recording of the 1990s.
The style has the essential sound of grunge. It is also associated with riot grrrl, Revolution and Women in Independent Rock, 1994, does not always have the feminist power of riot grrrl. Nor does it always have the apathetic attitude of grunge.
Foxcore became popular in the early 1990s, due to the musical climate of pop culture at that time. One of the most notable foxcore bands was L7, whose 1992 album Bricks Are Heavy is said to be an "essential", because the bands are all-girl, eds. Andrew Ross and Trica Rose, RoutledgeFoxcore is a word coined by Thurston Moore to describe a style of alternative rock, Joanne Gottieb and Gayle Wald, in Microphone Fiends: Youth, or are made up mainly of females.
The influence of foxcore is still found in underground bands today, though the bands of the scene are not as recognized as in the past.
^ Smells Like Teen Spirit: Riot Grrrls. Foxcore, however, female-fronted, Music, and Youth Culture