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Razorcake #66 from 2012, featuring Neighborhood Brats

Razorcake #66

“If I wasn’t in a band, especially in this band singing, I would go on a killing spree.” –Jenny Quitter, Neighborhood Brats

The Other Night at Quinn’s by Mike Faloon now available

The Other Night at Quinn’s

Mike Watt of the Minutemen exclaims, “Whoa, these spiel batches pack much punch and got their grip way into brain-frame! Faloon had me captured and I had to keep reading.” Wayne Kramer of the MC5 adds that it’s “…a deeply personal dive into the psyche of a hardcore music fanatic…utterly indispensable. A truly great read.”

Title: Amina Cruz’s Photo Column—Alice Bag and Trap Girl

Amina Cruz’s Photo Column—Alice Bag and Trap Girl

Amina Cruz’s Photo Column—Alice Bag and Trap Girl (click for full size) UCLA’s Center for Musical Humanities hosted Curating Resistance: Punk as Archival Method, a two-day conference. Lucky for us, this included a performance from Sister Mantos, Mike Watt, and Alice Bag. Trap Girl debuted her new dj crew, Black Chiffon Vinyl, the first-ever trans

Talkin’ Punk, Politics, and Poetry: D. Boon and Beyond

Talkin’ Punk, Politics, and Poetry: D. Boon and Beyond

The theme will be “Talkin’ Punk Politics and Poetry: D Boon and Beyond,” and it will include a “who’s who” of punk icons from across the country and eras, including: Mike Watt, Ronnie Barnett, Brian Brannon, Chip Kinman , Mish Miller/Bondage, seminal photographer Edward Colver, Jimmy Alvarado, Ben Merlis, Christian Kidd/Arnheiter, and David Jones.

Razorcake/Gorsky Press is proud to announce the pre-sale of Mike Faloon’s book The Other Night at Quinn’s.

The Other Night at Quinn’s

Mike Watt of the Minutemen exclaims, “Whoa, these spiel batches pack much punch and got their grip way into brain-frame! Faloon had me captured and I had to keep reading.” Wayne Kramer of the MC5 adds that it’s “…a deeply personal dive into the psyche of a hardcore music fanatic…utterly indispensable. A truly great read.”

Razorcake #101 now available, featuring Phranc, Mike Watt Part II, Sammus, and One Punk’s Guide to Professional Wrestling

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Phranc, an out lesbian since the mid-‘70s, is a first wave L.A. punker. She’s been here since nearly the beginning and was in the epicenter of amazing music.
Razorcake Donation Drive 2017 is underway! Donate here.

Razorcake #100 now available, featuring Mike Watt, Erica Freas, Crom, and One Punk’s Guide to Pynchon Novels

Razorcake #100

“Culture attracts the worst impulses of the moneyed. It has no honor, it begs to be suburbanized and corrupted.” —Thomas Pynchon, Bleeding Edge