Deb Frazin Photo Column—The Schizophonics

The Schizophonics have just released their spectacular new album People in the Sky and I guarantee you, it’s gonna knock your ass right off of your chair when the needle hits the vinyl.

Chris Boarts Larson Photo Column—The Avail Reunion Northeast

Avail—I fell in love with the band, then I fell in love with the boy, then I fell in love with the town.

Featured Record Reviews Razorcake 112—The Outcasts, Cement Shoes, Eat My Fear, Generacion Suicida, Snakes, Soul Glo

Deb Frazin Photo Column—45 Grave

Do you want to party? Good, because IT’S PARTY TIME on October 20th!

Lorien Lamarr Photo Column—Truth Cult

By the end of the Truth Cult’s set, the vocalist was bleeding. I’m tempted to say this band is a danger to themselves and others, but in a satisfying way that I don’t want them to stop or even slow down.

On the road with Walt Hamburger by Lorien Lamarr

Walt Hamburger used to be best known for his role in the punk trio The Hamburgers. Working merch, at least once per show I explained that Hamburger was not Walt’s given surname, saying “It’s sorta like Joey Ramone, except instead of Ramone, he’s a Hamburger.”

Deb Frazin Photo Column—The Groans

The Groans have just released their new album Earth Dweller on Get Better Records! I hear influences of Team Dresch, a touch of The Breeders, and some Sonic Youth. The contrasting/intertwining vocals swirling around the album gives the songs a stirring, conspicuous streak throughout the album.

Daisy Noemi Photo Column—Aurat

Los Angeles band, Aurat (OH-RUT), meaning “Women” in Urdu, embraces the Urdu language with lyrics of its native language and nontraditional sounds.

One Punk Goes to the Movies: 1967—The Year Film Broke by James Rosario

In 1967, a series of landmark films were released that ushered in a new era of American filmmaking. Violence, sex, race, and disillusionment were faced head on, and the cinematic landscape would never be the same again.

Deb Frazin Photo Column—Otniel Y Los Condors

Ex-Pedal Strike guitarist/songwriter Otniel Antezana Alba has just released his kick-ass debut album with his new band Otniel Y Los Condors, and I can’t get enough of it!