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Delivering Babies During a Blizzard in Colorado
An Interview with the Starvations
By Todd Taylor

Jean-Paul: Music becomes a person. You can hate them or you can like them. Maybe it's your lover, but if you develop a good relationship with that person, then you need them around. There's this weird chemical attachment to it and music's the same way. You become that way with your instrument.




An Interview with Javier of the Zeros
By Mike Frame
By Guest Contributor

Javier: Those new wave nights were so funny because there would be these bands that were just so weird. There was a band called Juice, with a guy who had really, really long hair like he was in Black Oak Arkansas or something.



British Hepatitis-core!
An Interview with the Restarts
By Guest Contributor

Kieran: Punk represents a lot of different things to a lot of people. From its inception, punk was up for grabs, so people took their little piece of it and created their own offshoot or scene. That's why punk as a general term can represent such polar opposites as GG Allin and Crass, or Beerzone and Harum Scarum.




Strike Anywhere: The Evolution of Punk Rock Angst
An Interview by Greg Barbera
By Guest Contributor

Thomas:In Richmond, there's so much ruin and decay right along the river; right along where the slave auction blocks were, these haunting reminders of this incredible history that public school education doesn't cover very well.




Naming Skate Tricks After Olympic Divers
An Interview with the Arrivals
By Todd Taylor

Todd: Have you ever found your hand in a toilet?
Little Dave: The last would be when I was smoking hitters at work in the bathroom, dropped my hitter in the toilet and had to pull it out.




A Fireside Chat with Gay Norwegian Sailors
An Interview with Turbonegro by Rex Reason
By Guest Contributor

Rex: So you do admit that there are heterosexuals in Turbonegro?
Hank: There are some closet heterosexuals.
Tom: Periodically.




The Skulls
Old Dudes: They Don't Always Suck
By Todd Taylor

Todd: Here's a hypothetical question. What do the Skulls have in common with Michael Jackson?
Kevin: I slept at The Ranch when I was thirteen.




An Interview with DRI
Twenty Years of Violent Pacification
By chris

"We're punk in the same way Thoreau was punk." -Kurt


The Scaries
"I did not answer this question well."
By chris

"Mike's son is my girlfriend, so that makes things easier."


Peelander-Z
The Japanese Noodle Samurai Punk Band: Interview by Heela
By Guest Contributor

Heela: Okay, good. Where or who is the best Peelander audience?

Kengo: We cannot find in the ass. We cannot find on the ass... Explain is very difficult, right?




Interview with Paddy of Dillinger Four
I Didn't Necessarily Fuck My Shoe
By Todd Taylor

Paddy: On top of that, there are a lot of important hot dogs to eat and video games to play, when you get down to it.




Alkaline Trio
Two Lazy Guys and a Drunk
By Todd Taylor

People in the middle of wherever who don't have the first clue about anything in underground music, would ask, "What's the name of your rock band?" We would tell them, "Alkaline Trio," and they'd be like, "What type of fucked-up faggot shit is that?"


The Epoxies
Razorblade Slashes and Android Vaseline Kisses
By Todd Taylor

FM: Poison humans. Fuck robots.




Interview with No Front Teeth Boys
Interview by Chris P.
By Guest Contributor

It's totally weird! Maybe people are waking up to the unrefined punk rock! People are getting bored of the humdrum, shiny punk bullshit and we offer a crude, honest alternative.


Cleaning Up with The Sleazies
By Michael Grigelevich
By Guest Contributor


Jami: I'm not particularly interested in writing songs about anything deeper than eating glue.
Josh: Or killing yourself so you can keep it up.
Jami: Yeah, shooting yourself in the head to get an erection through rigor mortis…



Pimpin' Ain't Easy
Play Pussy; Get Fucked! An Interview with The Dwarves by Rex Reason
By Guest Contributor

Blag: It’s something I’ve been doing the whole time I’ve been making music, just scaring the fuck out of people who are boring. I figure that comes with the job for me. And there’s enough boring people out there that they scare awful easy.



Blue Collar Special
An Interview by Joseph Dana
By Guest Contributor

"What also came through was the fact that Rafe had consumed a lot of coffee, and we discussed how low grade legal speed is just plain wonderfulness." -Joseph



The Queers
Joe, His Hat, and His Twelfth-grade Education
By Felizon Vidad

Joe Queer: The other night, we're all standing outside and you know, all the guys were standing around and this blonde girl comes out, she was twenty, and she just comes right up to me in front of everybody. Right out loud and goes, 'I want to fuck you.' That was the first time something like that ever happened...



Daycare Swindlers
Just Be Glad That Tony Bennet Didn't Influence Punk
By Jessica Disobedience

Reiter: That’s a mystery, the whole Dashboard Confessional thing. At Tower Records, it’s filed in the punk section. It’s a dickhead with an acoustic guitar. They used to call that folk music.



Jade Tree Moves a Showcase Due to Clear Channel
An Interview with Darren Walters
By Todd Taylor

Jade Tree isn't "going against" Clear Channel. Jade Tree is not attempting to spear head the battle against the corporate giant, but rather show that small, seemingly insignificant acts can sometimes have an effect. -Darren


Reagan SS
An Interview
By Todd Taylor

Matt: I don't want to put out records or do music anymore where I just listen to it. I want you to react. "Oh, fuck, my ears. Ahhh, that is unpleasant.



Wino Roping:
The Stencil Art of Chris Francis
By bradley

Chris: I can?t ride a horse so I got on a bike and started roping kids. Worked my way up and started roping winos, women, and poles. I do whatever it takes.



The Chronics
Interview by Greg Lowery
By Guest Contributor

Stefano Chronic: First of all, we wanna keep our rock'n'roll as honest and unbullshit as possible.


Interview with the Lost Sounds
They Brought a Huge Dildo of Musical Talent
By erika

Alicja: Black metal's good. It sounds…Jay: And she doesn’t mean Living Color.


Jeffrey Yamaguchi of Stroboscope Productions
An Indie Publisher Interview
By Sean Carswell

...it just comes down to the creation of cool projects that find their way through the cultural noise and the walls of the mass media, and there it is, something that just blows away the people who get their hands on it


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