Punk Rock 1970s

1970s Punk Rock

The complete guide to 1970s fashion (Part 1) Che cosa è Punkrock? a kind of fast, loud, often offensive music that was originally popular with young people in the late 1970s: In the late 1970s punk rock was popular. From punk rock - the loud, intense and anti-authoritarian philosophy of music and politics that emerged in the late 1970s.

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After a long break from artistic meditation, the London dub-punk duet (but of Italian origin) of Super Apes opens the doors to a new member, Ivan Colella on drums, and new sounds. When the new single DiscoShame is indeed confronted with catlike curiosity on an electric disc with exaggerated trashy-kitch nuances reminiscent of Germany between East and West, the B-side, Here Reads Bob Dylan, confirms nothing but the eclectic tradition started by Diego Pratiffi and Davide Simonetti, who defends himself against fashion and people and the idea of a sound anarchy worthy of Clash and Nina Hagen.

Let the muses guard the path of the super monkeys! But Canadian Danko Jones doesn't even seem to want to lose a single dB of his scratching soundsignature. With the latest Fire Musik - a title that should have warned us of his true and never resting intentions as a fight rock star - Mr. Jones, accompanied by faithful John "JC" Calabrese and a new drummer, Rich Knox, he revives his origins but weakens the massive tone to make each of the eleven tracks on the track list a possible Hit for the foreign colleges' radios.

FIREMUSIC turns the evening on until it lights up in daylight! How can we not join the guys of Tirreno Dischi, a Tuscan label that is very active in the indian rock market, when the party starts with a gift for the listener? The release of the Due years in the middle of the sea (Due years in mezzo al mare) is not only a small self-quotation, but also a welcome surprise for all musical enthusiasts.

. And if you don't like heavy metals, take punk or rain. On behalf of The Rock, your doctor. Why I use PETULA CLARCK/X25X: A sudden and irresistible infatuation will surprise you listening to the work of the Belgian duet Petula Clarck and the Marseille threesome MarseilleX.

The mere idea of the sound mixture in which the two bands are protagonists causes pleasant dizziness and urges us to ask even more questions. A mixture of rock noises, post-punk, post-grunge and an always welcome reference to the CAN sound epic (with special reference to Petula Clarck) is the rich calling card with which Mat & Vinch and his equally loud French colleagues intend to win proselytes all over the continent.

The speed and simplicity of the Petula Clarck tracks' performances - to say that the discotheque has never before come so close to the nature of performing life - can be found in the only track signed by Extended by XL25X, Saturate, a natural venting valve in which distortions, feedbacks and crackling amplifiers can extend beyond the immediate effect of the existing sound storm.

BEATRICE ANTOLINI: Perhaps more than any of her other current works, the new EP Beatitudine, Beatrice brings Antholini closer to a sound sphere in which the disassembled post-punk exuberance of New York's Yeah Yeah Yeah Yes meets the typical nineties atmosphere of Iris Blond's Verdian I'm Crazy soundtrack. Because all useful things: carefree Punk-Singer-Songwriter from Prato, All the useless things succeed with extreme simplicity and poetry in painting that everyday life which everyone escapes, but which everyone longs for in the great secret with deepstalgia.

The punk approach goes even further, picking up the Lo-Fi gamble and giving the ten tracks an even more authentic taste and meeting the listener's needs. WEIL ORWELLS: Without necessarily looking for references in the long and not very exciting list of current and supposed rock stars, it will be enough to say that the U.S. The Orwells show that they have an evil and insane sound aggressiveness to revive the fame of the best rock parties of the second half of the last century.

In short, don't expect fine sounds and revolutionary intuitions, but simply good rock, or by stealing the words from the children of Illinois, "dirty rock nn rock roll". Appaoloosa, Über mich, Arto Lindsay, Be indie, Black Spartacus Heart Attack Machine, Church of Appes, Come to Me, Elephant Stone, En ? gma, Fenech-Soler, Ginger Baker, Gold Lyre, Hot Lunch, I know the world is full of love, I know that the world is full of love, I know that the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world is full of love, I know the world of love, I know the world of love love love the world of love love love the world,

Lunatica, Loop-Therapie, Matteo Ceschi, Musica e Fumo, Ninos du Brasil, Plejadi, Polfer, Sally Go Round the Sun, Samsara Blues Experiment, School Boy's Crush, Simply Are, Sombra da Luah, Somebody, Street Pulses, Super Apes, T-Bone Guarnerius, Les tontons, Tom Morello, Tricky, Under My Thumb, Upset, Veida, Attend le flot, Pourquoi ?

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