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Through Being Cool by Jamie L. Rotante

Learning how to let go of my past and not let it define me, while still understanding how unimportant it is to be cool.

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Deb Frazin Photo Column—The Premonitions

This photo of The Premonitions was snapped at Zebulon during my first week back at shows since the pandemic started. I was in the mood for some garage punk and a Premonitions set was just what the doctor ordered!

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Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column—Battlemaster

We all needed it! It’s been way too long! Local RVA Battlemaster was finally able to have a record release show for last year’s record that’s already sold out.

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Razorcake 123, featuring The Mummies, Karoline Collins, Jon Moritsugu and Amy Davis, Milky Wimpshake, and Seized Up

“I’m not above cheap shots. That’s entertainment.” –Trent, The Mummies’ Interview

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Florida: The Review by Will Kenneth

Will spent thirty years embedded in Florida to bring you a first-hand account of what it was like to be raised among alligators, Florida Man, and the elusive Skunk Ape. Now that he’s moving home to New York City, he’s ready to share his story.

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Deb Frazin Photo Column—MonoDelux

If you’re into loud garage rock, and love bands like MC5 and The Dogs, then MonoDelux should definitely be on your “bands to go see” list!

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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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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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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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Wandering and Wondering: Justin Matthew’s Dirty Art Press by Daniel Makagon

Justin Matthew created Dirty Art Press to document strange and familiar features of contemporary urban life.

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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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