September 18, 2019, 16:53 | Updated: September 18, 2019, 4:56 PM
On July 25, 1965, Bob Dylan shocked fans by going electric, paving the way for bands to become musical chameleons. See the best examples here …
Today marks 38 years to the day Dispatch Mode released them I can’t get enough Single.
But since then, Dave Gahan and the pioneers of electro have changed their style and sound several times.
Let Radio X bring together some of New Order’s best musical chameleons at The Cure.
Which bands have changed their sound the most?
Before: sparkling electro pop.
Afterwards: a gloomy and gloomy electro rock.
Before: Baggy influenced by Stone Roses.
After: rock and roll influenced by the Rolling Stones.
Ocean color scene
Before: shuffly baggy.
After: Mods mods mods.
Before: dark post-punk and long waterproof.
After: Hi-NRG electro disco.
Before: eccentric and witty post-punk.
After: Gothic soundscapes loaded with doom.
Before: the retro rock garage.
After: dance hymns fueled by “substance”.
Before: Unqualified hardcore punk.
After: accomplished hip hop.