Garage Punk

Garage punk is a fusion of garage rock and modern punk rock. It is music characterized by a dirty, choppy guitar sound—usually played by bands who are on independent record labels or who are unsigned. Garage punk bands often distance themselves from hardcore and political punk bands.

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