Treble, Atari Teenage Riot’s ‘Burn, Berlin, Burn!’ started a digital hardcore riot”

The hyper-aggressive hip-hop of Ho99o9. And, most importantly, Death Grips, who essentially put a nihilistic spin on ATR’s anarchist hardcore dynamic. But while they have some obvious successors, in sound they had no peers. In polemics, attitude and politics, however, they came from a punk rock lineage that stretched back to Black Flag and Minor Threat, and whose closest contemporary wasn’t actually a punk band at all: Public Enemy.

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