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Awful Man, New Ways to Say Fuck Off 7''
July's 7'' of the Month
By Daryl Gussin

Gruff melodies, catchy choruses, and a united front to crush all norms!

Top 5s from Issue #62
See which contributor got yelled at by Blake's mom.
By Staff

Five Tunes I Recommend You Play Full Blast at Work Between the Hours Of 3-4 p.m.

Ben Snakepit: Life Lessons on the Crapper
By Ronnie Sullivan
By Guest Contributor

That’s really what the Snakepit comic represents: Life.

Fight to the End
Punklightenment June, 2011
By Marcus Solomon

We all get what we deserve.

Coming Together
By Matthew Hart
By Guest Contributor

As a bunch of forward-thinking, touring musicians we used the band fund to buy whiskey.

Big Crux, Big Crux is a Big Funk 7”
May’s 7” of the Month
By Daryl Gussin

If this debut EP is just the first taste, it’s pretty obvious that Big Crux are not in it to lose.

The Unbearable Lightness of Peeing
By Matthew Hart
By Guest Contributor

"Do I look fucking crazy?" asked Tyler, looking fucking crazy. He had a mass of brown, curly hair tangled with dirt and vomit on his head and a beard that only someone who made moonshine would sport.

Poly Styrene, Thank You.
Marianne Elliot-Said, 1957-2011
By Kevin Dunn

Completely unorthodox, even by what I though punk standards were. And what the hell is a saxophone doing in a punk rock song? Suddenly the horizons of what punk was and could be opened up all around me.



Top 5s from Issue #61
Community, courage, and thrift store copies.
By Staff

“The Bears Still Suck Polka”

Dirty Marquee, Self-titled 7''
April's 7'' of the Month
By Staff

Constrained, but jumpy and really catchy. That’s tough stuff to pull off because it runs along the ridge of slipping down the steep cliffs of boredom, corniness, or cliché.

What a Difference Five Hundred Dollars in Alcohol Purchases Can Make
By R. Helly
By Guest Contributor

It just made me more depressed thinking about how I was assisting the vanity of rich people for a living.

Share The Road! With Cars!
By Nighthawk
By Guest Contributor

If I hit a dude on a bike with my car, I’m not the one who’s getting hurt. Just trying to help here.

Four at the Door
Punklightenment, March 2011
By Marcus Solomon

“What is your advice?” I implored.
“Keep teaching, keep learning, and keep writing.”

Top 5s from Issue #60
By Staff

New Arrivals.



Jess The Mess
By chris

He was a great writer who was criminally overlooked by students and lovers of writing, probably because few of them would look toward modern-day, grimy punk rock bands for inspiration.

Top 5s from Issue #59
Records, shows, and on-stage puking!
By Staff

Howard Zinn, I always knew I was lied to in history class, but this is ridiculous!



You Ever Heard of Kelso?
You should know, always bet the opposite of what someone tells you.
By Seth Swaaley

Count what I’ve got left in my wallet. It’s about nine dollars less than I came with. I figure it’s hardly much of a price to pay for a day of small victories.

Fest 9
Oct. 29th through 31st, 2010
By Joe Evans III

I got down the alcohol all right, but then had a slight struggle with the non-alcoholic chaser. Either way, it tasted like a pancake.

Awesome Fest IV
From the frontline.
By Joe Evans III

When they finished, I felt like I wanted to do drugs. Only, I don’t really do any drugs, so instead I went to a Carl’s Jr. and got a ridiculous burger to eat.

I had such a vivid dream last night...
By Seth Swaaley

There was a lot more somewhere in there and I wanted to get up from the bed, grab a pen and paper, write it down, but I just laid there and soon fell back asleep.

The Road Home
Punklightenment, November 2010
By Marcus Solomon

It actually felt good to be alive for a change.

We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby
November 2010
By Bryan Static

I wrote four songs, each one shittier than the last. For as much as I did not understand fiction, I also didn’t understand song structure.

Top 5s from #58
Out & About
By Staff

Gag, choke, splash. Thanks, I just vomited.

High, Low, and In Between
Chapter 13: Denouement
By Seth Swaaley

This is merely just life; this just is and nothing more.

High, Low, and In Between
Chapter 12: Another Day at the Office
By Seth Swaaley

Then people like this come to you and you realize that this is your place.

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