Columns

Lorien Lamarr Photo Column – Zeta

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The members of Zeta are from Venezuela and have applied for permanent U.S. residency after touring in the United States for the last two years. . If you want to show your support for keeping this inspiring and hardworking band together, you can sign the petition on change.org.

Featured Record Reviews Razorcake 109–Blood Blush, Buzzcocks, Kepi Ghoulie, S.B.F, Spiritual Cramp

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Louis Jacinto Photo Column – The Alley Cats

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Punk, But Good Looking Too!

Top 5s from Razorcake 109 featuring: Bad Sports, Iron Chic, Muro, Sick Thoughts, Lisa Marr and The Tranzmitors, Toys That Kill

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Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column – To What End?

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With guitars and drums from Wolfbrigade members and dual male/female vocals delivering a divergent, catchy, pummeling Swedish d-beat with harmonic weaving guitars, and a hard-driving beat. Oh Eleanor, how I love you!

Featured DVD Reviews Razorcake 109—Bad Reputation the Joan Jett Documentary

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If you weren’t a fan of Joan Jett before seeing this, you will definitely have a mantle dedicated to her afterwards. I’ll end with a quote from Razorcake contributor Ben Snakepit. “At the end I was bawling like Holly Hunter in Raising Arizona, ‘I love her so much!’”

Daisy Noemi Photo Column—Alice Bag

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Alice Bag shakes Dorothy’s chandeliers.

Lorien Lamarr Photo Column – GILT

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Equal parts ennui and blind rage. GILT makes me feel less alone in my anger. They express some of these feelings better than I’ve been able to put into words myself.

Eden Kittiver Photo Column – Pussy Cow

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Pu$$y-Cow’s set ended with Joe on the floor in front of the stage, stripped down to American Flag undies and singing into the mic as streamers were thrown and unraveled around him. Some real party rock’n’roll shit.

A Eulogy for Maximum Rock’n’roll Print Zine by Will Kenneth

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With the Maximum Rock’n’roll print zine coming to a close, Will looks back on his time as an avid MRR reader and how their DIY ethos left an impact on his life.