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  • Noise rock is a style of rock music that became prominent in the 1980s. Noise rock makes use of the traditional instrumentation and iconography of rock, but incorporates atonality and especially dissonance, and frequently discards typical songwriting conventions. Noise rock developed from early avant-garde music, sound art, and rock songs featuring extremely dissonant sounds and electronic feedback. The New York no wave scene, featuring such artists as Mars and Teenage Jesus and the Jerks in the late 1970s, was an essential development in noise rock. A number of noise rock bands emerged in North America in the 1980s. These included Caroliner, and Grotus (San Francisco), Big Black (Chicago), Butthole Surfers, The Jesus Lizard, Scratch Acid (Texas), The Melvins (Montesano, Washington), Dinosaur Jr. (Massachusetts), Sonic Youth, Live Skull, Swans, White Zombie, The Thing, Blow 454 and Helmet (New York), Pussy Galore and Royal Trux (Washington DC), among many others.A similar scene also began to develop in Osaka, Japan, spearheaded by Hanatarash and the Boredoms, The British shoegazing groups developed an entirely distinct form of noise rock, largely derived from the so-called noise pop related genre. Some math rock groups like Don Caballero are also considered noise rock. The 1980s noise rock bands were significant influences on Nirvana and Hole, The powerviolence scene was close to noise rock, with Man Is the Bastard eventually dissolving into unstructured noise music.Beginning in the mid-1990s, Providence became the center of a new crop of noise-rock bands, largely a product of the RISD scene. After 2000, noise rock groups formed all over the world. Post 2000 noise rock often features tribal polyrhythmic drum patterns. Noise rock groups that formed after 2010 include Roomrunner, Dope Body, Nü Sensae, METZ, Disappears, Dumb Numbers, as well as new Japanese acts such as Nisennenmondai. (en)
  • Noise rock is a style of rock music that became prominent in the 1980s. Noise rock makes use of the traditional instrumentation and iconography of rock, but incorporates atonality and especially dissonance, and frequently discards typical songwriting conventions. Noise rock developed from early avant-garde music, sound art, and rock songs featuring extremely dissonant sounds and electronic feedback. The New York no wave scene, featuring such artists as Mars and Teenage Jesus and the Jerks in the late 1970s, was an essential development in noise rock. A number of noise rock bands emerged in North America in the 1980s. These included Caroliner, and Grotus (San Francisco), Big Black (Chicago), Butthole Surfers, The Jesus Lizard, Scratch Acid (Texas), The Melvins (Montesano, Washington), Dinosaur Jr. (Massachusetts), Sonic Youth, Live Skull, Swans, White Zombie, The Thing, Blow 454 and Helmet (New York), Pussy Galore and Royal Trux (Washington DC), among many others.A similar scene also began to develop in Osaka, Japan, spearheaded by Hanatarash and the Boredoms, The British shoegazing groups developed an entirely distinct form of noise rock, largely derived from the so-called noise pop related genre. Some math rock groups like Don Caballero are also considered noise rock. The 1980s noise rock bands were significant influences on Nirvana and Hole, The powerviolence scene was close to noise rock, with Man Is the Bastard eventually dissolving into unstructured noise music.Beginning in the mid-1990s, Providence became the center of a new crop of noise-rock bands, largely a product of the RISD scene. After 2000, noise rock groups formed all over the world. Post 2000 noise rock often features tribal polyrhythmic drum patterns. Noise rock groups that formed after 2010 include Roomrunner, Dope Body, Nü Sensae, METZ, Disappears, Dumb Numbers, as well as new Japanese acts such as Nisennenmondai and Bo Ningen. (en)
  • Noise rock is a style of rock music that became prominent in the 1980s. Noise rock makes use of the traditional instrumentation and iconography of rock, but incorporates atonality and especially dissonance, and frequently discards typical songwriting conventions. Noise rock developed from early avant-garde music, sound art, and rock songs featuring extremely dissonant sounds and electronic feedback. The New York no wave scene, featuring such artists as Mars and Teenage Jesus and the Jerks in the late 1970s, was an essential development in noise rock. A number of noise rock bands emerged in North America in the 1980s. These included Caroliner, and Grotus (San Francisco), Big Black (Chicago), Butthole Surfers, The Jesus Lizard, Scratch Acid (Texas), The Melvins (Montesano, Washington), Dinosaur Jr. (Massachusetts), Sonic Youth, Live Skull, Swans, White Zombie, The Thing, Blow 454 and Helmet (New York), Laughing Hyenas (Michigan), Pussy Galore and Royal Trux (Washington DC), among many others.A similar scene also began to develop in Osaka, Japan, spearheaded by Hanatarash and the Boredoms, The British shoegazing groups developed an entirely distinct form of noise rock, largely derived from the so-called noise pop related genre. Some math rock groups like Don Caballero are also considered noise rock. The 1980s noise rock bands were significant influences on Nirvana and Hole, The powerviolence scene was close to noise rock, with Man Is the Bastard eventually dissolving into unstructured noise music.Beginning in the mid-1990s, Providence became the center of a new crop of noise-rock bands, largely a product of the RISD scene. After 2000, noise rock groups formed all over the world. Post 2000 noise rock often features tribal polyrhythmic drum patterns. Noise rock groups that formed after 2010 include Roomrunner, Dope Body, Nü Sensae, METZ, Disappears, Dumb Numbers, as well as new Japanese acts such as Nisennenmondai and Bo Ningen. (en)
