이모 아티스트 목록 - List of emo artists

이것은와 관련된 주목할만한 음악 아티스트의 목록입니다 음악 장르 및 / 또는 하위 문화이모 .

Emo멜로디 음악 성과 표현력 있고 종종 고백 가사가 특징 록 음악 스타일입니다 . 1980 년대 중반 워싱턴 DC하드 코어 펑크 운동 에서 시작되었으며, "감정적 인 하드 코어"또는 "이모 코어"로 알려졌으며 Rites of SpringEmbrace같은 밴드가 개척했습니다 . 스타일이 현대 미국 펑크 록 밴드에 반영됨에 따라 그 사운드와 의미가 바뀌고 변경되어 팝 펑크인디 록혼합되어 1990 년대 초 JawbreakerSunny Day Real Estate같은 그룹에 의해 캡슐화되었습니다.. 1990 년대 중반까지 미국 중서부중부 에서 수많은 이모 행위가 등장했으며 여러 독립 음반사가이 스타일을 전문적으로 다루기 시작했습니다.

Emo는 2000 년대 초 Jimmy Eat WorldDashboard Confessional 의 판매 성공으로 주류 문화에 진입했으며, 이 장르의 인기 My Chemical Romance , Fall Out Boy , Red Jumpsuit같은 밴드와 함께 2000 년대 중후반까지 계속되었습니다. 장치 .

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참고 문헌

서지

  • Greenwald, Andy (2003). 기분이 좋지 않음 : 펑크 록, 청소년 및 이모 . 뉴욕 : 세인트 마틴의 그리핀 . ISBN 0-312-30863-9.

메모

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  2. Leahey, Andrew. "검토 : Barrington High에서 빠른 시간 " . AllMusic . 만회하는 2011-04-02을 . Barrington High의 Fast Times 는 2008 년 최고의 이모 팝 앨범 중 하나는 말할 것도없고 커리어 하이라이트가되기에 충분한 점수를 얻었습니다.
  3. McCready, Tim (2000 년 7 월 ~ 8 월). "인디 리뷰" . HM 매거진 . 보관 된 원본 2000년 9월 18일에 . 만회하는 2011-08-04을 .
  4. ^ Yeung, Neil Z. "수락 | 전기 & 역사" . AllMusic . 검색된 년 8 월 (1), (2016) .
  5. Wilson, MacKenzie. "에이스 문제 해결사" . AllMusic . 만회하는 2011-08-31을 .
  6. Parker, Nick (2006 년 7 월 19 일). "AFI는 솔트 레이크 시티에 이모 펑크를 가져옵니다" . 글로브 . 솔트 레이크 커뮤니티 칼리지 . 2009 년 4 월 27 일에 원본 문서 에서 보존 된 문서 . 2009 년 4 월 20 일에 확인 .
  7. Bruce Britt (2006 년 10 월 15 일). "AFI" . Bmi.com.
  8. ^ https://www.allmusic.com/album/r1548250
  9. Heany, Gregory. "공허함-Alesana" . AllMusic . 2011 년 12 월 27 일에 확인 함 .
  10. Shepherd, Sam. "Alexisonfire- Crisis (리뷰)" . MusicOMH . 2009 년 4 월 20 일에 확인 .
  11. ^ "과연 히 시간의 시험을 멈춘 20 개의 Emo 앨범" . NME.com . 2015 년 1 월 14 일 . 만회 년 7 월 (29), 2015 .
  12. Jacobs, Justin (2009 년 9 월 9 일). "Emo를 입증하는 10 개의 밴드가 항상 핫 토픽 트윈 세트를위한 것은 아니 었습니다" . 매거진 붙여 넣기 .
  13. Leahey, Andrew. "모든 미국인 거부 : 전기" . Allmusic . 2009 년 4 월 20 일에 확인 .
  14. Apar, Corey. "최저가" . AllMusic . 만회하는 2011-08-19을 . ... [All Time Low morphed]는 멜로디 한 이모 팝 연기로 변신했습니다.
  15. Sendra, Tim. "DVD에 곧바로" . AllMusic . 만회하는 2011-08-19을 . All Time Low의 좋은 시간, 느슨하고 가벼운 마음의 이모 팝 브랜드 ...
  16. Mason, Stewart. "거의 : 전기" . Allmusic . 2009 년 4 월 20 일에 확인 .
  17. ^ Luerssen, John D. " 가능성과 약속 : 검토" . Allmusic . 2009 년 4 월 20 일에 확인 . [The] 앰버 퍼시픽의 이모 펑크 굳건한 사람들이 바위 근육의 존재감을 높이고 돌아옵니다 ...
