Britpop


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Britpop

(ˈbrɪtˌpɒp)
n
(Pop Music) the characteristic pop music performed by some British bands of the mid 1990s

Britpop

A form of rock music produced by British bands in the 1990s and characterized by memorable guitar-driven tunes, a brash outgoing attitude, and a pre-occupation with British as opposed to American cultural experience.
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Britpop

[ˈbrɪtpɒp] nbritpop f

Britpop

n (Brit Mus) → Britpop m
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BRITPOP legends Lightning Seeds will be headlining this year's Stockton Calling.
THE sights and sounds of the 1990s are set to return to Newcastle this week as a Britpop tribute band take to the stage with a little help from Manchester icons Oasis.
This was the Liquidation loves Britpop night at EBGBS, in Seel Street - and a brilliant night was had by all.
By 1993, any guitar band releasing music was tagged Britpop, led by Suede, Blur and Pulp and followed by everyone from Sleeper and Supergrass to Cast and the Bluetones.
Along the way we meet a man who went from football hooligan to raver, a Britpop enthusiast who reminisces about her first Blur gig, and a hip-hop fan who shares his footage of London's burgeoning rap scene.
The quartet say: "Our sound would be classed as Britpop or rock.
Not only that - but both those Britpop throwbacks will release a new album in 2016.
CAST One of the best bands to come out of the Britpop scene, John Power's lot will be cranking out a steady stream of anthems at Glasgow's O2 ABC.
OCEAN Colour Scene celebrated their 25th Anniversary in true Britpop style, as they played a special homecoming gig at Birmingham's Symphony Hall.
TEESSIDE music fans are set for a fine time when Britpop band Cast play Middlesbrough Town Hall.
Q This Thursday you're performing at BBC Radio 2's celebration of Britpop.
PRESENTERS Jo Whiley and Steve Lamacq are to revive their on-air partnership when their Evening Session returns for a week to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Britpop.