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Music without Labels XXV Heavy metal by Motörhead Prodigious jazz by Ketil Bjørnstad and Anja Lechner Bueno´s author pop Heavy metal I: Introduction Heavy metal constitutes one of the most extensive sections of rock. It’s a visceral music that leans on the image and the adolescent myth of rock as a...
Music without Labels XXVI Detroit´s activism by MC5 The positive energy of Intact Animal Kodaline´s youth pop-rock Heavy metal II: MC5 In Detroit, between 1967 and 1969, music and politics converged in a scene of leftist radicalism. John Sinclair, frontrunner of the activist organization White...
Music without Labels XXVII Rhythm and blues revisited by Led Zeppelin Ayax y Prok´s old-school rap Innovation and roots by Figure Walking Heavy metal III: Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin was a sequel to the British band The Yardbyrds, led by the highly esteemed guitarist Jimmy Page. He was accompanied by...
Music without Labels XXVIII The identity of heavy metal by Deep Purple Rock and lo-fi by Fischer Tropsch Skinshape´s reverie Heavy metal IV: Deep Purple Deep purple was the British band that established many of the hallmarks of heavy metal. Thanks to a good list of famous songs and to the musician’...
Music without Labels XXIX Satanic nihilism by Black Sabbath I am Dive´s musical landscapes Pop and soul by Joel Sarakula National: I am Dive I am Dive is a duo formed by José Antonio Pérez and Esteban Ruiz, veteran musicians of the more experimental scene. They have been recognised by prestigious...
Music without Labels XXX Heavy´s new wave by Iron Maiden Sacred minimalism by Arvo Pärt Power beat by Los Giros Heavy metal VI: New Wave At the end of the sixties, new bands appeared on the UK’s productive underground scene. By mixing traditional heavy metal and the speed of punk, they gave way to...
Music without Labels XXXI The heavy energy of AC/DC Tricia Evy´s vocl jazz Pop stories by Esplendor Heavy metal VII: AC/DC With an electrifying and popular metallic blues, the Australian band AC/DC built a bridge between the decadent hard rock of the mid-seventies and the new heavy rock wave of the...
Music Without Labels XXXII American heavy by Ted Nugent New romantic by Blaue Blume The unpredictable Jaguares de la Bahía. Heavy metal VIII: United States In the United States it was a wide range of artists, ranging from the hippie movement of the pioneers Mountain to the Grand Funk Railroad trio...
Music without Labels XXXIII Van Halen heavy metal circus Black Toska´s vital anguish Southern soul by James & Black Heavy metal IX: Van Halen Van Halen is Eddie van Halen’s band. He is a North American guitarist of Dutch origins. Vocalist David Lee Roth stands out. He is a rocker, exhibitionist...
Music without labels XXXIV Black heavy by Thin Lizzy Yasmine Hamdan´s arabian underground Americana music by All la Glory Heavy metal X: international Heavy Heavy metal is an international language. Thus, we can find bands like Accept (Germany), Krokus (Switzerland), Rose Tattoo (Australia), Trust...
Music without Lables XXXV Pure adrenaline with The Birthday Party Abolitionist punk by 1865 Larsen C & The Millennials´ afrobeat jazz Heavy metal XI: Other types of “hard” Parallel to heavy metal, there is another school of guitarists who generated a “hard” sound. They are not based on...
Music without Labels XXXVI Punk jazz by The James Blood Ulmer Blues Experience Nada Surf´s melodic rock The eclecticism by Alis. Heavy metal XII: Nueva York The city of New York has always been the gathering place for “heavy” guitarists. From controversial ones like Arlo Linsay to vanguards like...

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