The film Brett Morgen made for HBO is the best Kurt Cobain film to date.
Details for the upcoming “Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck – The Home Recordings” release finally have been coming out.
An experience and a damn interesting release according to Pim.
We’re giving away 2 Kurt Cobain – Montage Of Heck – The Home Recordings Deluxe Editions.
While Nirvana had plenty of punk songs, attitude wise they were definitely more punkrock than your average punk / hardcore band.
Holed up all week at God City Studios with Kurt Ballou engineering their forthcoming Deathwish debut LP.
This Routine Is Hell will be recording with Kurt Ballou, followed by a US tour.
Pim went to the Melkweg to check out the Nirvana – Live And Loud screening.
2015 is over. Browse through our yearlists and be ready to discover some great albums…
[b]Releases (in no particular order)[/b] Beach Slang – The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us Kurt Cobain – Montage Of Heck: The Home Recordings Into Another – Omens Turnstile – Nonstop Feeling Muse – Drones (mainly in here because of that Psycho song) [b]Best show[/b] Off With Their Heads @ Winstom, … Continue reading
Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear playing with Paul McCartney at the Hurricane Sandy charity concert in New York.
Probably for the Sound City documentary. In other news: Kurt Cobain was recording a solo album at the time of his death.
My favorite record ever got the reissue it deserved.
A chat with Staffan Snitting. Talking about life, his bands, straight edge, zines and euh… So You Think You Can Dance and Glee…
Emailed this out last week but never did my messageboard rounds, so here we go … GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS AND MAILORDER LABEL AND WEBSTORE UPDATE – 08.09.13 Hello! It’s been a little while since you’ve heard from me (and over a month since my last proper Webstore Update), so as always I’m going to try … Continue reading GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS / Label and Webstore Update 8.14.13
Even with all the expectations I had, it impressed the hell out of me.
The Static Age will re-release their debut album “Neon Nights Electric Lives” on vinyl for the first time via Highwires.
A Heavy metal star who collects macabre things… Sounds like Kurt Cobain to me 😉