Daisy Noemi Photo Column—Zipaktli The illAgator and Oscura Luna

Chicas Rockeras SELA invited Zipaktli The illAgator & Oscura Luna, amongst others, to perform during lunchtime for the SELA rock campers.

Deb Frazin Photo Column—Amyl And The Sniffers

Two weeks ago, you might have felt everything around you shaking and thought you were feeling another earthquake, but it wasn’t the earth moving—it was Amyl And The Sniffers’ explosive set tearing up The Teragram!

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column—The Bouncing Souls

I remember putting together the perfect show: 2.5 Children, Choking Victim, The Bouncing Souls, and Citizen Fish at ABC NO RIO. It sounds completely unreal now that all those bands could play together in such a small space. Long live The Bouncing Souls.

Deb Frazin Photo Column—The Stranglers

After forty-plus years, various lead singers, and a vast discography that fans will never get tired of hearing, The Stranglers are still putting on phenomenal shows for sold-out crowds.

Louis Jacinto Photo Column—The Screamers

Yes, Tomata du Plenty was like no other punk from the Los Angeles scene of the 1970s in performance. But it was the tightness and sound explosion given him by the other three band members which made The Screamers unlike any other band.

Featured Zine Reviews Razorcake 110—Koreangry, 13 Poems, Behind the Zines, Gooberbutt?!, Minor Leagues

Don’t let human connection die. Talk to strangers. Read zines.

Deb Frazin Photo Column—The Avengers

Seasoned punk rockers are like family, and when a member of the family is in need, everyone pitches in to help. After the death of original Avengers guitarist Jimmy Wilsey, The Alley Cats, The Dils, The Avengers and the punk rock community came together to raise money for Jimmy’s surviving son Wayon.

Anthony Mehlhaff Photo Column—The Manx

This is only the beginning of this fascinating voyage into the bizarre world of The Manx. Take my hand, close your eyes, and trust me as I spit a mouthful of food coloring deep into the pores of your face.

Featured Books Reviews Razorcake 110–Black Card, Nothing Nice to Say: Complete Discography, Egg Cream

What gives Terry a vantage point of interest is his ability to see an object from different sides of America’s ever-present invisible wall and use this perspective to show us just how fragile the concept of identity is while reminding us how very real its effects can be for our physical health, our mental health, and our very freedom.

Deb Frazin Photo Column – The Dogs

Last weekend I went to Cafe Nela, and was treated to a sizzling-hot set by one of the greatest rock’n’roll bands that Detroit ever gave us: The Dogs.