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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.




Interview with Old Man Markley
By Joe Dana
By Guest Contributor

I say, “Why’d you tackle me?” He says, “Because you started to play ‘Tiny Dancer!’” I said, “You asked me to!” He said, “I didn’t know you could do it!”




Interview with Red City Radio
By Tyler Sonic
By Guest Contributor

One guy showed up at the end and showed us all his nuts. You guys remember that? He just asked, “You wanna see my nuts?” Then he pulled his nuts out.




Interview with Brian Peterson: Author of Burning Fight

By Matt Average

Perhaps the most beautiful thing about hardcore is that it’s a scene of people—mostly kids—who are struggling to find their place in the world. They are going to fuck up, say outrageous things, piss each other off. It’s a given. We’re all imperfect. Personal introspection and evolution can be a painful process, but, overall, growth is positive.




Interview with Monster Pussy
There’s never been a mosh pit at our shows.
By Billups Allen

Steve: Stripped down. The sun washed everything out. I feel like our songs are monochromatic. They are a little bleached out and crunchy. To me, it is what the desert sounds like.




Interview with The Defenders
By Justin Maurer
By Guest Contributor

In the ‘80s, bands weren’t really singing about nuclear proliferation. I’m not really sure if our audiences got our message, but everyone seemed to be having a good time.




Interview with No Idea
Celebrating their 25th birthday.
By Todd Taylor

Necessity is the mother of invention... or at least the midwife of DIY. We simply had no choice but to dig in and make the attempt. No one was going to do it for us.




Interview with Babyshaker
Charlotte, NC's pissed off party band.
By chris

We kept getting told how much we sucked by critics but we kept getting asked to play all this rad shit.




Interview with German Hardcore-Skate-Thrashers Scheisse Minnelli
By Jan Röhlk
By Guest Contributor

When I awoke after the surgery, my first question was, “Do I still got my boys”?




Interview with The Leftovers
By Tyler Sonic
By Guest Contributor

We’ve always loved the classical sense of a standard ‘60s pop tune and trying to make a punk rock song a true rock’n’roll song.




Interview with No Friends
I’m personally never too busy to rock.
By Dave Williams

I don’t really care who comes to our shows as long as they don’t beat me up because we’re not metal enough for ‘em.




Interview with Killed By The Bull
By Joe Allocco
By Guest Contributor

Joe: As an older “punk kid,” what keeps you here?
Justin: I will always be here.




Interview with Franz Nicolay
By John Miskelly and Leo Stamps
By Guest Contributor

 "A band is a beautiful dream and a really delicate thing."




Oi Polloi Interview Extras
Interview by Kevin Dunn
By Guest Contributor

We haven’t got a venue where we can play? Okay, we go and build a stage on an island!




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