Contributor biographical information for My so-called punk : Green Day, Fall Out Boy, the Distillers, Yellowcard : how neo-punk stage-dived into the mainstream / Matt Diehl.

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Matt Diehl is a music journalist. His work has appeared in Rolling Stone, The New York Times, The Washington Post, GQ, VIBE, Spin, Blender and many other publications. He served as the music columnist for Elle for four years and now serves as a contributing music editor at Interview. He has appeared as a music expert on MTV and was co-producer of the acclaimed five-part television series on VH1, The ‘70’s. His books include No-Fall Snowboarding and Notorious C.O.P..

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Punk rock music -- History and criticism.
Green Day (Musical group)
Fall Out Boy (Musical group)
Distillers (Musical group)
Yellowcard (Musical group)