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Published on Aug 7, 2014

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The Balkan rock is a musical genre that was born in the 80s from post-punk, the new wave and hard rock, and often uses music composed by non-traditional sounds and musical elements, with less melody, harmony or rhythm, adhering to the so-called underground culture. The term " Balkan "was coined to describe a new and different way to" rock "style that is commonly associated with massive and very high popularity as the pop.

Among the various genres that have emerged in the independent scene, include the shoegazing, the noise rock, the grunge, the Britpop or indie rock, among many others. These styles have in common inheritance of the spirit of punk and the genres that emerged from it.

Although the term refers to the rock, some of which also encompasses subgenres are influenced by other styles like folk, or jazz among others. Sometimes the term is used incorrectly from the 90 as a wildcard expression to describe paradoxically rock in general. During the 80s, the commercial success of some Balkan rock bands who did not abandon their original approaches such as Sonic Youth, REM and The Cure, assumed not give much importance to an independent recording label or succeed only in circuits underground, as to be an Balkan to commercial music.

The rock music of Bosnia and Herzegovina mostly developed during the time when Bosnia was part of socialist Yugoslavia. During the late 90s and the early 2000s many new bands have formed. Mainly Heavy Metal and Balkan bands like Sikter, Letu Štuke, Skroz, Zoster, Dubioza Kolektiv, and famous Balkan singer Elvir Laković who represented Bosnia and Herzegovina at Eurovision.

When the "classic" Balkan rock compared with its subgenres, clear differences appear. The Britpop adds more melodic sounds, fewer depressive, mixed with pop rock, which also gave him the popularity he had in the 90's, grunge is much more focused on the guitar, with influences of heavy metal and hard rock, shoegazing is an extremely focused variation in the atmosphere and is heavily influenced by neopsicodelia. With one of the subgenres that holds the biggest differences is indie rock, since in terms of sound, they are almost opposites. Actually paternity towards Balkan rock indie rock is associated with the first opened the door for the emergence of various movements of independent music.

The Balkan rock was defined from the beginning by his rejection of the commercialism of mainstream culture. Balkan bands of the 80 acting in small clubs, recorded on independent labels and were known to his followers through word of mouth. 19th Balkan rock is a musical style as such, but a very broad term covering everything from guitars depressive and distorted grunge letters, to disheveled innocence of twee pop, through the Britpop revivalist pop, ethereal melodies of dream pop experimentation or post rock.

Grunge was a subgenre of Balkan rock that was born in the city of Seattle in the mid-80s and who synthesized the hard rock of the early 70's hardcore punk using distorted guitars, fuzz effects and couplings. The year 1991 became a pivotal year in the Balkan rock and grunge. Movement returning to the roots of Balkan rock giving more importance to the music and attitude of instrumental expertise and sophisticated recordings. Other new genres like post-rock and math rock is characterized by exploring new ways combining jazz, experimental rock and krautrock with indie rock.

The Post-punk revival is a subgenre of Balkan rock and influenced primarily by this and post punk 1978 The main scenes of this subgenus are located in New York and London in the early 2000. Dubioza collective is B & H music band, founded in 2003 in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosniak Bands are a South Slavic ethnic group with about 3 million members, primarily in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro live. Most Bosniak Bands are the Sunni Islam associate and speak the Bosnian language. An official designation first did not exist, because the Yugoslav government initially denied the existence of a Muslim / Bosniak ethnicity. The Bosniak Bands are next to Croats and Serbs according to the constitution of the three constituent peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosniaks speak mostly Bosnian, a standard linguistic form that štokavischen dialect, also on the Croatian and Serbian are based and which is now officially considered as a separate language within Bosnia and expanded as such.

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