July 23rd, 2014
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 2nd, 2014

“Nothing happened in my childhood—no trauma or anything. I just had a genetic disposition toward things that were horrible.”

Read John Wray’s excellent profile of Nick Cave in the New York Times Magazine. (Photo: Richard Learoyd)

June 5th, 2014

The worst case scenario would be someone that didn’t speak the language, so we couldn’t really tell what they were doing. But immediately the locks go down. And it smells. We ride one block, and they turn around and blow both our heads off.”

Needless to say, this scenario didn’t play out when I went hitchhiking with John Waters in NYC.

May 8th, 2014

There’s a Soundgarden documentary in the works, from the team behind Super Duper Alice Cooper. Says co-director Reginald Harkema:

“We’re going to concentrate on [the ’90s] era mostly. It’ll probably be like 70 to 75 percent mid-’80s to the breakup, and then catch up on the reunion and the present day. We’d like to shoot some big special concert, and maybe use that as a structural spine. We’re going to shoot all the interviews so they’re more on-camera, so you can kind of get the emotion in the faces. There’s a lot of stuff that they went through, and a lot of stuff that they [shrug off], that I think we can dig deep underneath, and get back to how they felt emotionally at the time.”

April 24th, 2014


Family, cult, gang, garage band; Girl Trouble has been perceived as all of these things. Strictly Sacred is the intensely personal account of the group’s 30 years in the Northwest music scene. Hailing from the depressed city of Tacoma Washington, the band developed a unique brand of infectious garage dance music which they soon brought to Olympia, Seattle, and the other surrounding territories. Bon Von Wheelie (drums), The Big Kahuna (guitar), Dale Phillips (bass), and K.P. Kendall (vocals) were soon courted by K records, Subpop, PopLlama, Empty, and Estrus. Alas, they have eluded fame since 1984.

Director Isaac Olsen is related to the band by blood and has used his unlimited resources to full, uncompromising effect to craft a documentary that gets closer to it’s subjects than any handful of Rock and Roll films. Featuring rare performances, home movies, and probing interviews with Calvin Jonhson, Neko Case, and Art Chantry. This is unfiltered Girl Trouble, up close and personal.

Stay up to date here- https://www.facebook.com/StrictlySacr…

Bon Henderson (Bon Von Whellie)- Drums
Bill Henderson (The Big Kahuna)- Guitar
Dale Phillips- Bass
Kurt (K.P.) Kendall- Vocals

Tim Olsen
Art Chantry
Calvin Johnson
Neko Case
Jimmy May
David Duet
Wade Neal
Granny Go-Go
Sam Olsen
Deb Olsen

…and a cast of thousands!

Also, check out the reissue of Girl Trouble’s Hit It Or Quit It [KLP229] in the K Mail Order Dept.!

April 9th, 2014


Weird and awesome Mudhoney/Rick Moranis fan art from the mind of @Shortcircuit2.

Reblogged from Sub Pop
April 8th, 2014



We are going on tour! The film is an hour and all screenings will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and some screenings have panel discussions. All screenings are free unless otherwise marked. Facebook events are hyperlinked on the date of the event. Join us!

April 12 Saturday Muskogee, OK
Bare Bones International Film & Music Festival 
OK Music Hall
3 PM
*Festival Tickets 

April 18 Friday Portland, OR 
Portland State University 
Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Student Colloquium
Smith Memorial Student Union Building
1 PM

April 19 Saturday Portland, OR
The Red and Black Cafe 
400 SE 12th Ave Portland, OR 97214
7 PM

April 23 Wednesday Seattle, WA
UW Odegaard Library 
Screening & Panel Discussion with filmmakers,
co-founders Zoe Abigail Bermet, Cristien Storm, and Home Alive volunteer Leah Gold
1: 30 PM

April 25 Friday Seattle, WA
EMP Pop Conference 
JBL Theatre
1 PM 

April 25 Friday Seattle, WA
Women Who Rock Un-Conference Washington Hall 153 14th Ave
Clips of film
5:30 PM

April 27 Sunday Boise, ID 
Event Marche 2809 W. Idaho St. 
Screening & Fundraiser
4:30 PM

May 1 Thursday Hamden, CT
The Outer Space 
295 Treadwell St 
8 PM 

May 2 Friday New Haven, CT
University of New Haven
Student Dining Room
Bartels Campus Center

May 4 Sunday Washington, DC
The Black Cat
1811 14th St NW
8:30 PM $8

May 7 Wednesday Boston, MA
The Democracy Center 
45 Mt Auburn St Harvard Square Cambridge, MA 02138  
6 PM $5

May 11 Sunday Pittsburg, PA
Girls Rock Pittsburg
Pittsburg Filmmakers’ Melwood Screening Room
477 Melwood Ave Pittsburg, PA 15213
5:30 PM

May 12 Monday Brooklyn, NY
Spectacle Theatre 
Screening & Panel Discussion with Laina Dawes (more updates to come)
124 S. 3rd St. (Near Bedford Ave)
7 PM $5

May 20 Tuesday Baltimore, MD
Breathe Books 
810 W 36th St # A Baltimore, MD 21211
6:30 PM

May 22 Thursday Annapolis, MD
Annapolis Bookstore
35 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, MD 21401
7 PM

May 23 Friday Brooklyn, NY
Spectacle Theatre 
Screening & Panel Discussion 
124 S. 3rd St. (Near Bedford Ave)
7 PM $5
Filmmakers will not be in attendance 

May 26 Monday Brooklyn, NY
Spectacle Theatre 
Screening & Panel Discussion 
124 S. 3rd St. (Near Bedford Ave)
7 PM $5
Filmmakers will not be in attendance

May 27 Tuesday Cleveland, OH
Mahall’s 20 Lanes
13200 Madison Avenue Lakewood, OH 44107
7 PM

Three Brooklyn screeningsnice!

Reblogged from
March 26th, 2014

Kurt Cobain, Elvis, Tupac, John Lennon and more dead celebs shill beer in this ad of questionable taste.

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Official Tumblr for Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge, a Time magazine book of the year. (Now in paperback; purchase info here.) The blog is run by the author, freelance writer/editor Mark Yarm; he is of no relation to Mark Arm of Mudhoney.