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Surreal Punk

Punk Parenthood for the Sleep Deprived, You Can’t Fucking Have It All by Jennifer Whiteford

What happens when a forty-one-year-old mother of two has a potentially hilarious mid-life crisis?

Featured Book Reviews from Razorcake Issue 97: Streetopia, Cursed In Cairo, Hybrid Moments: A Literary Tribute to the Misfits

“The message of Streetopia is a powerful one: the best resistance is to harness and nurture community.” –Michael T. Fournier

Julie A. Ferguson Photo Column – Off With Their Heads

And I’ll just focus on trying to breathe.

Featured Zine Reviews from Razorcake Issue 97: Scam, Behind The Wheel, Emergency Exit, Francesca, Freak Tension, No Friends

“Erick’s insurrectionary spirit and joy for life still burn white hot at this issue’s core…. I treat the arrival of this zine like a national holiday, dropping everything to dig in.” –Michael T. Fournier, Scam #10, 25th Anniversary Issue

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column – Ballast

Ballast – Montreal DIY Punk.

I Don’t Deserve Friends by Jamie L. Rotante

I’m pretty lucky that my social anxiety hasn’t completely isolated me from my friends and loved ones, which leads to the important question… do I really deserve their friendship?

Eden Kittiver Photo Column – Lysolgang

Lysolgang’s catchy songs and lively energy have everyone wanting to join the gang.

Featured Record Reviews from Razorcake Issue 97: Bad Future, Bleeders, Career Suicide, Girl Power, Hot Tip, Maniac

“Girl Power’s self-titled nuclear 7” is as fierce as Elizabeth Warren’s stance on Wall Street bankers.” –Simone Carter

Louis Jacinto Photo Column – The Know

Bands like The Know were the outcome of the blast that punk created and continues to influence today.