timeline of music in the 90s

  • 1990 Trance

    1990 Trance
    Trance Trance is a genre of electronic music that developed in the 1990s. Trance music is characterized by a beat between 125 and 150 BPM, short synth melodic phrases, and a musical form that rises and falls during each track. It is the result of the combination of different musical styles, such as industrial, techno, classical music, ambient, Glitch, Film music.
  • 1991 Math Rock

    1991 Math Rock
    Math rock Rock music style that emerged in the late 80s and early 90s in the US and Japan, its main influence and origin being Progressive Rock, which is why it is usually considered a subgenre of this style. It is characterized by the complexity of its rhythms and the weirdness of its structures. It handles extreme spaces and times, and in the same song you can hear a harmonious melody and a distorted riff.
  • 1992 Trip hop

    1992 Trip hop
    1992 Trip hop Electronic music that originated in the early 1990s in the UK, especially Bristol. Deriving from "post" -acid house, the term was first used by the British music and press as a way to describe the more experimental variant of breakbeat that contained influences from soul, funk and jazz.
  • 1993 Alternative Rock

    1993 Alternative Rock
    Alternative Rock Musical genre that was born in the 80s and that many times uses music composed of non-traditional musical sounds and elements, with less melody, harmony or rhythm, adhering to the so-called underground culture (that is, an anti-popular, anti-commercial genre and contrary to common and popular styles). It reached its highest levels of maturity and popularity in the 90s, as well as all the subgenres that have emerged from it since then.
  • 1996 Downtempo

    1996 Downtempo
    Downtempo It is a type of electronic music characterized by its relaxed sound, similar to ambient, with the difference with respect to it that it usually has a rhythm or groove. This beat can be achieved from loops with a hypnotic sound. Other times, the beats are more complex and prominent, but even then they are less intense than in other forms of electronic music.
  • 1997 Geek rock

    1997 Geek rock
    Geek rock It is a musical subgenre derived from alternative rock. This term applies to a wide range of alternative music, so it is a genre that is defined more by the personality and dress of those who play, than by the music they perform.