Mudhoney play “Here Comes Sickness” at the Riot Room in Kansas City, Sept. 13, 2014.
Shirt: Mudhoney - Stimulates Ecstacy
Brand: Oneita Power T
Source: im not ashamed to admit it. i never listened to Mudhoney that much as a kid. I’m mean i listened to it but i didn’t hear it.
I had records and listened to them, but much like the White Men Cant Jump scene i felt like i wasn’t HEARING Mudhoney. i say that because when i listen to them now i enjoy it way more. i find parts in it that are so iconic and sound masterful i can’t believe i didn’t notice them before. It just goes to show that you can always return to music that you know is good but didn’t either gel with or appreciate as much as you could’ve.
Respect the Mudhoney. they are fucking good.
Thrown Epps play ‘Mohawk Man’ live at the Central Tavern 7/24/2014
Mark on drums.
The Thrown Epps (members of early Seattle scene bands the Thrown Ups and Mr. Epp and the Calculations) play Mr. Epp’s hit “Mohawk Man.” That’s Mark Arm of Mudhoney on drums.
Thursday July 24th, 2014
Thursday night cram is a unique blend of bands crammed to together to make one band.
Join us for this edition featuring The Thrown Epps. The Thrown Epps feature members of The Thrown Ups and Mr. Epp.
John Leighton Beezer
PLUS special guests
Free show!!!! Bring money for beer to support the rebirth of Scrunge!!
at the Central
207 1st Ave S, Seattle, Washington 98104
(reblogged on 07/23/2014)
Mudhoney’s Mark Arm rocks out to Black Sabbath with a rescue dog named Buddy.
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?