Watch Nirvana Members Reunite, Joined By Beck & St. Vincent In Los Angeles

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The surviving members of Nirvana reunited on Saturday night at the Art Of Elysium Gala in Los Angeles. The performance featured Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, and Pat Smear playing a five-song set. The last time the three of them played together was in 2018. They were joined by some special guest … More »

Hear R.E.M.’s New Remix Of Kurt Cobain Tribute “Let Me In”

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MonsterR.E.M.’s divisive Monster just turned 25, and to celebrate the occasion, the band are reissuing the album in a big six-disc anniversary box set. That includes the original album, a live album of a 1995 performance in Chicago, a bunch of previously unreleased demos, and remixed versions of every song on … More »

Kurt Cobain And Courtney Love’s Former Seattle Home For Sale

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Kurt-Cobain-Courtney-LoveIt’s hard to think of a good reason why you’d want to own the house where Kurt Cobain died, but at least theoretically, you can do it now. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports that the Queen Anne-style house that Cobain and Love bought in January of 1994 — just four months before Cobain died … More »

SHAED’s “Trampoline” Is The Latest Pop Hit Smuggled Through Rock Radio

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SHAEDBecause my car is not new or fancy enough to display song titles and artist names when I listen to the radio, I sometimes find myself Shazam-ing while driving. Most recently, while blaring my local Top 40 station, I encountered a minimalist electronic pop song accented with finger snaps, sighing background harmonies, occasional outbursts of … More »

Seattle Record Store Discovers Kurt Cobain Royalty Check From 1991

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Twenty-eight years after the release of Nirvana’s Nevermind, fans are still discovering new secrets left behind in the album’s wake. A Seattle record store owner recently uncovered an uncashed royalty check written to Kurt Cobain six months before Nirvana’s landmark album ever hit record store shelves nationwide, CNN reports. Easy Street Records owner … More »

Lil Nas X – “Panini”

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Lil-Nas-XLil Nas X is, of course, the force between “Old Town Road,” the unstoppable pop juggernaut that has been the #1 single in America these past 11 weeks. Tonight, Lil Nas X will release 7, his debut EP. And today, he’s shared another track from that EP. It’s called “Panini,” and … More »

Kurt Cobain’s “Corporate Magazines Still Suck” Shirt Becomes $550 Designer Tee

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VetementsStruggling to reconcile your disdain for the establishment with your affinity for designer clothing? Wishing you could express both with a single garment? Fret no longer! Rolling Stone reports that the Parisian design collective and fashion label Vetements is now selling an “Oversized Printed Cotton-Jersey T-Shirt” that rips off the More »

Suicide, Mental Illness, & Music 25 Years After Kurt Cobain’s Death

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Shortly after the 2017 suicides of Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell and Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington, the air was thick with talk of clinical depression, artists and writers using their platforms to reassert that this illness is debilitating, serious and real. More »

Kurt Cobain’s Reading Festival Hospital Gown Is For Sale

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Kurt CobainKurt Cobain’s hospital gown from Nirvana’s performance at Reading Festival in 1992 is up for auction. Fans with copious amounts of disposable income can bid on this dark bit of Cobain lore until 3/14 here. Amid rumors surrounding his health, Cobain famously took the Reading Fest stage while wearing the gown, seated in … More »

Kurt Cobain Offers His Thoughts On Rap Music In Unreleased 1991 Interview

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Kurt CobainA lost Kurt Cobain radio interview has been unearthed and posted in its uncut form to the Bandcamp of the Ontarian band Dead City Beat. It was recorded in Toronto while Nirvana was on tour there. Roberto LoRusso, the leader of DCB, was responsible for the interview — he was 21 at the … More »