Definition of dadrock in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈdadräk/


Rock music that appeals to an older generation, or that is heavily influenced by that of an earlier era: some reviewers deride his current style as dadrock—music that shouldn’t appeal to self-respecting teenagers
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  • How do you feel about having your music labelled "dadrock" in the British press?
  • The fuse was lit for britpop/dadrock to explode a few years hence.
  • What a contrast with last year, when Dadrock ruled the roost at the first ever Gig On The Green.
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