So I realized something while looking over the list of Punk Punk sub genres. There's a pretty clear line of progression from the dawn of man to modern day that is for the most part unbroken:
Stonepunk (Stone Age)
Sandalpunk (Bronze Age through Iron Age)
There's really nothing that covers medieval times, but I'm not concerned about that right now. Dungeonpunk mostly takes care of that.
Clockpunk (Rennaisance through the advent of steam power)
Steampunk (The beginning of steam power right up to World War I)
Dieselpunk (Beginning of World War I through the end of World War II)
Atompunk (The end of World War II through the early 60s)
And here's where my problem lies. From here, it jumps straight to the early 80s through 90s with Cyberpunk. My question is... what about the 60s and the 70s? Why is there no retrofuturistic sub genre for that era? Not even one like Stonepunk that hasn't really been used, but exists in theory? Sure, I've seen people mumble about "Weedpunk" here and there, but there's not much information about it, and I don't really think it works, because while marijuana was a major component of the 60s and 70s, it didn't drive the technology the way the rest of the eras were run by the technology in their name. After all, we call it "Dieselpunk," not "Bootleg Alchoholpunk."
I've become obsessed with this potential but seemingly nonexistent genre. I want to know about it, I NEED to know about it, even if it doesn't actually exist. And so, I turn to you, fellow tropers. If there was a 1960s-1970s subgenre of Punk Punk... what do you think it would be like? What would the style look like, what sort of technology would they have? What fiction from the 1970s would it be based on? I'm not familiar enough with the era or the Punk metagenre in order to come up with this on my own, but maybe with you guys help, well, who knows? Maybe we can come up with something completely new.