Geek rock (also known as nerd rock or dork rock, ota-rock) is a musical subgenre derived from alternative rock, within the nerd music group. It is a sister genre to the chiptune -influenced rock subgenre nintendocore and related to other branches of nerd music such as hip hop 's nerdcore and contemporary folk 's nerd-folk.
This is a list of artists who are known for producing music in the geek rock genre including its subgenres such as nerd punk and trock. I Fight Dragons performing at Martyrs', Chicago, in 2009. Harry and the Potters performing in June 2007. They Might Be Giants performing in October 2010.
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This is a list of artists who are known for producing music in the geek rock genre including its subgenres such as nerd punk and trock. I Fight Dragons performing at Martyrs', Chicago, in 2009 Harry and the Potters performing in June 2007
Geek rock. El geek rock (también conocido como nerd rock) es un subgénero musical derivado del rock alternativo. Este término es aplicado a una amplia gama de música alternativa, por lo que es un género que se define más por la personalidad y el modo de vestir de aquellos que tocan, que por la música que interpretan.
geek rock ဟု ပထမဆုံးဖော်ပြသော တီးဝိုင်းမှာ Nert Herder တီးဝိုင်းဖြစ်သည်။ They Might Be Giant ၏ Flood album သည် geek ယဉ်ကျေးမှုနှင့် ပတ်သက်၍ ပြုလုပ်ခဲ့သည်။ geek rock သည ...
From Wikipedia: "Geek Rock (also known as nerd rock, but distinguishable from the hip hop genre Nerdcore) is a musical subgenre of alternative rock, although unlike many genres, the term is somewhat loosely applied as far as the style of music performed is concerned. Rather, the phrase is more often used to describe the artists and performers ...
Geek Rock is a musical subgenre of alternative rock which embraces technology and technological themes, often in a humorous or ironic context, as well as other subjects considered "geeky." Progenitors of geek rock include Devo, Talking Heads, and REM.