Back Issue PDFs

Razorcake #57 from 2010, featuring Noam Chomsky, Thee Undertakers, Daylight Robbery, and The Films of Pedro Almodovar

Razorcake #57 - Noam Chomsky

“People are very atomized right now. They’re also very angry. There’s tremendous anger in the country right now, worse than anything I can remember or know about in history.” -Noam Chomsky

Razorcake #56 from 2010, featuring Thee Undertakers, Billy Bragg, Dude Jams

Razorcake 56

Click this link for why Cheap Girlsaren’t listed in the title.

Razorcake #55 from 2010, featuring Eddy Current Suppression Ring, Ringers, Oi Polloi, Bruce Moreland (Wall Of Voodoo, Skulls, Nervous Gender)

Razorcake Issue 55

“The special part of music is when I buy records: that constant search for awesome music that you’ve never heard.” –Eddy Current Suppression Ring

Razorcake #54 from 2010, featuring Young Offenders, Dead Milkmen, Death Crisis, Dark Ages, and The Lumberjack Mordam Music Group Debacle part II

Razorcake #54

“Music has no boundaries. Like the universe, music keeps on going and going and going.” –Young Offenders

Razorcake #53 from 2009, featuring RVIVR, NoBunny, Good Luck, Artcore Fanzine, The Lumberjack Mordam Music Group Debacle part I

“Everyday accountability is so fucking important: holding people and ourselves to incredibly high standards.” –RVIVR

Razorcake #52 from 2009, featuring The Brokedowns, Tiltwheel, Part III, 16, The Coathangers, Fallujah 71, Kathy Griffin, and Lily Tomlin

Yes, Lily Tomlin.

Razorcake #51 from 2009, Featuring The Underground Railroad To Candyland, Cobra Skulls, Tiltwheel, Part II, and Whoa Oh Records

If Fugazi was fronted by the stoners from Fast Times at Ridgemont High you’d have Underground Railroad.

Razorcake #50 from 2009, Featuring Tiltwheel, Shellshag, and Banner Pilot

Each issue included a pull-out poster featuring all previous Razorcake covers! Poster not uploaded to the internet! Keep reading print zines!

Razorcake Issue #49 from April/May 2009, Featuring Shark Pants, Holly Golightly, In Defence, Vitamin X, and Louis Jacinto

A lot of people were very unhappy with how many times we reviewed Dillinger Four’s Civil War in the previous issue. I mean, people complained to me about it a decade later. My response: fanzine = fan + zine.

Razorcake Issue #48 from 2009, featuring Shang-A-Lang, God Damn Doo Wop Band, It’s Casual, Horsebites, One Punk’s Guide to Otis Reading, and Obituary for Jamie Ewing

A band called the Grave Diggers were scheduled to open for Otis Redding the day his plane crashed in Wisconsin. The Grave Diggers went on to become Cheap Trick… And people really got pissed off that we reviewed Dillinger Four’s Civil War so many times. Like they bring it up seven years later.