Good hardcore music

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Splintering off from punk-rock in the s, hardcore took the toughest edges of punk and fashioned them into a bludgeoning device. Brighton bunch Dead Swans channelled the confusion of young love and mental illness into heart-rending, ear-splitting audible imperfection on their debut. There are few conversations that are sure to ignite arguments in the modern hardcore community quite like which of the Frank Carter-era Gallows records was superior. No shit. Do not let the media, schools, institutions, influence you. We are one family, one people.

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No Echo's primary goal is to help spread the word about hardcore, both new and old. I've said this before, but I know how contentious these lists can be and it's impossible to make everyone happy, but I welcome to hear whatever picks you think I might have missed. This NYC-based outfit keep true to their local roots, with a sound that brings to mind late '80s, early '90s hardcore from their region. The Florida group had me where they wanted me the second I heard the opening seconds of the EP's first track, "War Party. One of the most hyped new bands to emerge from the hardcore scene in was undoubtedly Ekulu. Comprised of musicians who've played in such acts as Candy and Glory, Ekulu are worth all of the praise, and that is evident in their self-titled demo.

Hardcore music

Hardcore punk often abbreviated to hardcore is a punk rock music genre and subculture that originated in the late s. It is generally faster, harder, and more aggressive than other forms of punk rock. It was also inspired by New York punk rock and early proto-punk. Hardcore punk generally disavows commercialism , the established music industry and "anything similar to the characteristics of mainstream rock " [13] and often addresses social and political topics with "confrontational, politically-charged lyrics.
By , the writing was on the wall: Punk rock might have been making headlines, but it wasn't moving units. The industry responded with the skinny tie bands, retroactively labeled New Wave, a safer, more accessible take on the back-to-basics energy of punk. The street reacted by buzzing its collective head, throwing out the fashion designers and putting the musicians in the driver's seat. The result was a rawer, tougher, more stripped down form of punk known as hardcore. See also: The 20 Worst Hipster Bands.