Thirsty Thursdays Presented by The Dollar Boys is a highly unorganized group of individuals who get together to play the best and worst of old and new, punk, hardcore, and god knows what else. Punk podcast.
Read and see more from Wred at his blog! /// Do you or your friends make webcomics that would fit well here at Razorcake? Send an email (and comics or links to comics) to our editors: [email protected] or [email protected]
“I’m constantly looking at shows and I’m like, “Damn, remember when this was some white people shit?!” It’s so Brown, it’s so Black. It’s amazing.” –James Spooner
C.O.F.F.I.N and Amyl And The Sniffers are currently touring the U.S. together— two of the hottest punk bands from Australia showing Americans how to drive sold-out crowds into a wild frenzy!
Immerse yourself in the full audio experience that include music from related bands like Chris & Tad, The Presidents of the United States of America, Borsht, and Caspar Babypants.
A classic comic I think about at least once a month. Read more of Rick's comics here and purchase some damn zines while you're at it! /// Do you or your friends make webcomics that would fit well here at Razorcake? Send an email (and comics or links to comics) to our editors: [email protected] or […]
Ray Potes created Hamburger Eyes twenty-one years ago. The zine has become one of the most important DIY photozines, serving as an important outlet for documentary photography.
MSSV is an experimental rock band featuring Mike Watt, Mike Baggetta, and Stephen Hodges. I was very lucky to have caught them on the final night of their forty-eight-date “Haru Tour” across the U.S. What an incredible set!
Malandro pulverized the crowd with a slew of blistering songs of pure powerviolence. I doubt that any of the songs in their set clocked in longer than one minute. The singer was a whirlwind of energy—jumping around, screaming, and assaulting everyone’s ears with lyrical rage!
This episode is dedicated to the memory of Chris Bailey of The Saints.
Will recalls how he used punk fashion as a way of asserting his independence and power while growing up in an abusive household, though finding his identity didn’t come without mishaps and a price.