Top 5s

Razorcake issue 101 Top 5s: Worriers, Propagandhi, Xetas, Dopamines, Sacrificio, Limp Wrist

Top 5s from Razorcake 100: Limp Wrist, Worriers, Marked Men, Vince Lombardi High School, Impalers, Cyanide Pills

Top 5s from Razorcake 99: Radioactivity, Bad Sports, Uranium Club, Long Knife, RVIVR, Drakulas, Cock Sparrer

Top 5s from Razorcake 98: Crusades, Career Suicide, Songs For Moms, Cyanide Pills, El Banda, Uranium Club, and Street Eaters

Top 5s from Razorcake 97: Career Suicide, The Globs, Future Virgins, Wreck Of The Zephyr, Mikey Erg!, Liquids, and Cayetana

“Everyone wants the revolution but nobody wants to do the dishes” Why is this true? -Candace Hansen

Top 5s from Razorcake 96: Drakulas, Alice Bag, Toys That Kill, Uranium Club, Shit Present, Dead To Me

Good music has been political for years. Ask any DIY band that’s not made up of all straight white dudes. –Candace Hansen

Top 5s from Razorcake 95: Low Culture, La Tuya with La Victoria, Erica Freas, Vanity, CCTV

Whacking the shit out of Donald Trump piñatas.

Top 5s from Razorcake 94: G.L.O.S.S., Martha, Toys That Kill, Descendents

Overheard advice from one little girl to another in the park: “Use it to be funny or when you’re angry. Don’t overuse it or use it to be cool. Be careful with your profanity.”

Top 5s from Razorcake #93: Toys That Kill, The Falcon, Pinned In Place, Spokenest

“You are nothing but a wallet with legs to us, now drink your five Euro lager and please wear Ray Bans.” –John Miskelly

Top 5s from Razorcake #92: Dyke Drama, Lost Balloons, Pedal Strike, Red Dons, CCTV, Listen Lady

Susan de Place
Best new vinyl purchases (for debut at Razorcake/Vermin on the Mount readings with Alice Bag, Keith Morris, Michelle Gonzales, and Michael Fournier)
1. Chroma, Cuerpos Dóciles LP (huge thank you to Grave Mistake Records!)
2. Exit Order 7” EP
3. Patsy, “Eat It” b/w “Insidious Kind” 7”
4. Nots, “Fix” b/w “Modern” 7”
5. Suicidas, “Los Primeros” 7” LP (another huge thank you to DJ of Shadow Age!)

Top 5s From Issue #90
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Kayla Greet: Teaching a Girl Scout troop how to play pinball and giving them merit badges.
Top 5s from Issue #91
Jim Ruland's No. 3: This sentence by Rebecca Solnit:
“Punk rock had burst into my life with the force of revelation.”


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