What is new wave?

  • (noun): An art movement in French cinema in the 1960s.
    Synonyms: Nouvelle Vague
    See also — Additional definitions below

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1970s In Music - U.S. and North America - Rock - New Wave
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Wave - WKB Method
... Such nonuniform traveling waves are common in many physical problems, including the mechanics of the cochlea and waves on hanging ropes ...
American Rock - Punk and Its Aftermath (mid-1970s To The 1980s) - New Wave
... as Talking Heads, and Devo began to infiltrate the punk scene in some quarters the description "New Wave" began to be used to differentiate these less overtly punk bands ... movement, recognized the potential of the more accessible New Wave acts and began aggressively signing and marketing any band that could claim a ... bands, such as The Cars, The Runaways and The Go-Go's can be seen as pop bands marketed as New Wave other existing acts, while "skinny tie" bands exemplified by The Knack ...
New Wave - Other
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Liquid Funk - New Wave
... A second wave of liquid music started from 2006–09 with a rise of artists such as Eveson, Alix Perez, Zero T, Lenzman and Spectrasoul to name a few ...

More definitions of "new wave":

  • (noun): Any creative group active in the innovation and application of new concepts and techniques in a given field (especially in the arts).
    Synonyms: avant-garde, vanguard, van

Famous quotes containing the word wave:

    Wind goes from farm to farm in wave on wave,
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    But the strong are saying nothing until they see.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    The wave of evil washes all our institutions alike.
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