"The Future of What? A Panel on Punk in the 1990s"

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If the ’70s was the decade in which punk rock was born, the ’90s was when the genre came of age, with offshoots like riot grrrl, skate punk and postpunk becoming popular during that decade. At this discussion, music writers Sara Marcus (Girls to the Front: The True Story of the Riot Grrrl Revolution) and Maura Johnston (The Awl, Village Voice), along with musicians-cum-writers Eric Davidson (New Bomb Turks) and Norman Brannon (Texas Is the Reason) will discuss how punk evolved—and, eventually, fizzled out—during those ten years.


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