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AQUARIUM by Martin Sorrondeguy

MRR Radio #1579 • 10/15/17

Strace and Strayla vote MITCH CARDWELL for President of Punk.  Intro song: AQUARIUM - Human Current Sounds from the New Bins MR. WRONG - ...

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Secreto Público

MRR Radio #1578 • 10/8/17

Matt is joined by Ben and Claudia for just another hour of the best new punk and hardcore worldwide! Intro ...

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Maximum Rocknroll #414 • Nov 2017

Are y'all ready for Maximum Rocknroll #414? Our November 2017 issue will teach you a thing or two all about ...

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Flipper rules, OK?

MRR Radio #1577 • 10/1/17

Phillip Greenlief spent an afternoon in the stacks. This is what he came up with. BAD RELIGION - You Are the ...

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Jackal (photo by Zack Rogers)

New Blood! ESCØRT, WITCHTRIAL, JACKAL, VANTA, and UNIVERSAL PEACE

“New Blood” is our weekly feature spotlighting new bands from around the world! See below for info on how to submit. Now, ...

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MAXIMUMROCKNROLL #310 • March 2009


February 15th, 2009 by

310 coverThe Punk Health Issue, plus the Top Ten of 2008. The March issue, is our much-anticipated annual year-end top ten edition, in which our many reviewers and contributors discuss the music that mattered the most in 2008! It is also the first part in a series covering the debacle of health care in America, dedicated to the memory of longtime contributor and Bay Area musician Lance Hahn. The cover art, a portrait of Lance, is a collaboration between Tim Kerr of the BIG BOYS, and renowned skate artist Rich Jacobs. A wide range of punks contributed, on subjects ranging from getting shot in the face, to finding a lump in your breast, and not having any insurance. There are pieces on finding out you have a terminal disease, coping with STDs, using drugs, getting clean, getting a vasectomy, curing a stomach condition through fermented foods, and a piece by Fat Bob of South London’s own HARD SKIN on why crusties should wash! There are pieces by punk doctors, punk nurses and nursing school drop-outs… And all the usual columns and the most extensive review section in punk rock.

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