The sea change within pop-punk in the last couple of years has been unmissable, bringing with it changes that have felt entirely detrimental, and a mentality around them that has been ignoring them. We take a deep dive in to see exactly what the genre has turned into, why this has happened, and what might be in store in the future.
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In this Review Round-Up, Maroon 5 nosedive while KennyHoopla and Travis Barker soar, joined across the board by Garbage, K.Flay, Sleater-Kinney, Tigercub, Superlove, Mammoth WVH, Another Now and Whispering Sons.
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