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  1. Etymology and usage The term "punk rock" was first used to describe the music of American garage bands of the mid 1960s, and was not solidified as a genre until 1976. [5] When referring to 1960s groups, the term "garage punk" is usually deployed interchangeably with "garage rock". [6]

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  2. Trash (nightclub) Categories: Punk rock genres. American styles of music. Fusion music genres. Garage rock. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.

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  4. Beginning References Garage punk (fusion genre) Garage punk is a rock music genre. It combines the sounds of garage rock, punk rock, and other forms, that started in the indie rock underground between the late 1980s and early 1990s. [2] Bands were influenced from stripped-down 1970s punk rock [1] and Detroit proto-punk. [2]

    • 1980s, United States
  5. Ska punk is a fusion music genre that combines ska and punk rock, often playing down the former's R&B roots. Ska-core is a subgenre of ska punk, blending ska with hardcore punk . The more punk-influenced style often features faster tempos , guitar distortion , onbeat punk-style interludes (usually the chorus), and nasal, gruff, or shouted vocals.

  6. for Garage punk is a rock music fusion genre combining the influences of garage rock, punk rock, and often other genres, that took shape in the indie rock underground between the late 1980s and early 1990s.

  7. Jul 23, 2016 · Install Wikiwand for Chrome Garage punk is a rock music genre. It combines the sounds of garage rock, punk rock, and other forms, that started in the indie rock underground between the late 1980s and early 1990s. Bands were influenced from stripped-down 1970s punk rock and Detroit proto-punk.

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