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Neo-psychedelia is music that emulates or is heavily influenced by the psychedelic music of the 1960s. It began to be revived among British post-punk bands of the later 1970s and early 1980s and was taken up by groups including bands of the Paisley Underground and Madchester scenes, as well as occasional interest from mainstream artists and bands into the new millennium.
- subgenre of Hard rock, Psychedelic rock, Heavy metal, Psychedelic pop, Jam band, Space rock
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by Frank Hoffmann
early 1980s, fragmenting into a wide array of spin-offs, including techno-pop, the new romantics, neo-rockabilly, neo-psychedelia, goth rock, thrash, alternative dance, the ska/bluebeat revival, and indie rock. The latter style, known as ...
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