post-punk

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  • Info Post-punk is a rock music genre that paralleled and emerged from the initial punk rock explosion of the late 1970s. more...
  • Each band member went their own way in the new post-punk era forming new groups.
  • The music was unlike anything else performed by post-punk acts at the time.
  • Real Life is the debut studio album by English post-punk band Magazine.
  • Their sound is a mix of rock, post-punk, southern rock and metal.
  • Heaven Sent is an album released by the post-punk group Half Japanese.
  • They met in the early 1980s during the post-punk era in Southern California.
  • The album was largely based on the sound of industrial music as well as the Post-punk movement.
  • The album featured a combination of new wave, post-punk and folk music.
  • They played a style of post punk that included elements from jazz, noise rock, and art rock.
  • Melbourne's post-punk scene was much more experimental than any of the other capital cities.
  • Artists associated with post-punk and new wave in Christian music.
  • Their style was influenced by classic rock, noise rock and post-punk.
  • A key group of the 1970s Melbourne post-punk little band scene named themselves after the film.
  • Their style of music is described by allmusic as post-punk power pop.
  • Public Image Limited is considered the first post-punk group.
  • Their style over time has shifted between punk, art rock, post-punk and new wave.
  • Their style was post-punk/new wave, but was more art rock than synth pop.
  • They have described their music as containing elements of post-punk, progressive rock and film soundtrack music.
  • The album's sound was similar to the dark post-punk of early Death In June.
  • The five piece line-up produced a very dark, post-punk sound, with vocal duties shared between the members.
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