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Lorien Lamarr Photo Column—SMALL

SMALL also makes for another great entry for my favorite genre: bummer party punk. I’ve never wanted to participate in someone’s therapy session before. Even if I had, I wouldn't have expected it to be a celebration.

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One Punk Goes to the Movies: The Beautiful Brutality of “Mad God” or Phil Tippett: The Most Creative Person in Hollywood You’ve Never Heard of By James Rosario

From the mind of one of Hollywood’s most important yet unknown special effects geniuses comes Mad God, a disturbing yet poetic journey through a world gone insane.

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Razorcake 132, featuring Ruperto Estanislao, dimber, Hurry Up, Keith Rosson, and One Punk’s Guide to Surf Music

“I may not have all the answers, but if we all work together as a family, the outcome will be better.” –Ruperto Estanislao

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Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column—The Radicts, crowd shot

This photo is from early 1991, when friends took over the mic for the sing-a-longs, with boots and spikes, fists and feet all just part of the mêlée.

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Trading the Staple Gun for the Camera: Talking DIY Punk, Photowalks, and Zinemaking with Jay Unidos by Daniel Makagon

Jay Unidos has been an active participant in the Bay Area punk scene for decades and his Urban Guerrilla Zine brings a DIY punk approach to street photography.

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Leaving Earth on My Terms by Yann Bourdeau

I’d like when my life will be ending to leave it on my own terms.

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Razorcake 131, featuring Rata Negra, Mac McCaughan of Superchunk/Merge Records, The Runts, Angry Snowmans, Don Lifted

“I don’t believe in borders. It’s ridiculous that you cannot come here to play.” Violeta, Rata Negra

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Rob Coons Photo Column—Twompsax

Twompsax is easily one of the most exciting and energetic punks bands playing today. Cher’s infectious energy pushes their live shows to another level of intensity!

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Journey to the End of Daytona Beach by Will Kenneth

Will made plans to play their first punk show in Daytona Beach, but they found themself on a bizarre road trip with a stranger, and nothing seemed to be going right.

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Donate Today And Keep DIY Print Punk Alive

It’s donation drive season again! Time to lock in those locations to get sponsored and reserve those donation-only shirts.

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Chris Chappell Photo Column—Laura Jane Grace

Seeing Laura play in Seattle on May 27, 2022 at The Showbox in Seattle gave me a whole new appreciation for her songs. She was having so much fun and that energy spread through the audience. Grace performed songs from across her deep catalog—Against Me! Tracks, to ones off recent solo albums, and even “Harsh Realms” off her underrated 2008 EP, Heart Burns.

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Factory Reset by Jamie L. Rotante

Eliminating what doesn’t serve me, and seeing how long I can last without.

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