Twelve Years – A short story by John Miskelly


“We did it in ten.”

Webcomic Wednesdays #343 by Ollie Mikse

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Razorcake Podcast #608 with Sean Carswell

In late 2003, I moved from east Los Angeles to Ventura. Ventura is a little too far north and west of Los Angeles to really be considered a suburb of the city. Some people who live here do work in LA, but their commute is brutal. Or, if they buck the culture and commute by

Featured Book Reviews Razorcake 108, Why the Ramones Matter, Tucson Salvage, xXx Fanzine: Hardcore & Punk in the Eighties


“Donna Gaines has taken the lightning-fast songs of the Ramones’ oeuvre and welded her own brainy spin on their songs, their personalities, their impact, resulting in something unequivocally fresh and engrossing.” –Michael T. Fournier, Why the Ramones Matter

Webcomic Sundays #342 by Benny Hope

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Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column – BAT

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - BAT

Sometimes there is just nothing better that seeing a bunch of good friends playing a perfect show and delivering a style of music in a way that I love. BAT is a new favorite.

Razorcake Podcast #607 with Meztli Dagger

I wanted to say I admire and am continuously encouraged and inspired by the spirit of the Bay Area. I’ve never met so many kind hearted, amazing souls who are willing to open their home to me. This is also dedicated to you and your own form of healing.

Razorcake 108, featuring Amyl And The Sniffers, Steve Ignorant of Crass, No Love, and One Punk’s Guide to Free Jazz

Razorcake 108

“Apologizing is pretty fucking brave because being honest is the bravest thing you can do, really.” –Amy, Amyl And The Sniffers

INCISIONS: Self-titled: LP/CD

TNS really does has its finger on the pulse of the U.K. punk scene and the debut album from Incisions is proof positive of its continuing good taste. This Manchester quartet displays its influences of ’80s USHC and punchy U.K. punk across a dozen tracks lasting less than a total of twenty minutes. The result is a highly efficient, angry album, built upon a blend of those influences, neither one being overpowering. I like the vocals, the brevity of the songs, and also the anger that is evident. Good stuff and I love how the vocalist pronounces “fucking” as “fooking” with his Mancunian accent. –Rich Cocksedge (TNS, info@tnsrecords.co.uk, tnsrecords.co.uk)

Webcomic Wednesdays #341 by Kelly O’Grady

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