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A friend of mine who is a goth music enthusiast but is a little late to the recent rise of post-punk and goth friendly music this last decade asked me the other day:. Where did this boom of goth music came from all of a sudden; I cannot explain it? This piqued my interest to find out why or how. There must have been the right conditions for this to happen Here is a chronological mix to go along with this article. The track list is at the end.
The following is a list of notable artists that have been described as gothic rock by reliable sources. Gothic rock bands grew from the strong ties they had to the English punk rock and emerging post-punk scenes. The Doors' lyrics and their "audience-antagonizing performances" have even been seen as the beginning of gothic rock. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 10 March Archived from the original on October 22,
Gothic rock alternately called goth-rock or goth is a style of rock music that emerged from post-punk in the United Kingdom in the late s. The first post-punk bands which shifted towards dark music with gothic overtones include Siouxsie and the Banshees ,   Joy Division ,    Bauhaus ,   and the Cure. The genre itself was defined as a separate movement from post-punk. Gothic rock stood out due to its more dark sound, with minor or bass chords, reverbs, dark arrangements or dramatic and melancholic melodies, having inspirations in gothic literature allied with themes such as sadness, existentialism, nihilism, dark romanticism, tragedy, melancholy and morbidity. These themes are often approached in a poetic way. The sensibilities of the genre led the lyrics to represent the evil of the century and the romantic idealization of death and the supernatural imagination. Gothic rock then gave rise to a broader goth subculture that included clubs, fashion and publications in the s, s, and s. According to music journalist Simon Reynolds , standard musical fixtures of gothic rock include "scything guitar patterns, high-pitched basslines that often usurped the melodic role [and] beats that were either hypnotically dirgelike or tom-tom heavy and 'tribal'". Gothic rock typically deals with dark themes addressed through lyrics and the music's atmosphere. The poetic sensibilities of the genre led gothic rock lyrics to exhibit literary romanticism , morbidity, existentialism , religious symbolism or supernatural mysticism.