Crescendo’s Unless | Track by Track

During this new year I’ve decided to rekindle my love for music. Long story short there will be a lot more music features here on the site which leads me to an album review of the Los Angeles dream-pop band Crescendo‘s second release, Unless. You may remember that I interviewed and shot them for a feature…

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Throwback Thursday: Temple of the Dog

Temple of the Dog is probably one of my favorite bands from the 90s. Aside from “Hunger Strike” being my go-to karaoke song in any situation,  they were such a great band that only had one album in the early 90s. It’s pretty much  a grunge supergroup with Chris Cornell and Eddie Vedder with future…

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Throwback Thursday : Stone Temple Pilots -Core

There are few debut albums these days have had as much of an impact on me as those of the 90s. Maybe it’s that sense of nostalgia that leads my mind astray but it seems that for a while there were bands popping up all over the radio that had stellar debuts. Which brings me…

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Throwback Thursday: Foo Fighters- Self Titled Album

  The debut album by the Foo Fighters is probably one of the most sentimental albums of my adolescence. After Kurt’s death and the dissolution of the “grunge” genre I remember thinking what next? I think the entire music industry was curious as to what was going to happen after such a tragic end to…

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Throwback Thursday: Pavement’s Slanted and Enchanted

There really is nothing more exciting than a debut album. It’s the first foray into a new band and you really get a sense of their thought process when trying to convey their sound. In 1992 while grunge was taking over the the airwaves, a new genre was just beginning to get off the ground….

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Having a chat with Singer Songwriter Gunnar Jónsson

It’s no secret that I have an obsession with Iceland. Probably because it was the first country I traveled to outside of the U.S. It’s almost become a barometer when I travel abroad. To say that it is a magical and unique place is quite the understatement. Apart from the mainstream acts like Björk and…

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Throwback Thursday: Pearl Jam’s “Ten”

  One of the most pivotal albums in rock but more specifically the “grunge” rock era of music. ‘Ten” was Pearl Jam’s debut studio release and essentially it’s beautiful from beginning to end. Not only did Vedder & Co. produce a stellar album out of the gate, but 20 years later it’s still considered one…

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“Resurgence of Grunge” by Lindsey Propst

A few months ago we put out the word for contributors to join the fashiongrunge.com team. Since we are gearing up to start a print magazine, it’s time to add some new blood to the site. I feel it’s always better when you involve a community of sorts. That’s really what we have become here…

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Throwback Thursday : Hole’s “Live Through This”

In the last half of 1993 Hole recorded their second studio album, Live Through This. While I have a love/ hate relationship with Courtney Love, I often remind myself that the media has a tendency to warp reality and only allow you to see what they would like you to. When it comes down to…

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