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Amina Cruz’s Photo Column—Remorseless

Amina Cruz’s Photo Column—Remorseless

I was finally able to catch Remorseless. I love their dual vocals and energy. They opened Femme Fatale at Lee’s in East Los this month.

Featured Record Reviews Razorcake #101: Liquids, Caves, City Mouse, Limp Wrist, Pine Hill Haints, Propagandhi

Featured Record Reviews Razorcake #101

Daisy Noemi Photo Column – Dimber

Daisy Noemi Photo Column –Dimber

Caleb Miller and Matt Walsh from Dimber wait for their set time along side Susan and Peach Kelli Pop in an effort to fundraise for the Downtown Women’s Center.

Featured Zine Reviews Razorcake #101: When Language Runs Dry,Gad, Local Vocals, Pasazer, Rock ‘N’ Roll Forever

: Featured Zine Reviews Razorcake #101

“It features work which validates the experience of those who are living with such hurt. The narrator tries to handle all of this psychic weight with grace. But it’s hard.” –Jim Joyce, When Language Runs Dry: A Zine for People with Chronic Pain And Their Allies #5

Louis Jacinto Photo Column — Tomata Du Plenty

Louis Jacinto Photo Column — Tomata Du Plenty

That night, I mustered up the nerve to talk to Tomata. I told him I had lots of shots of The Screamers in performance and he said he preferred those types of shots rather than being posed.

One Punk Goes to the Movies: Planes, Trains & Automobiles By James Rosario

One Punk Goes to the Movies – Planes, Trains & Automobiles By James Rosario

John Hughes may be most famous for teen comedy/dramas like Sixteen Candles and The Breakfast Club, but his best, and most punk work is the road trip disaster film Planes, Trains & Automobiles. It achieves something almost unheard of in comedy—complexity that is revealed over time, and with age. There’s something for everyone—ten-year-old kids, forty-year-old punks, and everyone in between.

Eden Kittiver Photo Column – Anti-Flag

Eden Kittiver Photo Column – Anti-Flag

Everyone loved Anti-Flag as a kid, and their new album American Fall keeps them relevant thirty years later.

Featured Book Review from Razorcake #100: Fear of a Nørb Planet

Fear of a Nørb Planet

It’s one of the greatest comedy works of our time—and everyone knows the best comedy is based in the humdrum, the mundane. Nørb spins the everyday into gold. A triumph. –Michael T. Fournier, Fear of a Nørb Planet

Amina Cruz’s Photo Column – La Pregunta of Argument ?

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Bind me, tie me, chain me to the wall.

Featured Zine Reviews from Razorcake Issue 100: King-Cat Comics and Stories, Not Like You, Slingshot, Subdude, Suburban Struggle

Featured Zine Reviews from Razorcake Issue 100

Thoughtful and serene moments epitomize the brilliance of King-Cat Comics; every experience—no matter how mundane—is valuable, meaningful, and worthy of documentation.