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Deb Frazin Photo Column—Chesty Malone And The Slice ’Em Ups

Brooklyn’s favorite hardcore punk band Chesty Malone And The Slice ’Em Ups have recently released their hot new single “Turn to Crime” on beautiful black and white splattered wax and it’s a real banger!

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Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column—Logical Nonsense

What ever happened to Logical Nonsense? What a great band! Outta Santa Fe, N.M. they had several full-length releases through the ’90s, though the split with Grimple was probably one of the most well-known. That was a perfect 12” piece of vinyl.

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The “Yes” Movement by Jamie L. Rotante

How the need to feel fulfilled by keeping ourselves busy and being available leads to burnout and resentment.

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Deb Frazin Photo Column—Frankie & the Witch Fingers

s photo of Frankie & The Witch Fingers was snapped on Nov. 8, 2021 at Permanent Records Roadhouse. It was the band’s homecoming show after a long tour, and it was one of the best shows I’ve seen at Permanent Records Roadhouse (so far)!

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Chris Chappell Photo Column—Walter Etc.

On August 13, 2021 Walter Etc. played for around one hundred Seattleites cozied up on blankets in the city’s iconic Gasworks Park. This last summer in Seattle was rough. It felt like we only had several weeks of beautifully sunny Seattle summer before record-breaking heat waves and smoke from nearby wildfires invaded the city.

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Deb Frazin Photo Column—Oog Bogo

Oog Bogo has been my new obsession lately. Kevin Boog (of Meatbodies) is the brains behind the band. They’ve released two outstanding EPs (the second EP was mixed and mastered by Ty Segall).

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Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column—Cimitir

Out of the ashes of Asylum comes RVA’s newest metal punk band—Cimitir! This photo is from their first show at the Fuzzy Cactus with Loud Night and ParaDogs for my birthday bash in September.

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Website Under Construction

We’re working on a core functionality of our website this week and won’t be able to post new content until after this work is finished.

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Bitch Fight: All We Wanted Was Everything, Part 3 by Michelle Cruz Gonzales

We didn’t call ourselves Bitch Fight for nothing.

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Deb Frazin Photo Column—Kate Clover

This photo of Kate Clover was snapped at The Echo 9/28/21. She opened for The Black Lips that night and performed songs from her recently released (and very impressive) debut EP Channel Zero. Her set was fire that night.

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One Punk Goes to the Movies: Spike Lee in the ’80s by James Rosario

Spike Lee is a cinematic force to be reckoned with. But, like all great artists, he had to start somewhere.

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Deb Frazin Photo Column—Fuzz

This photo was snapped on the fourth (and final) night of the Fuzz residency at The Teragram Ballroom. It was the first time I’d seen them play live since 2015, and as expected, their set was a thunderous, rumbling earthquake that whipped up the sold-out crowd into a wild eruption of pure joy.

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