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Do Yourself (and Us) a Favor and Head Over to Our New Website
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You can find our new site right here--

There's a lot of interesting and useful content that will be preserved on this site.
But for new postings and anything in the webstore, head over to the new site.


The First Annual Chris Pepus Prize
The winner will be awarded 350 dollars.
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We are looking for pieces that capture and also push forward Pepus’s spirit of fairness. They also must engage with and confront social class issues. (Or, in Pepus’s words, they must be “against class bigotry.”) Submissions should be well written, non-fiction, and punk applicable. Pieces can be narratives but must be research-based and factual.

Razorcake #93 Now Available, featuring Basement Benders
Aaron Cometbus, Eureka California, and Lenny Lashley
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“Pipe Bomb played around two or three in the morning,
and you called somebody out because they had brushed their teeth....
why are you minty-fresh at two am?! ...What’s wrong with you?"

Vermin on the Mount Saturday June 11 at Book Show

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Razorcake #92 Now Available
The Rival Mob, Downtown Boys, Bleached, One Punk’s Guide To African Politics, an
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“I cut my teeth on punk in the late ‘80s, early ‘90s. It was a scarier time at shows and I don’t miss the violence. I think it’s stupid to romanticize people getting stabbed, rat-packed, curbed, and crippled to prove that punk was dangerous or a threat. Yet I still sometimes crave nastiness in the music itself—unapologetic, raw-meat, acid-in-the-wound, life-is-fucked, punch-a-koala, it-won’t-get-better hardcore punk.”

Big Frank Harrison suffered a massive heart attack.
Please consider donating
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Big Frank Harrison -- former manager of Zed Records in Long Beach, CA and owner of Nemesis Records -- suffered a massive heart attack. His nineteen-year-old daughter administered CPR that saved his life. Please consider donating to Big Frank Harrison's Big Heart Fund.

Tear A Cognita #07: Minneapolis, Minnesota
A series of free, downloadable, regional comps.
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Minneapolis, Minnesota has never been for the faint of heart.

Pinned In Place LP Now Available
Melodic DIY punk from this LA band.
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Stream it! Buy it! Repeat!

Razorcake #91 Now Available

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Featuring: Iron Chic, The Bombpops, All Dogs, Scott McCaughey,
and “Exploring the DIY State of Mind” with Daniel Makagon

Razorcake Embroidered Patch
Nautical Punx, fly your lavendar colors
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Up the radness of your punx vest with our sweet new nautical patch design.

Tear A Cognita #06: San Pedro, California
A series of free, downloadable, regional comps.
By Staff

"Start your own band!"

Drinks for the Little Guy ebook Pay-What-You-Will
By Sean Carswell
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Gorsky Press published their first book, Drinks for the Little Guy, in 1999.
The book has been out of print for years.

Vermin on the Mount and Gorsky Press Proudly Present
Live from Book Show, February, 19th, 2016
By Daryl Gussin

Stories read in front of a live audience.

Vermin on the Mount at Book Show Friday Feb. 19

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With irreverent readings by Siel Ju, Scot Sothern, Kevin Moffett, Josh Stallings,
Rebecca Gonzales and your host Jim Ruland.

#90 Now Available
Featuring: One’s Punks Guide To Outlaw Country, Pears, Fugue, Martha
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“The trends may come in waves, consuming the inexperienced, but authenticity
was there the whole time. Calm, collected, sitting on the beach with a boombox
and a cooler, watching the show.”

Vermin on the Mount and Gorsky Press Proudly Present
Live from Book Show, October 30, 2015
By Daryl Gussin

Stories read in front of a live audience at Book Show in
Los Angeles, CA as part of 
Vermin on the Mount.

Razorcake and LA Zine Fest present RVIVR, Pinned in Place and Badlands
Sat., Feb. 6, 9 PM at Pehrspace
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Thank You Video: 2015 Donation Drive

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Thanks to everyone who donated to this year's drive. We couldn't do it without you.

Last Day to Donate to Razorcake

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Today is the last day to get in on the party and donate to Razorcake!

Only 3 Days Left to Donate to Razorcake

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Private moments are better with a zine on your lap. 
Donate to Razorcake, and help keep bathrooms across the world magical and comforting.

Tear A Cognita #05: Seattle, Washington
A series of free, downloadable, regional comps.
By Staff

Seattle is a city with a rich musical history that sometimes distracts from what is currently happening. 

10 Days Left to Donate to Razorcake

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DID YOU KNOW: if you donate $75, we'll give a skate deck to a local kid! 
It's okay, that's not the art they'll get. All this and more in this year's donation drive!

23 Days Left to Donate to Razorcake

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Zine robot is fueled by your donations.  
Just twenty-three days left to help keep him running.

Razorcake #89 Now Available
Featuring: Total Control, Nervosas, The Slits, and Jake Smith, Part 2
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“…it falls to us as punks and as reasonable, curious people, to seek out 
the histories that aren’t readily available.” 

New White Murder LP Out Now!
Split Release Between Recess and Razorcake
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Save yourself, with yourself, from yourself.

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