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Note: This was moved from another question by @JasmineMcShea to avoid having two separate questions in the same post.

[Trying to find a better genre description for] what I THINK is Rock'n'Roll, not sure, found most of it on a TV show called Lucifer (good show btw) he called it devil music,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYJ1IrxDLPM Sinister Kid by The Black Keys

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3VGbIpCFSA Sweet Providing Woman by Paul Otten

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0E4KmSgUM4 Dangerous by Royal Deluxe

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBtPrNZdvfg Hipster Shakes by Black Pistol Fire

I know most of these all have a vintage feel to them, even the more modern ones have a guitar sound the feels very vintage and I'm in love. What's that guitar sound called btw?

Please help fuel my addiction.

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These are modern 'garage rock' influenced bands. Garage rock has influence from rhythm & blues, punk rock, and traditional rock-n-roll. The mainstream success of 00's bands like the white stripes, the hives, the vines, the strokes, and the black keys popularized the genre.

Modern Pop-rock/Modern rock would be what I consider your examples. It owes a lot to the 'garage rock' revival of the 00's, but goes for a more polished and produced sound, and with more pop influenced composition and hooks. The Arctic Monkeys or Royal Deluxe would be a good example of modern pop-rock. Comparing the Black Keys albums Rubber Factory or Thickfreakness to Brothers is also a good comparison of the subtle difference.

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