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Cover artwork by Danny Martin
Noam Chomsky: Interview by Ryan Leach. Is it appropriate to make fart jokes about notable political philosophers? To be fair, even those who theorize about socialism still have to fart.
Thee Undertakers: Interview by Jimmy Alvarado. Classic L.A. punks take some time to share their stories, this time focusing on their beginnings, the East L.A. scene, and their sole album. Part II of II.
Daylight Robbery: Interview by Annie Saunders and Sarah Ryczek. A lot of people get into punk rock for a feeling of family, but this band lives it. Though, most families don’t churn out dark, classic ‘70s-influenced punk rock.
The Films of Pedro Almodovar: Article by Billups Allen. If you’ve ever thought about getting into the work of this notable filmmaker, here’s as good a place as any to start.
Sean Carswell may have trouble remembering, but he knows what he likes.
Jim Ruland is a big fan of small things.
Amy Adoyzie knows how to pack for traveling.
Mitch Clem has been watching a lot of Dr. Who.
Ben Snakepit technically doesn’t have a story about G.G. Allin.
Rev. Nørb technically doesn’t have a 10 ½.
Art Fuentes is pretty creative when it comes to artists block.
The Rhythm Chicken is redefining the meaning of ruckus.
Designated Dale is a proud member of the KISS army.
Kiyoshi Nakazawa knows his barflies.
Adrian Chi has learned a few things about playing shows.
Gary Hornberger probably didn’t pay much attention in jury duty.
Nardwuar speaks with Snoop Dogg, again!
And the same old absurd amount of record, zine, book, and DVD reviews.
This issue is dedicated to the memories of Alan Sillitoe and Alex Chilton.
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