This photo of Mariachi El Bronx was snapped at Alex’s Bar’s 20th anniversary show. It was a sold-out show, and it was the last show I saw at Alex’s Bar before the pandemic lockdown.
Minneapolis punks jimmy and bryan answer Razorcake readers’ concerns in Dear ACABby, an advice column for the rest of us. In this edition, they talk about name changes and platonic ghosting. 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.
Terry Gilliam’s 1995 post-apocalyptic time travel film 12 Monkeys is much more than the sum of its parts. Its lineage dates back to 1958, but its messaging is as timely as ever.
You can’t put your arms around a website!
This photo of Chris Shaw was snapped in 2017 when he was on tour with his band Ex-Cult. It was a fantastic show, and I’m so glad to have been able to see them at one of my favorite venues, The Hi-Hat.
Will kept a plan for running away from home as a teenager. Despite wanting to get out, he looks back and shows why leaving abusive relationships isn’t as simple as walking out the door.
After three years, Neighborhood Brats have finally released their much-anticipated new album “Confines of Life” on Dirt Cult Records . I just listened to it, and I can tell you it was well worth the wait!
This week’s column features L.A. punk guitar legend Joe Baiza of Saccharine Trust—a man who can keep me mesmerized with his guitar skills and stories for hours!
RIP Pete V. Pete was one of the most unique characters I have known. A man out of his time. A legend. He will be missed.
One of my favorite L.A. punk bands Dee Skusting & the Rodents will be streaming a live set from The Redwood Bar in DTLA on May 28th at 10:00 PM!