I can’t tell you [what network reality show I’m doing], but it’s a really big one. Your mind’s gonna boggle…. It’s tasteful. You know, it took them 15 years to convince me to do this shit, and I finally said yes…. I will tell you this: It’s hilarious. That’s all I can tell you…. Actually, as much as it’s, like, a shocker, it’s also going to clean up the garbage about, you know, who I am to some extent. I mean, the deal is sort of made, and I didn’t really have a choice, and I was like, ‘Never say never.’ That’s all I can tell you. It’s not a proper network show. It’s not like some VH1 show, you know. It’s not—I’m not looking for love. Let’s put it that way.
Watch highlights of Courtney Love's Howard Stern appearance this morning.
Arguably not for the casual Mudhoney fan, this single will appeal to the Mudhoney completist we should all aspire to become. Up for pre-order at SubPop.com. (at Sub Pop HQ)
"New World Charm" was recorded during the Vanishing Point sessions. The B-sides are “Swimming in Beer” and “The Swimming in Beer Blues,” different versions of the theme song Mudhoney wrote for the short-lived Discovery Channel series Brew Masters. Out May 7. (More info here.)
I ♥ robots! Here are a couple of short pieces I did for the last two issues of Wired.
Contestants Lindsey Pavao and Lee Koch duetted on Nirvana’s “Heart-Shaped Box” on The Voice last night. Adam Levine’s verdict: “Delightfully creepy.” Question I already know the answer to but I’ll ask anyway: What did you think?
I said, ‘Whatever you do, don’t go see a doctor. They will give you pain meds and you’re an opiate addict. That will be a disaster.’ [Mike Starr] said he was listening to me but obviously he wasn’t.