l . 
‘I 
.  V Ti

4

‘I
E! 
I
 anmsu Ggczrnl

 

3;:  s1:: m:s! a
~. —.- - '". ;u>'4!! ! V’-‘W5 ‘ , 
 L . . ‘ . 

'1‘ , 
.‘ ‘
1  1
/ ,5 J
.  ‘N
‘ I
J
& _, .''
4 -' ‘ El ‘
— '1 '-¢l——J~_
1»...
i”5“~'. '~>: ,,. :-‘.9 
1/4' 1‘ , . ‘J $
- .  ‘ , -.'. '.n:4 ‘  V.  '
 ;   ~: -f-. .~-2124.1
I _ 

inn 311111111191

/ W
NL§ggHESTER

u gum p tug

,  1 . ‘c’. E鑧‘. ?.%£‘? ’3f’L°1.-
.   I _ . 

 
  
 

4

5

E
1
z
3

lJlIn- mun.  .. 

    
  ...
|i| DIE MUSIC

Early 1980s

  Rebellion against major record labels
* Geoff Travis

Bands kept ownership of material
50/50...
Morrissey
Most important indie band of 1980s

4 Hated Margaret Thatcher

Supported the coal miners strike

* Proud of thei...
MADCHESTER

Late 1980s — Rave culture

Acid House

Haciena Club

Happy Mondays

The Stone Roses

Elements of dance music i...
GRUNGE

US bands dominance in 80s
West Coast

* Nirvana

it

Energy and drive in music
Easy music,  so many could perform
...
HIP HOP

East Coast
Dr Dre

* B. |.G

Tupac

  Also UK Dance style music — EAST 17
Anglo Centric Song Themes,  observational sometimes biographical {.44 ‘, ,:L. ,*

Influences:  The Kinks,  The Who,  David...
Song themes express a desire to escape the monotony of
life,  are drug influenced or are about self respect. 

Influences: ...
‘A  ' Songs about failing relationships,  being
an outsider or drug related

 

Major Influences:  David Bowie,  The Smiths...
Song styles:  Art school camp,  anger and
intelligence,  political comment. 

Major influences:  Roxy Music,  T. Rex,  The...
copo~i_cncn4>wio-

Common Musical Elements in Britpop

.  Guitar based instrumentation

.  24 or 32 Bar Song Form usually ...
Brislide
Brislide
Brislide
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Brislide

1,003 views

Published on

Published in: Entertainment & Humor
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
1,003
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
63
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Brislide

