Definitions for monolithicˌmɒn əˈlɪθ ɪk
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
mon•o•lith•icˌmɒn əˈlɪθ ɪk(adj.)
of or pertaining to a monolith.
consisting of one piece; solid or unbroken.
Category: Common Vocabulary
characterized by massiveness, total uniformity, rigidity, invulnerability, etc.:
a monolithic society.
of or pertaining to an integrated circuit formed in a single chip.
Origin of monolithic:
massive, monolithic, monumental(adj)
imposing in size or bulk or solidity
"massive oak doors"; "Moore's massive sculptures"; "the monolithic proportions of Stalinist architecture"; "a monumental scale"
characterized by massiveness and rigidity and total uniformity
"a monolithic society"; "a monolithic worldwide movement"
Of or resembling a monolith.
Having a massive, unchanging structure that does not permit individual variation.
consisting of a single program using a single memory-addressing space
of or pertaining to a monolith; consisting of a single stone
Monolithic is a synthpop band on the A Different Drum label. Although Monolithic is categorized in the synthpop genre, the infusion of many other sub-genres of electronic music make Monolithic's music distinctive in the synthpop scene. Genres such as breakbeat, trance, ebm, techno, industrial, and downtempo can be found in the music of Monolithic. The music of Monolithic can be described as "intense", "meaningful", "emotional", and "powerful". Midihead is the sole mastermind behind the band, and can be found in the credits of music for remixes, TV, and motion picture trailers. In January 2006, Midihead announced that he was canceling his then-upcoming Monolithic album Evil Behind Smiling Eyes to focus on other projects. The limited pre-release collection of MP3-format tracks remains available on the official site.
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