Punk Rock for Sissies

I recently gave a talk “Punk Rock for Sissies: The Return of Affect in Early 21st Century American Indie Rock” at the AHRC Metamodernism conference at Radboud University in Nijmegen, Netherlands. It was great to mingle with other theorists of metamodernism and share ideas! Here’s a link to a transcript version of the talk.
https://medium.com/what-is-metamodern/punk-rock-for-sissies-74e57c10396a

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Interested in the pop culture transition from post-modernism to metamodernism? You might also like Metamodern Television: Professor Baylock’s take on the significance of The X-Files episode “Jose Chung From Outerspace,” and our thoughts on the matter.

Or, for more on the rise of metamodern music, check out our musings on: The Ben Folds Five, SUFJAN STEVENS, Conor Oberst / Bright Eyes, CocoRosie, Ceelo Green, or BROCKHAMPTON, a metamodern hip-hop boy band.

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