Coastwest Unrest Interview by Michael T. Fournier

Coastwest Unrest Interview by Michael T. Fournier

“A turning point for me was Shane MacGowan’s first solo record with the Popes called The Snake. There was something about it, the fact that that was punk, this guy’s a punk rocker. I took it home and listened to it and there was something so profound of just how simple and quiet the songs were. There was something special about it because it’s an acoustic album.” –Noah, Coastwest Unrest

Webcomic Wednesdays #240

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Razorcake Podcast #481 with Yvonne Drazan, The Left Side Of Latin – “Las Rockeras”

Latin music is not just about Salsa and Mariachi. There is incredible music created all over Latin America and Spain that is “left of center”, that I will introduce you to with each podcast… and I promise to throw in some punk here and there too!

Glenn n’ Meadows a short story by John Miskelly

Glenn n’ Meadows

Glenn n’ Meadows – The reassuringly expensive food store chain.

Louis Jacinto Photo Column – Patti Smith

Patti Smith - Louis Jacinto

Patti Smith loved us.

Razorcake Podcast #480 with Thirsty Thursdays, Presented by The Dollar Boys

Playing the best and worst of old and new, punk, hardcore, and god knows what else.

Razorcake #56 from 2010, featuring Thee Undertakers, Billy Bragg, Dude Jams

Razorcake 56

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Webcomic Wednesdays #239 “Kurthulhu” Part 8, by Jeff Kahn and Morgan Hale

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Interview and Reading Podcast with Kevin Maloney, by Jim Ruland

Jim Ruland, Razorcake contributor and host of Vermin on the Mount, interviews Portland writer Kevin Maloney. They discuss Kevin’s writing process and how he managed to write a novella in under two weeks. After a short conversation, Kevin reads from his work-in-progress, Getting Over Wendy.

Featured Zine Reviews Razorcake #99: Gratitude, Fluke, Minor Leagues, No Exposure, Rum Lad, Trust

Gratitude Zine review Jackie Rusted

Gratitude is all about straight edge and hardcore—two things I give a marginal shit about at most—and it’s absolutely one of the best things I’ve read in forever. –Keith Rosson