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Featured Books Reviews Razorcake 110–Black Card, Nothing Nice to Say: Complete Discography, Egg Cream

What gives Terry a vantage point of interest is his ability to see an object from different sides of America’s ever-present invisible wall and use this perspective to show us just how fragile the concept of identity is while reminding us how very real its effects can be for our physical health, our mental health, and our very freedom.

Razorcake Issue #72 from 2013, featuring Eric Oblivian

Razorcake Issue #72

“We asked Greg Cartwright if he wanted to start a band. He said. ‘That sounds stupid. Why not?'” -Eric Oblivian

Razorcake #69 from 2012, featuring Canadian Rifle, The Consumers, So Cow, John Wesley Coleman

Razorcake #69 from 2012, featuring Canadian Rifle

Canadian Rifle: Interview by Todd Taylor. Gritty Midwest punk that’s just a little off. Breaking rules and their own hands, they don’t even follow the conventions of their hometown’s pizza.

Razorcake #68 from 2012, featuring Tenement, The Stains, Amy Oden, Dresden

Razorcake #68 from 2012, featuring Tenement

Tenement: Interview by Justin Telephone. Wisconsin punk rock that’s equally poppy, heavy and noisy. In the grand tradition of the Descendents, Ergs!, Die Kreuzen, and John Coltrane.

Razorcake #67 from 2012, featuring The Stains, Cheap Time, Dead Uncle

Razorcake #67 from 2012, featuring The Stains

The Stains: Interview by Jimmy Alvarado. Straight up, an oral of one of the godfathers of Los Angeles punk rock. For a band of this caliber, you’d better believe this will be a two parter.

Razorcake #63 from 2011, featuring Ben Cook, Tutu & The Pirates, Jack Grisham, and Found Footage Festival

Razorcake #63 from 2011

“I don’t want to be, “Why is everyone so stupid?” But it’s hard not to think like that. I just try and ignore the fact that people are so fucking clueless about music.” –Ben Cook