Tag: nirvana

The Greatest Bootlegs Ever, Vol. 1

Ah, the bootleg. That hiterto unheard-of piece of arcane musicalia for millennials born into an age with torrents, Spotify and every other file-sharing platform that makes loving music so little hard work now. Back in the day, it was all…

ALBUM REVIEW: Pissed Jeans ‘Shallow’ Re-Issue

Rating: Ever been so angry you’ve wanted to scream until your lungs fall out? How about so angry that you feel like destroying anything and everything in your path, including that priceless Picasso you’ve seen hanging in the local museum?…

Best of YouTube: Kim Gordon

“I wanna know the exact dimensions of hell”, Kim Gordon sang on Sonic Youth’s 1988 album Daydream Nation. Visual artist, musician, fashion icon and inspiration for generations of teenage girls, there’s plenty to say about the no wave queen, so…

ALL TALK: WHAT HAS BEEN THE GREATEST YEAR FOR MUSIC?

This month we invited our writers to get all wistful and nostalgic and cast their eyes and ears over their record collections/iTunes folders, dig out their old ticket stubs and tell us what has been the greatest year for music within…

Our Memories Of Kurt Cobain: Twenty Years On.

Although he may not have approved of us all fawning over his death and pining for his return twenty years later, I’m sure Kurt Cobain would forgive us for obsessing over his music, in the way that he did about…

Nominees announced 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Peter Gabriel, Nirvana and The Replacements have appeared on the shortlist for America’s 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Amongst the other less than inspiring choices are Kiss, LL Cool J and Deep Purple, who have all been nominated…

Nirvana – 20 years of IN UTERO

In the PR and marketing obsessed world that is the music industry there is one method which has proven again and again to be a winner in the crowd approval and popularity steaks. And that method? Death. Yep, as drastic…