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Interview Podcast with Peach Kelli Pop
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff

Peach Kelli Pop is the brainchild of Allie Hanlon. Allie is an intelligent, talented, involved, practical musician who hates cops, refuses to capitalize the “g” in “god,” and knows how to get shit done.

Interview Podcast with Bob Suren
By Matt Average and Todd Taylor
By Staff

Crate Digger: An Obsession with Punk Records. Despite the title of the book—which is not specifically about records—it is more about life and the experiences he had around the time he acquired any particular piece of vinyl.

Webcomic Wednesdays #144
Themz Were the Dayz
By Rick V

The nostalgia of being young and getting new records. A webcomic by Rick V.

Razorcake Issue #33 from 2006, Featuring Gorilla Angreb
Greg Palast, The Mormons, Dan Sartain, Pink Razors, Bad Dudes, Chaos in Tejas an
By Staff

Punk rock: evaporating oasis or eternal spring?

Meztli Hernandez Photo Column – Vexx

By Meztli Hernandez

Straight outta Olympia, Vexx brings riot grrrl back to life.

#376 with Simon and Shereen
Razorcake Podcast
By Staff

Travel the world. Jump in puddles. Buy yourself flowers. 
Or stay home, pretend you’re in a cold place, and listen to this podcast. 

Punk Parenthood For The Sleep Deprived IX
I Don’t Wanna Grow Up
By jennifer

Babysitters, Doc Martens, safety gates, underpants,
air guitar, and the obligatory Rob Seaton reference.

Webcomic Wednesdays #143
Skull Quest, Day 2: Part 2
By Em DeMarco

A multi-part webcomic, detailing one journalist's journey into the stormy eye of a punk fest. Comic by Em DeMarco.

Who is going to the show tonight?
By Nighthawk

Back in June I went to see Raw Power by myself. Two days earlier I went to see Sloppy Seconds by myself. I’m used to it. I had to work at 7:00 a.m. the next morning, but whatever—when a band from Italy that was formed in 1981 comes to town,
you fucking go!

Featured Record Reviews from Issue #88

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All at once, Downtown Boys sound like punk’s past by being youthful, aggressive, and minimal, but are simultaneously forward-thinking, conceptualizing a future where punks live the things they say and strive for the inclusiveness of all people. - Sean Arenas reviews Downtown Boys: Full Communism: LP

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