"The Cold Light of the Morning" (Radio Promo Edit) by Hardware to Halo - Alternative Modern Rock
"The Cold Light of the Morning (Radio Promo Edit)"
by "Hardware to Halo"
©2018 - Copyright - Hardware to Halo / Michael McCormack & Russell Chamberlain
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock - Release Date: 2018
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Video Produced by Michael McCormack
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Melodic alternative modern rock inspired by: Phoenix The White Stripes Foo Fighters The Killers Nirvana Red Hot Chili Peppers Muse Coldplay Radiohead U2 Simple Minds REM Snow Patrol Arcade Fire Kaiser Chiefs Brandon Flowers Editors Interpol Keane Kasabian Travis Depeche Mode The Cure The Mission The Smiths Mogwai The War On Drugs
Paper Route Chvrches Death Cab for Cutie
Modern rock is a rock format commonly found on commercial radio; the format consists primarily of the alternative rock genre. Generally beginning with late 1970s punk but referring especially to alternative rock music since the 1980s, the phrase "modern rock" is used in the USA to differentiate the music from classic rock, which focuses on music recorded in the 1960s through to the early 1980s.
A few modern rock radio stations existed during the 1980s, such as KROQ-FM in Los Angeles, 91X (XETRA-FM) in San Diego, WHTG FM 106.3 (now, WKMK) on the Jersey Shore, WLIR on Long Island, WFNX in Boston and KQAK The Quake in San Francisco. Modern rock was solidified as a radio format in 1988 with Billboard's creation of the Modern Rock Tracks chart. The 1988 episode of the VH1 show I Love the '80s discussed INXS, The Cure, Morrissey, Depeche Mode, and Erasure as modern rock artists of that year.
For most of the 2000s, modern rock radio stations mostly featured songs that were crossed over from the active rock format. During the early 2000s, these two genres made up most of the modern rock format, despite the format being a heavily diverse format genre-wise (for example, in 2003, it was not uncommon to hear diverse artists like Jack Johnson, Muse, Coheed and Cambria, The Postal Service, The Mars Volta, Junior Senior, Snow Patrol, Story of the Year, The Black Keys, and Kings of Leon all played on the same modern rock station). By the mid-2000s, the revivals of genres such as post-punk, garage rock, noise rock, and dance-punk (often tagged in as the post-punk revival) took its place but the post-grunge and nu metal genres still had some success.
Today, modern rock serves as an indie-driven radio format featuring new, young and recent indie rock bands and artists. EDM, common indie rock artists heard on the format today include Imagine Dragons, Arcade Fire, The 1975 and Bastille.
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