Noise Rock

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.

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Noise Rock - Labels
... The following is a list of record labels that specialize in noise rock ... Amphetamine Reptile Records Bulb Records Ecstatic Peace! Gold Standard Laboratories Hanson Records Homestead Records In the Red Records Ipecac Recordings Load Records Narnack Records Silent Explosion Skin Graft Records SYR Three One G Touch and Go Records ...
Boretronix
... is the name of a series of obscure self-released cassette-only releases by Japanese noise rock band Boredoms, consisting of heavily-edited recordings of rehearsals ... Boretronix 1 Studio album by Boredoms Released 1988 Genre Noise Length 4744 Label Mega Scum Groove Inc ... Boretronix 2 (1989) Boretronix 2 Studio album by Boredoms Released 1989 Genre Noise rock Length 5033 Label ? Boredoms chronology Boretronix 1 (1988) Boretronix 2 (1989) Soul Discharge (1989 ...
Punk Rock Subgenres - Noise Rock
... Noise rock was popular in Japan and the United Kingdom in the early 1980s ... Noise rock uses the traditional instrumentation and iconography of rock music, but incorporates atonality and dissonance, and frequently discards usual songwriting ... Examples of noise punk bands include Big Black, Killdozer and Sonic Youth ...
Noise Punk - History - 2000s
... After 2000, noise rock groups formed all over the world ... from Vancouver, and The New Flesh and Ponytail, from Baltimore are more examples of modern noise rock outfits ... The post 2000 noise rock often features tribal polyrhythmic drum patterns ...

Famous quotes containing the words rock and/or noise:

    Margaret: Some people have life made for them.
    Frank: That’s right, Mrs. Hammond, and some people make it for themselves. It’s about time you took that ton of rock off your shoulders.
    David Storey (b. 1933)

    Your next-door neighbour ... is not a man; he is an environment. He is the barking of a dog; he is the noise of a pianola; he is a dispute about a party wall; he is drains that are worse than yours, or roses that are better than yours.
    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)