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Razorcake #61 from 2011, featuring Airfix Kits, Christ On Parade, Sun God, Robert McChesney, and Behind Bullying: Interview with Andrew Vachss, Frank Caruso, and Zak Mucha

Razorcake #61

Here at the ‘Cake, we’re tired of hearing “It gets better,” so we just like to think “sometimes everything isn’t totally shitty.”

Razorcake #60 from 2011, featuring Red Dons, Ari Up, Rations, Wyn Davis, How to Start Your Own DIY Record Label

Razorcake #60

“In other words, the only way to be a punk is to suffer in obscurity or become a traitor somehow to one side or the other. You just can’t win.” –Red Dons

Razorcake #59 from 2010 featuring, Rumspringer, Eric Davidson, Mary Woronov, Sick Sick Birds, Nervous Gender

Razorcake #59

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Razorcake #58 from 2010, featuring Mark Sultan, John Lydon, Hamburger Help Me, Kreamy ‘Lectric Santa, Nervous Gender

Razorcake #58

“We were already on the outside, which was apparent when punks were screaming at you, shouting, “That’s not even fucking music! What are you doing?” –Nervous Gender

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.