At a medicine shop near Temple Street. In Kowloon, Hong Kong
I hate you microsoft paint…. I think i’m going to try windows media player instead.
I hate you Winamp…. I think I’m going to try Steam instead. >:(
I hate you Firefox…I think I’m going to try iTunes instead.
I hate you Windows… I thin k I’m going to try Gas Central Heating instead
I’m going to show you how not racist my little sister and I are by being incredibly racist!
For fuck’s sake, you fail hard, http://bexstarr.tumblr.com/.
It is a sad, sad time when people don’t just know this.
Considering they’re two completely different music genres, I don’t know how anyone could even make a comparison in the first place 8|a
Also, if we want to get ~technical~, punk was the culture and fashion. The music genre itself was called hardcore. So basically, if you want this to make sense, it should be “hardcore will always be better than dubstep”.
Or, y’know, you could enjoy your own music for yourself rather than criticising someone else’s tastes?
Woah woah woah there…
Hardcore is a type of punk. When we’re talking punk or punk subgenres, we’re talking 60’s Protopunk/Garage sound, we’re talking NY punk, ‘77 Punk, we’re talking Oi!, we’re talking Crust, Anarcho, Riot Grrl, Skate, Street, Ska-Punk, 2-tone, Celtic-, Folk-, Gypsy-, Dance-, Pop- Punk… And those are just a selection of genres that fall within the Punk umbrella.
If we take “Another State Of Mind” and “The Decline of Western Civilisation” as truthful sources, then we have to take Hardcore as a separate entity that was a unique generational response but inclusive of an understanding of their part within a larger musical genre.
tl:dr, Hardcore is Punk but Punk isn’t Hardcore.