To celebrate the release of Michael Levine’s new Grunge retrospective (the aptly named Grunge), Rolling Stone Magazine is featuring a series of rare late eighties photos from the book. Check out the above link for the full photo series.
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Carrie Brownstein writes, “KARP were one of the greatest bands to ever come out of Olympia, Wash. In fact, they were one of the great bands, period.” Here is a sneak preview of an upcoming documentary film currently in the works:
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Don’t have an elaborate costume party planned for Saturday? Don’t fret; the Seattle Times has a guide to Halloween fun around Seattle. Times’ writer Jonathan Zwickel writes, “For the dark-n-artsy, a few real-deal Halloween spook shows happen around Seattle on All Hallows; these will end up being strange and unsettling and maybe a little scary. Several high-octane rock tributes play to those seeking a costumed, boozy goof.” Check out the above link for a full listing of events.
Google Inc. started out 13 years ago as a simple search engine, but it has grown into a behemoth that has shaken up dozens of industries, including computers and cell phones. On Wednesday, it jumped into the music industry. The Mountain View, Calif., Internet giant unveiled a music search feature that lets users play millions of songs for free with an option to buy or rent them from several online music stores. Although not a direct threat to Apple Inc.’s hugely popular iTunes store, the new feature is expected to bolster the music services that compete with iTunes. Read more at the above link.
Filed under: Music | Tags: bleach, jack endino, Krist Novoselic, Nirvana, seattle weekly, sub pop
To celebrate Sub Pop’s rerelease of Nirvana’s debut album the Seattle Weekly has gathered interviews and first-hand accounts of Grunge’s baby steps. This includes pieces from Nirvana bassist, Krist Novoselic, the producer who recorded the album, Jack Endino and much more. For the full series, follow the above link.