Today's article will be dedicated to country music, the genre which emerged in the American countryside, in the southwestern part of the U.S., and which constitutes an embodiment of national folklore.
In a previous article, we wrote about the particular style of music called retrowave, which grew out of the desire to hybridize something old-fashioned with modern trends. Therefore, today's piece will be about a rather comparable style of music which has emerged in a somewhat similar way.
This article will take you to India, particularly to the state of Goa, which has given its name to the genre of music that will be described in today's article.
We have thought for a long time about how to proceed with our new music column. It seems that, having started with post-rock, it is necessary to keep going in that particular direction, meaning that we should tell you about other music genres and performers that are no less entertaining and unique. Today we are going to talk about retrowave.
The Youth Time Magazine is launching a new column dedicated to music. We will tell you about various genres of music and will offer insight into their distinctive features as well as brief histories. Let's start with something non-trivial and light, easy-to-listen to and capable of catching the fancy of as many readers as possible – the seasoned music lovers as well as those who are just starting to get acquainted with the world of music. Please meet Post-Rock.