Genre: street punkPlay genre
Street punk is a subgenre of punk rock that emerged in the late 1970s and is characterized by its raw, aggressive sound and politically charged lyrics. The music often features fast-paced guitar riffs, pounding drums, and shouted vocals. Street punk bands often address social and political issues such as poverty, inequality, and government corruption. The genre has a DIY ethos and is associated with a rebellious, anti-establishment attitude.