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Hardcore got too violent, punk got too pretentious, and DC got progressive, this was Washington DC in Summer 1985 Revolution Summer refers to the metamorphosis of the hardcore punk community of Washington, DC in the summer of 1985. The Revolution Summer bands are retrospectively credited with starting the subgenres of punk known as post-hardcore and emocore ("emotional hardcore"). Some of the most notable and memorable of the Revolution Summer bands are Rites of Spring, Moss Icon and Embrace, though other… read more

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