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  1. New Wave - Music Genres - Rate Your Music

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    New wave bands' quirky, irreverent, and self-conscious approach was a novel contrast to the underground rock movements formed in the wake of punk as well as corporate mainstream pop music in the 1970s, which helped the genre quickly establish itself as a major force in 1980s pop culture in both the West, where it originated, and abroad.

  2. Top 50 New Wave Songs Of All Time : Monitor Mix : NPR

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    Dec 01, 2009 · The fact that WFDU was counting down the top 50 new-wave songs of all time made me want to grab an old tape player and record the entire thing. After all, what if I discovered a new band?

  3. Punk and New Wave | Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

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    Apr 23, 2020 · Punk and New Wave shattered gender stereotypes, creating new opportunities for women in rock. The seeds sown in London, New York and Los Angeles continue to influence rock, as seen by the rise of bands like Green Day and Nine Inch Nails and adoption of punk’s look and lifestyle by succeeding generations of kids.

  4. New Wave Music | Encyclopedia.com

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    New wave was the type of music most popular among fans of MTV during its early years and musicians specializing in new wave are best remembered for their angular haircuts, brightly colored costumes, and heavy reliance on synthesizers. Source for information on New Wave Music: St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture dictionary.

  5. New Wave Music - TV Tropes

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    The line between Punk and New Wave is blurry; many New Wave bands started out as Punk bands. But New Wave expanded on Punk's primitivism, embracing experimentation and variety, to the point that New Wave is literally Genre Salad Music. Because of this, New Wave is an umbrella term for a wide variety of subgenres, though it is often used to ...

  6. Jul 22, 2011 · New wave is a genre of rock music popular in the late 1970s and the 1980s with ties to mid-1970s punk rock. New wave moved away from blues and rock and roll sounds to create rock music (early new wave) or pop music (later) that incorporated disco, mod and electronic music.

  7. 10 Underrated ’80s Bands You Need to Hear Now - LA Weekly

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    This London new wave group’s jazzy, hyper-polished sound took a magpie-like approach to early-’80s British pop music, borrowing the slinky horns and Roxy Music vibes of new romantic bands such ...

  8. Top New Wave/post punk bands late 70's and 80's - Rate Your Music

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    Top New Wave/post punk bands late 70's and 80's. Author: toshhh. Some amazingly great new wave and post punk bands This isn't a ranking but just a list of great bands

  9. New Wave 80s | iHeartRadio - Listen to Your Favorite Music ...

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    Synths, Beats, and attitude. The best British and American New Wave. Listen on demand and play the songs using no wifi internet with a subscription.

  10. New Wave World | Free Internet Radio | TuneIn

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    New Wave World - Greetings from New Wave World! Dare to be different with the rock of the 80s featuring New Wave Pioneers The Cure, Depeche Mode, Talking Heads and more.