  18. ^ 서리가 내린 것을 Amber Pacific으로 올립니다 . Seattle Times , 2007 년 6 월 15 일. 2007 년 6 월 25 일 액세스.
  19. ^ a b Phares, Heather. "미식 축구 : 전기" . Allmusic . 2009 년 4 월 20 일에 확인 . Kinsella의 이모 / 포스트 록 혈통에는 Cap'n Jazz 및 Joan of Arc와 같은 밴드와 함께하는 음악이 포함됩니다. American Football은 재즈 템포, 팝 훅 및 진지한 보컬을 사운드에 혼합하여 유사한 미학을 공유합니다.
  20. ^ "미식 축구는 17 년 만에 첫번째 새 앨범을 발표하고, 새 노래를 공유하십시오 : 경청하십시오" . 갈퀴 . 2016-08-23 . 2016 년 12 월 27 일에 확인 함 .
  21. Prato, Greg. "Cities-Anberlin | AllMusic" . AllMusic . 만회하는 2011-04-19을 . 고맙게도, 그들은 일부 팝 펑크 밴드가하는 성가신 frat-boy-esque shtick에 특화되어 있지 않습니다. 대신 Anberlin은 emo 경로를 따르는 야심 찬 무리가 될 수 있습니다.
  22. Heaney, Gregory. "Dark Is the Way Light Is a Place-Anberlin | AllMusic" . AllMusic . 만회하는 2011-04-19을 . 이 새로운 방향은 Anberlin을 나머지 이모 록 팩에서 분리하는 데 큰 도움이됩니다.
  23. Rose, Jen. "JesusfreakHideout.com : 2011 년 하이라이트-2011 년 새 음악을 앞두고" . 예수 괴물 은신처 . 만회하는 2011-04-19을 .
  24. Fryberger, Scott. "Jesusfreakhideout.com : 그리고"누가 지구를 대변 하는가? "리뷰" . 예수 괴물 은신처 . 만회하는 2011-04-19을 . 그러나 금속에서 춤추는 이모로의 칭찬할만한 전환을 제외하고, ATTWN은이 분야에서 너무 훌륭한 앨범을 만들지 않는 것 같습니다.
  25. Prato, Greg. "누가 지구를 대변 하는가?-그리고 아무도 없었다 | AllMusic" . AllMusic . 만회하는 2011-04-19을 .
  26. Bogdanov, Vladimir; Chris Woodstra; Stephen Thomas Erlewine (2002). 록에 대한 모든 음악 가이드 : 록, 팝 및 소울에 대한 결정적인 가이드 (3 판). 밀워키 : Hal Leonard Corporation . 피. 27. ISBN 0-87930-653-X. 탁월한 이름의 이모 밴드 ... And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead는 1994 년 후반에 결성되었습니다 ...
  27. DePasquale, Ron. "기념일 : 전기" . Allmusic . 2009 년 4 월 20 일에 확인 . Anniversary는 1999 년 Heroes and Villains와 계약을 맺은 후 남성-여성 보컬, 장리 기타 및 신디사이저 키보드의 혼합을 이모 장면에 가져 왔습니다.
  28. ^ Phares, 헤더. "검토 : 폐하 " . Allmusic . 만회하는 2011-04-02을 .
  29. Sendra, Tim. "검토 : 우리 편의 악마 : B 측 및 희귀도 " . Allmusic . 만회하는 2011-04-02을 . 특히 인상적인 곡은 2000 년 'I Believe That the End of the Reign of Terror is soon is soon'. 이모 프로그 (프로그 모?)가 훗날 완성 될 것으로 예상되는 서사적 길이의 깊이 느껴지는 곡이다.
