This is a shirt that I designed that Wavves printed for the tour that they are either on now or just finished. This is a very Tumblr oriented shirt. I was told that these are selling really well and that they’ve already had to reprint them.
If you can’t tell, it’s Charles Barkley and Nirvana from when they were on SNL together. The drawing is based on the promo they did for the episode and the text is something Barkley said during the promo.
They printed it really nicely with discharge ink so it doesn’t sit on top of the shirt like plastic based inks but is really thin and doesn’t change the texture of the fabric.
Spin: On the 20th anniversary of their iconic 1993 breakthrough, now reissued as an expanded package titled ‘LSXX,’ the Breeders’ definitive lineup reunites and AMANDA PETRUSICH dives in, talking with all the key players and supporters who helped make ‘Last Splash’ one of the most exhilarating albums of the decade. [Link]
My friend David Peisner wrote this for Spin: Let It Bleed: The Oral History of PJ Harvey’s ‘Rid of Me’ The unblinking story of how inter-band tension spawned a rubbed-raw masterpiece and influenced Nirvana
The Seattle Times: Grunge producer Jack Endino steps out of the studio
Is there an act [Endino] hasn’t produced that he would like to work with?
“Pearl Jam,” he says, pausing for effect. “But I don’t think they need me.”
Rise Against cover Nirvana’s “Sliver” for the Onion A.V. Club in 2010.
“I met Neil Peart for the first time at rehearsal. This man was as influential to me as any religion. And he said, ‘So nice to meet you, can I make you a coffee?’ And he made me a coffee. Later on that night, I went to dinner and had a couple glasses of wine and I started fucking crying, because my hero made me a coffee.” - Dave Grohl shares his biggest moment from last night’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony