“He wrote to every major, minor label: ‘We’ll pay. Let us be on your label.’ He was desperate to be the biggest rock star in the world. But he made it look like it was thrust upon him.”
Out of nowhere, I remembered Ned’s Atomic Dustbin. I loved Ned’s back in the day. In fact, they played one of my favorite HFStivals of all time in 1993.
Former Hole Guitarist, Eric Erlandson, On His New Book About Kurt Cobain, Tragedy Of Suicide And 90’s Legacy
[pullquote quote="Courtney turned me on to the Buddhism that I actually practice now." credit="Eric Erlandson "]“Like poetry shedding its prose, a carnation becoming a rose, this sequence of elegies now comes to a close. No […]
The 90’s was an important decade for music. Yes, the first movement that comes to mind is grunge. But that was only the spice. Yes, it was powerful spice, but it was just that. The […]
[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 […]