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My 60 year old boomer uncle was heavily into the punk scene in the early 80's, he even partied hard with bands like Suicide, Dead Kennedys, Ramones, The Clash, The Cars, Talking Heads etc. He told me recently that he basically stopped being interested in music after the late 90's because everything sounded uninspired and stale, nothing like the 80's and early 90's, he loved the latter's hip hop scene.

I got a bet with him, I told him I'd give him 32 gigs of post late 90's to listen to, if he finds out even one record that he likes, he's gonna buy me a beer. His favorite punk band is the Dead Kennedys and favorite hip hop is NWA.

So, TL;DR: what is some essential zoomercore (after let's say 1995) for a patrician punk/hiphop boomer?
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probably tylo be chillin
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>>86508625
death grips
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weezer black album
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>>86508625
Ty segall is your man, he is boomer approved
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come on anons these are crap recs
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>>86508909
idk man if he wants innovative hip hop show him Dalek or Madvillain
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>>86508955
yeah those are a given
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>>86508688
is he though? or just dadrock approved by people 10-20 years younger than dadrockists
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>>86508653
This. Also maybe ho99o9 or zeal and ardor. Operation ivy might be good too. Can't think of more right now, might come back later.



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