Genre: japanese post-punk
Japanese post-punk music is a genre that emerged in the late 1970s and early 1980s, characterized by its experimental and avant-garde sound. It often features distorted guitars, electronic elements, and unconventional song structures. The lyrics are often introspective and deal with themes of alienation and social commentary. This genre has continued to evolve and influence Japanese music, with contemporary bands incorporating elements of shoegaze, noise rock, and indie pop.