Goth Radio Stations

Considering that the Goth subculture began with punk, it's hardly surprising that many Goths (particularly eldergoths and old-school or trad Goths) still enjoy listening to the subculture's musical roots. Punk, or more correctly punk rock, developed in the 70s and was characterised by short songs, fast, stripped-down music and controversial, often political lyrics covering anti-authoritarian themes. There are also dozens of subgenres of punk including Oi, hardcore, surf punk, Celtic punk (e.g. Flogging Molly, whom I adore), crust punk, folk punk, horror punk, riot grrl, ska punk, gypsy punk (e.g Gogol Bordello) and streetpunk, and punk has had a strong influence on many other genres - including Gothic rock.

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