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A punk-influenced variant of , prominent in the mid-1990s, was dubbed "cuddlecore". Led by bands such as cub, Bunnygrunt and Maow, cuddlecore was marked by harmony vocals and pop melodies atop a -style musical backing. Cuddlecore bands were usually, although not always, all-female and essentially represented a more pop-oriented variation on the then-current scene.

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  • Avatar for goldfishclowns
    Probably because it's not an actual genre, it's something someone coined as a joke to describe what Cub sounded like.
  • Avatar for Nimbie
    It's nice how so many people dismiss an entire genre of music just because they think it SOUNDS stupid/they don't know what it is... [2]
  • Avatar for JohnnyBrain
    кисоньки, мяу
  • Avatar for ShortStack
    twee as punk
  • Avatar for vivalabiela
    Twee Punk.
  • Avatar for mokusenhand
    Hawww yeah, this is where it's at people.
  • Avatar for gothicaljordan
    It's nice how so many people dismiss an entire genre of music just because they think it SOUNDS stupid/they don't know what it is...
  • Avatar for Ipsascientia
    cutecore
  • Avatar for megabyte_
    Isn't this just twee/indiepop in disguise? Is the only "difference" that qualifies a band/song as cuddlecore the fact that it's influenced more by punk? Because I would have said that was still just twee.
  • Avatar for DigitalLove42
    =]

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