Art Rock

Art Rock is a genre of music that emerged in the late 1960s and is characterized by its emphasis on artistic expression, experimentation, and a fusion of various musical elements. Rooted in the rock genre, art rock deviates from conventional song structures and incorporates avant-garde, progressive, and classical influences. Bands associated with art rock often seek to push the boundaries of traditional rock music by integrating complex arrangements, intricate instrumentation, and conceptual themes into their compositions. The genre is known for its intellectual and abstract lyrical content, as well as its commitment to elevating music to a form of high art. Art rock has produced diverse subgenres and has influenced a wide range of musical styles, contributing to the evolution of progressive rock, symphonic rock, and other experimental genres.

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