Fiddler Records founder Amy Fleisher Madden’s new book ’Negatives: A Photographic Archive of Emo (1996-2006)’ features essays by members of My Chemical Romance, Thursday, Something Corporate, The Get Up Kids, Motion City Soundtrack, Texas Is The Reason, and Braid, and a foreword by Chris Carrabba.
Michael Tedder’s book Top Eight: How MySpace Changed Music is out now. Here is an excerpt from a section about the intersection of Myspace and emo in 2003.
Writer and author Chris Payne joins us on the BrooklynVegan podcast to discuss his new oral history on the 2000s emo explosion, ‘Where Are Your Boys Tonight?,’ out now on Dey Street Books…
American Football, alongside their label Polyvinyl Records and Atiba Jefferson, Chris Strong, and Open House Contemporary, have bought The American Football House.
”I remember Tim Kinsella walking around my high school with the Achtung Chicago! Zwei! compilation,” Chris Broach said. ”That, to me, that was an explosion. That gave me the whole context for what the scene was.”
We recently ran a list of 25 classic emo & post-hardcore albums turning 10 in 2023, and we dive even deeper into those albums on the new episode of the BrooklynVegan podcast with guest Drew Beringer.
2003 was a crucial year for the 2000s emo/post-hardcore boom. Here are 30 classics from that year, including Thursday, Thrice, Cursive, The Appleseed Cast, Death Cab for Cutie, The Jealous Sound, and more…
Knapsack also speak about the word ”emo,” their long-awaited vinyl reissues, and much more in our new podcast interview.