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Razorcake Podcast #57
With Jennifer Whiteford
By Staff

As a bit of a soundtrack to my Razorcake article about punk rockers who exercise, this is a collection of my favorite music to run to.




Razorcake Podcast #56
With Vince Battilana
By Staff

It didn’t sound depressing as hell like “D-7,” but it didn’t make me grab for my pompoms, either.




Razorcake Podcast #55
With Adrian Salas
By Staff

Some of these songs are happy, some are depressing and reflective, and some should cause spontaneous dancing.


Razorcake Podcast #54
With Kid Kevin Carle
By Staff

These records here that I played ya are some of my favorite that I could not live without, they are always by my record player’s side.




Razorcake Podcast #53
With Jennifer Whiteford
By Staff

Ottawa has a bad reputation for being a boring, government town, but I've lived here for over a decade now and the music scene has been pretty steadily awesome.




Chapter One of Shirley Wins
Read by Todd Taylor
By Staff

So because we have all this recording equipment...




Razorcake Podcast #52
With Sean Carswell
By Staff

I wanted to listen to Japanese punk rock. Why Japanese punk rock? I don't know.




Razorcake Podcast #51
With Matt Average
By Staff

Mostly hardcore and thrashy, but I've thrown in a few songs to change the pace and broaden the scope of things. Enoy!




Razorcake Podcast #50
With Russ Van Cleave
By Staff

I really believe that some of the best music recorded in the past few years has been represented at FEST and I put this podcast here together in an attempt to illustrate that point.




Razorcake Podcast #49
With Todd Taylor
By Staff

This clutch of songs is all over the map geographically and stylistically, but I file it all under the subheading of “awesome.” Hope you agree.




Razorcake Podcast #48
With Daryl Gussin
By Staff

With a little less imagination both of these bands could have been written off as copy-cats, but because of their obvious love for playing punk rock and doing things their own way, they’ve written some amazing songs.




Razorcake Podcast #47
With Ben Snakepit
By Staff

Crack open a Shiner or Lone Star and enjoy!




Razorcake Podcast #46
With Susan Chung
By Staff

Sentiment, anger, good times, travel, great shows, going broke, new vinyl from old favorites, and getting back to my roots.




Razorcake Podcast #45
With Todd Taylor
By Staff

A bad record is like one burnt kernel in a bowl of popcorn.




Razorcake Podcast #44
With Daryl Gussin
By Staff

Hope you hear something you like.




Razorcake Podcast #43
With Jimmy Alvarado
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Part 2 of Jimmy's year end music re-cap.

I’m of the mind that punk’s "golden years" happen with each new, pissed off kid that picks up an instrument and decides giving the world a little payback is in order...




Razorcake Podcast #42
With James Hernandez
By Staff

You think in 30 years people will collect podcasts? Yeah right.




Razorcake Podcast #41
With Jimmy Alvarado
By Staff

Part 1 of Jimmy's year end music re-cap.




Razorcake Podcast #40
With Jeff Proctor
By Staff

San Diego is largely a cultural cul de sac (in the most positive way).




Razorcake Podcast #39
With the GC 4
By Staff

You can be sure that all young ears were shielded when lyrics veered the Rated R route in order to bring you a mixbag of songs they're sure you'll enjoy!




Razorcake Podcast #38
With Russ Van Cleave
By Staff

New album by the current champs of feel-bad rock and roll amongst the Razorcake set.

 



Razorcake Podcast #37
With James Hernandez
By Staff

Killed By Death boner time!




Razorcake Podcast #36
With Matt Average
By Staff

Play this one loud, and kick some furniture over!




Razorcake Podcast #35
With Todd and Daryl
By Staff

Okay, I’ll talk a little shit. About 98% of radio sucks. And I’m not talking, specifically, of genres – most of which I don’t abide by – but of a specific channel’s repetition of playing the same three hundred or so songs over and over and over.




Razorcake Podcast #34
With Daryl and Todd
By Staff

Below is a fairly diverse batch of songs. Some of them are good, and some of them are really good.


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