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Who says punk has to be short and simple? This week, I’m playing a lot of more technical, experimental punk music. This style of “post-hardcore” started in the 80s and was popularized in the early 90s with innovators such as Drive Like Jehu, Fugazi, and Slint, before branching off in a million different directions by the time the late 90s and 2000s rolled around.

Playlist:

Refused- “The Shape of Punk to Come”

At the Drive-In- “One-Armed Scissor”

Drive Like Jehu- “Super Unison”

Slint- “Breadcrumb Trail”

Fugazi- “Suggestion”

Converge- “Distance and Meaning”

Botch- “C. Thomas Howell as the ‘Soul Man'”

Daughters- “The Reason They Hate Me”

Breach- “Painted Face”

The Dillinger Escape Plan- “Milk Lizard”

Killing Joke- “Requiem”

No Means No- “The Tower”

Unwound- “What Was Wound”

 

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