Musical Styles

  • Jazz

    originated in the African-American communities of New Orleans, Louisiana, the United States, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with roots in blues and ragtime. Since the 1920s jazz era, it has been recognized as an important form of musical expression in traditional and popular music, united by the common ties of African-American and European-American musical ancestry. Jazz is characterized by swing and blue notes. , complex chords, call and response voices, polyrhythms and improvisatio
  • Blues

    It is a vocal and instrumental musical genre, based on the use of blues notes and a repeating pattern, which usually follows a twelve-bar structure. Originally from the African-American communities of the southern United States in the early 20th century, in the 1960s this genre became one of the most important influences for the development of American and Western popular music. in genres such as ragtime, jazz, bluegrass, rhythm and blues, rock and roll, funk, heavy metal, hip-hop and pop

    It is a musical genre with a strong rhythm, derived from a mixture of various genres of American folk music and popularized since the 1950s. The most popular singer was Elvis Presley; his most influential guitarist, Chuck Berry; its most important pianist, Jerry Lee Lewis, among others. The expression rock and roll had already been used in rhythm and blues lyrics since the late 1930s, but it was the American announcer Alan Freed who began to use it to describe the style .
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    Pop music is a genre of popular music that originated in the late 1950s as a derivation of Traditional Pop, in combination with other musical genres that were fashionable at the time.
  • Heavy Metal

    Heavy Metal
    It is a musical genre that was born in the late sixties and early seventies in the United Kingdom and also in the United States, whose origins come from blues rock, and psychedelic rock. It is characterized mainly by its strong and distorted guitars, emphatic rhythms, the bass and drums sounds are denser than usual, and the voice is generally high-pitched or throaty. Led Zeppelin was created from the first bands.
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    Funk is a musical genre that was born between the mid to late 1960s when mainly African-American musicians fused soul, jazz, Latin rhythms (mambo) and R&B, giving rise to a new rhythmic and danceable musical form. Funk reduces the prominence of melody and harmony and gives, in return, more weight to the percussion and the electric bass line. Funk songs are usually based on a vamp spread over a single chord, distinguishing themselves from R&B and soul, more centered around the chord progressions.
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    Electronic Music

    Electronic music was originally associated exclusively with a Western cultured music form, but since the late 1960s, the availability of music technology at affordable prices led to music produced by electronic means becoming increasingly popular. Today, electronic music presents a great technical and compositional variety, ranging from forms of experimental cult music to popular forms such as electronic dance music or shuffle dance.

    Glam rock is a visual style within musical genres born in the United Kingdom, whose heyday took place between 1971 and the 80s. Its name is a shorthand for the word "glamor".
  • City Pop (シティ・ポップ)

    City Pop (シティ・ポップ)
    At the end of the 80s, the beginning of the so-called "lost decade" and the profound change in lifestyle and culture due to the strong shock that derived from this collapse, led to the disappearance of the genre coinciding with the end of the Shōwa Era. At the end of the 2010s, the viralization of iconic songs of the genre such as "Mayonaka no Door / Stay With Me" by Miki Matsubara has been viralized. They have made a popularization of City Pop, mostly in the West.
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    Rock Alternative

    It is a musical genre that was born in the late 1980s and that often uses music composed of non-traditional musical sounds and elements, adhering to the so-called underground culture. It reached its highest levels of maturity and popularity in the 1990s, as well as all the subgenres that have emerged from it since then.Alternative rock is a subgenre of rock that has its origins and musical influences in musical styles as varied as punk rock, post-punk, new wave, hardcore, pop rock and folk music
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    Rap is a style of music that is characterized by a rhythmic recitation of lyrics, which are not sung. Emerging in the United States in the mid-twentieth century,it is a style that is often associated with the black American population although, today, it transcends borders and cultures.
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    Reggaeton can be said to have been born in a cultural and musical exchange between Puerto Rico and Panama in the 80's. Singing in Panama the raggae in Spanish during 1985, the Chicho Man. In that same year rap was sung in Spanish in Puerto Rico by Vico C. DJ Negro was the main contributor to the birth of this musical genre
  • Reggae

    It is a musical genre that originated in Jamaica in the 60s. This is usually divided into Ska (1960-1966), Rocksteady (1966-1968), Reggae (1969-1983) and Dancehall. Reggae in a strict sense is the music developed between 1969 and 1983, a period of greater musical diversity than the previous ones in which the electric bass assumed a more central role and as the time of the period went by, the influence of the Rasta movement increased in the music. letters and sound
  • Emo /core

    Emo /core
    Emo, also called emocore, is a style of rock music characterized by an emphasis on emotional expression, sometimes through confessional lyrics. It emerged as a post-hardcore style from the hardcore punk movement in Washington, D.C of the mid-1980s, where it was known as emotional hardcore or emocore. In the early 1990s, emo was embraced and reinvented by alternative rock, indie rock, and pop punk bands such as Sunny Day Real Estate, Jawbreaker, Weezer, and Jimmy Eat World, featuring.
  • Actual music

    Actual music
    Modern music is sometimes difficult to define thanks to its wide range of possibilities. The period is characterized by total freedom and the use of both classical and structural elements and forms of experimentation in terms of the rupture of tonality, shapes, techniques and colors. One of the most important concepts of this era is dodecaphonism, which is music that uses the 12 notes of the chromatic scale with total freedom, that is to say in an atonal way (there is no established tonality).