"Sorry but emo is dead—we’re all Instagram whores now."
Don't Blink 182wice, it's time for even more game theory.
Another win for logic and science.
Or, 'How Emo Continues to Take Over the World, One Industry at a Time.'
The Emo Revival Ends Here: The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die Made a Perfect Indie Rock Record
Don't call 'Harmlessness' emo revival. This is post-emo.
We had the emo pioneer listen to 11 bands like Balance and Composure, Into It. Over It., The Hotelier, and La Dispute and tell us what he thought of the direction the genre has taken.
(Hood rat stuff = Play Magic: The Gathering and listen to Pearl Jam)
Mike Kinsella talks about getting the band's act together for their much-anticipated reunion shows.
The track comes from the group's upcoming record 'Hebrews.'
This is the story of when the shit kicked in.
The Into It. Over It. frontman's first band and others didn't cater to emo's lowest common denominator. And it paid off.