If you’re into the frantic, quirky sound of bands like Television and Gang Of Four, then you’re gonna love Traps PS!
Bolt-cutters, fire accelerant and a good fucking attitude. What a winning combination. This pool was so deep we had to find a twelve step to …
Minneapolis punks jimmy and bryan answer Razorcake readers’ concerns in Dear ACABby, an advice column for the rest of us. In this edition, they wonder if you can stay punk forever and take on stonewalling and relationship trauma. 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.
I caught The Ghoulies at The Redwood Bar a couple of years ago, and it was love at first listen! I’m a real sucker for a garage punk band with an organ, and The Ghoulies served it up real hot that night!
Victims at Philly Fest, August 13, 2004 at Unitarian Church, Philadelphia PA | photo by Chris Boarts Larson, slugandlettuce.net
Nervous Gender made swift work of attacking every taboo, stereotype, and preconceived notion about religion, sexuality, and punk rock they came across…and made their points using—GASP!—synthesizers to create a racket that often sent the most ardent Black Flag fan scrambling in piss-panted fear for the nearest exit.
If you’re into Black Flag and early Nirvana, then you’re gonna love the new song that Dirtycakes just released!
This past month it’s been twenty-nine years since my friend Gerardo Velasquez, seen here behind Phranc during a Nervous Gender performance, passed away.
In partnership with USC Visions and Voices, Razorcake is proud to co-sponsor a virtual panel discussion on the first three installments of its Eastside Punks mini-documentaries about Eastside L.A. punk bands.
This photo of Exene was snapped at The O.C. Observatory in 2018. The Blasters and Los Lobos were also on the bill, and it was one hell of a Slash-o-riffic night!