Translation of alt-country in Spanish:

alt-country

country alternativo, n.

(alt.country)

Pronunciation /ˈɔltˌkəntri//ˈɒltˌkʌntri/

noun

Music

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    country alternativo masculine
    alt-country masculine
    • Stylistically, both bands remained just outside any standard indie rock and alt-country conventions.
    • The Duke electrified the stage with their unique blend of alt-country and hard rock, ensuring that audience members would quickly snap up every copy of their new album before the day was over.
    • Obviously heavily influenced by Americana alt.country, she transcends them all in stunningly enthralling style.
    • However, the lush arrangements of their music are more alt-country than drab suburbia.
    • The man who wrote Patsy Cline's ‘Crazy’ was an outlaw before alt-country was a glimmer in its papa's eye.