Top 5s from Razorcake 110 featuring: Martha

Illustration by Steve Thueson

Andy Garcia
1. Haram, Where Were You on 9/11? 7”
2. Fatamorgana, Terra Alta LP
3. Razorbumps, …The Cassingle
4. Vintage Crop, Company Man 7”
5. Altar De Fey, The Insatiable Desire…For More LP

Art Ettinger
• Dead Bars, Regulars LP
• The Pathogens, We’re Catchy LP
• Haram, Where Were You on 9/11? 7”
• Giuda, E.V.A. LP
• Bad Religion, Age of Unreason LP

Bill Pinkel
• Hüsker Dü
• The Coathangers, The Devil You Know LP
• The Cowboys, The Bottom of a Rotten Flower LP
• Spanish Love Songs, American Steel, and Hot Water Music, live at the Echoplex, tied with Stay Free: The Story of The Clash podcast
• Martha, Love Keeps Kicking LP

Chad Williams
1. Charger, Self-titled 12”
3. The Briefs, Platinum Rats LP
3. Moral Panic, Self-titled LP
4. CJ Ramone, The Holy Spell… LP
5. Fried Egg, Square One LP

Chris Mason
1. Marbled Eye, Leisure LP
2. Uranium Club, The Cosmo Cleaners LP
3. Fatamorgana, Terra Alta LP
4. Priors, New Pleasure LP
5. Landline, Self-titled LP

Chris Terry
• Postage flexi EP
• The World Is A Vampire, “Trenchsewer” b/w “Heartshorn” LP
• Bob Mould Band, live in L.A., March 2019
• Lee “Scratch” Perry, Roast Fish, Collie Weed, & Cornbread LP
• Marlon James discussing his new book Black Leopard, Red Wolf with Roxane Gay at the Museum of African-American Art in L.A.

Craven Rock
1. Release of my book: Juggalo Country: Inside the World of Insane Clown Posse and America’s Weirdest Music Scene on Microcosm Press
2. #eggboy
3. Billy Bragg at Tractor Tavern
4. Büriën, Snow White And The Baby Eaters, The Disorderlies, C U Next Tuesday at Kraken
5. Hellbent For Horror podcast

Daryl Gussin
Top 5 Favorite Lyrics from Black Dots’ Everything Has Gotta Change
5. “Fight, fight, for what seems right, seemed to happen every night, common sense was a luxury they could never ever comprehend.”
4. “Open up it’ll make you weep. It’s a cry out loud and a tear on my cheek.”
3. “Remember back as far as you can, did you fall in line or take a stand?”
2. “I’m not afraid of getting old.”
1. “I waited my whole life for the world to do the right thing, traded my passion in for patience, but no more.”

Dayna Castillo
1. Stay Free: The Story of The Clash podcast
2. Viagra Boys, Street Worms LP
3. Murderer, I Did It All for You LP
4. Surfbort, Billy EP
5. Idles, Joy as an Act of Resistance LP

Designated Dale
1. Thee Sinseers. Genuine soul and R&B is very much alive and well here in Los Angeles. You wish your band was this great.
2. Mickey Leigh, Mutated Music EP. Mickey and Co. continue to keep the true spirit of NYC rock’n’roll rocking and rolling.
3. Young John Watson, Motor Head Baby 7”. Back in 1953, this groovin’ R&B single hit the stands, and the copy I have belonged to my father who was but a slicked-back sixteen-year-old.
4. Downtown Juan, Robert Corales, and others serve up their version of cumbias, and it is gooooood.
5. L7 should have a new full-length record out on Joan Jett’s Blackheart Records by the time you’re reading this, and the few tracks I’ve heard so far promise a great time for all (it’s L7, for fuck’s sake!).

Eric Baskauskas
• Oozing Wound, High Anxiety LP
• Devil Master, Satan Spits on Children of Light LP
• Malokarpatan, live at Roadburn
• Amyl And The Sniffers, live in Brussels
• Sekrete, Endless Fucking Nightmare CS

Jamaica Dyer
• Sophie Yanow’s serializing her webcomic about queer punk biker kids in Paris on thecontradictions.com
• Koak’s new series of paintings “Holding Breath” is going to be showing at Union Pacific in London.
• Rachel Fannan’s putting out new solo tracks on Spotify (and just joined the psych rock outfit Black Mountain)
• Tara Booth’s painted comics are everything; the new book DUI from Colorama looks superb.
• Silver Sprocket’s storefront in the Haight, I will visit you this month.

Jimmy Alvarado
• Mike Villalobos’ birthday bash with The Gears, La Tuya, Terpenes, Akrid, and Baron Bandini, 4/20/19 at Café NELA
• Red Brigade, La Tuya, Jesus & The Dinosaurs, 4/26/19 at Café NELA
• Prince Street Pizza, New York
• Dollar Boys podcasts
• It’s almost summer!

Kayla Greet
1. The Murderburgers in someone’s kitchen at The Murder Mine, b/w The Briefs and The Stitches at Clockout Lounge on the same night (Seattle). Back-to-back gigs!
2. Bob Mould Band at Wonderland Ballroom (Portland), and at Neumos (Seattle). Back-to-back gigs!
3. Tsunami Bomb at Tony V’s (Everett), and at Jazz Bones (Tacoma). Back-to-back gigs!
4. Criminal Code (RIP), Arctic Flowers, Pleasure Leftists at Jankuland / King’s Books (Tacoma)
5. Laura Jane Grace And The Devouring Mothers with Control Top at Doug Fir (Portland)

Kevin Dunn
1. La Tuya, Self-titled
2. Electric Eels Shock, Best of EES
3. Affected Youth, Formative Years
4. Steve Adamyk Band, Paradise
5. Bob Mould, Sunshine Rock

