SONGS INCLUDED (in order of appearance in the mix):
1. Lana Del Rey – High by the beach
2. Taylor Swift – Bad Blood
3. Fall Out Boy – Centuries
4. Robin Thicke feat. Nicki Minaj – Back Together
5. RedFoo – Juicy Wiggle
6. Adele – Hello
7. Major Lazer feat. DJ Snake & MO – Lean On
8. Charli XCX feat. Rita Ora – Doing It
9. The Weeknd – I Can’t feel my face
10. Selena Gomez – Good For You
11. Fifth Harmony – Worth It
12. Ellie Goulding – Love Me Like You Do
13. Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth – See You Again
14. Fifth Harmony – Sledgehammer
15. Sia – Alive
16. Jessie J – Flashlight
17. Rachel Platten – Fight Song
18. David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj – Hey Mama
19. Jidenna feat. Roman GianArthur – Classic Man
20. Selena Gomez – Same Old Love
21. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Downtown
22. Ariana Grande – Focus
23. Little Mix – Black Magic
24. Maroon 5 – This Summer’s Gonna Hurt
25. FloRida – GDFR
26. Nick Jonas – Levels
27. FloRida feat. Robin Thicke – I Don’t Like It, I Love It
28. Jason Derulo – Want To Want Me
29. One Direction – Perfect
30. Taylor Swift – Style
31. Years & Years – King
32. Ariana Grande feat. The Weeknd – Love Me Harder
33. Justin Bieber – Sorry
34. Kygo feat. Conrad Sewell – Firestone
35. Demi Lovato – Cool For The Summer
36. Britney Spears feat. Iggy Azalea – Pretty Girls
37. Rihanna – Bitch better have my money
38. Missy Elliott feat. Pharrell – WTF (Where They From)
39. Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk
40. Fleur East – Sax
41. Calvin Harris – How Deep Is Your Love
42. Hilary Duff – Sparks
43. Adam Lambert – Ghost Town
44. Skrillex & Diplo feat. Justin Bieber – Where Are You Now
45. Tove Lo – Talking Body
46. Carly Rae Jepsen – I Really Like You
47. Calvin Harris feat. Ellie Goulding – Outside
48. Fall Out Boy – Uma Thurman
49. Madonna – Living For Love
50. Pitbull feat. Ne Yo – Time Of Our Lives
51. Janet Jackson – BURNITUP!
52. Zedd feat. Selena Gomez – I Want You To Know
53. Lily Wood & The Prick feat. Robin Schulz – Prayer In C
54. OMI – Cheerleader
55. Lady Gaga – I Want Your Love
56. Galantis – Runaway (U&I)
57. Walk The Moon – Shut Up And Dance
58. Maroon 5 – Sugar
59. Madonna feat. Nicki Minaj – Bitch, I’m Madonna
60. Drake – Hotline Bling
61. Silento – Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)
62. Fetty Wap – Trap Queen
63. PSY – Daddy
64. Avicii – Waiting For Love
Viva La Pola! 2007, Summer Revolution Rock Festival, Monumenti, Pula, July 28. The Katarina-Monumenti area is on the northern part of the Pula bay. This is a big ex-military complex with several abandoned barracks, magazines, and different army buildings. After the military left, people started using the space for music and arts festivals. GBH are an English punk rock band, formed in 1978 by vocalist Collin Abrahall and guitarist Colin “Jock” Blyth. GBH were early pioneers of English hardcore punk, often nicknamed “UK82” One of the most uncompromising bands in the world. GBH originally formed in 1979 in Birmingham, England, initially known as Charged GBH, to avoid confusion with a band similarly named, later dropping the prefix after it was discovered no other band existed. Their first album, City Baby Attacked By Rats, was released in 1982 to critical acclaim and its follow up, City Baby’s Revenge, released in 1983 fortified the typical GBH sound – noisy and distorted hardcore punk rock. All through the 80’s and 90’s GBH continued to release records and tour the world. GBH have toured everywhere, extensively in the U.S.A., through Mexico to Brazil and Argentina, from Israel and across Europe to Poland and even in Japan. Bands like Metallica, Nirvana, Sepultura, Slayer(who covered Sick Boy on their recent punk covers C.D.) have all cited GBH as an influence. 2002 sees the release of a new album Ha Ha and that is their best in years. Another album, another world tour, and with 28 years under their belt, GBH is bigger and better than ever! Currently the band are working on songs for a new cd and doing one off gigs around europe.
