In going through the icons of 90s past I was surprised that I hadn’t mentioned Hole bassist, Kristen Pfaff. While she was only in the band for a short time, she played and sung backup on their most critically acclaimed album, Live Through This. She was a friend of Kurt Cobain and much of the … Continue reading Fallen Icon : Kristen Pfaff
It’s been a while. Here are some tunes to get your weekend started.
I like to zone out at night. The tempo of my music changes, and I begin to shut down for the day. This is a selection of tunes that I like to read to, sleep to, and all together chill out to. http://www.mixcloud.com/fashiongrunge/fashion-grunge-mixtape-28-late-in-the-day/ Tracklisting: Cowboy Junkies- Sweet Jane The Cure- Six Different Ways Nirvana- Polly … Continue reading Fashion Grunge Friday Mixtape #28: Late in the Day
By Dana Ionato, beauty contributor Nothing looks worse than a greasy crayon, especially when your a walking study like Courtney Love. Her look of bleached out hair, bright red lips, and dark eyeliner has been in and out of trend for a decade. Its unique, and sexy. Mysteriously makes people wonder if your a … Continue reading Beauty File: Courtney Love by Dana Ionato
This week’s mix comes from Jacob: – “Schools ending, you graduated, you dropped out. You have a degree your living your dreams? This playlist is hopefully a walk through for everyones thoughts on this subject. Some things begin and others end.” Tracklisting: Radical Face-Doorways Elefant- Bokkie Cass McCombs- Sacred Heart Broken Bells- Mongrel … Continue reading Fashion Grunge Friday Mixtape #27: Salutatorian (Second Best)
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 … Continue reading Throwback Thursday : Hole’s “Live Through This”
About a year ago I wrote an article for Fickle Magazine on the riot grrrl movement and how it still affects my life 20 years later. The movement came about in the mid 80s, and began with the feminist ideals that girls could be punk rockers too. Bands like Bikini Kill, Sleater-Kinney, and other all … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Riot Grrrl Movement!