Nervous Gender made swift work of attacking every taboo, stereotype, and preconceived notion about religion, sexuality, and punk rock they came across…and made their points using—GASP!—synthesizers to create a racket that often sent the most ardent Black Flag fan scrambling in piss-panted fear for the nearest exit.
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English folk punks Crazy Arm have released their first album in seven years, another raging slice of eclectic, heartfelt technical punk. Frontman, guitarist, and vocalist Darren Johns talks about what’s changed and what’s stayed the same, his past animal rights activism, mental health, and why they have a song named after an old English galleon
If you’re into Black Flag and early Nirvana, then you’re gonna love the new song that Dirtycakes just released!
This past month it’s been twenty-nine years since my friend Gerardo Velasquez, seen here behind Phranc during a Nervous Gender performance, passed away.
Thirsty Thursdays Presented by The Dollar Boys is a highly unorganized group of individuals who get together to play the best and worst of old and new, punk, hardcore, and god knows what else. Punk podcast. Come for the music, stay for the memories.
In partnership with USC Visions and Voices, Razorcake is proud to co-sponsor a virtual panel discussion on the first three installments of its Eastside Punks mini-documentaries about Eastside L.A. punk bands.
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Dave Williams has been involved for more than two decades with the Ottawa, Ontario, Canada punk scene. Most notably of Crusades, he has also played in Black Tower, Steve Adamyk Band, Surrender, Sedatives, and Year Zero. Crusades put out three full-length albums and achieved a fair bit of notoriety for their tag as “satanic punk.”
This photo of Exene was snapped at The O.C. Observatory in 2018. The Blasters and Los Lobos were also on the bill, and it was one hell of a Slash-o-riffic night!