>>47087729 you're a decade or two late (pic related)
>>47087822 punk's still huge, especially in the indie realm. Garage Punk is doing great, Post-Hardcore is doing great, the hardcore scene is going strong. Post-Punk has nothing to do with anything in this thread, but a lot of the sadcore, "post-rock", lo-fi goth, and indie bands of today are basically just post-punk. Plus there's, you know, an entire post-punk revival
>>47087939 >garage punk is doing great If you like p4k buzzbands, maybe. garage was dead and buried before it began >Post-Hardcore is doing great If you like "new sincerity" tumblr trash. >hardcore scene in its own insular and well-worn language, maybe >post-punk revival embarrassing
>>47087965 there hasn't been a defining punk record for a long time; there's been amazing punk inflected albums like the new White Suns, but nothing for punk to call its own. it isn't as if there's no room to try exciting new things in the punk format
Honestly, classic 90's/early days of Pop Punk stuff is really great. If you stay away from the Myspace era and such, there's some really great stuff. >tfw I like emo and pop/punk but like listening to pop/punk more
>>47088009 that's bullshit. You really have no idea
>>47087984 So you admit that all those scenes/genres are alive and thriving, but you dismiss them because you dislike them. I'm fine with you disliking them, but it's kind of irrelevant to the topic.
>>47088024 it's pretty nit-picky to the punk-style bands nowadays aren't really punk bands. I assume by "punk format" you mean the Ramones/Sex Pistols/UK82 3 chord shout style, but that strict definition has never actually aligned with what was going in the punk scene. Of the early bands that defined punk, Patti Smith was putting beat poetry over garage rock, Television was incorporating jazz, Richard Hell & The Voidoids had free jazz influenced instrumentation, Talking Heads had an intense minimalist style, Blondie was a pop group, The Damned and The Cramps incorporated gothic horror elements to garage rock, Pere Ubu and DNA incorporated avant-garde noise and unconventional structures, Alternative TV experimented a lot and Subway Sect was semi-lounge . . .
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