Broad musical genre typically featuring electric guitar, drums, and powerful bass. Lyrics may be shouted as much as sung, and are often on themes of rebellion against sexual, societal and political repression. Early form known as rock and roll considered to date from the 1955 hit, "Rock Around the Clock" by Bill Haley and His Comets, but the term had been heard on records by black artists as early as the 1930s. Numerous subgenres exist, including folk-rock, classic rock, alternative, heavy metal, and punk. Related style, pop, considered less likely to carry an undercurrent of danger or rebellion. Related style of dance characterized by stronger reliance on bass, drums and keyboard, and usually has a much less prominent guitar part.
Information and artist profile from the AOR, Adult Contemporary Music, CCM, Fusion genres, also reviews and news, with a Japanese perspective.
Guide to new music on the radio, local Kentucky bands, Internet music downloads, and online radio stations.
Radio program and large resource covering several types of rock music, including progressive and psychedelic, gothic, experimental, and folk. With extensive links to other sources of relatedcinformation.
Provides information and reviews for rare and out-of-print rock albums that are sought by collectors.
A complete list of rock artists and their songs, albums, years of release, lead singers, and other helpful information to help track down music one is looking for.
A paper zine that has grown into a label and online music resource including reviews, interviews, releases and a radio stream featuring artists such as Nuzzle and The Intima, show listings, and links related to indie rock and pop, punk and electronic music.
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