New Apple Music Punk Category Available In Search

Apple Music punk category

Apple Music punk category

Apple has silently added a new Apple Music Punk category to its premium music streaming service! This new genre collection has been spotted in Search by a Reddit user. However, the Punk section is not always easy to find, as it might not be featured by default in the Categories section.

How To Play Songs From Apple Music Punk Category

how to find punk category in apple music

  • 1. Open Apple Music and tap on Search, in the bottom menu.
  • 2. Punk should be available in the Browse Categories section.
  • 3. If it’s not featured, use the Search field to look up for ‘punk’ (Use Apple Music as search database, not ‘Your Library’).
  • 4. Tap on Apple Music Punk and the category is displayed on your iPhone, iPad or Mac.
  • 5. Play a Playlist or check out the Best New Songs, New Releases, Punk Radio Stations and more.

Tip: Apple Music Punk category is available for all compatible devices. The new section isn’t iOS 16, iPadOS 16 or macOS Ventura specific!

Apple Music Punk Category Description

This new section informs that the story of punk begins in the early 1960s. It’s been inspired by “the British Invasion bands, especially the Rolling Stones and The Who, garage bands formed accross the U.S. and the UK.”

The initial stages of punk are described as a tougher and faster form of rock’n’roll. For more info please read here.

Apple Music Punk Category Featured Content

At the time of writing, the Punk section is featuring:
Apple Music punk category content

Punk Albums

Hell is in Your Head (by Sense Fail), Black Flag Essentials (Californian punk collective), Cave World (Viagra Boys) and more.

Punk Playlists

Rise And Grind, Negative Space, Rise Above, The Nerve, Punk Deep Cuts, I Miss the Mosh Pit, I Miss Emo and more.

Best New Punk Songs

The Burial of the Dead (by Senses Fail), Fat Mike’s on Drugs (again) (by Less Than Jake), Nympheas (by Birds in Row), etc.

New Punk Releases

The Awful Disclosure (Screeching Weasel), Great Barrier Reefer (The Bennies) and more.

If you’re a fan of the punk genre I’m sure that you’re delighted by this new addition! Have you spotted any other new categories? Is there a genre for which you would like Apple Music to add a specific collection?

Share your thoughts in the comments.

Related: Do you know that you can select favorite artist in Apple Music in iOS 16? You can also sort playlist by date added and more!