Slick Shoes (Tooth & Nail). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Various Artists (BYO). Review by Rob Walsh.
An American Paradox (Fat). Review by Stein Haukland.
Dual (Sonic Unyon). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Cheap Trinkets (TKO). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
BYO Split Series Volume III (BYO). Review by Julio Diaz.
Live in a Dive (Fat). Review by Eric J. Iannelli.
Home From Home (Epitaph). Review by Margie Libling.
Less Hits, More Tits (Hopeless). Review by Liza Hearon.
Live in a Dive (Fat). Review by Daniel L. Mitchell.
Twenty years after founding the Better Youth Organization, Mark and Shawn Stern are still running their pioneering DIY label. They get to surf in Hawaii, bowl with Rancid and be their own bosses. Brian Broccoli pays a visit to the Stern Brothers, who will keep their day jobs.
Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (MCA). Review by Julio Diaz.
Who else but Pennywise could get a song called “Fuck Authority” on the radio, and still have the punk rock muscle to back up the message? Kiran Aditham talks about politics – both in the world at large and in the music industry – with guitarist Fletcher Dragge.
Yeah, there’s a million punk bands in southern California, but Strung Out have a little more to offer than the same old three-chord crunch. Liza Hearon talks with singer Jason Cruz.
Warped Tour highlights from the Cental Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando, FL on July 30, 2000, including Unwritten Law, Suicide Machines, Snapcase, MxPx, and NOFX. Event review and photos by Jen Lato.
Nerds of the world, unite! Nerf Herder are here to take Nerd Core to new heights! Julio Diaz corresponds with frontman Parry Grip about Star Wars, punk rock, Jonathan Richman, and all thigs nerdly.
So Long, and Thanks for All the Shoes (Epitaph). Review by Brian Shelley
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