Webcomic Sundays #308 by Mikie Menzer

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Lorien Lamarr Photo Column – Great Wight

Lorien Lamarr Photo Column - Great Wight

Great Wight (Brooklyn, NY) is a delightful clash of dichotomies, delivering a somber and poignant message set to the tune of catchy, upbeat pop punk/emo pop. This is the kind of band that makes you stop and pay attention.

Lose Well: A Personal Retrospective and Love Note to The Chris Gethard Show By Will Malkus

Chris Gethard Show Retrospective

There is no piece of media that has had more of an impact on my life or my work than The Chris Gethard Show. It was officially cancelled on August 6, 2018. So, what now?

Webcomic Wednesdays #307 by Benny Hope

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Razorcake 106, Punks and Mental Health

Razorcake 106

“It hit me about a year ago: I want to help others with their mental health issues. I’ve gotten the basics down on how to live with mental illness, but I know not everyone does.” –Kurt Morris

Webcomic Sundays #306 by Sam Grinberg

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Daisy Noemi Photo Column – Marriage Material

Daisy Noemi Photo Column - Marriage Material

Marriage Material joins Dimber for their Echo September residency at The Hi Hat. How lucky are we to have these two bands perform side by side during a weekday?

Typesetter Interview by Joe Arpke

Typesetter Interview by Joe Arpke

We just want to make sure everyone feels safe at our shows…

Matt: We love Propagandhi. I would say that Propagandhi is the most played band in the van.
Sarah: I have no idea who Propagandhi is.

ADRIFT, 5½” x 8½”, copied, full color cover, 16 pgs.

Earth is uninhabitable or else destroyed completely; it’s not totally clear in Adrift. A survivor, perhaps the only one, floats through space in a capsule and this collection of poetry is of her isolation. She reflects on her time on earth and her current state of loneliness and exile. Patti Jean Pangborn has the nuance and quiet dignity to bring you into the mind of this sequestered, reluctant astronaut. With a lesser writer this would come across as trite or forced, but Pangborn pulls it off to create an introspective and inward study of the human condition. –Craven Rock (

ASYMMETRICAL ANTI-MEDIA, Issue 1, $1, stamps or trade, 5½” x 8½”, 6 pgs.

A short, photocopied zine review zine that focuses more on the esoteric and the fringe. Most of the zines that are reviewed seem to reflect the sentiment of its author, old school zinemaker Jason Rodgers, who has no love lost for the internet and the information age. It’s a great resource if you want to order some zines. –Craven Rock (Jason Rodgers, PO Box 10894, Albany, NY 12201)