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#357 with Bianca and Rhea
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


LA Zine Fest organizers -- Rhea and Bianca -- share some tunes. 



Interview with Martin Wong of Save the Music in Chinatown
Razorcake Interview Podcast by Daryl and Todd
By Staff


Interview with Martin Wong, plus live tracks from
Mike Watt And The Secondmen and The Adolescents. 



#356 with Samantha Beerhouse
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


This podcast features a few sadly defunct bands, some recent
 (RIP Neighborhood Brats) and one ancient (RIP Johnny Thunders),
 as well as few current bands that get my blood pumping, and a
sprinkling of classic (to me) pop punk-y tunes.



Interview with Aztlan Underground
Razorcake Podcast By Jimmy Alvarado and Todd Taylor
By Staff


It only takes seconds into an Aztlan Underground tune for listener to know
they’ve come across a group unafraid of working outside the usual comfort zones.



LA Zine Fest 2015 Panel - New School, Old School
Feat. Larry Harmon, Sabrina Dropkick, Suzy Mae Mattay, Johnnie Jungleguts
By Todd Taylor


As part of LA Zine Fest 2015, I was asked to host a panel. It was named
“Old School, New School” and billed as a “friendly, lively panel discussion
between longtime and newer zinesters. This podcast is that audio file.
It was a great, fluid conversation and a wonderful day.



Interview with Chris Pepus – Against Class Bigotry Podcast
Razorcake Podcast
By Candice Tobin



Higher education is supposed to be about bettering ourselves. If the pursuit of knowledge is so noble, why shouldn’t everyone be afforded that opportunity, regardless of class status? Chris Pepus and Candice Tobin discuss his resignation from the University of Washington, classist emails from the New York Times, and ways we can challenge discrimination in higher education.



#355 with Juan Espinosa
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


This podcast is dedicated to all my favorite record stores in Los Angeles (Headline, Vacation, Permanent, Soundstations) and the Bay area (1-2-3-4 Go!, Thrillhouse),
and to the numerous online distros and record labels who make record store day
 for me with every visit or order at that arrives at my doorstep.




#354 with John Di Marco
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


Still calling Tiltwheel's 2010 record “their new album”.
And more punk rock fun on this punk rock podcast.



The Swarm Top Shelf Interview Podcast
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


The Swarm delivered some of the most concise hardcore of the
late ‘90s. Toronto is a long way from Gainesville. Listen as we
 discuss some ideas that tie the two cities together.



#353 with Chris Terry
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


Punk and alternative hip-hop, recorded with a fresh stick ‘n’ poke.



#352 with Juan Espinosa
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


All that mattered was hanging with a good friend and playing punk records.



Panthro UK United 13 Interview Podcast
Razorcake Podcast
By Replay Dave | Matt Sweeting


Panthro was out on the DIY punk circuit when a phone pager was the best 
way to communicate from a moving van. They paved the way for lots of 
Gainesvillebands of the late ‘90s and beyond.



#351 with Noah Wolf
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


Besides long tangent-prone discussions that caromed off the walls of 
RC headquarters, we did play a bunch of songs that I think are pretty wonderful.



#350 with Daryl Gussin
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


Spinning slabs of plastic bring joy to grumpy dirtbags. 
For details, inquire within.



Low Culture Interview Podcast
Razorcake Podcast with Todd Taylor, Daryl Gussin, and Kevin Dunn
By Staff


Featuring guys from Shang-a-Lang and the Marked Men, Low Culture are
 one of the world’s best contemporary DIY punk bands. Listen to JoJo’s 
stories about a horrible street punk tour planned around a snowboarding 
trip and his phone prank victimization.



#349 with Russ Van Cleave
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


My 16th Razorcake podcast, much like many of my podcasts, meanders on like
 some old crick through a cornucopia of asperity. This time, though, I did this on
purpose (sorta) so that by the time you get to Rockpile, it will feel like a
comfortable old shoe. And by the time you get to the live MC5,
 you'll feel like a champ.



#348 with Simon and Bianca
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff



Simon, Bianca, and Todd play punk and pop records on this podcast.
Naturally, laughter fills the airwaves. 




Los Angeles Zine Fest Interview
Razorcake Interview Podcast
By Staff



Todd and Daryl interview LA Zine Fest organizers Bianca and Simon 
about how the event all comes together / doesn’t completely fall apart. 
Plus fermented mare’s milk.



#347 with Kurt Morris
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By Staff


Kurt Morris finishes his epic trilogy of songs related to the calendar. 
In this episode he plays songs with the word year or years in the title, 
including tunes by Born Against, Embrace, and Les Savy Fav.



#346 with Tim Brooks
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By Staff


Tim Brooks cranks out his jams. Boston Strangler, 
Ooga Boogas, 
Cosmic Psychos, and Bow Wow Wow are played. Plus some others.




Twelve Hour Turn Top Shelf Interview Podcast
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By Staff


Twelve Hour Turn - The Victory of Flightinterview with half of the Diem Brothers.
I know people tattooed with images from this album in Michigan, Nevada,
and Wales. 
Listen here to find out why!




#345 with Jimmy Alvarado
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


Jimmy puts together another punk rock podcast. Features tracks
 from Kaaos, Dïat, Nitad, and more. Plus a bonus Nietzsche quote.



#344 with Bryan Static
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


Bryan Static compiles a podcast featuring some of his very records of 2014.
Tons of punk, garage, and pop for you to feast on.



Feminist Library On Wheels Podcast Interview with Jenn Witte

By Candice Tobin


The simple pleasure of riding a bike is a form of real freedom. 
F.L.O.W. co-founder Jenn Witte explores the deep roots and
 intertwined history of feminism, libraries, and cycling. 
Devour this one.



#343 with Kurt Morris
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff


With the Gregorian calendar as his guide, Kurt Morris plays songs he loves.
Unwound, Jawbreaker, Cursive, and more all appear on this podcast.



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