Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column – Royal Thunder

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - Royal Thunder

Royal Thunder put on a super intense show that felt like they were destined for a huge stage, wide appeal, and mass appreciation. I was completely captivated by their powerful performance—especially Miny.

Razorcake #61 from 2011, featuring Airfix Kits, Christ On Parade, Sun God, Robert McChesney, and Behind Bullying: Interview with Andrew Vachss, Frank Caruso, and Zak Mucha

Razorcake #61

Here at the ‘Cake, we’re tired of hearing “It gets better,” so we just like to think “sometimes everything isn’t totally shitty.”

Webcomic Wednesdays #261 by Clay Doran

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John Cassavetes–Outsider Extraordinaire: One Punk Goes to the Movies By James Rosario

John Cassavetes–Outsider Extraordinaire

John Cassavetes is credited with kickstarting the American independent film movement. His work inspired countless filmmakers for decades and generations. Directors like Martin Scorsese, Kenneth Anger, Peter Bogdanovich, and John Sayles (to name just a few) saw his films and decided that if Cassavetes could get it done, so could they. His knack for drawing out real and raw human emotions from his actors is unmatched. He managed to sidestep the help and interference of major studios to do it all on his own terms, with the help and unwavering support of his wife, the great Gena Rowlands.

Amina Cruz’s Photo Column — Pelón Suelto, Martin Crudo

Amina Cruz’s Photo Column — Pelón Suelto, Martin Crudo

Martin Crudo held his birthday celebration at Chico this past December. Generacíon Suicida, Dorian Wood, San Cha, and Pelón Suelto performed.

Webcomic Wednesdays #260 by Rosie Gonce

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Seattle Pop Punk Fest 2018 by Kayla Greet

Seattle Pop Punk Fest 2018

Sicko came out of retirement to celebrate pogoing, Converse All-Stars, and leather jackets for the first-ever Seattle Pop Punk Fest. The two day event covered three decades worth of melodic North West bubblegum bands— seventeen in total!

One Punk’s Guide to Gardening by Jon Mule

One Punk’s Guide to Gardening

Figuring out that a seed could be placed in the ground to produce more fruit is the greatest technological advancement in the history of the world…. I consider it a revolutionary act to get off the computer, go outside, and plant a seed in the dirt.

Daisy Noemi Photo Column – Neon Music

Daisy Noemi Photo Column – Neon Music

New York native, Neon Music, dazzles the Zebulon Café crowd with her glamorous retrowave performance during the fundraiser for the Women of Rock Oral History Project.

Webcomic Wednesdays #259 “Here’s a Dime” by Phil Gerigscott

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