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Webcomic Wednesdays #187
How to talk to a (butt) rockstar
By Rosie Gonce

Advice on how to talk to a rockstar. A webcomic by Rosie Gonce.

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
By Patrick Houdek

This shot’s a keeper.

#417 with Kurt Morris
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff

Some family members can be a pain in the ass, but these tunes with family titles in the song titles are not. In fact, they’re awesome.

Razorcake Issue #42 from 2008, Featuring Tranzmitors
Hunchback, Wounded Lion, The Rebel Spell, Geykido Comet Records, U.S. Air Guitar
By Staff

Rest in peace, Lance Hahn and Todd “Serious” Jenkins

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.

Featured Book Reviews from Razorcake Issue 93
Going Underground, Hepatitis Bathtub, Metaphysical Ukulele
By Staff

Hurchalla culls the bulk of his tale from both contemporary interviews and the assorted fanzines long before the worldwide web became the all-encompassing resource/boondoggle it is now… It remains the go-to tome and an essential read for punks and historians alike. –Jimmy Alvarado, Going Underground: American Punk 1979-1989

The Falcon, The Copyrights, Sam Russo live at the Troubadour, July 16, 2016
By Clara Luci Acosta
By Guest Contributor

The Falcon are what happens when you stop believing the lie
that too much of a good thing is bad.

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column - GWAR
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