy groove of funk and disco.

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