American Football, an EP by American Football. Released 6 October 1998 on Polyvinyl (catalog no. PRC-019-2; CD). Genres: Midwest Emo. Featured peformers: Mike Kinsella (guitar, vocals), Steve Holmes (guitar), Steve Lamos (drums), Brendan Gamble (engineer).
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American Football, an Album by American Football. Released 14 September 1999 on Polyvinyl (catalog no. PRC-025; CD). Genres: Midwest Emo. Rated #19 in the best albums of 1999, and #933 of all-time album..
Midwest Emo is an aesthetic and music genre that originated in Illinois in the mid-1990s. The genre is separate from typical Emo, but has similar roots. Midwest Emo began with small, local musicians as an emotional blend of Garage Punk and Indie Rock with bands such as Cap'n Jazz, American Football, and The Promise Ring.
Largely centred around America’s midwest, this became known as the ‘second wave’ of emo, in which American Football would become a key component. American Football around 1999 Frontman Mike Kinsella along with his brother Tim had already formed a cult following in the greater Chicago-area in the bands Cap’n Jazz and Joan of Arc throughout the 90s, and they weren’t alone in developing this scene and sound.
The emo sound found a home in the midwest region and was popularized by artists like Piebald, The Promise Ring and American Football. However, the genre of midwest emo can be misleading because ...
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Midwest emo refers to the emo scene and/or subgenre that developed in 1990s Midwestern United States. Employing unconventional vocal stylings, distinct guitar riffs and arpeggiated melodies, Midwest emo bands shifted away from the genre's hardcore punk roots and drew on indie rock and math rock approaches. According to the author and critic Andy Greenwald, "this was the period when emo earned many, if not all, of the stereotypes that have lasted to this day: boy-driven, glasses-wearing, overly s
Stand Name: 「AMERICAN FOOTBALL」 Namesake: Midwest emo band American Football. POW: A | SPE: C | RAN: B| DUR: A| PRE: E | POT: C. Appearance: 「AMERICAN FOOTBALL」 appears to be a silver metallic device in the shape of a conventional American football. Where the football's seams would be, this Stand instead possesses a digital clock-like display capable of showing any time from 00:00 (zero minutes zero seconds) to 99:60 (ninety-nine minutes sixty seconds, or one hundred minutes.
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