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Kelly Lone Photo Column - Lipstick Homicide

By Kelly A. Lone

Hands-down my favorite active pop punk band.




Interview with Martin Wong of Save the Music in Chinatown
Razorcake Interview Podcast by Daryl and Todd
By Staff


Interview with Martin Wong, plus live tracks from
Mike Watt And The Secondmen and The Adolescents. 



Black Fork Interview
“Preserved” ‘90s Oakland Punk by Tracy Stansbury
By Guest Contributor

Black Fork is a ‘90s punk band from Oakland that has come and gone and come back again with the same ferocity and energy they put out years back. Despite a seemingly cursed series of tours they have started playing shows in the Bay Area.




Webcomic Wednesdays #121
Part 1
By Rodrigo V


Two girlfriends at a punk show, against the world. Straight-edge, vegan and cool as hell. A webcomic by Rodrigo V.



Dead Milkmen Interview
by Justin Telephone, new intro by Jaime Rotante
By Guest Contributor

 
Cows follow the Dead Milkmen around. 
The best time to read a newspaper is during the instrumental. 
And, don’t boil your bass strings and then drink the broth. 



Top 5s From Issue #85
Are Prisons Obsolete? by Angela Davis (Answer: yes)
By Staff


(gliched cover by candice)

Enjoy Issue #85's Top 5s with a side of audio enhancement.
Find something new to dig yer teeth into.




Louis Jacinto Photo Column - Stan Lee of The Dickies

By Louis Jacinto



The bands looked like the audience
more than the audience trying to look like the bands.




#356 with Samantha Beerhouse
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


This podcast features a few sadly defunct bands, some recent
 (RIP Neighborhood Brats) and one ancient (RIP Johnny Thunders),
 as well as few current bands that get my blood pumping, and a
sprinkling of classic (to me) pop punk-y tunes.



Tim Barry, Jenny Owen Youngs
3-20-2015, The Casbah, San Diego, CA
By Cahnie Galletta


Seeing Tim Barry is forty-five minutes of acoustic therapy.



Webcomic Wednesdays #120
Where we all move to Denver
By Chris Minetree


A cigarette and a joint were never meant to be friends. A webcomic from Comics of Mass Distraction, by Chris Minetree.



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