We dive deeper into our recently-published list of the best emo & post-hardcore albums of 2002 with a podcast episode that dives into the making of the list, the albums on it, some albums that were left off, and more…
In honor of its 20th anniversary, this edition of ‘In Defense of the Genre’ looks back on ‘Full Collapse,’ the most pivotal album of the post-hardcore/emo explosion.
Post-hardcore and progressive rock have merged in various aways over the past few decades and continue to do so. This edition of In Defense of the Genre looks at 15 2000s albums that shaped this sound.
In 2011, the new wave of post-hardcore came into full effect with seminal albums by Touche Amore, Pianos Become the Teeth, La Dispute, Defeater, Title Fight, and more. This edition of ‘In Defense of the Genre’ looks back on those albums for their 10th anniversary, the overall punk landscape of 2011, and today’s young bands who are starting their own new wave
With concerts still cancelled, we recommend these classic live videos of Jets To Brazil, Jimmy Eat World, Pedro the Lion, Rilo Kiley, Rainer Maria, Sunny Day Real Estate, and more…
From lifers like Envy and Owen to bright new voices like Infant Island and Stay Inside, here are 14 emo, screamo, and/or post-hardcore albums from this year that you need in your life.
This edition of ‘In Defense of the Genre’ looks at 15 albums that defined the melodic style of post-hardcore that took off in the early 2000s thanks to bands like At the Drive-In, Thursday, and Glassjaw, many of whom are still breaking ground and/or influencing new bands today