Razorcake #62

Razorcake #62 from 2011, featuring Mean Jeans, Too Many Daves, Robert Scott (The Clean), Mountza, Tommy Chong

Mar 22, 2018

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Cover design by Bill Pinkel
Cover photos by Canderson

Mean Jeans: Interview by Todd Taylor. How did it take so long for a band this inspired by the Ramones to be this stupid? And who would’ve thought that the results would be this genius?

Too Many Daves:
Interview by Todd Taylor. A great man once said “I don’t know what sports those guys are playing, but I want season tickets.” And if there was a World Series for “Dudes,” these guys would have the Commissioner’s Trophy.

Robert Scott:
Interview by Ryan Leach. The prolific New Zealander talks and shares some stories from the many bands he’s been in over the years (The Clean and The Bats, for starters).

Interview by Matt Average. If you were to judge by yogurt alone, you would think that a Greek fanzine would be rather plain. This one proves that you couldn’t be further from the truth.

Sean Carswell
believes zine reading is fundamental.

Jim Ruland
is not the dude you’re looking for.

Amy Adoyzie isn’t entirely happy, for serious reasons.

Mitch Clem
looks like he’s not happy, for not quite as serious reasons.

is actually here with Tommy Chong.

Rev. Nørb
is actually, legitimately succeeding in life.

Art Fuentes
gives you a toy!

The Rhythm Chicken
is the iron chef with an iron liver.

Designated Dale hated Gilbert Godfrey before the whole bad joke incident.

Ben Snakepit
lists some of his favorite movies.

Kiyoshi Nakazawa
would rather order the salad.

Adrian Chi has a lot going on.

Gary Hornberger
concludes his trip through Peru.

Maddy Tight Pants becomes an expert in whaling and land surveying.

And tons of reviews for your post-rapture reading pleasure.


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