September 11th, 2014


A small show by the seaside - it reminded me of The Who being in Brighton looking out over the sea, “Nothing is planned by the sea and the sand”. It made me want to go and play Quadrophenia. The Foo Fighters playing as The Holy Shits. It was hot and I mean steam room Bikram hot. Pat Smear and I shared his bottle of champagne which he handed me in between songs. The Foos played for more than two hours just like The Who. I drove home soaking wet…

PS Great show!

By Ross Halfin 

August 18th, 2014


Day: 1134

Shirt: Mudhoney - Stimulates Ecstacy

Color:  White

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. 

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August 13th, 2014


Originally created as a map home for wayfaring #SubPop employees w/ poor senses of direction, we decided that this graphic would make an excellent t-shirt. Get yours at the following internet destination: (at

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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.

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July 2nd, 2014

Joel McHale rocks the backwards baseball cap/Alice in Chains T-shirt combo in the new horror flick Deliver Us from Evil. BuzzFeed says he’s the best part of the movie.

Related: McHale’s celebrity grunge playlist, featuring AIC’s “Man in the Box” and more.

April 7th, 2014


We have a new shirt we’re bringing into the Store! The Nirvana Flowers Top. Order it here.

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January 30th, 2014



Day: 827
Shirt: Sub Pop - I Love Payola
Color:  white
Brand: Oneita Power T
Source: Who doesn’t  really.   Payola even sounds fun.  it sounds like winning the lottery, and in an old school way it might have been, depending on how poor you were.  

I am very fond of this label.  I have known people and worked with in some way or another with them since 1998 and not once have a ever encountered an employee there who is a dick.  people hardly ever quit, they always either just got promoted or moved on to other passions in their life and that really speaks bundles for the label.  I’m sure they aren’t giving away cars to keep employees there but they do dish out plenty of self respect.  which to me is job requirement #1 when looking.  i don’t wanna ask someone to do a job that i wouldn’t do myself.  i wanna be proud of the artists i work with, even if i am not a fan of the music per-say but i want to respect them as artists at least.  I want to be in great company with other people i work with, and i want to be just as inspired by each one of them as i am in the company as a whole.  

Not to mention that Mark Arm from Mudhoney is the shipping Manager there so every piece of mail from Sub Pop comes shipped with his name on it.  

that sounds like it impossible and it doesn’t exist, but Sub Pop is proof.  Great people doing a great job with great artists all doing things they love with people they respect.   thanks for being a really fucking great label for 25 years.  you guys rule.  

Im almost oging to go as far as saying that if you have ever met a dick there you yourself are probably a bigger dick that you think.  

Some very kind words about Sub Pop from The Minor Thread. We should really reissue this shirt.

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January 8th, 2014


What do you wear when you’re listening to the latest vinyl reissue of Beat Happening’s Black Candy [KLP006]? This matching tee, perhaps?

The Beat Happening Black Candy Shirt is available now through the K Mail Order Department! Sizes XS-XXL; get ‘em while they’re hot!

PS: Check this vintage pic of Krist Novoselic (Nirvana):

December 6th, 2013


New Mudhoney “Touch Me I’m Sick” t-shirt available at #GrungeGifts

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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.