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· 5:#414 with John Di Marco


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One Punks Guide to Pinball, by Kayla Greet
Razorcake #92
Spokenest, Gone, Gone, Gone LP
Pinned In Place, Ghostwritten By LP


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Featured Record Reviews Issue #93
Taxpayers, Bill Bondsmen, DFMK, Lenguas Largas, Spokenest
By Staff


Glory be The Taxpayers, who have, for what ever reason, added a heavy pop-rock (ala Huey Lewis) element to their already unique sound. And somehow, despite all inherent logic: come out on top of it all. –Daryl, TAXPAYERS, THE: Big Delusion Factory



The Backpatches of NYC (Collection 6) adelsouto.com
Taking shots of those who turn their backs on me throughout New York City
By Adel Souto


If you visit NYC for a punk show, and see a guy with a camera looking around nervously before the doors open, say “Hi!”—or just show me the back of your jacket.



Patrick Houdek Photo Column - Lipstick Homicide
www.PatrickHoudekPhotography.com
By Patrick Houdek



This shot’s a keeper.




Webcomic Wednesdays #186
Are we living in the past?
By Rick V


When growing older doesn't mean growing up. A webcomic by Rick V.



Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - GWAR
www.slugandlettuce.net, fb.me/SlugandLettuce
By Chris Boarts Larson



GWAR original



Webcomic Wednesdays #185
I hate all of you
By Melanie Matranga


An honest songwriter. A webcomic by Melanie Matranga.



The Backpatches of NYC (Collection 5)
Taking shots of those who turn their backs on me throughout NYC
By Adel Souto


Mark Twain said, “Humor is mankind’s greatest blessing.” One of the things I enjoy
about this project is that it gets me talking to complete strangers about
mankind’s second greatest: music. 



Louis Jacinto Photo Column, Gerardo Velasquez
Hollywood Boulevard
By Louis Jacinto



I love that for the most part, today’s youth just shrug their shoulders
about someone being gay.



Featured Record Reviews from Issue #92
Acid Fast, Dyke Drama, Witches With Dicks
By Staff


I wish I knew Tenement’s secret. They write enough stellar music for two or three bands. –Sean Arenas, TENEMENT:Bruised Music: Singles 2006-2009



Webcomic Wednesdays #184
Better late than never
By Ollie Mikse


Waiting for the band to go on, forever. A webcomic by Ollie Mikse.



Top 5s From Issue #92
Riverboat Gamblers, Basement Benders, Pinned In Place
By Staff



(glitched cover by candice)

Susan de Place
Best new vinyl purchases (for debut at Razorcake/Vermin on the Mount readings with Alice Bag, Keith Morris, Michelle Gonzales, and Michael Fournier)
1. Chroma, Cuerpos Dóciles LP (huge thank you to Grave Mistake Records!)
2. Exit Order 7” EP
3. Patsy, “Eat It” b/w “Insidious Kind” 7”
4. Nots, “Fix” b/w “Modern” 7”
5. Suicidas, “Los Primeros” 7” LP (another huge thank you to DJ of Shadow Age!)


Stress Test
A Short Story
By John Miskelly


Social readjustment programs for the modern age.




Julie A. Ferguson Photo Column - Dusty Booze And The Baby Haters
Photo by Julie A. Ferguson, www.juliefergusonphoto.com
By Julie A. Ferguson



Heavy Rebel’s late night scumbag revival.



Patrick Houdek Photo Column - Lost Cross House
Punk Rock House
By Patrick Houdek



Lost Cross Turns Thirty!



Webcomic Wednesdays #183
Phonies
By Rosie Gonce


Problems within modern parenting. A webcomic by Rosie Gonce.



The Backpatches of NYC (Collection 4) by Adel Souto (adelsouto.com)
Taking shots of those who turn their backs on me throughout New York City.
By Adel Souto



Besides the Punk Island festival, I’ve gone to only one show last month.
Guess which band it was.



Louis Jacinto Photo Column, Nervous Gender
Waiting Backstage
By Louis Jacinto



I forget how young we were, just throwing ourselves out there
and creating our music, art, and politics.



Webcomic Wednesdays #182
Another one from the archives
By Art Fuentes


Chico Simio, originally printed in Razorcake issue #51. A comic by Art Fuentes.




One Punk’s Guide to Pinball
Free Printable PDF
By Kayla Greet



N.Y. police used the wooden legs to make 2,000 billy clubs for local law enforcement…
and much, much more in this stand-alone zine.



Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - Refused
www.slugandlettuce.net, fb.me/SlugandLettuce
By Chris Boarts Larson



Refused - an unexpected Swedish explosion.




Webcomic Wednesdays #181
You need more confidence
By Ollie Mikse


The delicate ways we communicate at work. A webcomic by Ollie Mikse.



The Backpatches of NYC (Collection 3)
Taking shots of those who turn their backs on me throughout NYC
By Adel Souto



One thing I can say about this project is that it gets me to talk to a lot of folks
who help me discover worlds of music, and art, which I am sometimes unaware of.
With thanks, here’s round three.



Julie A. Ferguson Photo Column - Hold Tight
www.juliefergusonphoto.com
By Julie A. Ferguson



Richmond pop punks get wild for Hold Tight’s Green Day cover set
at a Haus Addy basement show.



Louis Jacinto Photo Column, The Screamers
Punk: Energy Unleashed
By Louis Jacinto


This image of Screamers frontman Tomata du Plenty seems as if he is entering
another dimension causing his features to distort. 



Webcomic Wednesdays #180
One from the archives
By Ben Snakepit


Another comic from the archives. Ben Snakepit gives us his top ten favorite movies about punks.



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