Deb Frazin Photo Column—Reckling

Two kick-ass Reckling shows in four days was the perfect prescription for me this week.

Anthony Mehlhaff Photo Column—The Freakees

Slipknot, Ghost, and now The Freakees: The next generation of masked rock and roll can be seen in a DIY shithole near you, if you live in the land O’ shit, aka L.A.

Interview Podcast with Cristy C. Road, By Ever Velasquez and Todd Taylor

Pull up a seat and let’s get into the world of Cristy Road. There will be plenty of surprises, shared memories, remembrances of Lookout! Records, and insights into how she’s able to make it all happen and make it look easy.

Interview with All We’ve Got director Alexis Clements by Billups Allen

“Each bookstore has its own personality, but feminist bookstores have a long history of being super queer friendly. Many of them were started by queer people and they’re gone. They’re just by and large gone. They just can’t make the math work.” –Alexis Clements

Webcomic Wednesdays #407 by Jack Steiger

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Citizenship Test, a short story by John Miskelly

A heartwarming father and son human rights atrocity.

Deb Frazin Photo Column—Slaughterhouse

Slaughterhouse has just released their cover of “Nausea” by X (with Laila Hashemi from The Paranoyds on keys), and it’s something you need to get into your earholes RIGHT NOW!

Lorien Lamarr Photo Column—Pool Kids

Every year at FEST there’s a band that I’d never heard of who blows me away. This year it’s Pool Kids. The sound was hard and raw with breathy and throaty vocals, which is usually enough of a dichotomy on its own to draw my attention, but then there were twinkly noodley guitars and a billion time signature changes and I died.

Razorcake Podcast #669 with Johnny and Elwood

O flower of Scotland when will we see your like again?

Webcomic Wednesdays #406 by Rick V.

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