The story of 2013's wild-haired teenage pop phenomenon has more than a few parallels with the 1991 emergence of grunge kingpins Nirvana, but recast for the millennial age.
Tomorrow, 12/7, is the official release of Sub Pop co-founder Bruce Pavitt’s excellent new book EXPERIENCING NIRVANA: Grunge in Europe, 1989 at Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery, from 6-8 pm. “Part rock and roll travelogue and part voyeuristic pop ...
BingeNinja New Release, "The Dead Artisan, The New Artist" (Self-Destruction for Re-Invention)By Al BrutingThe theme to listen for in this release is the true artistic voice coming through and learning so stand on its own.
Review: 'The Punk Singer' A Passionate Portrait Of Bikini Kill Singer & Riot Grrrl Founder Kathleen Hanna
1991 was the year punk broke, bringing Sonic Youth, Nirvana and their contemporaries hurtling into the mainstream, but unless you were plugged into the still vibrant underground, going to house shows, basement gigs or concerts in unlikely venues ...
The KISS Army is making itself heard, loud and clear.
God Is Dead? and 13 are shortlisted alongside Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, Paul McCartney and the Rolling Stones
In June 1989, Sub Pop Records rented out the Moore Theatre in Seattle to showcase three of its up-and-coming bands: Mudhoney, Tad and Nirvana. The manager sent security home early because he didn’t think anyone would show up. ...
Ex-Twin Citian Kelley Deal talks about the alt-rock icons’ 20th anniversary reunion tour (but not her sister’s other band).
Metal has a bad rep, but these songs will show you there's more to it than screaming