數學搖滾

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數學搖滾
曲風起源
文化起源
1980年代后期美国(芝加哥匹兹堡圣迭戈洛杉矶)及日本
典型樂器
普遍程度 1980年代后期至1990年代中期较低;2000年代中期低至中等程度
融合曲風
数学核英语Mathcore
区域特色
芝加哥 - 圣迭戈 - 美国南大西洋地区 - 匹兹堡 - 波士顿 - 圣路易斯 - 日本
其他主題
后摇滚 - 简约音乐 - 器乐摇滚英语Instrumental rock

數學搖滾(Math-rock)(或稱"數字搖滾")是一種實驗性的搖滾風格,80年代後期 萌芽於美國。

數學搖滾曲風大多混合噪音搖滾(Noise rock)、後搖滾(Post rock)、前衛搖滾(progressive rock)、簡約音樂(Minimal music)、電子音樂(Electronic music)等。它的一個特點是編曲複雜,經常使用不規則停頓或開始、不自然節拍結構(odd time signatures)、棱形旋律(Angular melody)、對位法(counterpoint)、延伸和弦(extended chords)、不協調和弦(dissonant chords)、非典型和弦進行(atypical Chord progression)。一般搖滾樂都以 4/4 拍 作歌曲結構,而數學搖滾則頻繁使用不對稱節拍,如 7/8 拍, 11/8 拍, 13/8 拍,並於歌曲中交錯換拍,[1][2] 例如一小段 9/8 拍,轉換至 8/8 拍 ,再轉換至 6/8 拍,讓聽眾有錯摸的詭異感覺。 又例如,在同一首樂曲使用 3/4 拍的鼓、4/4 拍的結他、3/4 拍的低音結他,卻讓每樣樂器巧妙地於不同音軌上「對在一起」,聽起來又順暢不礙耳[3]。因複雜結構如數學運算,故此稱為「數學搖滾」。[4]

亞洲數學搖滾樂團 [5][6][编辑]

其他數學搖滾樂團可參見 " list of Math-rock"

資料來源[编辑]

  1. ^ "en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Math_rock" In this article:"Math rock is a rhythmically complex, often guitar-based, style of experimental rock and indie rock acts that emerged in the late 1990s, influenced by progressive rock bands like King Crimson, as well as 20th century minimalist composers such as Steve Reich. It is characterized by complex, atypical rhythmic structures (including irregular stopping and starting), counterpoint, odd time signatures, angular melodies, and extended, often dissonant, chords. Whereas most rock music uses a basic 4/4 meter (however accented or syncopated), math rock frequently uses asymmetrical time signatures such as 7/8, 11/8, or 13/8, or features constantly changing meters based on various groupings of 2 and 3."
  2. ^ " Genre Profile: Math-Rock (By Anthony Carew)(紐約時報旗下的about.com) " In this article:"Math-rock is a sound whose roots trace back to the American hardcore scene of the late-'80s.… Math-rock is, as its name suggests, renowned for its complexity. Where rock'n'roll is eternally stuck in 4/4 time, math-rock bands deliberately employed strange meters like 7/8 and 11/8. Bands flaunt virtuosity, not as individual players, but as a unit: stopping and starting at irregular intervals, turning on a dime and breaking in new, unexpected directions as one."
  3. ^ 《狂飆的年代-Rock n Roll:Down the Flaming Road》 ISBN 9789866631818
  4. ^ "en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Math_rock"In this article:"This rhythmic complexity, seen as "mathematical" in character by many listeners and critics, is what gives the genre its name.“
  5. ^ " list of Math-rock"
  6. ^ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Math_rock#Japanese_groups