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Razorcake #83


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Webcomic Wednesdays #110
Starring PUNCH
By Jim Kettner


The hardcore band PUNCH plays what could be their last show. A webcomic by Jim Kettner.



Los Angeles Zine Fest 2015
Photos by Rachel, Essay by Seth Swaaley
By Rachel Murray Framingheddu


Rachel Murray Framingheddu and Seth Swaaley recap
the once-a-year, six-hour phenomenon known as L.A. Zine Fest.
Thousands congregate and celebrate zines at Homenetmen Hall in GlassellPark.



Kelly Lone Photo Column - Pears
By Kelly Lone
By Guest Contributor



Do you like bananas? How about the Descendents? 



Parenting for Weirdos: Round One
This is a fluke, right?
By Samantha Beerhouse


One parentís perspective about having a shockingly easy baby. 
A mom who still finds the energy to complain about gender stereotypes, 
other boring parents, and terrible kidís music.




Webcomic Wednesdays #109
Where we say fuck it and live
By Brad Dwyer


This is an excerpt from "Get Into Comix", a 72 pg. autobio comic by Brad Dwyer about acne, punk rock, and comic books. It came out back in 2013, but  Brad says, "I'm not very good at marketing or social media, so no one has ever heard of it." 
Click through to read and/or buy the entire book!

 




Featured Zine Reviews, Issue #84

By Staff

Have you thought this lately: ďIf I read more zines like this, I would more than likely get out of my goddamn apartment.Ē? Let our zine reviews guide you to finding a new paper friend and getting you out into the world.




Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - Aus Rotten

By Chris Boarts Larson

Aus Rotten from Pittsburgh made their mark as one of the best
 anarcho-punk bands of all times. In the Ď90s they played regular shows at 
ABC NO RIO in NYC and I took photos!




Webcomic Wednesdays #108
A Valentine
By Ollie Mikse


A pun-filled valentine starring The Clash. A webcomic by Ollie Mikse and Emily Yoder.



Every Record Review from Razorcake #84
Posted in One PDF
By Staff


Fifty-seven plus pages of record reviews. 
All the punk that was fit to print, and more!



Louis Jacinto Photo Page - The Alley Cats
Girls Make The Best Punks!
By Louis Jacinto


The Alley Catsí bass player, Diane Chai, has already begun to 
get the crowd to begin a swirl that will soon engulf everyone
on the floor 
into a vortex of pogo-ing!




One Punkís Guide to Surviving an All-Dayer
Booze. Food. Defecation. Itís all here.
By John Miskelly

An expert, all-purpose guide for surviving the gong shows
that are all-day punk shows.




Webcomic Wednesdays #107
A valentine from the archives
By Kiyoshi Nakazawa


An archived comic from Razorcake issue 54, about "love" and Kanye West. By Kiyoshi Nakazawa. 



Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - Nausea

By Chris Boarts Larson


 

Nausea were such an important band. They were important to NYC. 
They were important to anarcho punks the world over, 
and they were important to me personally. 

 




Trials and Tribulations of a Misguided Adult
Short-tempers, Unrequited Love, and Broken Beer Bottles by Brooke D McCarley
By Guest Contributor


Most bands never escape the irksome act of band drama, which can range from hate emails and temper tantrums to the occasional beer bottle to the head. No matter how civil the members appear to be, there often comes tension, gossip, and breaking points that ruin friendships.




Webcomic Wednesdays #106
Where it is okay to be picky
By Ollie Mikse


A joke about hipster ducks. A webcomic by Ollie Mikse.



Patrick Houdek Photo Column, The Brokedowns

By Patrick Houdek


Brokedowns - Ian's Party 2015 at Quencher's, January 3, 2015




Webcomic Wednesdays #105
From the Archives: Issue 51
By Ben Snakepit


Tour dogs, and when they're not your best friend. A comic by Ben Snakepit, originally published in Razorcake issue #51



Featured Record Reviews From Issue #83
The perfect length to eat a giant-ass, messy burrito to
By Staff




Nervous Gender Germinating
Louis Jacinto, www.onodream.com
By Louis Jacinto

Nervous Genderís l-r, Mike Ochoa and Gerardo Velasquez, 1977




A Broad Abroad
Where The Road Leads
By J.V. McDonough

J.V. plays music for an almost-living in the band M.O.T.O., which means she spends a lot of time on The Road. The Road is a place where the sublime crashes up against the mundane. It's not just an adventure, itís a job.




Webcomic Wednesdays #104
Where it is always NPR
By Ollie Mikse


A humorous look at the liberal stereotypes we are all guilty of. A webcomic by Ollie Mikse. 



Top 5s from Issue #83
Itís Fall and I Want to...DIY Everything!
By Staff

(glitch art by candice)

Read through our staff and friend list of Top 5s. Replay nailed his!

ē Tim Version, Ordinary Life LP
ē Big Business, Here Come the Waterworks LP
ē Black Rainbow, Self-titled LP
ē Any Trouble, Self-titled LP
ē The wasted morning DJ on 104.9 FM in Gainesville




Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - Avail
Beau Beau Flip
By Chris Boarts Larson


June 1994, Paramus, NJ




Hey God, What The Fuck?
Shit Gets Heavy
By Nighthawk




Wedcomic Wednesdays #103
Where we graduate
By Brad Dwyer



Coming to terms with graduating college and where you're supposed to go from there, especially with an art degree. A webcomic by Brad Dwyer.



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