Columns

Daniel Villarreal Photo Column—Tito Larriva of the Plugz, presented by Louis Jacinto

Actor Daniel Villarreal has an extensive catalog of punk beginning in 1980. Here he captured Plugz front man Tito Larriva at the Atomic Café in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles.

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The Look, the Sandwich, and the Whole Fuckin’ System, by Daryl

Show me a DIY operation and I will explain to you the beauty of the worker-owned model. Responsibility, flexibility, and total fuckin’ freedom.

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Deb Frazin Photo Column—False Confession

Early ’80s nardcore band False Confession have released an impressive new album Resurrectionists—nine sick hardcore tracks that’ll rattle yer teeth loose!

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Deb Frazin Photo Column—Crisis Actor

Crisis Actor has just released a blistering new song “No More,” and I think it’s their best song to date. This band just climbed up to the next level.

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Toni and Joe by Michelle Cruz Gonzales

Joe stopped playing when he finished the chorus of the song.

“It’s not hard, you know. If I can do it, anyone can.” He smiled a crooked smile.

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Call for Issues, Problems, and Difficulties. Email Dear ACABby!

Write Dear ACABby for punk help! [email protected]

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Deb Frazin Photo Column—Haunted Garage

This photo of Haunted Garage was shot at Cafe Nela in 2019. It was the last show Haunted Garage played before singer Dukey Flyswatter had his brain surgery (thankfully, it was a success).

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Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column—Avail

This guy is everything to me!

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Deb Frazin Photo Column—Slaughterhouse

Slaughterhouse has finally released their long-awaited debut album Fun Factory! It’s thirty-two sizzling minutes of FIRE!

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One Punk Goes to the Movies: ’80s Action Heroes, ’90s Smart-Asses, and Where They Got Us by James Rosario

As the jingoism of 1980s action movies eventually gave way to the witty banter and apathy of 1990s independent cinema, cultural, economic, and political rifts began to form that would affect generations to come.

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Deb Frazin Photo Column—The Scientists

The Scientists have blasted their way out of the pandemic slumber with their first new studio album in thirty-five years—Negativity on In The Red Records!

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Dear ACABby: A Punk Advice Column by jimmy & bryan

Minneapolis punks jimmy and bryan answer Razorcake readers’ concerns in Dear ACABby, an advice column for the rest of us. Today, they advise on dealing with codependent tendencies when your partner’s outta town. If you’ve got a problem you’d like Dear ACABby to have a go at, you can email them at [email protected] and they’ll get back to you here at razorcake.org.

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