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Razorcake #69 Issue Preview
With Canadian Rifle, So Cow, The Consumers, and John Wesley Coleman.

By Staff
Wednesday, August 01 2012


Razorcake #69
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Cover by Kiyoshi Nakazawa, www.luckynakazawa.com
Based on photos by Patrick Houdek, http://www.flickr.com/photos/msig

Canadian Rifle: Interview by Todd Taylor. Gritty Midwest punk thatís just a little off. Breaking rules and their own hands, they donít even follow the conventions of their hometownís pizza. (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Canadian-Rifle/222362421120712)


The Consumers: Interview by Ryan Leach. Revisiting the history of Arizonaís first punk band. (http://wearetheconsumers.blogspot.com/)


So Cow: Interview by Kevin Dunn. Solo songwriting turned full pop indie punk band, they canít even be contained to one country. (https://www.facebook.com/socowmusic)


John Wesley Coleman: Interview by Ryan Leach. Straight from Texas, he tells us he kept failing trying to write songs. If this is his definition of failing, we hope he never succeeds. (http://www.johnwesleycoleman.blogspot.com/)



Sean Carswell is back in the USSR.

Jim Ruland believes in Magic Johnson.

Amy Adoyzie is hanging in there. (http://www.flickr.com/photos/amyadoyzie/collections/72157610219687477/)

Liz Prince prefers to be alone. (http://www.lizprincepower.com/)

Art Fuentes prefers to make you laugh.

Designated Dale stands by his old man.

Rev. NÝrb misses hardcore and Mrs. Farrell. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boris_the_Sprinkler)

Gary Hornberger loves teaching kids and reviewing comics.

The Rhythm Chicken remembers Die Kreuzen.


Ben Snakepit likes exactly ten things. (http://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail?pid=38867)

Kiyoshi Nakazawa watches what he eats.

Adrian Chi went on tour.


Nardwuar interviews Ghostface Killah.


Mitch Clem loves his puns at any cost. (http://www.mitchclem.com/blog/)

And a ton of reviews to help you ignore that itís ass-hot out.

This issue is dedicated to the memory of Uncle Mike and Bowie the Cat.

Itís also a celebration of the marriages of Samantha Beerhouse and Mark McBride and Josh Brown and Dalyn Luedtke.






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·BAD IDEA #1
·ELECMATICS, THE
·ROCK BOTTOM AND THE SPIES
·BANNER PILOT
·IRONHEAD
·DISSIMILARS, THE
·NOFX
·SICK ON THE BUS
·BOUNCING SOULS, THE


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