  30. 그리피스, JT. "리뷰 : 기념일 / Superdrag" . Allmusic . 만회하는 2011-04-02을 . 애니버서리 트랙은 밴드 팬들의 관심을 끌 것이며, 이모에서보다 복고풍의 1960 년대 록 사운드로의 진화가 어떻게 진행되고 있는지 보여줄 것입니다.
  31. Ankeny, Jason. "애플 시드 캐스트 : 전기" . Allmusic . 2009 년 4 월 20 일에 확인 .
  32. Morris, Kurt. "믿을 수있는 꿈-수면을위한 갑옷 | AllMusic" . AllMusic . 2011 년 5 월 29 일에 확인 함 . 그들은 Hum-like dark space rock과 The Get Up Kids-flavored emo-pop을 결합하는 능력있는 일을합니다.
  33. ^ Luerssen, John D. "당신이 죽었을 때 무엇을-잠을위한 갑옷 | AllMusic" . AllMusic . ... Armor for Sleep의 두 번째 앨범은 엄청나게 제작 된 노래와 점점 진부 해져가는 운동의 규범에 도전하려는 열망으로 펑크 / 이모 안테를 올립니다.
  34. a b c d Lex, Sean (2008 년 1 월 14 일). "일단 아무것도,"처음 온 법 "검토" . 예수 괴물 은신처 . 2011 년 629 일에 확인 함 . 그와 같은 진지한 소리의 행동과 As Cities Burn, Haste the Day 또는 Chasing Victory와 같은 더 많은 멜로디 / 이모 / 누-메탈 그룹 사이에는 아무것도 없습니다.
  35. Buckley, Peter; 조나단 버클리 (2003). 록에 대한 대략적인 가이드 (3 판). 런던 : 대략적인 가이드 . 44–45 쪽. ISBN 1-84353-105-4.
  36. 수지, Exposito. "역대 최고의 이모 앨범 40 개" . rollingstone.com . 롤링 스톤 . 2016 년 3 월 1 일에 확인 함 .
  37. Fallon, Patrick (2014 년 7 월 22 일). "Emo의 황금 시대의 30 필수 노래" . Stereogum . 만회 년 2 월 (27), 2017 .
  38. Tady, Scott (2011 년 7 월 21 일). "버 게츠 타운에서 뒤틀림" . 타임즈 . 만회 년 12 월 (30), 2017 .
  39. "Avion Roe" . MTV 아티스트 .
  40. Kiel, Jason. "Bayside 쇼 이모 음악이 성장했다" . Phoenix New Times . 만회 2017년 7월 31일을 . 이모 록 밴드 Bayside의 리드 싱어이자 기타리스트 인 Anthony Raneri는 다른 사람들이 자신이나 그의 밴드에 대해 어떻게 생각하는지 신경 쓰지 않습니다.
  41. ^ a b c d e f Blush, Steven (2001). 미국 하드 코어 : 부족의 역사 . 뉴욕 : Feral House . 피. 157 ISBN 0-922915-71-7. 85 년의 'Revolution Summer'동안 많은 harDCore 유형이 스스로를 재발 명했습니다. 감정적 인 포스트 하드 코어를위한 'Emo'는 Ian [MacKaye]의 프로젝트 Embrace, Brian Baker의 Dag Nasty, Thomas Squip의 Beefeater, Kingface with Mark Sullivan, Bobby Sullivan의 Lunchmeat, 그리고 Guy Picciotto와 Eddie Janney와 함께하는 봄의 의식.
  42. ^ a b c 그린 월드, p. 14. " Ian Mackaye 는 엄청난 Rites of Spring 팬이어서 1985 년에 밴드의 유일한 앨범이 될 곡을 녹음하고 투어 중에로드 디 역할을했을뿐만 아니라 자신의 새 밴드 인 Embrace도 비슷한 주제를 탐색했습니다. 자동 검색 및 정서적 릴리스. 다른 동료는 회색 물질의 교활하게 정치와 예술적인 영국 왕의 호위병, 화재 파티를 포함한 소송을 이어 제니 [투미]를 불리는 '세계 최초의 여성 가르는 이모 밴드. ' "
  43. Hoskins, Kevin (2010 년 4 월). "Untouchable" (앨범 리뷰) . 예수 괴물 은신처 . 만회하는 2011-08-05을 . ... 팝 / 이모 / 하드 코어 믹싱 사운드는 여전히 견고합니다.
