Post-grunge

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Post-grunge
Stylistic origins Hard rock (70s)
Grunge (90s)
Alternative rock
Cultural origins Mid-1990s, United States
Typical instruments Guitar, drums, vocals, bass guitar
Mainstream popularity High from late 1990s to now

Post-grunge is a music genre that is strongly influenced by grunge music, a genre that started in Seattle, Washington, United States in the mid-1980s. However, it makes it into a more melodic and radio-friendly sound. Not by a coincidence, it has become very popular on the radio.

Examples of post-grunge artists[change | change source]