Monday, July 26, 2010

Emo Culture is Popular

Emo is a distinct culture and a sub-culture that has become extremely popular especially amongst the boys and girls who love old punk music of the mid 80s from Washington DC. Starting as a small rock band, emo culture spread like wildfire in the early parts of the 90s but later on it cooled down for quite some time until the beginning of the 21st century. During the last five years, we have once again seen a rapid emergence of emo culture and its popularity in many parts of the United States and some other countries.

Emo culture and subculture is influenced to a great extent by Indie Scene and Core Music and includes some of the most popular bands and groups such as Embrace, Fire Party, One Last Wish and Moss Icon, among many others. Emo culture includes its own fashion statements, styles, clothing sense, haircuts, hairstyles and accessories, many of which are common for emo boys and emo girls. Emo kids follow their unique culture with emo poems, emo crafts and emo styles. Emo culture and emo chants derive some unique characteristics from emo concerts and emo rock bands.


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