Razorcake #66

Razorcake #66 from 2012, featuring Neighborhood Brats, Slow Death, White Lung, Straight Arrows, Mike Watt

Jul 26, 2018

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Cover by Daryl Gussin
Photo by Martin Sorrondeguy
Illustration by Danny Martin

Neighborhood Brats: Interview by Todd Taylor. The brain trust of Jenny Quitter and George Rager, proving punk’s the well spring and everything else is just modifiers.

Slow Death: Interview by Megan Pants. From the ashes of Pretty Boy Thorson And The Incredibly Handsome Cowboys comes this new incarnation of basically the same band. Oddly enough, most of their shows follow the plot of The Muppet Movie.

White Lung:
Interview by Chris Peigler. A Vancouver band that does that thing where if you didn’t know they were a great new band, you’d think they were a great ‘70s punk band.

Straight Arrows:
Interview by Ryan Leach. They are from Australia. They play some pretty crazy, great ‘60s-inspired psych rock. You’re allowed to do that when you live in Australia.

Sean Carswell
is a book-writing carpenter.

Jim Ruland
has seen a lot of bars.

Mitch Clem
remembers an awful venue.

talks to Mike Watt.

Rev. Nørb
needs a goddamn job.

Liz Prince likes dudes in bands.

The Rhythm Chicken
still has some cluck left in him after all.

Designated Dale gives some history lessons.

Ben Snakepit
should just kiss Kiyoshi Nakazawa already.

Kiyoshi Nakazawa
should just kiss Ben Snakepit already.

Adrian Chi has no regrets.

Amy Adoyzie has learned a thing or eighteen.

Art Fuentes
loves video games.

And tons of reviews for when you’re done either shoveling snow off the ground, or tacos into your mouth.

This issue is dedicated to the memories of Solomon Burke, Chalmers Johnson, and Václav Havel.


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