  44. Garris, Blake. "Jesusfreakhideout.com : 사랑하는 사람,"실행 "검토" . 예수 괴물 은신처 . 만회하는 2011-04-19을 . 하드 코어, 이모, 록을 하나로 통합 한이 밴드는 이제 Vindicated From Deep Water Records에서 데뷔 EP 인 The Running으로 이모 코어 장면을 정복하고 있습니다.
  45. Anderson, Rick. "Failure On-Beloved | AllMusic" . AllMusic . 만회하는 2011-04-19을 . Beloved는 분명히 후자 캠프의 밴드입니다. 이모와 멜로디 인디 록 요소를 하드 코어의 감성적 인 블러스터와 격렬한 기타 포효와 융합하는 것에 자부심을 느끼며 데뷔 앨범에서 성공적으로 수행합니다.
  46. Schabe, Patrick. "Benton Falls : Fighting Starlight (리뷰)" . PopMatters . 2009 년 4 월 20 일에 확인 . ... 여기에있는 노래는 mopey 감상주의에 의해 뒷받침되는 파워 락의 인디 / 이모 브랜드에 딱 맞는 감성의 조밀 한 조각입니다. [...] 아마도 시간이 지남에 따라 Benton Falls는 그것을 보완하기 위해 봄 / 여름 앨범을 쓸 것입니다. 인디 / 이모 Deep Elm 밴드 일 것 같지 않습니다.
  47. Freya Cochrane. "앨범 검토 : 작별, 내 사랑 – 금 문신" . 소음 UK를 가져 오십시오. 에서 보관 원래 2014년 4월 23일에 . 만회 년 11 월 (19), 2015 .
  48. ^ 칼과 펜 뮤직 비디오 | https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gFDCHdKbKBY
  49. Apar, Corey. "소년 라이크 걸즈 : 전기" . Allmusic . 2009 년 4 월 20 일에 확인 . 보스턴에 기반을 둔 이모 팝 의상 보이즈 라이크 걸스 (Boys Like Girls)는 자신의 마음을 집단적 소매에 입는 것을 두려워하지 않습니다.
  50. ^ "앨범 검토 : 소녀를 좋아하는 소년" . 데일리 아즈텍 . 2006 년 11 월 13 일 . 검색된 년 8 월 2, 2017 년 .
  51. Lakshmin, Deepa (2016 년 4 월 15 일). "다른 사람보다 먼저 알고있는 107 개의 이모 밴드" . MTV . 검색된 년 8 월 2, 2017 년 .
  52. Loftus, Johnny. "Boys Night Out : Biography" . Allmusic . 2009 년 4 월 20 일에 확인 . 온타리오에 기반을 둔 팝 펑크 / 이모 / lotsa 고함 콤보 Boys Night Out 포함 ...
  53. Greenwald, p. 46. ​​"브레이드가 그 시대의 어떤 밴드보다 더 잘한 것은 진정으로 이모의 평등주의 정신을 살았다는 것입니다. 이모가 한 수준에서 노래 주제에 대한 동정에서 노골적인 공감으로 이동할 수있는 능력이라면, 브레이드는 선을 흐리게했습니다. 더 나아가, 그 자체로 공감을 불러 일으키는 것입니다. "
  54. Zemler, Emily (2004 년 6 월 21 일). "Braid Singer Speaks on Roots of Emo" . 독수리 . 미국 대학 . 2009 년 6 월 21 일 에 원본 문서 에서 보존 된 문서 . 2009 년 4 월 20 일에 확인 . 현대 이모 장르의 선조로 여겨지는 이른바 이모 밴드 인 브레이드가 미국 투어를 위해 재결합했다 ...
  55. Nanna, Bob (Zemler에서). "처음 시작했을 때 우리가 좋아하는 밴드가 Jawbox 또는 Fugazi와 같은 이모 밴드 였기 때문에 '그래, 우리는 이모 밴드입니다'라고 말했죠. 그런 다음 부정적인 맥락을 취했습니다. 우리에게 불리하게 사용되었습니다. 요즘에는 포괄적 인 용어 일 뿐이며 더 이상 나에게 아무런 의미가 없습니다. "
  56. Carioli, Carly (2003 년 8 월 29 일). "Roadtripping" . 프로비던스 피닉스 . 2012 년 9 월 15 일 에 원본 문서 에서 보존 된 문서 . 2009 년 4 월 20 일에 확인 . Brand New는 TRL 블록 의 최신 이모 키즈입니다 ...
