Music genres similar to or like Emo
Rock music genre characterized by an emphasis on emotional expression, sometimes through confessional lyrics. Wikipedia
American rock has its roots in 1940s and 1950s rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and country music, and also drew on folk music, jazz, blues, and classical music. Further influenced by the British Invasion of the American pop charts from 1964 and resulted in the development of psychedelic rock. Wikipedia
- Dave Beech of Clash noted that these groups were "[d]arker and more mature" than those previously, taking influence "and occasional indifference" from 1990s emo.
- This set includes a bonus AVCD featuring Tuloy Pa Rin, Nakapagtataka, Tuliro (Semi-Emo Version), Pasubali (Acoustic Version), Intercept, and Pasubali (Radio Edit).
- Formed in 1995, the band was a major player in the mid-1990s Midwest emo scene, otherwise known as the "second wave" of emo music.
- Out of the punk scene, the Goth and Emo subcultures grew, both of which presented distinctive visual styles.
- On "Butcher's Hook", Taylor specifically targets "all those little emo boys", commenting, "People give us shit for wearing outfits, but all of those guys look exactly the same."
- While on the independent circuit Cibernético founded a group called Los Bizarros, a group representing "alternative life styles" such as Punk, Emo and Cross-dressing.
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