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Razorcake #88 from 2015 featuring Worriers, Peach Kelli Pop, Urinals, Jake Smith (Part 1)

“What is DIY if it isn’t living one’s life as a life of action?”

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Razorcake #87 from 2015 featuring Benny The Jet Rodriguez, Octagrape, Listen Lady, Western Addiction, Divers, Chuck D of Public Enemy

Benny The Jet Rodriguez reminds me of the ninety-nine percent of L.A. that never gets on TV. They sound like morning haze burning off and giving way to 326 days of sunshine, cracks in the sidewalks from the roots of trees, 1960s AM radio, and Mexican food in strip malls. Simple pleasures.

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Razorcake #86 from 2015 Trans Punks interviews of Kale Edminston, Shannon Thompson, Mars Dixon, and Sadie Smith by Susan de Place

Trans Punks: featuring interviews by Susan de Place with Kale Edminston (Nervous Nelly Records, Nashville Transit zine), Shannon Thompson (Nervous Nelly Records), Mars Dixon (Aye Nako), and Sadie Smith (Peeple Watchin’, G.L.O.S.S.).

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Razorcake #85 from 2015 featuring Delay, Liz Prince, The Real Kids, No Small Children, One Punk’s Guide to Pinball

"If we took every piece of advice that my grandma gave us about being in a band, we'd probably be famous." -Delay

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Razorcake #84 from 2015 featuring L.A. Zine Fest, Aztlan Underground Part 2, Boilerman, One Punk’s Guide to Bike Touring, Peeple Watchin’, Wu-Tang Clan

What are the logistics involved in organizing an exponentially growing event in a city that’s relatively hostile to the DIY community? How do you accommodate the overflowing response to such a fun, exciting, and necessary event? Who buys the toilet paper?

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Razorcake #83 from 2014 featuring Black Rainbow, Aztlan Underground, So… What Are You?, and Tor Johnson Records

Black Rainbow features members of Allergic To Bullshit, Shotwell, Tulsa, and Onion Flavored Rings. Ivy Jeanne and Erica Dawn Lyle are a force to be reckoned with. Every band they’ve ever been in has been amazing. Black Rainbow is no exception.

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Razorcake #82 from 2014 featuring Cody Liam (Can Of Beans, Stoned At Heart), One Punk’s Guide To Bizarro Fiction, Wayne Kramer, DFMK, and Hard Girls

Great people don’t always make great music, but holy shit lookout when they do. Cody is smooth, confident, and one hell of a songwriter.

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Razorcake #81 from 2014 featuring Radioactivity, M.O.T.O., Muhammadali, French Exit, 9/11, Never Let Me Forget by Donna Ramone, Bushwick Bill

Radioactivity may be the most articulate response to a question nobody was asking. What happens when you taken phenomenal talent, genuine love of a genre, precision, thoughtful restraint, eerily catchy, yet organic sounding harmonies, and infuse it into wax? You have one of the greatest records ever made.

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Razorcake #80 from 2014 with Mind Spiders, Stalins Of Sound, The Klitz, One Punk’s Guide to Poetry, Ottawa Explosion Weekend, the Sonics

"It's the Mind Spiders against the humans. And humans kinda suck. Basically, in the end, the Mind Spiders are going to win." -Mind Spiders

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Razorcake #79 from 2014 with Tony Molina, The Dopamines, We Were There: Voices from L.A. Punk’s First Wave, Cheryl Klein Contemplates Her Cyborg Boobs, Class Bigotry in Higher Education, The Sonics

"What you're saying about punk being a lifestyle and the politics involved, I'm down with all that shit, but I don't do it." -Tony Molina

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Razorcake #78 with Low Culture, Jabber, Bümbklåått, and One Punk’s Guide to Silent Films

"I was kinda thinking about how fucking stupid pretty much everything is. We're kind of culturally bankrupt, I guess." -Low Culture

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Razorcake Issue #77 from 2013 with Steve Adamyk Band, Generacíon Suicida, Awesome Fest 7, Jello Biafra, and Expand Civil Rights to Include Social Class

It’s sort of like The Warriors but with a better soundtrack and less racial stereotypes. Can you dig it?!

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