Compared To What by OFF! by goincase published on 2011/07/29 18:06:17 +0000 Groups for track Post Punk Revival & Indie Rock MUSICAL ROOTS: Post-punk Punk rock Indie rock Britpop New wave CULTURAL ORIGIN: 2000s mainly Britain. COMMON INSTRUMENTS: Electric guitar, bass, drums, synthesizer. "Post Punk Revivalism" Noisepunk Website: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Noisepunk/197495013599725 This is the SoundCloud group/platfrom for Noisepunk bands and people who like/love Noisepunk. If you are a member of SoundCloud you can join the SoundClound Noisepunk group so you can post your own music here. http://soundcloud.com/groups/noisepunk Finally, check our (Noisepunk) tracks and let us know what you think ;) Info. Noise rock (also known as noise punk) describes a style of post-punk 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 also frequently discards usual songwriting conventions. Style Noise rock is a term that has been used to encompass a wide range of bands which favour dissonance, wild feedback and extreme distortion in the context of rock music. Noise rock is an outgrowth of punk rock, while the style was predicted by such 1960s proto-punk bands as The Velvet Underground, Monks and The Godz, noise rock came into its own in the 1980s. Cult musician Thurston Moore has said that Visual and conceptual elements Many noise rock groups have a confrontational performance style which mirrors the aggression of their music. This reaches back to The Who and Jimi Hendrix, who were famous for destroying their instruments on stage, and Iggy Pop, of the Stooges, and Darby Crash, of the Germs, who lacerated their bodies in a spectacle comparable to the performance art of Chris Burden and Vito Acconci. Acconci was also a significant inspiration for no wave. Some performers, such as Black Flag and the Birthday Party, for example, also physically assaulted audience members, on occasion. post-punk Punk rock/noise art Rock Hey, we don't make Techno, We play instruments! We are bands! Let's hear some Rock and Roll! Punk rock! Garage Rock! You rock! We rock! Share your music! PUNK FUCKIN ROCK PUNK, HIP HOP, METAL FUCK IT DO UR THING WODIE!!! NO HOUSE NO DUBSTEP. WE'LL DELETE YOUR SHIT Punk/Rock crazy guitars Place to hear some punk/rock guitar riffs and crazy songs. Be ready to shake your heads! Post-Hardcore & Pop Punk! I couldn't find a group just for these two genres and I don't care much for other genres. <b>Pop Punk</b> (sounds like): - All Time Low - We the Kings - Cute is What We Aim For - Boys Like Girls - Cartel - Forever the Sickest Kids And you get the gist of that. <b>Post Hardcore</b> (sounds like): - Alesana - Blessthefall - Greeley Estates - The World Alive - Silverstein - Before Their Eyes - Eyes Set To Kill - Falling For Beloved And you get the gist of that. So yeah, just <b><i>share</i></b> what you know- especially the unknown-ish ones. HARDCORE PUNK Hardcore & beyond Share your favorite heavy music tracks with all group members! ELECTRO POST PUNK ALTERNATIVE ELECTRO SOUNDS THAT BREAKE OUT OF THE MOULD OF THE STANDARD CLUB SOUND/STRUCTURE. NEW WAVE - NEW WAVE ETC ANY THING FREAKY AND DIFFERENT!