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February 8, 2018
Razorcake/Gorsky Press is proud to announce the pre-sale of Mike Faloon’s book The Other Night at Quinn’s.

Mike Watt of the Minutemen exclaims, “Whoa, these spiel batches pack much punch and got their grip way into brain-frame! Faloon had me captured and I had to keep reading.” Wayne Kramer of the MC5 adds that it’s “...a deeply personal dive into the psyche of a hardcore music fanatic...utterly indispensable. A truly great read.”

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February 1, 2018
Razorcake #102 now available, featuring The Blind Shake, MDC, Fatty Cakes And The Puff Pastries, and Dean Beddis

“Prison is a weird fucking place… I kept a journal when I was there: “How to Say No to Murderers.” –Dean Beddis

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January 25, 2018
Razorcake #60 from 2011, featuring Red Dons, Ari Up, Rations, Wyn Davis, How to Start Your Own DIY Record Label, Drake

“In other words, the only way to be a punk is to suffer in obscurity or become a traitor somehow to one side or the other. You just can’t win.” –Red Dons

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December 21, 2017
Razorcake #59 from 2010 featuring, Rumspringer, Eric Davidson, Mary Woronov, Sick Sick Birds, Nervous Gender, Florence And The Machine

"I think the best music ever comes out of places that suck." -Rumspringer

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July 31, 2017
Razorcake #99 now available, 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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February 6, 2017
Razorcake Issue #49 from April/May 2009, Featuring Shark Pants, Holly Golightly, In Defence, Vitamin X, Louis Jacinto, Kate Nash

A lot of people were very unhappy with how many times we reviewed Dillinger Four's Civil War in the previous issue. I mean, people complained to me about it a decade later. My response: fanzine = fan + zine.

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January 31, 2017
Razorcake #96 now available, featuring Pedal Strike, Fur Coats, Sharkpact, and One Punk’s Guide to Rap Music by Chris L Terry

“…if you want to impose a ban on my family’s ability to physically come visit me, force anyone to register into some kind of Muslim database, and continue to ostracize, oppress, and demonize myself and others like me, I will be your loudest, angriest, most unrelenting nightmare. I am a warrior and I come from a very long ancestral line of warriors. Just try and fuck with me, or my family; I am generations strong and you don’t fucking scare me.” –Donna Ramone

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October 4, 2016
Razorcake #94 Now Available, featuring Warriors, Trap Girl, Gentlemen Prefer Blood

The Warriors are East Los Angeles’ least Chicano, most important, exceedingly groundbreaking, and utmost implausible of unsung hero bands; yet their core, side, and guest members (and punk trainees) read like a biblical “who’s who” list of their more famous posterities hailing from east of the bridges that separate the eastside from the rest of Los Angeles.

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June 15, 2015
Razorcake Issue #31 from 2006, Featuring Regulations, Dead Moon, Can Kickers, Hellbillys, Guilty Hearts, Punk Rock Bowling, Alice Cooper

One of the best bands from Sweden in modern times. In fact, they're so good, they're also one of the best hardcore bands from the early '80s!

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April 13, 2015
Razorcake Issue #30 from 2006, Featuring Bent Outta Shape: The Reatards, The Unlovables, Last Target, Banditas, The Urchin, The Fest

The cutest lil' dirty boys you ever saw! They toured in a watermelon and one time Josh stole beer from the Briefs for them. Oh, and they rule.

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January 1, 2015
Razorcake Issue #27 from 2005, Featuring The Observers, This Bike Is A Pipebomb, Bloodbath And Beyond, Paul Roessler, The Routineers, All-Girl Bands on the Big Screen, and Fat Mike

What happens when four jerks get interviewed by a jerk? Read this and find out!

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October 10, 2013
Razorcake Issue #21, Featuring The Riverboat Gamblers, The Clorox Girls, The Ends, Career Suicide, Spontaneous Disgust, and Indie Books, Ice Cube

The bass player lost his teeth at a show in San Francisco. The singer got kicked out of a karaoke bar for breaking a table during "Can I Get a What What" by Jay-Z.

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