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An Interview with The Hussy
Reckless abandon from Madison, WI.
By Sal Lucci

Heather: I played guitar when I was in middle school because that was the cheapest instrument to rent.




Nardwuar The Human Serviette Vs. Ian MacKaye
This interview originally ran in Razorcake #04, 2001
By Nardwuar

"Two bananas could never hurt anybody."




Interview with The Spits
Interview by Justin Maurer
By Guest Contributor

A sense of frustration against the world. All kinds of shit. Small towns, government, cops, moms and dads and Jesus.




Interview with Duane Peters
And an updated introduction by Kristen K.
By Todd Taylor

Twenty-three hour lockdown with three black guys that were trying to teach me how to meditate. One guy had one arm.




Interview with The Safes
It’s a weird time to be alive. But when the hell isn’t?
By Mike Faloon

Dave had a jacket with Ramones written on the back. The dean grabbed him and he mispronounced the name of the band. “Who’s this Roman Ohs? Are you starting a gang?”




Interview with The Max Levine Ensemble
By Donna Ramone
By Guest Contributor

“These are on their way out and we need a flag. What better way to eulogize my most trusted and favorite pair of underpants than to hoist it atop a mountain?”




An Interview with Lagwagon
Interview and photos by Sean Logic
By Guest Contributor

When you’re young, you’re like a sponge and you have a deeper connection with music. So my feeling is I think when people liked the band way back then there’s always going to be a little place for us.




Interview with the creator of The Outhouse The Film
By Tim Jamison
By Guest Contributor

The surprise is that it was there for so long, existing under the radar, and the place never got shut down.




Interview with The Undertones
By Justin Maurer
By Guest Contributor

Punk was all about staying the same as your audience.




Interview with Alicja Trout of The River City Tanlines, Lost Sounds, Black Sunda

By Ryan Leach

Recording in the studio is much different than recording at home. You’re striving for something perfect when you record in the studio. You lose something in the process.




Interview with Howard Zinn: A People's History of the United States
By Sean Carswell and Todd Taylor
By Staff

Music can also serve a very important social function because music can do things that mere prose, mere ordinary political agitation can’t do. It can deepen the feelings that people have about issues.




Interview with Fat Mike and Erin of Fat Wreck Chords and NOFX
Interview by Sean Carswell and Todd Taylor
By Staff

Mike: We really don’t push bands at Fat, at all, to record or do tours. Like I never called up Propagandhi and said, “Hey, how about a new record?”




Interview with Tim Yohannan and Jen Angel of Maximumrock’n’roll Part 2
Bad Taste Is in the Majority, Part 2
By Todd Taylor

The epic conclusion...

 

 




Interview with Tim Yohannan and Jen Angel of Maximumrock’n’roll Part 1
Bad Taste Is in the Majority, Part 1
By Todd Taylor

When I found out I had cancer, it was sort of like, “Am I going to change now?” People will say, “Don’t you want to go travel?” And I was like, “No, I want to work on the magazine.” This is what I really want.




Interview with Curtis Harrington
By Gib Strange
By Guest Contributor

I can never remember the names of people I don’t like.




Interview with Two Cow Garage
By Ian Weir
By Guest Contributor

We don’t deserve anything. We work for everything we get and that’s Ohio to the core.




Interview with The Weird Lovemakers
Originally appeared in Issue #03.
By Sean Carswell

The local news ran a spot “How to spot a drug house in your neighborhood.” And I guess my house fit the profile. Weeds in the front yard. Lots of comings and goings at strange hours of the day and night.




Interview with Joe Lally of Fugazi
By Paul Comeau
By Guest Contributor

Fugazi was not a person. It was a thing. It was people and you just let it do what it needed to do. That’s the big difference with songwriting on my own.




Interview with Mike Rugg of the Bigfoot Discovery Museum
Squatch Talk
By Guest Contributor

What better way to discredit a story than to run it in the Enquirer? It’s well known that the military industrial complex has been doing this for years with UFO and alien research.




Interview with Alex Cox: Director of Repo Man, Sid & Nancy, and many more.

By Billups Allen

What else does Liverpool have besides popular culture? And the slave trade.




Interview with DRI
''Someone told me we single-handedly ruined punk rock forever.''
By Guest Contributor

This place was a big metal building. There was all this condensation that built up and it actually was raining the whole time inside ‘cause of all the people and how nuts they were going!




Interview with Dillinger Four
Orginally appeared as two parts in issues #11 and #12.
By Todd Taylor

There are things that we do now that we probably didn't think we ever would. That's just reality, but that doesn't mean that I hate myself or we hate ourselves because of that. It's just that you live and learn things, essentially. There are things that are universal truths within this group of four people that will probably never change.




Interview with Zack Carlson of the book, Destroy All Movies.

By Billups Allen

“Let’s use one of those ugly kids from the mall.”




Interview with M.O.T.O.
By Sal Lucci
By Guest Contributor

We didn’t really get with the punks until about 2000 or so.




Interview with the Jukebox Zeros
Meat and potatoes rock'n'roll.
By Mike Frame

The first band I was in to actually release a record and do stuff, we were first called Knucklehead. Then we realized that name had been taken so we changed it to Knuckleheads. Then we found out that name had been taken, and by then we already had a 7” out. We changed our name to the Caffeinds only to find out years later there was a band from Texas called that.




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