Genre: belgian new wavePlay genre
Belgian new wave is a music genre that emerged in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It is characterized by its use of synthesizers, drum machines, and electronic instruments, as well as its dark and moody lyrics. The genre was heavily influenced by punk rock and post-punk, and often features a blend of punk energy and electronic experimentation. Belgian new wave bands were known for their innovative sound and their willingness to push the boundaries of traditional rock music. Today, the genre is still popular in Belgium and has influenced many other electronic and alternative music genres around the world.