Razorcake 113, featuring Snakes, Mekons, Falling on Deaf Eyes with Justin Maurer, Aquarian Blood, and Dott

“I have a hole in my chest… The first time was in high school, someone drank milk out of it. My shit’s just all fucked up. I can eat cereal out of it. I can drink beer out of it.” —Mark, from Snakes interview.

Eastside Punks, Episode 1: Thee Undertakers


In this first installment of the Eastside Punks series, we speak with first-gen East L.A. punks Thee Undertakers. Beginning at local parties in 1977, they became regulars in the scene centered around the legendary early-’80s eastside punk club The Vex.

Welcome to the 2019 Razorcake Donation Drive!

Replacement Page #62 in Issue #113

Just giving everyone the heads up that there was a complication with the printing of the new issue and a whole page is missing.

Razorcake 112, featuring NOlympics LA, Sweet Knives, The Outcasts, and One Punk’s Guide to Standup Comedy

“Arm yourself with knowledge; the more you learn about this stuff, the less you’re compelled to not do anything about it.” –NOlympics LA interview

Razorcake Presents: Acoustic Guitars and Emotional Scars

Come Out and get real with an evening of deep feelz and excavating the bullshit ♥ Featuring Cristy Road, Candace Hansen, and CJ Miller

Chris L. Terry Black Card book release with James Spooner

Razorcake is proud to host two Razorcake contributors in celebration of the release of Chris L. Terry’s novel Black Card at Book Show on Sat., Oct. 5 at 7PM in our home of Highland Park for a reading, book signing, and conversation with AfroPunk filmmaker James Spooner.

Razorcake 111, featuring Cristy C. Road, Spiritual Cramp, Abo Comix, and One Punk’s Guide to the Dark Ages

“I had zines. I had full control. I could do whatever the hell I wanted. That’s what zines were there for.” –Cristy C. Road

Student Teaching Journal + Illustrations from a body of work titled, I Like Making Art With You, by Elly Dallas / Available now in the webstore!

Student Teaching Journal + Illustrations from a body of work titled, I Like Making Art With You is a collection of thoughts and observations relating to the role of a student teacher in a Midwestern public school forced to spend hours upon hours with an undesirable mentor teacher while confronting the challenges of teaching in a low socio-economic status school. Alongside journal entries are illustrated portraits of children and adults engaging in the art making process: necessary, rewarding reminders that outweigh the day-to-day frustrations.

Last day of the 2019 June Subscription Drive!

Get a 10 issue subscription for $17! In the last several years Razorcake was forced to shift away from traditional magazine distributors and put our faith in those who have been with us since day one: our readers. Thankfully, people pulled through and we’re still in business! The Sponsor A Space Program and the June