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· 1:Razorcake #79 Now Available
· 2:L.A. Zine Fest 2014 by Andy Garcia
· 3:Record Reviews in Razorcake #79
· 4:#308 with Kurt Morris
· 5:Record Reviews in Razorcake #79


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War On Women
An Interview with Shawna Potter by J.J. Anselmi
By Guest Contributor




Total Punk Interview
with mastermind Rich Evans
By Sal Lucci




Interview with Jen and Var from No Idea Records
Originally ran in Razorcake #18, now an ebook with a new intro
By Sean Carswell




Interview with Avail
Originally ran in Razorcake #14, now an ebook with new intro!
By Sean Carswell




Interview with Crappy Dracula
by Tyler Maas
By Guest Contributor




Interview with Generacion Suicida
totally different from the printed one, dawg
By Rene Navarro




Interview with Greg Sage
Foggy Notion by Christopher Rager
By Guest Contributor




Interview with Alicja Trout
originally ran in Razorcake #29, now an ebook with a new introduction
By Guest Contributor




Interview with White Murder
available as an ebook download
By Todd Taylor




Interview with Toys That Kill
Originally ran in Razorcake #7, now an ebook with a new intro
By Todd Taylor




Interview with Bent Outta Shape
originally ran in Razorcake #30, with new intro by Lauren Measure
By Staff

Having anyone give a shit about you is probably the toughest thing.




Interview with The Reatards
Originally ran in Razorcake Issue #30, new intro by Kurt Morris
By Speedway Randy




Random Conflict Interview
by David Baird
By Guest Contributor




Swingin Utters Interview
originally ran in Razorcake #5, now an ebook with new intro by Kristen K
By Sean Carswell

I just didn’t want to sit in a chair in an orchestra for the rest of my life because that’s really boring.


Interview with Trust fanzine
a translation of the full interview posted on plastic-bomb.de
By Guest Contributor

I guess, today you must include a DVD or, even better, a six pack of beer to be different.
We are fans, therefore we publish a fanzine.
We’re neither a label nor a mailorder.




Turbonegro Interview
Originally ran in Razorcake #15, with new intro by Kristen K.
By Todd Taylor

Well, the last time I did acid, I guess. I was in this car with a driving computer and it said to me, “The door is ajar.” How could a door be a jar? I felt like a marionette right there and then. I’m just a marionette. This isn’t a door. It’s a jar. I’m a puppet.




Off With Their Heads Interview
by Tommy Vandervort
By Guest Contributor

It’s much easier to light your merch money on fire when it’s only thirty dollars. I watch videos of that kind of shit and wonder how I have any friends at all.




Interview with The Feederz
originally ran in Razorcake #15, with new intro by Ronnie Sullivan
By Megan Pants

In a lot of ways, the Feederz are an advertisement, a negative advertisement. So we jumped in and we used Feederz because it was part of the whole sickness and we just swallowed it all up.




Hot Snakes Interview
New intro by Kurt Morris, originally ran in Razorcake #25
By Guest Contributor

 

Seeing as I spend most of my time nude or partially clothed, I was pretty numb.




An Interview with Chris Bailey of The Saints by Tony Adolescent
New intro by Kurt Morris, originally ran in Flipside
By Guest Contributor

Whether I like it or not, my humble talent is to make noise.




Alice Bag Interview
Photos by Kat Jetson, Originally ran in Razorcake #24
By Todd Taylor

I was walking down a dark street and there was a man walking behind me, and I remember thinking, “You better be scared, because I could kill you right now.” I felt like there was nothing that could happen to me, that nothing could touch me.


Interview with Hasil Adkins
Originally ran in Razorcake #19 and #20
By Bradley Williams

You can go faster if you take your shoes off.




Interview with The Ergs!
Originally ran in Razorcake #23
By Megan Pants

Yesterday some woman asked, “Does that picture of Frank Zappa on the toilet make you horny?”




Interview with the Marked Men
New intro by Matthew Hart, originally ran in Razorcake #22
By Todd Taylor

We’re still all a little bit off in our own way. We’re not average people.

 




Interview with Todd Congelliere of Recess Records, Toys That Kill
Underground Railroad To Candyland, and Stoned At Heart
By Mike Faloon

Toys That Kill and Rivethead were touring and showed up to Omaha and the promoter said, “You guys don’t have to play. No one’s here.” So we call that getting Omaha’d.




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