Webcomic Wednesdays #347 by Sam Grinberg

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Razorcake Podcast #611 with Kayla Greet – Rad Girlfriend Records Edition

Another podcast, another showcase. This time I’m spotlighting Rad Girlfriend Records based out of Dayton, OH and founded in 2011. Over the years there’s been more than a few releases I’ve picked up that had their apocalyptic logo on the back. It’s only fitting to give them their day in the sun. What a bunch of fantastic bands on an underrated label!

Featured Zines Reviews Razorcake 108, Enough Is Enough, Proof I Exist, Slut City Journal, Syndicate Product

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“The amount of opposition you face when you attack the police, even from an intellectual standpoint, is stunning.” –Jimmy Cooper, ENOUGH IS ENOUGH: A 150 YEAR PERFORMANCE REVIEW OF THE MINNEAPOLIS POLICE DEPARTMENT

Webcomic Sundays #346 by Cathy Hannah

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Lorien Lamarr Photo Column – The Penske File

Lorien Lamarr - The Penske File

The Penske File delivers a raw energy that inspires crowds to behave like raucous idiots. At one point a crowd surfer dove off the side stage during a song break—to no music.

La Tuya Podcast Interview by Todd Taylor

When I listen to La Tuya, I hear the grand tradition of East L.A. backyards. I can almost see the dust rise up from the pit as they blast from my speakers. The band is smart, funny, and pissed. Their songs oscillate easily between both Marxes—Karl and Groucho.

Razorcake Issue #72 from 2013, featuring Eric Oblivian

Razorcake Issue #72

“We asked Greg Cartwright if he wanted to start a band. He said. ‘That sounds stupid. Why not?'” -Eric Oblivian

Webcomic Wednesdays #345 by Mikie Manzer

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Razorcake Podcast #610 with Johnny and Elwood

You are cordially invited to our punk rock dance and sing party.

Featured Record Reviews Razorcake 108 – Neighborhood Brats, Color TV, Radon, Tommy And The Commies, Marked Men

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Claw Marks is a 383 mile laceration that rages harder and faster than any high-speed train ever could. –Daryl