MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL #334: $4, 8 ½” x 11”, newsprint, 128 pgs.

I am an unabashed fan of Maximum Rocknroll. Love it or hate it, it cannot be denied that MRR has been and continues to be consistently among the ranks of the most important punk zines ever. If you’ve never bothered to pick up a copy, or if it’s something that you had previously written off because you didn’t think they covered what you were into, I’d urge you to consider checking an issue out. This issue contains interviews with Useless Children, old political punks A State Of Mind, and the author of the book Sober Living For The Revolution. In addition, this is the 2010 year end issue, which contains the top ten lists and reviews from nearly every columnist and contributor, which is always a great way to get turned onto new bands and records. In addition, you still get the many columns from all of the regular writers and pages and pages of new record, zine, demo, movie, and book reviews. Essential. –MRR, PO Box 460760, SF, CA 94146-0760