One Punk Goes to the Movies: Mary Poppins and Walt Disney’s Inadvertent Feminist Agenda by James Rosario

One Punk Goes to the Movies: Mary Poppins and Walt Disney’s Inadvertent Feminist Agenda by James Rosario

In 1964, Walt Disney released a timeless classic that would go on to be adored and beloved for generations. What he didn’t realize that this classic, Mary Poppins, was also rife with feminist ideals and had anti-capitalist leanings.

Daisy Noemi Photo Column—Nonchalant Savant

Daisy Noemi Photo Column—Nonchalant Savant

Nonchalant Savant takes it all in as he prepares to leave for his first U.S. tour, War and Leisure, alongside Miguel. Get ready to soak in his chill sound bites as he and Sir open all tour long.

Razorcake Podcast #531 with Thirsty Thursdays Presented By The Dollar Boys

Flibbiddydibbiddydob.

Watch the video for Mike Faloon’s book The Other Night at Quinn’s

Webcomic Wednesdays #269 by Elly Dallas

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Interview Podcast with Phranc, by Todd Taylor and Alice Bag

Phranc, as a punk, went folk in the early ’80s. Her solo debut, Folksinger was released in 1985, and featured “Take off Your Swastika.” She toured the world both as The Smiths’ and Morrissey’s opening act and recorded five solo full lengths.

Razorcake #63 from 2011, featuring Ben Cook, Tutu & The Pirates, Jack Grisham, and Found Footage Festival

Razorcake #63 from 2011

“I don’t want to be, “Why is everyone so stupid?” But it’s hard not to think like that. I just try and ignore the fact that people are so fucking clueless about music.” –Ben Cook

Louis Jacinto Photo Column—Nervous Gender, Mike Ochoa

Louis Jacinto Photo Column—Nervous Gender, Mike Ochoa

Although I always felt Mike Ochoa was quiet—even quieter than me—it was more his constitution rather than a sense of shyness. He contributed fully to Nervous Gender and I always loved when he sang lead on the songs, my favorite being “Scandinavian Dilemma.”

Razorcake Podcast #530 with Thirsty Thursdays Presented By The Dollar Boys

Thirsty Thursdays, Presented by The Dollar Boys is a highly unorganized group of individuals who get together to play the best and worst of old and new, punk, hardcore, and god knows what else. Come for the music, stay for the memories.

An Oral History of The Lost Sounds by Ryan Leach

An Oral History of The Lost Sounds by Ryan Leach

An Oral History of The Lost Sounds: “I think The Lost Sounds singlehandedly changed the direction of garage rock.” -Larry Hardy, In The Red Records