Nu-disco is a 21st-century dance music genre associated with the renewed interest in 1970s and early 1980s disco, mid-1980s Italo disco, and the synthesizer-heavy Euro disco aesthetics. The moniker appeared in print as early as 2002, and by mid-2008 was used by record shops such as the online retailers Juno and Beatport.
Doo-wop features vocal group harmony, nonsense syllables, a simple beat, sometimes little or no instrumentation, and simple music and lyrics. The first hit record to use the syllables "doo-wop" was probably "When You Dance" by The Turbans in 1955. The term "doo-wop" first appeared in print in 1961.
Commonly, electronic devices contain circuitry consisting primarily or exclusively of active semiconductors supplemented with passive elements; such a circuit is described as an electronic circuit. Electronics is considered to be a branch of physics and electrical engineering.
Rebel®'s Pop-R is the standard by which all other topwater poppers have been judged for three decades. Each Pop-R features a dressed rear treble with hyper light-attracting strands of glitter filament for extra flash. The Pop-R produces the right amount of spit, pop and chug to attract strong strikes from the most lethargic fish.
Quiet storm is a radio format and a "super genre" of contemporary R&B, jazz fusion and pop music that is characterized by understated, mellow dynamics, slow tempos, and relaxed rhythms. It was pioneered in the mid-1970s by Melvin Lindsey, while he was an intern at the Washington, D.C. radio station WHUR-FM.
“Soul musuc” is a subgenre of R&B that emphasizes an earthier sound with a strong influence of African-American gospel: soul shouting, melismatuc cicalizatoib, call-and-response, emphasis on the piano and drums versus guitars, and a sometimes imperceptible but never overwhelming amount of grit.