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Last Active 11-30-20 7:37 pm
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12.10.20 Emo Is Not Dead12.28.19 A Decade Under the Influence
04.30.19 New New Job02.21.19 Post Rock
08.15.18 New Job07.26.18 Fitter, Happier, Going To See Radiohead
01.31.18 State of the Union07.11.17 Album rules, No Review, So a List Will
06.22.17 A Very Late JWT 201606.18.17 Oktoberfest
01.10.17 JWTs Tracks: 2016 Edition 12.28.15 A Very Merry JWT 2015
12.01.15 JWT's Best Songs of 201509.25.15 Great New Music
09.22.10 Jwt's Songs Of 201005.02.10 Jwt's 2010 So Far
12.17.09 Jwt155's Albums Of The Year

Emo Is Not Dead

As someone who was an angsty teen during the mid 00's and the heyday of the Warped Tour/Emo scene, I've very much enjoyed Matt Cutshall's satirical "felt emo might delete" videos over the years. Past week he dropped a new song under the band name "Your Broken Hero", and it's honestly much better than it has any right to be: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGo_2-XtA6I Sure, it may be some run of the mill music, but he really does nail the tone and image of an era that has surprisingly stuck around nostalgically in people's hearts. Thoughts?
1Taking Back Sunday
Tell All Your Friends
2Saosin
Translating the Name
3Brand New
Deja Entendu
4Underoath
They're Only Chasing Safety
5My Chemical Romance
The Black Parade
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