Goths, especially, listen to a broad range of music that, while not Gothic itself, is popular within the subculture. Emo-originally it was a great music genre that lasted in the 80's and the 90's. Goth for them is mostly just what they love in culture and feel most comfortable with. They enjoy being themselves yet at the same time lack the pride of Goths and still secretly wish they were someone else. They both came from punk in the late eighties and, while similar in many respects, they are two distinct music genres and refer to two distinct groups of people. You can be any religion you want to be punk, don't let anyone tell you otherwise. From 2000-present, emomusic pretty much became watered down by the mainstream.
I am military and I have been a goth before I enlisted and it has not changed in the ten years I have been in. It adopts an aggressive vocal style with lyrical themes of emotional pain, politics, human rights and romantic interests. Scenepeople in pictures usually have extreme poofage in their hair,maybe with big bows, and usually have a pose with their tongues outor something silly and confident, though th … ey may not be confident. It is a huge variety of things and covers more than people expect, and it larger in variants than emo in both music and fashion. Emo started as a music genre and has evolved into somesort of fashion stereotype.
Goths enjoy are, literature, film, Victorian fashion, mythology, and tend to be very religious. Though some punks areconservative, they're more military brats and libertarians thenyour Rush Limbaughs and Dick Chenies. Each genre has their own determined aspects which make the genre sound like it does. Outside of that goth is a subculture. Usually consisting of mainly black. Goths are individuals, but need to keep a similar fashion style going otherwise there is nothing in common. Whille punk was a general term, it was played different within the style of bands.
It is possible tobe a conservative punk, like Johnny Ramone. The only accurate stereotype in the last sentence was that they both wear a lot of dark colours, but they're not even the same type of garments emo pop kids tend to wear skinny jeans, band shirts and converse whereas goths may tend to wear fishnets, boots and corsets. Bands include My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, Panic! The only accurate stereotype in the last sentence was that they both wear a lot of dark colours, but they're not even the same type of garments emo pop kids tend to wear skinny jeans, band shirts and converse whereas goths may tend to wear fishnets, boots and corsets. Each group, I'm sure, would view the other at a certain distance, but from the outside they do appear to be related but distinct. Where the diversity plays in here is that emos are pathetic and overly emotional. They also go all-out in the accessories department, using leather chokers, corsets, lace, frills or dangling jewelry.
I wear band tshirts, jeans, hoodies, and converse. A Soprano metal , Nu Metal and power metal. They are grouped together too often and even when a distinction is recognized are viewed as the trash of societies. While the stereotype is frequently overstated, there is a tendency among those who identify as emo to be emotional, sensitive, shy, introverted, withdrawn and even angsty. Characteristics of Punk, Goth and Scene: Mindset: Punk and Goth are more than mere styles of dressing and hairdos; they actually represent mindsets. As far as their personalities is concerned, the aura that goths and emos resonate is somewhat similar and are usually associated with depression, cutting, darkness and more of the not-so-pleasant aspects in life.
All ofthese new emo bands you see on tv these da … ys are not real emo. I'm perhaps not the right person to answer this, since I'm nearly 70. Goth is a culture that has been around for centuries, and has countless branches stemming from the central point of traditional 'Gothic'. Experimentation in sexuality is commonplace and the lines between genders are deliberately blurred. A Goth is someone who is usually into the darker side of the world.
The gothic subculture tends to have a poor reputation because so many of the people who choose to label themselves as such know nothing about the culture, and involve themselves in juvenille or melodramatic behavior that they feel is goth. I promise your view would change greatly. If you really sit down with the right groups you will find many great artists, musicians, poets. The Brown Sugar Bar in Nuremberg caters to Punk and Goth. The only reason people compare the two today is because they both wear dark colours primarily black , seem to be mopey or depressed or kids going through a phase. When I spent the day with an Emo Again, solitude based they were distant and had a lot of shame for who they are. Its not nice to be labelled but stereotypes have been around for ages.
Scene is a term that is usually applied to kids and boys and girls. Goth- Came from the punk, new wave, no wave, and post-punk genres. But if you mean the fashion, truthfully they are extremly difrent from each other too. Now, emo is its own clique, coming from goth and punk, and is still steriotyped badly. If the band plays more darkwave music, then above but with synthesizers as an addition. Aside from an all-black ensemble, they also have black nail polish, lipstick and eyeliner. The scene culture overwhelmingly embraces and celebrates gender-bending and androgyny.
They have different hairstyles too. Then, there was Industrial Goth. Indivuality is valued highly, with items such as unusual hairstyles, bondage pants, faux-leather, political buttons, and cheap guitars covered in decals being the norm. Society often incorrectly associates the tendency to wear black with depression, violence and suicide. They enjoy being themselves yet at the same time lack the pride of Goths and still secretly wish they were someone else. Now, what are the similarities between the two? Be sure to search the , , and before creating a new post.