Emo Pop sprouted from the crossover of pop-punk and Midwest emo bands, but also includes pop-punk bands with a heavy emocore influence.
Nothing but reasons to go for a ride.
Jess 5 Nov 2013, 11:24am Flight Facilities — Crave you 29 Oct 2013, 6:18pm Bob Dylan — Don't Think Twice, It's All Right 26 Sep 2013, 11:05am Jake Bugg — Two Fingers 26 Sep 2013, 9:35am Crystal Skulls — Count Your Gold 13 Sep 2013, 12:39am The Mountain Goats — Hast Thou Considered the Tetrapod? God bless you, ashtray petting zoo.
These bands are heavily influenced by Cap'n Jazz and often have a strong bent towards math rock and post-rock in their song structure and guitar work.
Horrible fingers ran right through your hair.
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Eliot — Sore Subject Parquet Courts — Careers in Combat Parquet Courts — Instant Disassembly Parquet Courts — You've Got Me Wonderin' Now Peter Bjorn and John — Objects Of My Affection Pink Floyd — Dogs Pink Reason — Dead End Pixies — Blown Away Pixies — Tame Pixies — The Holiday Song xxxx Protomartyr — Ypsilanti Public Enemy — Rebel Without a Pause Richard Hell and the Voidoids — Blank Generation xxxx Richard O'Brien — Rose Tint My World xxxx Richard O'Brien — Super Heroes Slow Animal — Saturday Morning Sonic Youth — I'm Not There Sonic Youth — Wish Fulfillment The Antlers — Wake xxxx The Devil's Anvil — Misirlou The Dodos — Bob The Dodos — Men The Mountain Goats — Dance Music The Mountain Goats — Deuteronomy 2:10 The Mountain Goats — Hast Thou Considered the Tetrapod? Eliot — Incoherent Love Songs P.
Midwest Emo is a style of indie rock that takes from the song structure and occasionally vocal style of the previous emo bands, but imbues it with pop sensibilities and a more gentle touch.