Indonesian rock

Rock Indo (Indonesian:Rock Indo) is rock music from Indonesia, a product of the culture and globalizing outlook of the country, similar to this genre's music globally.[1] Indonesian-specific ideas about individualism, interdependency, modernism, and the supernatural have also been observed in the rock videos and music of the nation.[1] Some Indonesian rock bands sometimes perform in the Dangdut style, which was created as a reaction to the influx of popular American music into the country in the 1960s.[2] Due to the politicizing of the Dangdut form in the 1980s, forms of rock which contained more foreign influences came to represent dissent from the Suharto government.[2]

One of the largest rock festivals in Indonesia is the Jakarta Rock Parade, a 3-day festival recently hosting over 100 bands.[3]

List of bands

This is a list of Indonesian rock bands:

See also


  1. Kacy Richmond Behind the Scenes: Indonesian Rock Archived 2009-01-08 at the Wayback Machine, Bi-College News, March 1st, 2005 . Retrieved 01-31-2009
  2. David Hill and Krishna Sen, Rock'n'Roll radicals Archived 2009-07-09 at the Wayback Machine, Inside Indonesia 52, Oct-Dec 1997. Retrieved 01-30-2009
  3. Indonesia rediscovers its own rock legend, International Herald Tribune, August 1, 2008. Retrieved 01-31-2009
  4. "Changcuters bikin histeris". WawasanDigital (in Indonesian). 2008-11-14.
  5. "Brunei: 'Cokelat' flavour to fill Amphitheatre". Asia Africa Intelligence Wire. 2003-07-03.
  6. "Rock legends make comeback for tsunami victims". The Jakarta Post. 2005-04-29. Archived from the original on 2009-05-27.
  7. "Jamrud's new album 'Ningrat' cements status as top band". The Jakarta Post. 2001-06-03. Archived from the original on 2009-07-09.
  8. "Band Netral Belum Berminat 'Ngepop'". ANTARA News (in Indonesian). 2007-11-30. Archived from the original on 2007-12-05.
  9. "/rif Rilis Pil Malu". Gatra (in Indonesian). 2006-09-19. Archived from the original on 2012-10-31.
  10. Garger, Ilya; Perry, Alex; Shum, Keane; Tedjasukmana, Jason (2005-09-12). "Five Asian Albums Worth Buying'". Time Magazine Asia.
  11. "Sucker Head (Kembali) Menggebrak dengan 'Hipertensi'". Sinar Harapan (in Indonesian). 2004-09-25. Archived from the original on 2004-10-26.
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