Kurt Morris
1. Strand Of Oaks, Eraserland
2. Cursive, The Ugly Organ
3. Al Burian, No Apocalypse (book)
4. Various Authors, Lemonade Stand, Volume II (book)
5. The impending arrival of spring

Mark Twistworthy
• Radon, More of Their Lies LP
• Digital Leather, Feeet LP
• Uranium Club, The Cosmo Cleaners LP
• The Stroppies, Whoosh LP
• Amenra, live

Martin Wong
1. Phranc in concert at McCabe’s and in conversation at Art Division.
2. Claw Hammer at the Satellite with Watt & The Missingmen and Shark Toys, and then at the Glass House with Mudhoney and Adolescents. And Donut Man with Tony afterward.
3. The Dils reunion ride continuing with Watt & The Missingmen, The Horseheads, and The Last at Alex’s.
4. Redd Kross one-off Born Innocent lineup show with and for Janet at The Echo.
5. The Linda Lindas getting asked to open for Bikini Kill. My daughter and nieces and their friend are punker than us parents will ever be.

Mike Faloon
1. Character Actor, Self-titled 7”
2. Night Birds, Roll Credits LP
3. Keeanga-Ymahtta Taylor, How We Get Free: Black Feminism and the Combahee River Collective (book)
4. Toys That Kill / Iron Chic, Split LP
5. Kamasi Washington, Heaven and Earth 4 x LP (with hidden bonus LP!)

Mike Fournier
• Rodan, The Hat Factory 93
• Uranium Club, The Cosmo Cleaners
Minor Leagues #7
• Ex Hex, It’s Real
• 7”s: Collate, “Communication” b/w “Selective Memory” (tie) Spowder / Glazer split

Mike Frame
• Pegboy, live in Laramie, Wyo.
• Ex Hex, It’s Real
Shrill (television series)
• Autoclave, Discography
Secret Lives of Introverts (book)

Ollie Mikse
Best Movies of 2018 (Death to the Superhero Genre!)
Death of Stalin
Sorry to Bother You
Thoroughbreds
Border
Suspiria

Paul Silver
1. Problem Daughter, Grow Up Trash LP
2. Even In Blackouts, Romantico! LP
3. Pup, Morbid Stuff LP
4. Martha, Love Keeps Kicking LP
5. Steve Adamyk Band, Paradise LP

Rebecca Minjarez
• The Kinks, Kinks
• Nina Simone, Pastel Blues
• Solitaire chess
• Will Rodgers State Beach
• Window seats at diners and cafés

Rene Navarro
Top Five Comics
1. This Modern World
2. Too Much Coffee Man
3. Immortal Choke
4. Won Ton Not Now
5. Bite the Cactus

Rev. Nørb
• Bad Sports, Constant Stimulation LP
• Marked Men, On the Other Side LP
• Cowboys, Bottom of a Rotten Flower LP
• Last Sons Of Krypton / Foamers?, Split LP
• Various Artists, Down South Spaghetty Accident LP

Rich Cocksedge
• Hipshot Killer, All This Time Is Ours LP
• Rad Owl, Madison Beast LP
• Equilibrio / Furio, Split LP
• Various Artists, Hangover Heartattack: A Tribute to Poison Idea CD
• Gary Floyd, Please Bee Nice: My Life Up ’Til Now (book)

Rick V.
1. DiNK (A comics show) in Denver, Colo.
2. Dialer (from Philly) going on tour.
3. Wonder Boy Returns (video game)
4. Three-hour, big budget Hollywood superhero movie.
5. Ska Phase being voted Razorcake’s best new podcast.

DJ Naked Rob
Radio Valencia 87.9FM | SF
1. The Cowboys, The Bottom of a Rotten Flower
2. Fried Egg, Square One
3. Jonny Manak And The Depressives, Anybody Wanna Skate
4. E.T. Explore Me, Shine
5. Req’d, Fall in Love on Hate Street

RoQue Torres
1. Business Of Dreams, Ripe for Anarchy LP
2. Pop Ook, Comix and Music Anthology (zine)
3. Louie Pérez, Good Morning Aztlan: The Words Pictures and Songs of Louie Pérez (book)
4. Ollin / Dirty Old Town. A Sincere Pogues Tribute pre-St. Patrick’s Day live at The Redwood Bar, 3/16/19
5. The Reverend Horton Heat, Whole New Life LP

Ryan Nichols
1. No Mercy: The Authorized and Uncensored Biography of The Stranglers by David Buckley (book)
2. Slouching towards Bethlehem by Joan Didion (book)
3. Horny Wave Razorcake podcast
4. Shadowhouse, Conformity EP
5. Red red wine

Sean Koepenick
Heavy Rotation
1. Down By Law, Redoubt 10”
2. The Slickee Boys, No Breaks CD
3. The Razz, You Can Run 7”
4. The Proletariat, Move digital
5. The Bezerkers, Self-titled LP

Toby Tober
Top 5 Movies I Have Recently Enjoyed
1. Shirkers
2. Border
3. Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot
4. Letterkenny
5. Trigger Warning with Killer Mike

Todd Taylor
• Xetas, live at Antone’s
• Martha, Love Keeps Kicking LP
• Uranium Club, The Cosmo Cleaners LP
• Marlon James in discussion with Roxane Gay at the Museum of African-American Art in L.A. located behind the bedding section of a department store in a mall.
• Toys That Kill / Iron Chic, Split LP

Ty Stranglehold
1. Trash On, 6 x LP (RIP Peter)
2. Toys That Kill / Iron Chic, Split LP
3. Bob Mould, Sunshine Rock LP
4. Eerie Family, Self-titled album
5. Uranium Club, The Cosmo Cleaners LP

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