Deb Frazin Photo Column—Goodbye Cafe Nela

This is the column I’d hoped I would never have to write: My farewell to Cafe Nela.

Lorien Lamarr Photo Column—Hex Girlfriends

I caught up with them in August at the Meadworks where they played a suicide prevention benefit that included circus arts performances and a kombucha tasting.

Deb Frazin Photo Column—Rinse

If you’re getting tired of going out and seeing the same L.A. punk bands play over and over again, I have a suggestion for you: go check out Rinse.

Daisy Noemi Photo Column—Boyfriend

Boyfriend x Saint Prudence

Confronting Abuse: The Complexity of Grief by Will Kenneth

With help, Will realizes he’s grieving the abusive relationship with his father. He shares his own story, while coming to terms with an array of conflicting and confusing emotions.

Deb Frazin Photo Column—Reverend Beat Man

There’s only one reverend on this planet who I worship, and that great man is called Reverend Beat Man.

Anthony Mehlhaff Photo Column—Viagra Boys

Formaldehyde, wiener dogs, and surfing with your Mom: A night with The Jungle Man and Viagra Boys. Lead singer Sebastian Murphy swims above a pile of young street worms in Los Angeles.

Featured DVD review Razorcake 111—“Dudes” by Penelope Spheeris

“Dudes” starts with New York punks kicking pavement to two cowboys shooting at members of Fear in the desert. It’s very cool that Penelope Spheeris’s pre-Wayne’s World movies are finally getting their time in the sun.

Deb Frazin Photo Column—Dee Skusting & The Rodents

Dee Skusting & The Rodents have just released their debut CD Freedom Lost and I guarantee you their new single “Politicians Grave” will be stuck in your head like a kid in a claw machine!

Louis Jacinto Photo Column—Alice Bag

We’re back! Alice Bag, co-founder of The Bags, is now recording her third solo album and continues to kick patriarchy ass!