In all honesty this site wouldn’t exist without the grunge music of Seattle and it’s unintentional spokesperson, Kurt Cobain of Nirvana. Like many other sites today we reflect on the past 20 years since his tragic death. So much has changed in the realm of rock music since ’94. You could almost say it’s impact … Continue reading 20 Years after Kurt Cobain…
What feeds you? Hopefully this crop of images. images via tumblr Continue reading Inspiration | Feed the Soul.
Probably one of my favorite Nirvana moments ever…even though Dave Grohl was missing =( Continue reading Short and Sweet…
This mix is inspired by the heavy sounds that have been surging through my musical life the past few weeks. I’ve been spending my down time from fashion shooting this great band called reVolt, and their song “Public Enemy” is fast becoming one of the most played songs on my iPod. The cover photo of this … Continue reading Fashion Grunge Mixtape #38: What Are We Doing Here
Since the 20th Anniversary edition of Nirvana’s last album, In Utero is released on Tuesday it’s only fitting to mention another important figure in the grunge scene. Nirvana’s co-founder and bassist, Krist Novoselic. We are so accustomed to hearing about Kurt and Dave that often he gets overlooked. Being the oldest member of Nirvana he … Continue reading Menswear Monday : Krist Novoselic
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 … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Foo Fighters- Self Titled Album
Growing up SPIN Magazine was just as, if not more important than Rolling Stone in my world. I remember vividly going to the store and getting the latest in alternative news. Last December they announced the end of their print run after 27 years to focus more on their digital properties. It makes me sad … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: SPIN Magazine Covers