  1. 1. l . ‘I . V Ti 4 ‘I E! I anmsu Ggczrnl 3;: s1:: m:s! a
  2. 2. ~. —.- - '". ;u>'4!! ! V’-‘W5 ‘ , L . . ‘ . '1‘ , .‘ ‘ 1 1 / ,5 J . ‘N ‘ I J & _, .'' 4 -' ‘ El ‘ — '1 '-¢l——J~_ 1», < _I 4 . ._ . , I -' _ *1-—______ ~ ‘ 1 _. - — v 1 -Q ‘nJ I/ ' " '- 3 V .5‘ if“ <. ._1-‘ , , 1. 1 -. +‘« . .~a I, -. L‘ I 1 , ' . I ‘Aux ~ _ '1 , _ A , , >_7 1 . ‘I _-__ ; _ fir . ,_ _. 1‘x‘l'IZ1} "L I‘ }. ..
  3. 3. i”5“~'. '~>: ,,. :-‘.9 1/4' 1‘ , . ‘J $ - . ‘ , -.'. '.n:4 ‘ V. ' ; ~: -f-. .~-2124.1
  4. 4. I _ inn 311111111191 / W
  5. 5. NL§ggHESTER u gum p tug , 1 . ‘c’. E鑧‘. ?.%£‘? ’3f’L°1.- . I _ . 4 5 E 1 z 3 lJlIn- mun. .. A / /// //4// /// /, . ‘ 3‘ I ‘1 ar‘ 4 — , z , 1 . ixgé K. :7 g? ‘ ‘,1 1 nIla-. ‘- ‘V7’. 6 EG_WL W5 , F.*:2°: :J*. :§%-.9.“ . , . ~ . ... ... . -v : -no‘' 0 z. .-u r.1u. fl|N"“' VIOLENT smut-: s A I .9s2°. s*r§2.:3.¢mr 1 at 5* 1 4: e_! ,tI, L!-W57 '1 ‘
  6. 6. |i| DIE MUSIC Early 1980s Rebellion against major record labels * Geoff Travis Bands kept ownership of material 50/50 deals Network of shops selling records by local bands The Smiths
  7. 7. Morrissey Most important indie band of 1980s 4 Hated Margaret Thatcher Supported the coal miners strike * Proud of their Englishness at 5% it Despised major labels (until they signed for one) Avoided the spandex, long hair look of 80s Angst ridden, self absorbed lyrics , ,.
  8. 8. MADCHESTER Late 1980s — Rave culture Acid House Haciena Club Happy Mondays The Stone Roses Elements of dance music into indie style Happy to be commercially successful The Madchester Rave on EP Floating vocals over guitar riffs and electronic effects. Nasal sounding, sliding up and down from the notes Proud of mancunian accents
  9. 9. GRUNGE US bands dominance in 80s West Coast * Nirvana it Energy and drive in music Easy music, so many could perform British rock still heavily produced with lots of sounds added
  10. 10. HIP HOP East Coast Dr Dre * B. |.G Tupac Also UK Dance style music — EAST 17
  11. 11. Anglo Centric Song Themes, observational sometimes biographical {.44 ‘, ,:L. ,* Influences: The Kinks, The Who, David Bowie, XTC, Madness, Squeeze London & SE based - “Mockney" accents Use of first person lyrics Damian Hirst connection , A, ,;; gi‘i, Experimental in style and instrumentation Football, the dogs and “| ad" culture Flirtation with politics The Gorrmaz
  12. 12. Song themes express a desire to escape the monotony of life, are drug influenced or are about self respect. Influences: The Beatles and The Sex Pistols, Paul Weller, Stone Roses, Happy Mondays. Mancunian vocals and “Madchester” club scene Clever and witty lyrics, jokes at listener’s expense __ . Football, England and “lad" culture , ;,_f“*: - Gritty guitar based rock with Beatles inspired pop melodies Drugs, cigarettes & alcohol if ‘ ‘ Public support of the ’ Labour Party I
  13. 13. ‘A ' Songs about failing relationships, being an outsider or drug related Major Influences: David Bowie, The Smiths “Best new Band in Britain” 1992 without a song being released Lyrics try to be elegant and intriguing but become gloomy and full of self parody. Unlike other Britpop bands, they embrace the use of electronic instruments Moved away from Britpop and became less successful Major split after the second album "Dog Man Star" Androgynous image (Bowie influence) led to controversy, as did the album cover above.
  14. 14. Song styles: Art school camp, anger and intelligence, political comment. Major influences: Roxy Music, T. Rex, The Walker Brothers I". -~---~~- A moderately successful band from Sheffield that relocated to London and jumped on the Clever lyrics but often about Britpop bandwago, -._ Jarvis Cocker’s own ceiebrity Musical style once cruelly described as “disco-skiffle". Prone to publicity stunts, such as the stage invasion at the Brit Awards and the instructions for making a packet to keep drugs in that lead to tabloid outrage. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire s «S ‘P inn,
  15. 15. copo~i_cncn4>wio- Common Musical Elements in Britpop . Guitar based instrumentation . 24 or 32 Bar Song Form usually Verse, Chorus & Middle eight . Styles that are reminiscent of the bands of the 1960s & 1970s . Strong lyrical focus . Avoidance of the 12 bar blues sequence Use of unexpected chords, breakdowns and rhythmic patterns . Limited role for instrumental solos Use of guitar “barre” chords . Anglo-centric themes

×