Olivia Rodrigo counterparts in real punk?

So my girlfriend really loves her and other dumb pop like taylor swift harry styles etc..

Now I'm not too big of a music guy, but I can tell that her music is very much a transposition of real punk/ pop punk music in a catchy format

So I want to collect a list of her songs and their real punk/ emo/ indie counterparts so I can get her to listen to some real music
Particularly songs that sound like Vampire I want to know if there's some real pop punk bands that have a similar song to that

Since I only tangentally know this genre I know but a few
For example the olivia song and the song it is probably inspired by/ sounds like it
>good 4 u
Misery business by Paramore
>deja vu
Radiohead - no surprises
>all-american bitch
Modern Girl by Sleater-Kinney
>bad idea right?
Saved by a Waif by Alvvays has a similar vibe
I'm so tired by Fugazi: gave me that vibe

Help my gf listen to real music pls

  1. 2 weeks ago

    poor gf

  2. 2 weeks ago

    Just make her listen to paramore and other female fronted bands then transition to radio rock, then transistion to whatever

    • 2 weeks ago

      This will probably work tbh. Start with Paramore, then try Tsunami Bomb and Discount. There's also this up-and-coming band from Toronto named Fern Sully she may like.

  3. 2 weeks ago

    Not here to say what is "real" punk, but yeah, it seems like she is drawing from that aesthetic but that is all it is, an aesthetic for people to buy and consume. Something tame and watered down for her suburban audience.
    There is post punk, original punk, hardcore, post hardcore, gothic rock, new wave.
    Just a quick rundown
    OG punk
    clash, ramones, the damned, x ray spex, the wipers, the jam, the replacements, sex pistols
    post punk
    joy division, public image limited, siouxsie and the banshees, wire, the damned (later stuff), killing joke
    black flag, bad brains, minor threat, mdc, dead kennedys, refused, earth crisis, discharge, husker du
    post hardcore
    fugazi, glass jaw, dont know much post hardcore honestly
    gothic rock
    the cure, sisters of mercy, bauhaus (same deal as post hardcore)
    new wave
    b52s, blondie (same deal)

  4. 2 weeks ago

    am i really this autistic that noone else listens to her music and while it is catchy and good
    can't help to find similarities to other lesser known artists?

  5. 2 weeks ago

    All american bitch is tired of sex by weezer

  6. 2 weeks ago

    >>all-american bitch
    >Modern Girl by Sleater-Kinney
    nigga what

    • 2 weeks ago

      >nigga what
      the themes as well as how the song progresses into being more and more distorted overtime

      • 2 weeks ago

        "All-American Bitch" doesn't really build or progress though, it just goes back and forth between quiet verses and a loud chorus. Better intros to Sleater-Kinney would be "Oh!," "I Wanna Be Yr Joey Ramone," or "You're No Rock and Roll Fun."

  7. 2 weeks ago

    Am I going crazy? This is literally Kidz Bop tier generic and adults are discussing it like serious music.

  8. 2 weeks ago

    Why does anyone still listen to such a stupid genre as pop-punk?

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      • 2 weeks ago

        lol there's no way they can hide how misshapen she is

  9. 2 weeks ago

    Paramore sucks and the rest of the comparisons are ridiculous reaches. Deja Vu and No Surprises by Radiohead sound nothing alike

  10. 2 weeks ago

    your girlfriend doesnt like popular music because of the music itself, she likes it because its relevant in pop culture.
    also gonna go out on a limb here and say there's nothing wrong with that - wanting to be able to talk to people about songs you both know because everyone has heard them is a good thing.

  11. 2 weeks ago

    The Sugarcubes?

  12. 2 weeks ago

    If she likes Taylor swift and Olivia then she’s into the juvenile lyrics. Sorry.

  13. 2 weeks ago

    females don't have to be authentic, just cute.

  14. 2 weeks ago

    Contrary to popular belief, I think that making a mix or specifically recommending things to people usually does not work very well. Listen to some of that stuff around her and see if she likes any of it, then branch off from there. If not, whatever, she can like whatever she wants.

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