Monthly Archives: February 2018
Grindcore (Grindcore) – the hardest musical (?!) Direction of all ever created by mankind. The first grind album was released by perverts from Napalm Death (England), mixing in music the energy of the most brutal representatives of hardcore (Cryptic Slaughter, for example) with the severity and aggression of Death metal and maximizing this mixture. They got a bunch of ultra-heavy, ultra-evil and ultra-short (from a few seconds to 2-3 minutes!) Compositions. Such a miracle simply could not go unnoticed in the ranks of misanthropic citizens, and after the “napalms” from the British cellars a huge number of new teams emerged playing grind, including Carcass, who became famous as the most bloodthirsty group on planet Earth. Jazz musician John Zorn even managed to play Grindcore on the saxophone. For some time, grindcore was very popular (as much as ANYONE can be popular), but due to its limited nature, it could not maintain its position and gave way to new, more promising genres. Continue reading
There was a new sensation in the early 60s when Chubby Checker invited everyone to dance to The Twist and Let’s Twist Again. Around the same time, the charts began to conquer a new style, born in America’s Detroit automobile heart (Motor Town) and dubbed “motown”. At the top of popularity were The Supremes, The Temptations, Marvin Ray, The Miracles, Mary Wells and “Kid” Stevie Wonder. Subsequently, Diana Ross from The Supremes and Stevie Wonder became a legend in the music industry.
Two weeks after the release of The Supremes, Buttered Popcorn, the debut single in the United States, four young men – John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Pete Best, who called their group The Beatles – began regular performances in the Liverpool club Cavern. A year later, after Besta replaced the new drummer Ringo Starr, the group recorded the song Love Me Do. Continue reading