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· 1:Patrick Houdek Photo Column - Lost Cross House
· 2:The Backpatches of NYC (Collection 5)
· 3:The Falcon, The Copyrights, Sam Russo live at the Troubadour, July 16, 2016
· 4:#413 with Bianca and Rhea of LA Zine Fest
· 5:Razorcake #93 Now Available, featuring Basement Benders

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The Backpatches of NYC (Collection 3)
Taking shots of those who turn their backs on me throughout NYC
By Adel Souto

One thing I can say about this project is that it gets me to talk to a lot of folks
who help me discover worlds of music, and art, which I am sometimes unaware of.
With thanks, here’s round three.

Julie A. Ferguson Photo Column - Hold Tight
By Julie A. Ferguson

Richmond pop punks get wild for Hold Tight’s Green Day cover set
at a Haus Addy basement show.

Interview with The Bombpops
Razorcake Podcast by Madeline Bridenbaugh and Todd Taylor
By Staff

How many Bombpops does it take to get a sugar high on ’90s skate-influenced pop punk? I’d say about four straight out of Southern California in the form of two shredding lady guitarists and two dudes in a long-familiar rhythm section.

Razorcake Issue #36 from 2007 Featuring Off With Their Heads
Street Dogs, Diane Gamboa, Pointed Sticks, Entropy, and Touring Comfortably
By Staff

The most miserable things in the world never sounded so awesome.

Louis Jacinto Photo Column, The Screamers
Punk: Energy Unleashed
By Louis Jacinto

This image of Screamers frontman Tomata du Plenty seems as if he is entering
another dimension causing his features to distort. 

#410 with Daryl
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


Razorcake Issue #35 from 2006 Featuring Bloodhag
Billy Childish, The Loved Ones, In The Red Records, The Feelers, Whiskey and Co.
By Staff

We misspelled the cover band. Yup. Forgot the “d” in the most literate band
we’ve ever interviewed. Go Blööhag.

Webcomic Wednesdays #180
One from the archives
By Ben Snakepit

Another comic from the archives. Ben Snakepit gives us his top ten favorite movies about punks.

The Backpatches of NYC (Collection 2)
by Adel Souto (adelsouto.com)
By Guest Contributor

Taking shots of those who turn their backs on me throughout New York City.

Patrick Houdek Photo Column - No Empathy
By Patrick Houdek

Roast Beef Special

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