  57. Corcoran, Nina. "악마와 신이 내 안에 격노하다 : Emo를 영원히 바꿔 놓은 새 앨범이 10 주년을 맞이합니다" . 소리의 결과 . 만회 년 7 월 (24), 2017 .
  58. ^ "마귀와 신은 내 안에서 격노하고있다" . Allmusic . 만회하는 2009-06-25을 .
  59. Chemotti, Lucas. "다시는 듣지 못할 상위 10 개의 Emo 리바이벌 밴드" . OC Weekly . 2017 년 3 월 24 일에 확인 .
  60. Gill 2010 , p. 52.
  61. Fulton, Katherine. "캡 바이오" . AllMusic . 만회 년 12 월 (30), 2017 .
  62. Breimeier, Russ. "이것은 분노, 기독교 음악 리뷰입니다" . 물고기 . 만회하는 2011-04-19을 . 밴드 [Capital Lights]는 이모, 파워 팝, 펑크 록 블렌드를 위해 스크리모의 모든 흔적을 버렸습니다. 그러나 "Out of Control"및 "Remember the Day"와 같은 관계 노래는 특정 진부한 표현을 피하지만 여전히 다른 이모 및 펑크 밴드에서 기대할 수있는 주제와 같은 진부한 표현에 의존합니다.
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  67. Ankeny, Jason. "Christie 전면 드라이브 전기" . Allmusic . 만회하는 2010-04-17을 . 덴버에 기반을 둔 이모 밴드 Christie Front Drive는 1993 년 가을에 결성되었습니다. [...]이 그룹은 빠르게 이모 서클에서 전설적인 지위를 얻었으며 떠오르는 아티스트에게 큰 영향을 미쳤습니다.
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  69. Mason, Stewart. "검토 : 데모 및 라이브 녹음 " . Allmusic . 2010 년 7 월 31 일에 확인 . New York의 이모 트리오 City of Caterpillar의 데뷔 앨범 인 Demo 및 Live Recordings 의 한정판 부속물 은 타이틀이 약속하는 바를 정확히 전달합니다.
  70. Breimeier, Russ. "실버 코드, 기독교 음악 리뷰" . 물고기 . 만회하는 2011-04-19을 . 마치 ... 이모와 하드 코어가 엮인 산천 적 모던 록, Mae, Fall Out Boy, Anberlin, Take Back Sunday, The Juliana Theory, Sanctus Real에 가장 가까운 사운드 ... 전체적인 사운드는 사운드보다 크고 더 넓습니다. 이전 앨범, 대부분의 이모 레이스 모던 록이 정착하는 공식적인 틀에 안주하지 않았습니다.
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  119. ^ Mason, Stewart. "This Too Shall Pass - The Fold | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 2011-04-21. The Fold are the freshly scrubbed face of emo, a completely mainstream and radio-ready pop/rock band outfitted with just enough of the signifiers of a currently salable subculture to give the quartet a hint of street cred.
  120. ^ Frias, Sherwin. "Jesusfreakhideout.com: Forever Changed, "The Existence EP" Review". Jesus Freak Hideout. Retrieved 2011-04-21. Part of the seemingly endless barrage of emo bands to hit the scene lately, Florida's Forever Changed released their debut EP for Floodgate Records in 2004...The songs on this album follow the emo formula effortlessly, offering no surprises whatsoever. Everything you'd expect from an emo band is here, from the yearning vocals to the passionate, soaring choruses...Make no mistake, Forever Changed does emo well, but perhaps they stick to the formula a bit too closely for their own good...So what separates Forever Changed from the myriad of emo bands out there? Not much, really. As the similarity in band names suggests, Forever Changed comes across as nothing more than a Further Seems Forever clone in an increasingly crowded Christian emo genre...While nothing on this EP will make the listener throw out the CD in disgust, there may be enough ingredients in this release to suit avid emo fans who prefer no frills and a straightforward approach to their favorite genre.
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