Razorcake Issue #39 from 2007, Featuring The Measure [SA], The Copyrights, The Penetrators, Circle One, I Object, Chris Walter, Geddy Lee

Jul 28, 2016

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The Measure {SA}: Interview by Matt Pullman. Basement folk punk that’s equal parts Billy Bragg and American Steel. Have you read past issues and thought “You know, this band is okay, but I wish they could name every county in New Jersey”? Well get stoked. (http://www.myspace.com/themeasuresa)

Chris Walter: Interview by Allan Macinnis. Notable Canadian author who proves just how much one person can overcome, and that there are things in life to write about other than bands who shit their pants. (http://www.myspace.com/gfy_press)

Circle One: Interview by Jimmy Alvarado and Todd Taylor. Part two of two. Just like these dudes are still going, so is this interview.

I Object: Interview by Chris Piegler. Some of the happiest, angry hardcore kids going these days. (http://www.myspace.com/iobject)

The Copyrights: Interview by Mr. Z. Midwest pop punk that’s so classic, yet fresh. (http://www.myspace.com/thecopyrights)

The Penetrators: Interview by Mike Frame. Another highlight from Killed By Death. Because we’re not happy with just one badass old school band per issue.

Liz O. thinks back to simpler times.

Jim Ruland got married!

Mitch Clem draws about science!

Gary Hornberger thinks that Paris Hilton sucks.

Amy Adoyzie puts a new spin on feng shui.

Ben Snakepit draws his top ten American eateries.

Rev. Nørb gets a little arty on us (but we’re not sure just how much we can take).

The Rhythm Chicken is unmasked.

Designated Dale writes about the controversy surrounding the Catholic Church.

Art Fuentes draws his summer vacations.

Kiyoshi Nakazawa draws about some weird pick up bars.

Nardwuar talks to Geddy Lee about his punk-ness.

Sean Carswell gets his door kicked in tonight, alright.

Craven Rock does a guest column on just that (think about that).

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