The LA band pays tribute to their emo heroes.
Norman Brannon talks Texas is the Reason, Emo Night, and the genre's lasting legacy.
On Maximum Rock'n'Roll, hardcore fanzines, and asking Zack de la Rocha of Rage Against the Machine about the last time he cried.
Norman Brannon (Texas Is the Reason) on "emocore," Ian MacKaye, and emo's origin as an epithet.
Remembering the Buzzcocks’ Pete Shelley.
Karl Kuehn (Museum Mouth) makes a case for everyone’s favorite chaotic evil: social media.
The former Texas Is the Reason member contemplates the legacy of Mac McCaughan and Superchunk, secret emo progenitors.
Incorporating stories submitted by fans, emo mainstay Bob Nanna (Braid, Hey Mercedes) creates a flowing remembrance of things past.
Once upon a time, back in the mid '00s, I was a brooding, self-proclaimed emo kid. Like most other bratty tweens of the era, I dressed in black...