The art of Ratgrinder, aka Jaime Abrahamson, screams out and fights against human suffering. Something about the lines in his artwork rebels against the system with each stroke of his pen. When you look at his work, you know for a fact that this human has been a part of
When it comes to doing things your own way, CRUCIAL BLAST is at the forefront. You can count on this label to always push whatever they do to the outer limits. From day one, we have had nothing but respect for the creative vision of CRUCIAL BLAST, because we know
For better or for worse, the image of the skinhead defines a big part of what many in mass culture see as 1980s UK punk. But like so many subcultures (if not all of them), it is so much more complex than its stereotype, full of subcultures of its own.
Neon Knights is a fragmented cumming of age memoir and a guided tour of the heroes, villains, back-alleys and basements of nowheresville suburbia. From a close encounter with a trench-coat pedophile in a McDonald’s PlayLand, through a B-movie-scarred early development, to sexual misadventures in crowded movie theatres, hardcore shows, family
As we go about our lives, we are constantly surrounded by images of all kinds. During the 90’s, when I would pass newsstands one magazine always caught my eye, and that was RAY GUN. What attracted me to this publication was it’s crazy fucking covers that were full of chaotic
Who is Max G. Morton? There’s a surprising dearth of information online about this writer and publisher; a Google search yields about two articles, while in comparison, an eBay search usually shows up one or more of his books going for upwards of two hundred bucks each. So who the