Videos of Dave Grohl on the Late Show with David Letterman. Including Dave’s interview (Dave on Dave action) and a live performance featuring Stevie Nicks on vocals!
Sub Pop founder Bruce Pavitt has unearthed dozens of previously unseen pictures of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana during the band’s fateful 1989 European tour in a very cool new e-book.
Lil Wayne photoshops himself into the classic Nirvana album cover, Nevermind. Fans of the band are not amused.
Kurt Cobain, (February 20, 1967 – April 5, 1994) was musically influenced by the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Aerosmith, Queen, KISS and the Pixies. Each of his songs was inspired by an experience, […]
[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Nirvana[/lastfm]‘s ‘Nevermind’ album celebrated it’s 20th birthday this past weekend. The album’s producer, Butch Vig said in a recent interview that “Song in D” is from the Nevermind recording sessions but has no lyrics…
[pullquote quote="I like (Milk It) because it is a...rip off of a song I wrote..." credit="Buzz Osbourne"]Last week, the music world collectively took a moment to consider the immeasurable cultural impact of Nevermind. Released twenty […]
In honor of the 20th anniversary of the release of [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Nirvana[/lastfm]‘s landmark album Nevermind (Sept. 24, 1991), we’ve assembled a collection of audio clips with quotes from Nirvana, along with a gallery of great […]
Tracing the beginnings of the grunge scene, which inadvertently turned into a national movement of music, lifestyle, and fashion, is like trying to find the Space Needle in a haystack. That is to say, it […]
Kings of the grunge scene, both Nirvana and Pearl Jam are marking twenty years since the respective releases of their seminal albums. Nevermind and Ten have made it two decades in the rock pantheon, so […]
The instrumental band [mp3com-artist]Pelican[/mp3com-artist] may not be a household name, but they do leave in impression. The Chicago group weaves sonic tapestries in the post-metal fashion, but shows little patience for the genre’s largely ponderous […]