Girls Invented the Emocore, and the Pop Punk too

By Clarissa Ferreira

On this playlist, all the bands have some sort of inspiration on the emo genre. The objective is to represent all the power that women have on melodic and pure rock, beyond the hardcore. It's a beautiful manifesto made with pure feeling. Photo: Julien Baker.

180 songs

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    3:520:30
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    5:330:30
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    Alone at the PartyÓO.K.
    2:130:30
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    3:330:30
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    I Don't Wanna Be Funny AnymoreLucy DacusNo Burden
    2:430:30
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    2:490:30
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    3:270:30
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    3:370:30
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    2:400:30
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    3:130:30
  11. 11.
    2:350:30
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    CynicismNana GrizolRuth
    2:280:30
  13. 13.
    DogwalkPity SexDark World
    4:420:30
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    4:010:30
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    2:030:30
  16. 16.
    3:470:30
  17. 17.
    Hot 97 Summer JamChumpedTeenage Retirement
    2:190:30
  18. 18.
    Scott Get The Van, I'm MovingCayetanaNervous Like Me
    2:460:30
  19. 19.
    They / Them / TheirsWorriersImaginary Life
    2:180:30
  20. 20.
    That Kind of GirlAll DogsKicking Every Day
    2:340:30
  21. 21.
    Peanut Butter DreamDog PartyVol. 4
    2:000:30
  22. 22.
    I Hate the WeekendTacocatLost Time
    2:050:30
  23. 23.
    Wednesday Night MelodyBleachedWelcome the Worms
    3:410:30
  24. 24.
    2:090:30
  25. 25.
    3:320:30
  26. 26.
    Henry Don't Got LoveLe ButcherettesSin Sin Sin
    4:490:30
  27. 27.
    History of HandclapsErase ErrataLost Weekend
    2:030:30
  28. 28.
    The SpinsPotty MouthHell Bent
    3:320:30
  29. 29.
    Trophy WifeyPartylineZombie Terrorist
    2:070:30
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    RomanceWILD FLAGWild Flag
    3:510:30

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