This 2019 video from the USA is called 8 Styles Of Punk In One Song! Including punk rock, pop-punk, cowpunk and more.

The comments on YouTube about the video show that not everyone agrees with the video maker’s divisions of punk into subgenres.

This is the 1981 Covergirl EP by Cheap ‘n’ Nasty. A punk band not really fitting into any sub-pigeonhole. Arguably, the four songs on the EP are all in styles of their own. The songs all have their own character, though written at about the same time by one person, Cheap ‘n’ Nasty bass player/female lead vocalist Terry.

Eight styles of punk? That is nothing compared to heavy metal since it originated in the late 1960s. The Wikipedia article on heavy metal genres names 71 categories.

71 subgenres? That’s nothing compared to this video.

That 2020 video shows 120 subgenres of EDM=Electronic Dance Music aka House music (with examples).

Are punk and EDM similar as movements? No, said, Siouxsie and the Banshees in a 1991 interview.

Punk arose with links to serious issues in society, links lacking in more superficial EDM, they said.