The term was developed by record company execs in the late 70s to introduce new styles of rock that wouldn't have the negative connotations of "Punk." Replacing guitars with synthesizers and drums with drum machines, a bright, quirky sound emerged in New Wave that lasted until a guitar backlash erupted in popular rock. -- altexpert
Rock, Classic R&B, Garage Rock, Glam, Psychedelic
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