Part of why I was so motivated to put myself through this time-consuming and frustrating experience is because I think it’s important for more women to be talking about music or anything at all. So many things in my life are male dominated, and I’m guessing they are for you as well.
Featured Book Reviews from Razorcake Issue 96: Prodigal Rogerson, As You Were, Vol. 5, Let’s Go to Hell
Rogerson’s antics and chronicles his post Circle Jerks career, which included a stint in a band with Kristy McNichol’s brother… and short a and mysterious military career.
Veteran Razorcake comic creators Liz Prince (Tomboy, the very funny autobiographical comics that come right before Rev Nørb’s column) and Amanda Kirk (Known as Nation of Amanda and mother of the happiest small human you ever did see) are hitting the big time with their new monthly comic book, Coady and the Creepies.
Top 5s from Razorcake 96: Drakulas, Alice Bag, Toys That Kill, Uranium Club, Shit Present, Dead To Me
Good music has been political for years. Ask any DIY band that’s not made up of all straight white dudes. –Candace Hansen