  • Noise rock is a style of rock music that became prominent in the 1980s. Noise rock makes use of the traditional instrumentation and iconography of rock, but incorporates atonality and especially dissonance, and frequently discards typical songwriting conventions. Noise rock developed from early avant-garde music, sound art, and rock songs featuring extremely dissonant sounds and electronic feedback. The New York no wave scene, featuring such artists as Mars and Teenage Jesus and the Jerks in the late 1970s, was an essential development in noise rock. A number of noise rock bands emerged in North America in the 1980s. These included Caroliner, and Grotus (San Francisco), Big Black (Chicago), Butthole Surfers, The Jesus Lizard, Scratch Acid (Texas), The Melvins (Montesano, Washington), Dinosaur Jr. (Massachusetts), Sonic Youth, Live Skull, Swans, White Zombie, The Thing, Blow 454 and Helmet (New York), Laughing Hyenas (Michigan), Pussy Galore and Royal Trux (Washington DC), among many others.A similar scene also began to develop in Osaka, Japan, spearheaded by Hanatarash and the Boredoms, The British shoegazing groups developed an entirely distinct form of noise rock, largely derived from the so-called noise pop related genre. Some math rock groups like Don Caballero and Hella are also considered noise rock. The 1980s noise rock bands were significant influences on Nirvana and Hole, The powerviolence scene was close to noise rock, with Man Is the Bastard eventually dissolving into unstructured noise music.Beginning in the mid-1990s, Providence became the center of a new crop of noise-rock bands, largely a product of the RISD scene. After 2000, noise rock groups formed all over the world. Post 2000 noise rock often features tribal polyrhythmic drum patterns. Noise rock groups that formed after 2010 include Roomrunner, Dope Body, Nü Sensae, METZ, Disappears, Dumb Numbers, as well as new Japanese acts such as Nisennenmondai and Bo Ningen. (en)
  • Noise rock is a style of experimental rock rooted in noise music. The genre, which gained prominence in the 1980s, makes use of the traditional instrumentation and iconography of rock music, but incorporates atonality and especially dissonance typical of noise music, and frequently discards typical songwriting conventions. Noise rock developed from early avant-garde music, sound art, and rock songs featuring extremely dissonant sounds and electronic feedback. The New York no wave scene, featuring such artists as Mars and Teenage Jesus and the Jerks in the late 1970s, was an essential development in noise rock. A number of noise rock bands emerged in North America in the 1980s. These included Caroliner, and Grotus (San Francisco), Big Black (Chicago), Butthole Surfers, The Jesus Lizard, Scratch Acid (Texas), The Melvins (Montesano, Washington), Dinosaur Jr. (Massachusetts), Sonic Youth, Live Skull, Swans, White Zombie, The Thing, Blow 454 and Helmet (New York), Laughing Hyenas (Michigan), Pussy Galore and Royal Trux (Washington DC), among many others.A similar scene also began to develop in Osaka, Japan, spearheaded by Hanatarash and the Boredoms, The British shoegazing groups developed an entirely distinct form of noise rock, largely derived from the so-called noise pop related genre. Some math rock groups like Don Caballero and Hella are also considered noise rock. The 1980s noise rock bands were significant influences on Nirvana and Hole, The powerviolence scene was close to noise rock, with Man Is the Bastard eventually dissolving into unstructured noise music.Beginning in the mid-1990s, Providence became the center of a new crop of noise-rock bands, largely a product of the RISD scene. After 2000, noise rock groups formed all over the world. Post 2000 noise rock often features tribal polyrhythmic drum patterns. Noise rock groups that formed after 2010 include Roomrunner, Dope Body, Nü Sensae, METZ, Disappears, Dumb Numbers, as well as new Japanese acts such as Nisennenmondai and Bo Ningen. (en)
  • Noise rock (sometimes called noise punk) is a diverse style of experimental rock employing noise music elements, which spun off from punk rock in the 1980s. Drawing on movements such as no wave, minimalism, industrial music, and New York hardcore, artists indulge in extreme levels of distortion through the use of electric guitars, and less frequently, electronic instrumentation, either to provide percussive sounds or to contribute to the overall arrangement.Some groups are tied to song structures, such as Sonic Youth. Although they are not representative of the entire genre, they helped popularize noise rock among alternative rock audiences by incorporating melodies into their droning textures of sound, which set a template that numerous other groups followed. (en)
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  • * Grindcore * post-hardcore * sludge metal (en)
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  • Noise rock (en)
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  • Noise punk (en)
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  • * Alternative rock * experimental rock * powerviolence * shoegazing (en)
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  • * Alternative rock * avant-punk * noise pop * post-punk (en)
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  • * Experimental rock * punk rock * noise * no wave * minimal * industrial * hardcore punk (en)
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  • Noise rock is a style of rock music that became prominent in the 1980s. Noise rock makes use of the traditional instrumentation and iconography of rock, but incorporates atonality and especially dissonance, and frequently discards typical songwriting conventions. Noise rock developed from early avant-garde music, sound art, and rock songs featuring extremely dissonant sounds and electronic feedback. (en)
  • Noise rock is a style of experimental rock rooted in noise music. The genre, which gained prominence in the 1980s, makes use of the traditional instrumentation and iconography of rock music, but incorporates atonality and especially dissonance typical of noise music, and frequently discards typical songwriting conventions. Noise rock developed from early avant-garde music, sound art, and rock songs featuring extremely dissonant sounds and electronic feedback. (en)
  • Noise rock (sometimes called noise punk) is a diverse style of experimental rock employing noise music elements, which spun off from punk rock in the 1980s. (en)
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