Pertaining to a subculture with elements of punk and anarchist politics.(adjective)
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Use "anarcho-punk" in a sentence
"In addition to "Anne Truitt, Working," the museum will show "Le Bled," a film essay set in Tangier, made in collaboration with the writer Luc Sante; "Half the Battle," featuring the Dutch anarcho-punk band the Ex; and "Night Scene New York," tracing a night in the life of one of the city's most vibrant, self-contained communities, Chinatown."
"It is based out of Minneapolis, which was ground zero for the anarcho-punk explosion of the late 80s and early-to-mid 90s."
"Here's a quick lowdown - PE is the anarcho-punk bible in a 32-page zine format."