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Rob Coons Photo Column—Yellowcake

When I saw the final lineup for the most recent Lie Detector Fest, I immediately knew that Yellowcake was one of the bands I was most excited to see. I’d been listening to their first release a lot and I just knew their blown-out d-beat was going to pummel my eyes and ears into oblivion.

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Why Can’t We Be Friends? by Jamie L. Rotante 

Navigating how to make friends and maintain relationships in adulthood.

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An Exploration of Razorcake #137 at The POP-HOP

An Exploration of Razorcake #137 at The POP-HOP featuring Melissa Cody, Chris L. Terry, and Jim Ruland. PLEASE NOTE VENUE CHANGE!

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Agid Antaris Photo Column—Seclude

If you like death punk nuances while not leaving punk behind, I have the band for you! Seclude is a hardcore punk band with bits of death metal thrown in.

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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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Lorien Lamarr Photo Column—The Holy Ghost Tabernacle Choir

This is how you do it right: give people a frequency to tune into and noise can become something more. Everything comes into focus.

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Dude’s Trip #3, Superior Camping by Nighthawk

Hi everyone, self-proclaimed punk rock Rick Steves here. You may or may not have read one or both of the first two installments of this column. If so, thank you. If not, let me introduce myself. I am a forty-two-year-old punk rock type who likes to travel and write, among other things. Specifically, I like […]

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Gilbert Cisneros Photo Column—Mary Mother Of Bear

Bay Area transplant Charles Goshert’s project Mary Mother Of Bear took the stage at ABGs in Provo on November’s holiday weekend.

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Razorcake #99 from 2017, featuring Bad Sports, Midnite Snaxxx, Jaime Hernandez, This DIY Project Called Survival: Homelessness, Creativity, and a City in Crisis, and One Punk’s Guide to Gardening

“That’s the thing about homelessness: it’s right there, if you’re looking.” –Cheryl Klein

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Rob Coons Photo Column—Spy

Whenever Spy plays, they have so much power that they hit the crowd like a bolt of lightning! And as you can see, they stir everyone into a frenzy of slam dancing, stagedives, crowd surfing, and lots of people singing along.

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One Punk’s Guide to Digital Sex Work By Lorde Destroyer

My name is Lorde. I’m an online sex worker. Lorde Destroyer is my stage name. Lorde comes from feminist and civil rights activist, Audre Lorde, and a client christened me Lorde Destroyer because I destroy egos, paradigms, and old identities. Psychological devastation—or as some like to call it, mindfuck—is my niche.

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Lorien Lamarr Photo Column—Daikaiju

Honestly, if I could only go to one show next year, I’d make it Daikaiju. I can’t think of another show where I’m as much a part of the experience.

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