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So Im bored and I like sharing stuff I know so I figured I could make a thread where I teach you about some of the history of various genres of popular music. 7 posts and 1 image reply omitted. Click reply to view.
Today I thought I would introduce you to one of my favorite genres, Post-punk!
So let's dive into this, Post-punk is a significant genre as it represents a evolutionary ancestor of a ton of genres that emerged in the 80s and 90s including New Wave, Synthpop, Gothic, industrial, noise rock, Jangle pop and various styles of dance rock.
But before that, we got to talk briefly about Punk and it's relationship to post-punk ...
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I don't know anything about music except for "this sounds nice"
It's one of the every single subject I am a total idiot about.
De Heideroosjes are said to be punk.
I haven't seen Ebon around in a while now...
Modern English is a nice example of how many post-punk type bands will be only known for having a few hits or one hit but actually have a "deep bench" (to use a sports metaphor).
This is possibly my favorite of their songs, which isn't their iconic "I Melt With You" (though I love that one as well):