July 22nd, 2014


King Buzzo at the Shakedown on June 21st 2014

King Buzzo at the Shakedown on June 21st 2014

King Buzzo at the Shakedown in Bellingham, WA on June 21, 2014

Photos by Matt Koroulis
Camera: Pentax ZX-60
Film: Kodak Tmax 400 Black & White 35mm
Developed and scanned at Panda Lab in Seattle.

(posted 07/22/2014)

Reblogged from Seattle Noir
July 22nd, 2014

Eddie Vedder duets with Cat Power on “You Belong to Me” and covers Neil Young's “Needle and the Damage Done” unaccompanied last weekend at Portugal's Super Bock Super Rock festival. (Skip to 3:00 mark.)

July 21st, 2014

L7 cover Blue Öyster Cult’s “This Ain’t the Summer of Love” (from the I Know What You Did Last Summer soundtrack).

July 21st, 2014

Watch the Melvins’ King Buzzo perform “Dark Brown Teeth” in the New York City subway.

July 21st, 2014
Thank you Eddie Vedder for speaking up for peace in our world…. The people of Palestine and Israel deserve peace and prosperity. It is time to stop repeating the same old arguments, dogma and hate speech. It is the knuckleheads on both sides that should be criticized and not the singer from a rock band.
Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic voices his support for Eddie Vedder and the singer’s recent anti-war comments
July 20th, 2014


You wanted this shirt back in stock, and so now it’s available in various sizes! You can click here and order the ‘Seahorse’ Nirvana tee.

Reblogged from
July 20th, 2014


Eddie Vedder covered John Lennon’s “Imagine” for the first time ever. Check out the performance here.

Watch Eddie Vedder address the controversy over his recent anti-war remarks before performing John Lennon’s “Imagine” in Portugal Friday.

Reblogged from Consequence of Sound
July 20th, 2014

Happy 50th birthday, Chris Cornell! (And happy 48th to his Temple of the Dog bandmate Stone Gossard!)

July 20th, 2014


Mark, Ed, Dan and Matt.

Pic by Duncan Sharp

Eddie Vedder with three-quarters of Mudhoney.

Reblogged from Mudhoney
July 19th, 2014


Seattle photographer Lance Mercer has captured some truly gorgeous photos throughout the years of musicians from all walks of life. From the official photographer for Pearl Jam in the 90’s to Beck, from The President of the Unites States to the chapter breaks in grunge-rock memoir by Danny BlandIn Case We Die, drama and action and life ooze from shots. Recently, our friend Lance was diagnosed with lymphoma. The doctors caught it early, he’s been through chemo treatment but as with most freelancers, the medical bills are rather weighty. Lance’s family created a GoFundMe account to help cover the bills, that are still totalling up. Check out his story over at the site and send a few dollars his way. ‘Cuz fuck cancer.

July 19th, 2014
I intentionally broke one guitar, a baby​-​blue Hagstrom III I got for $80, and regretted it within seconds of watching it splinter apart. I never understood why Nirvana almost always ended their shows by destroying gear. It was such a waste. If you don’t want that guitar, give it to someone who does. That shit got really goofy during the grunge years. L7′s roadie used to remove the mics from the drum kit at the end of their set so they could smash it up without getting fined by the venue for destroying their mics. How fucking spontaneous, right?
Mudhoney’s Mark Arm talks to Pissed Jeans’ Matt Korvette
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