Back Issue PDFs

Razorcake Issue #09 from 2002 featuring Strike Anywhere, Fleshies, Out Cold, The Briefs, The Damned, Ben Hamper, Dee Dee Ramone tribute

Jimmy Alvarado and Todd barely survive an Emo Death Match?

Razorcake Issue #08 from 2002 featuring The Beltones, DS-13, Jello Biafra, Squab, The Adicts, Nero Burns, Jucifer, The Starvations, Hollywood Hate

How the hell does Nardwuar know where Jello's parents honeymooned, down to the hotel?

Razorcake Issue #07 from 2002 featuring Toys That Kill, The Adolescents, Suburban Voice's Al Quint, Tight Bros From Way Back When, KXLU, Independent Book Publishing, Echo and the Bunnymen

The first issue in the second year of Razorcake history.

Razorcake Issue #06 from 2002 featuring Howard Zinn, Good Riddance, Smut Peddlers, Motorhead, Patsy, Shag, Rodney Bingenheimer, and Echo and the Bunnymen

Howard Zinn: "There are times when I'd like to be deported. Please, send me to Paris."

Razorcake Issue #05 from 2001 featuring Super Chinchilla Rescue Mission, Swingin' Utters The Pinkz, The Beautys, Deadbolt, Naked Ruby, Marilyn Manson

A while back Seth from SCRM mentioned being on the cover of this issue. He talked about getting in arguments with lowlife roommates and using the fact that he was on the cover of Razorcake #05 to re-enforce his side of the conflict. You can't blame the guy for trying.

Razorcake Issue #04 from 2001 featuring Ian MacKaye, Friends Forever, TSOL, Throw Rag, Radio Vago, Amy Fusselman, The X-Rated Bible

The first time that Ian MacKaye and Nardwuar talk on tape. It's a goodie.

Razorcake Issue #03 from 2001: Duane Peters, The Weird Lovemakers, Tadpole, The Dagons, filmmaker Ben Wolfinsohn, Jimmy Alvarado's article on A History of East LA Punk, Thor

Looking back how Duane deep-ended, we should have put the Weird Lovemakers on the cover. Their records are so fucking good. Plus, the invaluable article by Jimmy Alvarado, "A History of East LA Punk."

Razorcake Issue #02 from 2001 featuring The Crowd, Scared of Chaka, The Forgotten, Flogging Molly, Hostage Records, Hot Water Music, Leatherface, Primal Scream

The heroes of the Beach Blvd. comp. As a public service announcement, Jim Kaa of the Crowd's name is pronounced "Kay," not like the last part of "Ka-caw! Ka-caw!"

Razorcake Issue #01 from 2001, Featuring Fat Mike and Erin, The Causey Way, The Gossip, Selby Tigers, Smogtown, and Youth Brigade

Astute readers will recognize that both Fat Mike and Erin are on the cover, not just Mike. Erin's the recognized brains of the operation.

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