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This Bike Is A Pipebomb Interview by Scott Stanton

By Guest Contributor

Punk is a crappy old van held together with a pickle jar lid that you
have to hobble to in the morning and drive to another show!

ИO///sé Interview by John Massel
Beach Bathroom Punk Rock Down-Stroke Purveyors
By Guest Contributor

ИO///sé is a dual city, down-stroke-loving punk band, sharing members in Oakland, CA, and Portland, OR. When I talked to the boys they were gearing up for the release of their second full-length, Lower Berth. ИO///sé loves Rudimentary Peni, The Wipers, and burritos. I let them fill you in on the rest.

Gwar Interview: Nardwuar Vs. Oderus Urungus
Originally ran in Razorcake #13, 2003
By Nardwuar

There’s no level to the degree of prostitution I will whore myself out to
in order to continue my existence as a fucked-up drunken piece of shit.
RIP Oderus Urungus.

Nobunny Interview
Originally from issue #53, now an ebook with updated intro
By Billups Allen

Some of the people react really strongly and bizarrely when I’m performing,
for sure, which is good.

L Henderson Interview, Trans Punk
Listen Lady, The Pillowfights, LH2020
By Kayla Greet

L Henderson speaks on being a trans person of color in punk and 
hip-hop subcultures, terminal illness, and marginalized communities. 

Billy Zoom Interview
Originally ran in issue #26 in 2005, now an ebook with a new intro
By Julia Smut

Julia Kwong interviews Billy Zoom about his musical origins, love of British machinery,
and the guitarist’s role of fucking with the drummer. 

Black Fork Interview
“Preserved” ‘90s Oakland Punk by Tracy Stansbury
By Guest Contributor

Black Fork is a ‘90s punk band from Oakland that has come and gone and come back again with the same ferocity and energy they put out years back. Despite a seemingly cursed series of tours they have started playing shows in the Bay Area.

Dead Milkmen Interview
by Justin Telephone, new intro by Jaime Rotante
By Guest Contributor

Cows follow the Dead Milkmen around. 
The best time to read a newspaper is during the instrumental. 
And, don’t boil your bass strings and then drink the broth. 

Hazzard’s Cure
Bay Area Doom/Stoner Metal, By Tracy Stansbury
By Guest Contributor


Their live shows simply can’t be recreated through a camera phone video—the band insists that “People need to come to see us live because when you see us live, it smells like there’s a porno being made live on stage. It really does.”

An Interview with Bridgetown DIY Collective
Do It Yourself, Forever
By John Mule

As they prepare for their two-year anniversary, members of the San Gabriel Valley’s Bridgetown DIY collective talk history, philosophy, anarchy, and
struggling alongside their friends at San Diego’s Che Café.

Off With Their Heads Interview
Originally ran in issue #43, now an ebook with updated intro
By Megan Pants

We’re not poets; we’re construction workers.

Interview with Ian McGregor of McGreat Deals Records, San Clemente, CA
If it’s too late to surf, it’s early enough to buy records.
By Ryan Nichols

You find yourself in south Orange County and you’re hungry for some food and want to flip through records. So you enter McGreat Deals Records in San Clemente. You buy a bunch of rad punk rock and jazz records, eat at Surfin’ Chicken, and leave happy.

Interview with Paul Dechichio of Tor Johnson Records

By Paul J. Comeau

Braver Interview

By MP Johnson

Minneapolis pop punk band Braver is going where no band has gone before
with The Braver Show, a comedic web series filled
with murder, mischief and… ghost cops?

Interview with Darren of Vinyl Solution Record Store
Give These Records a Warm Home
By Ryan Nichols

Where Record Store Day is every damn day. Ryan visits the vinyl stalwart of Huntington Beach. They talk about bootlegging, Duane Peters, Branca, and their bathroom plastered with David Lee Roth.

Windian Records Interview
With Eric Brady
By Ryan Leach

Windian Records suffered the tragic loss of its founder. As a testament to his vision, friends, family, and a family of bands continues his legacy. 

The Coathangers Interview
by Aldo Huxtable
By Guest Contributor

Ovarian Psycos
Haters Gonna Hate, Ovaries Going to Ovulate by Javier Cabral
By Guest Contributor

Radon Interview
Originally ran in issue #38, now an ebook with a new intro by Tyler Sonnichsen.
By Megan Pants

Interview with Dave of Factory Records Store
Come and Get Your Record Fix
By Ryan Nichols

Interview with Wayne Kramer
Different Than What Ran in Razorcake 82
By Jeff Proctor

Tom Neely and Keenan Keller Interview
L.A., DIY, Punk, Process, and Primates
By Alxis Ratkevich

Interview with Zig Zags

By Alxis Ratkevich

Marilyn Thunderhorse Interview
Sacramento Punk House Axewave
By Lory Gil

Roman Candles Interview
Converting Sincerity into Sound
By Sean Arenas

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