Fellini was one the most notorious São Paulo underground acts from the mid-80’s. They recorded some of the most notable lo-fi albums of the period. Fellini was made up of journalist Cadão Volpato on vocals and multi-instrumentalist and journalist Thomas Pappon (also from Smack and formerly of Voluntários da Pátria) plus Ricardo Salvagni and Jayr Marcos. They fused European post punk influences with electro bossa, drum machine patterns and synths. Fellini released 5 albums, 3 on Baratos Afins, and 1 on Wop Bop and one on Rio de Janeiro’s independent label Midsummer Madness Records.
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In this acoustic guitar lesson series we’re going to learn to play TEN beginner guitar songs with three very common guitar chords; A major, D major and G major.
This lesson shows you how to play the easy open chords version of If you wanna by The Vaccines, a great modern Indie song. If you find you struggle for any reason, then head back to the first video for more work on the chords themselves, or check out an easier section of songs on the website or channel!
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What is PROGRESSIVE ROCK? What does PROGRESSIVE ROCK mean? PROGRESSIVE ROCK meaning – PROGRESSIVE ROCK definition – PROGRESSIVE ROCK explanation.
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Progressive rock (first known as progressive pop, later prog rock, prog, and sometimes art rock) is a rock music subgenre that originated in the United Kingdom with further developments in Germany, Italy, and France, throughout the mid-to-late 1960s and 1970s. It developed from psychedelic rock, and originated as an attempt to give greater artistic weight and credibility to rock music. Bands abandoned the short pop single in favor of instrumentation and compositional techniques more frequently associated with jazz or classical music in an effort to give rock music the same level of musical sophistication and critical respect.
Progressive rock sometimes abandons the danceable beat that defines earlier rock styles and is more likely to experiment with compositional structure, instrumentation, harmony, rhythm, and lyrical content. It may demand more effort on the part of the listener than other types of music. Musicians in progressive rock typically display a high degree of instrumental skill. Musical forms are blurred through the use of extended sections and of musical interludes that bridge separate sections, which results in classical-style suites. Early progressive rock groups expanded the timbral palette of the then-traditional rock instrumentation by adding instruments more typical of folk, jazz, or music in the classical tradition. A number of bands, especially at the genre’s onset, recorded albums in which they performed with full orchestras. Progressive rock artists are more likely to explore complex time signatures such as 5/8 and 7/8. Tempo, key, and time signature changes are common within progressive rock compositions.
Songs were replaced with musical suites that often stretched to 20 or 40 minutes in length and contained symphonic influences, extended musical themes, philosophical, mystical, or surreal lyrics, and complex orchestrations. The genre was criticized, however, as some reviewers found the concepts “pretentious” and the sounds “pompous” and “overblown”.
Progressive rock saw a high level of popularity throughout the 1970s, especially in the middle of the decade. Bands such as Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, the Moody Blues, Yes, King Crimson, Genesis, and Emerson, Lake & Palmer (ELP) were the genre’s most influential groups and were among the most popular acts of the era, although there were many other, often highly influential, bands who experienced a lesser degree of commercial success. The genre faded in popularity during the second half of the decade. Conventional wisdom holds that the rise of punk rock caused this, although in reality a number of factors contributed to the decline. Progressive rock bands achieved commercial success well into the 1980s, albeit with changed lineups and more compact song structures.
The genre grew out of several 1960s “progressive” rock bands. Most of the prominent bands from the genre’s 1970s heyday fall into the “symphonic prog” category, in which classical orchestrations and compositional techniques are melded with rock music. Other subgenres exist, including the more accessible neo-progressive rock of the 1980s, the jazz-influenced Canterbury sound of the 1960s and 1970s, and the more political and experimental Rock in Opposition movement of the late 1970s and onward. Progressive rock has influenced genres such as krautrock and post-punk, and it has fused with other forms of rock music to create subgenres, such as neo-classical metal and progressive metal. A revival, often known as new prog, occurred at the turn of the 21st century and has since enjoyed a cult following.