Generation Gap: Pop-Punk Has Become Timeless

by Zack Zarrillo - Apr 18, 2012

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Jason Tate from AbsolutePunk struck up a conversation with me today about the “golden olden” days of pop-punk compared to the new “defend pop punk” movement. After going back and forth, Jason put together a Rdio Playlist of older pop-punk bands for me to check out, and I helped curate a list of what he’s calling “nu-pop-punk” bands (The Wonder Years, Man Overboard, The Story So Far). You can check out both Playlists here. Reblog this post or comment on the AP.net thread to us know your opinions on the earlier era of pop-punk versus today’s and what other songs should be included in both Playlists!

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