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Featured Record Reviews from Issue #87

By Staff

But despite the long list of unmistakable influences, this band is anything but derivative. They pull off every angle: pensive, plaintive, anthemic, dreamy… it all just works in this many-layered, unpredictable way. This is a special band.
–Indiana Laub, DIVERS: Hello Hello: Cassette




Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - L7

By Chris Boarts Larson



L7 and the Lunachicks in NYC.



Webcomic Wednesdays #136
How to Make Yer Own Punk Shirt
By Evan Wolff


An instructional guide to making your own punk shirt. A webcomic by Evan Wolff.



French Exit, a Short Story
A portrait of a social saboteur
By John Miskelly

A portrait of a social saboteur.




Top 5s from Issue #87
Looking for something new? Start here.
By Staff

Watching tourists get attacked by seagulls (who are obviously super punk)
at Fisherman’s Wharf.

 




Gabby Gonzalez Photo Column - Dirt Dress
Sweat, blood, and beer.
By Guest Contributor

The end of a nine-year run; now on to the next.




Webcomic Wednesdays #135
Calling All Rebels #2
By Cathy Hannah


The personal history and change when becoming an anarchist, part two. A webcomic by Cathy Hannah.



Punk Parenthood For The Sleep Deprived VIII
Kids Do Follow
By Jennifer Whiteford

How Ottawa Explosion became a truly all-ages experience.
Also, what it’s like to be a punk parent in small town Canada.




Julie A. Ferguson Photo Column - PEARS

By Guest Contributor


These boots were made for stomping: Zach Quinn performs at the 2015 Punk Rock Bowling and Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was a weekend of PEARS.




Webcomic Wednesday #134
If I Wrote For Archie
By Kelly O’Grady


A better Archie digest for the rest of us. A webcomic by Kelly O'Grady.



Louis Jacinto Photo Column - The Snappers
The Spawning of Nervous Gender
By Louis Jacinto


In 1978, Gerardo Velasquez and Michael Ochoa formed The Snappers along
with guitarist Robert Becerra (later of the notorious East Los Angeles punk
band The Stains) and drummer Jessie. 



Featured Zine Reviews from Issue #87
Feminism Means Equality
By Staff

Not My Small Diary #18, “Most of the stories are about pets dying,
so prepare to cry.” –Bryan Static




Webcomic Wednesdays #133
Life as a fishbowl
By Sam Grinberg



The microcosm that is a fishbowl. A webcomic by Sam Grinberg.



Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - Drop Dead

By Chris Boarts Larson


One of the long-running classics. Drop Dead!



Webcomic Wednesdays #132
One Time... #2
By alex or whatever


True tales of punk gone wrong. A webcomic series by alex or whatever.



Julie A. Ferguson Photo Column - Night Birds

By Staff


Night Birds came down to Richmond, VA this April for some springtime fun.
Vocalist Brian Gorsegner is surrounded by fans
as he performs in a completely packed basement.




Webcomic Wednesdays #131
Fighting the Punk Show Poltergeist
By Jack Fallows


Fighting the anxieties of being social and winning. A webcomic by Jack Fallows.



In Praise of Lance Hahn by Travis Fristoe
So Many Questions, So Little Response
By Guest Contributor


J Church’s final album went largely unnoticed eight years ago in the wake
of Lance Hahn’s death. Here’s why you should care about
a candy-coated album wryly titled
The Horror of Life.



Gabby Gonzalez Photo Column - Los Crudos
I finally got to see them!
By Guest Contributor


Martin’s face looked so cheerful and stoked to be performing.
Los Crudos is one of my all time favorite bands, so to have had such
an empowering experience at their show in L.A. was everything to me.



What’s On Your Mind?
A Short Story
By John Miskelly


An ode to Ewan McGregor’s breakthrough performance, 
amongst some other more contemporary topics.



Webcomic Wednesdays #130
Where we meet cyber punks
By Evan Wolff


The difference between punks and cyber punks. A webcomic by Evan Wolff.



Top 5s From Issue #86
Lemmy: 49 Percent Motherfucker, 51 Percent Son of a Bitch
By Staff

Featuring Beach Slang, Red Dons, Sheer Mag, Descendents, Gay Kiss, DiE and more.




Patrick Houdek Photo Column – Toys That Kill

By Patrick Houdek


What Is Wrong with Los Angeles?




Boredom and Velocity
Death by a Thousand Paper Cuts
By J.V. McDonough

A tour of the West Coast coincides with way too much introspection about purpose, direction, and chronic illness. Good times!




Webcomic Wednesdays #129
The Glory of Grammar
By Ollie Mikse


Sometimes punctuation doesn't translate well to the spoken language. A webcomic by Ollie Mikse.



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