The speedofsound team is proud to present you our sixth weekly playlist featuring, again, a wide range of musical genres freshly picked by our team of eight! Enjoy!
Riot Grrrl is a third wave feminist movement that first emerged from the alternative and punk music scene in the 1990s. This playlist unravels the bands that are strongly associated with the Riot Grrrl scene. Enjoy!
Neo psychedelia is a variety-filled subgenre of psychedelic music that originated in the 1970s as an outgrowth of the British post-punk scene - which still exists until today with the fame of acts such as Tame Impala, Pond, Melody’s Echo Chamber, and Unknown Mortal Orchestra. In this article, contributor Dinda Az’ara Putri has curated a neo-psychedelia playlist for you to enjoy.
Clair De Lune is indeed a popular classical tune that almost everyone knows, one that makes a good lullaby. But did you know that this “lullaby” was a part of a larger musical movement, one that’s often associated with the artistic movement impressionism?
This week, the speedofsound team has curated yet another weekly playlist for you to enjoy - with a wide range of selection from Indonesian urban hip hop to rock, R&B, and even K-pop. Enjoy!
After the great classical period, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Schubert, and friends changed the fate of instrumental music forever...in what way?
Blackgaze is a fusion genre that happens to be a mixture of black metal and shoegaze elements. It first emerged in 21st century and was pioneered by acts associated with a French musician Neige, namely Alcest and Ameoseurs. The sounds of blackgaze have some notable characteristics such as tremolo picking riffs that sound softer than black metal and resemble shoegaze, rapid blast beats, and shrieking vocals. In this playlist, contributor Ralka Skjerseth would offer her best picks of some of the most renowned blackgaze tunes. Enjoy!
Grunge is a subgenre in the alternative rock genre first developed in the mid-1980s and continues to be prominent during the late 1980s and the 1990s. The big four bands of grunge are often named to be Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and Alice in Chains. However, the definition of the genre is way more past these four bands.
Dream pop is a sub-genre derived from a mix of alternative rock and neo-psychedelia that developed in the 1980s. It gives you a floating, dreamy sensation when you listen to the songs from this sub-genre - hence the name "dream pop". Contributor Dinda Aza’Ara Putri has compiled a starter dream pop playlist for those who are interested in diving more into the dream pop world. Enjoy!
In Indonesia, when people talk about music, indie music is a topic that commonly pops up during a conversation. In this article, contributor Dinda Aza’Ara Putri has compiled a list of Indonesian indie pop songs for you to enjoy.