A late 70's and early 80's musical subculture, stemming from the punk rock movement. Many bands who are considered post-punk can can also be labelled as new wave and goth. Within recent years many new bands have emerged with obvious post-punk influences. The sounds of post-punk are usually dark, rhythm guitar based with strong basslines coupled with simple drumbeats. The vocalists are often very original sounding and the lyrics, insightful as opposed to commercially accessable. Along with the music a fashion developed consisting of very plain clothing, sometimes dark eyeliner and for the boys short simple haircuts and for the girls more flamboyant hair.
post-punk bands include: joy division, bauhaus, the jam, siouxsie and the banshees, the smiths, echo and the bunnymen
A musical genre refering to many newer "indie" bands who play catchy, danceable songs. The tunes usually have a very basic "disco" beat consisting mostly of snare and hi-hat patterns. The guitar is usually very brisk sounding and slightly overdriven, consisting primarily of barre chords. The basslines are typical disco-esque and driving. What makes these bands psuedo disco is that they're several decades late and claim to be "rock" or "indie".
A primary example of a pseudo disco band is Franz Ferdinand and they are awesome.
1. An absence of anything/something.
2. A reply used when a person doesn't feel like explaining themselves.
3. When something is wrong but a person doesn't want to admit it, often used in conjunction with words such as okay and fine
In the black there was nothing.
Person one: What're you doing?
Person two: Nothing (as they continue to do something)