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    Folks,

    I find myself hitting up the same 10-15 albums when I'm in a mood to listen to some aggro punk. I'm pretty sure nothing I'm listening to was made after 2005 -- also pretty sure 90% of it was made before 1996.
    I reached out to a few friends and they're all drawing blanks. So I'm turning to the collective mind. Has anything exceptional landed in the past 14 years? I'm sure it has, right?

    Here's what I want: The first time I listened to Repeater I shivered. I literally had goosebumps. I want that again.

    Too much to ask?
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    Default Re: Punk - After 2005?

    Saw them @ ‘91.

    This post is a tall order.

    I got nothin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by false_aesthetic View Post
    Folks,

    I find myself hitting up the same 10-15 albums when I'm in a mood to listen to some aggro punk. I'm pretty sure nothing I'm listening to was made after 2005 -- also pretty sure 90% of it was made before 1996.
    I reached out to a few friends and they're all drawing blanks. So I'm turning to the collective mind. Has anything exceptional landed in the past 14 years? I'm sure it has, right?

    Here's what I want: The first time I listened to Repeater I shivered. I literally had goosebumps. I want that again.

    Too much to ask?

    You just need to look harder

    So much good pink right now, people are pissed!!

    New Idles = SO Good

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    Default Re: Punk - After 2005?

    Death Grips
    Fucked Up
    Jeff Rosenstock
    Hot Snakes
    Pissed Jeans
    Priests
    Screaming Females
    Sleaford Mods
    Speedy Ortiz
    Tropical Fuck Storm
    Whores
     

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    Surfbort

    Last edited by joosttx; 4 Weeks Ago at 09:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by false_aesthetic View Post
    Folks,

    I find myself hitting up the same 10-15 albums when I'm in a mood to listen to some aggro punk. I'm pretty sure nothing I'm listening to was made after 2005 -- also pretty sure 90% of it was made before 1996.
    I reached out to a few friends and they're all drawing blanks. So I'm turning to the collective mind. Has anything exceptional landed in the past 14 years? I'm sure it has, right?

    Here's what I want: The first time I listened to Repeater I shivered. I literally had goosebumps. I want that again.

    Too much to ask?
    I've not been following for a long time, put some names down, thanks!
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    Punk is dead.

    Everybody just smokes weed and listens to doom metal and stoner rock.

    I'm only half joking.

    I second whoever suggested Screaming Females. PUP out of Canada are great and are active. Cloud Nothings are still in heavy rotation for me. Although not much like Fugazi, if you turn on the PUP radio on Spotify, there has been a ton of modern stuff that I have really been into lately.

    The Lawrence Arms are going on a small tour at the end of the summer that I'm stoked about.

    Also, if you're just looking for something to listen to, listen to Damian Abraham's (of Fucked Up) podcast, Turned Out a Punk, lots of good conversations there.

    But I agree, I have been having a tough time finding new music lately, especially if you want to see something live (in Buffalo, NY at least).
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor View Post
    Punk is dead.
    It died when the 100 Club closed, duh.

    To the OP: You want bands since 2005 that sound like a specific set of bands from before 2005? Sorry I can't help you and I'm probably glad about that since (1) I don't want new bands that sound like old bands and (2) I never have understood "punk" as a specific sound, but rather as an artist's commitment to follow his/her muse to where it flowers.

    If I misunderstood your query, my snark is apologetically withdrawn.

    Me?
    I've been listening to a guy who's band opened for the Pistol's final show, Alejandro Escovedo. He even has a song about Sid & Nancy ("It makes no sense/It makes perfect sense")
    Ted Leo channels the spirit of the Clash while sounding like himself.
    Sleater Kinney should be releasing a new record later this year.
    Joanna Newsom is probably the most iconoclastic artist I've been enraptured with recently. She play the harp.
    GO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joosttx View Post
    Surfbort

    I never connected with Punk music... I like related things... surf, garage, etc., but that was delightful.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by zambenini View Post
    I never connected with Punk music... I like related things... surf, garage, etc., but that was delightful.
    Gibby !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    Gibby !!!

    - Garro.
    Lol, I had to google that. OK, on the nose. Was into metal. Then jam bands. Now I listen to almost nothing but Andrew WK, Khruangbin, or Afrobeat depending on the color of my mood ring.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by zambenini View Post
    Lol, I had to google that. OK, on the nose.



    Was into metal. Then jam bands. Now I listen to almost nothing but Andrew WK, Khruangbin, or Afrobeat depending on the color of my mood ring.
    I saw the surfers almost 30yrs ago !!!

    Hey, check these guys out.


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    Default Re: Punk - After 2005?

    These guys probably won't make you relive the Repeater experience but they have some good songs.





    What are those 10-15 albums you're listening to?
     

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    Ex-Cult
    Nots
    GØGGS
    Got some cash
    Bought some wheels
    Took it out
    'Cross the fields
    Lost Control
    Hit a wall
    But we're alright

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    Not sure any of these will match Fugazi, but here are some bands I’ve been digging lately.

    Biters


    Ravagers


    Dr. Boogie


    The Adjusters


    Toys That Kill
     

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    No clue of the date but Lars and Rancid get it done. Someone mentioned stoner rock, I've heard Pepper refer to CoC as such. This is the best song ever...

     

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    @Stevegarro, I love kikagaku moyo. Momentary continuation of thread drift: if you like them, you need to listen to Khruangbin. They rule.

    Back on it: I need to give punk more of a chance. Great stuff in this thread.
     

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    Check out Spin Age Blasters radio show with DJ Creamo Coyl and his archives on WFMU.
     

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    I've been enjoying War on Women.

    Year of the Fist is one I stumbled on today that I think I'll be digging.

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    Does Gnod count? I can see why it wouldn't, but I honestly don't know what gets to count as punk or not. Anyway, I love this album.

     

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