Columns

Daisy Noemi Photo Column – Xina Xurner

Xina Xurner blurs the line between performance art and singing musician during their short but enigmatic set for one-night event, Ain’t I A Womxn?

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column – Ignite

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - Ignite

I was on the side of the stage, late in my pregnancy, taking photos. It was one of my strangest shows. I felt so out of place and yet as if I was right where I was supposed to be.

Eden Kittiver Photo Column – Failing Up

Eden Kittiver Photo Column – Failing Up

Tanya Delgado of L.A.-based band, Failing Up rocking the patio at Characters in Pomona Calif. Tanya always has such great energy during their set and loves to interact with the crowd.

Featured Zine Reviews from Razorcake 104: Tattoo Punk

Featured Zine Reviews from Razorcake 104

Pick up Tattoo Punk and get inspired to live like a maniac. Get a crazy tattoo across your forehead and stagedive to a hardcore band! Rock’n’roll forever!

Daisy Noemi Photo Column, Allison Wolfe & Alice Bag

Daisy Noemi Photo Column, Allison Wolfe & Alice Bag

Local cuties and forever-community driven humxns, Allison Wolfe and Alice Bag lend their skills to South East LA’s Chicas Rockeras girls rock camp.

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column—Best Friends Day, August 17, 2004

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column—Best Friends Day, August 17, 2004

In 2004, this was the pile of bikes outside the show at Alley Katz show with Baroness, RAMBO and Witchunt. The sign on the bike pile is promoting a mass bike ride the next morning for the all-dayer at Hadad’s.

Featured Record Reviews from Razorcake Issue 104: Bundles, Gino And The Goons, Hot Snakes, Red Dons, Screaming Females, Shark Toys

Featured Record Reviews from Razorcake Issue 104

Louis Jacinto Photo Column, The Alley Cats

Louis Jacinto Photo Column, The Alley Cats

Dianne Chai (bass and vocals), Randy Stodola (guitar and vocals), and John McCarthy (drums)—just the three of them—filled the Starwood with a fury that other larger bands couldn’t get near.

Look Out Honey, ‘Cause I’m Using Technology by Jamie L. Rotante

Look Out Honey, ‘Cause I’m Using Technology by Jamie L. Rotante

The potential pros and definite cons of using digital means for mental health in absence of therapy. One Punk’s Look at Social Anxiety, Neuroticism and Other Fun Stuff

Eden Kittiver Photo Column – Direct Hit

Eden Kittiver Photo Column – Direct Hit

Direct Hit will always be one of my favorite bands to shoot because of the amount of energy they bring to every show! No matter if they’re playing to hundreds of fans or thirty-five friends, they always have so much fun on stage and really interact with the audience.