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Indie folk is a music genre that arose in the 1990s from musicians in the indie rock community influenced by folk and classic country music. Indie folk combines the catchy melodies of indie rock with the acoustical sounds of contemporary folk music. Early artists included Ani DiFranco and Dan Bern. Later artists of note included The Decemberists, Fleet Foxes, The Cave Singers, Loch Lomond, Bon Iver, Or, The Whale, Great Lake Swimmers, and Blind Pilot.
- subgenre of Folk rock
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by Dr. Stanford Felix
indie folk A genre combining indie pop, rock, and folk, the style became popular in the 1990s with artists such as Beck, the Dodos, and Kings of Convenience. indie pop A genre that ...
by Bernice E. Cullinan, Diane Goetz Person
Indie folk tales themselves, many of them heard and read by children, are often pan- Indian as well as international, comprising the distinct genres of moral tales, beast fables, aetiologies, local legends, romances, Marchen. tales about tales, ...
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