Razorcake Issue #49 from April/May 2009, Featuring Shark Pants, Holly Golightly, In Defence, Vitamin X, Louis Jacinto, Kate Nash

Feb 06, 2017

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Shark Pants:
Interview by Todd Taylor. Southwest fastcore that gets so crazy at times you won’t be able to tell if it’s the heat or if you’re fucked up. (http://www.myspace.com/sharkpants/)

Racking the Slide: Fiction by Ernst Schoen-René. It’s the farthest places from the big cities where the weirdest stuff happens.

Holly Golightly: Interview by Jennifer Whiteford. Holly is a lovely young woman whose songs take parts of blues, country, and soul. She’ll also kill you. (http://www.myspace.com/hollygolightlymusic)

Louis Jacinto:
Interview by Ryan Leach. An interesting conversation with the prolific photographer of classic punk bands. (What? Let’s see you come up with a fuckin’ pictures joke.) (www.onodream.com)

In Defence: Interview by MP Johnson. Ripping hardcore from Minneapolis that covers the important issues. Are tacos better than pizza? (http://www.myspace.com/indefence)

Vitamin X: Interview by Al Quint. Long-running international hardcore punks. Apparently the Descendents aren’t the only band to be heavily influenced by farting. (http://www.myspace.com/vitaminxhc)

Liz O
can’t get no satisfaction.

Maddy Tight Pants seems to know a lot of facts about secret societies.

Amy Adoyzie is pretty good with numbers.

Ben Snakepit draws his ten favorite movies about punx.

Rev. Nørb is fighting his own war.

Gary Hornberger
loves classic hardcore… and comics.

The Rhythm Chicken sets up a new nest over in Vegas.

Designated Dale loves a parade, hates everyone else.

Art Fuentes has a razor face.

Kiyoshi Nakazawa remembers Lux Interior.

Nardwuar talks to Kate Nash about ‘70s punk rock and underwear.

Sean Carswell reminds you to lay off the clams.

Jim Ruland
remembers J.J. Osborn.

And a shit ton of reviews. Only a few for Civil War this time.

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