Move over Kurt Cobain, the sunglass realm has its eye (pun intended) on another pop cultural reference this season. We’ve already listed how The Matrix is influencing current fashion trends, but none seem to be more prevalent than those squinty-eyed facial ornaments donned by the film’s hard-as-nails cast. During our time in Tbilisi a few months back, […]
This is a 17 minute video of a relatively unheard of Nirvana in 1988 (at that time Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic and drummer Dale Crover) recording a music video in an empty RadioShack in Aberdeen, Washington. Coincidentally, it is also...Show More Summary
A twenty-year-old Kurt Cobain and bandmates take to a RadioShack to make a music video a year before the band’s first album. Creative life has always been tough for an ambitious young band without much money, but it’s definitely gotten easier in recent years. Read Full Story
An amazing time capsule of Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic, and initial Nirvana drummer Dale Crover as they created a lo-fi music video back in 1988, before anyone knew them. The guitars weren’t played live, but synced with an earlier demo recording. RIP Kurt (and RIP, RadioShack.)
Eugene is still in Hell, which sucks for him. In the source material, Eugene was a depressed teen who tried to kill himself after Kurt Cobain committed suicide. The same scenario wouldn’t work for the TV show, if only because the timelines...Show More Summary
UTA Artist Space announced its booth for this year?s Seattle Art Fair, featuring two neverbefore-seen paintings by Nirvana frontman and Seattle grunge legend Kurt Cobain. While obviously best known as a musician, Cobain experimentedShow More Summary
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The 2015 Kurt Cobain documentary Montage Of Heck featured a bunch of drawings from the late Nirvana frontman, and now two of his paintings will be exhibited at the Seattle Art Fair in August. The New York Times reports that the visual arts division of United Talent Agency, which represents Cobain's estate, will man a…
A Hollywood agency will bring two of Cobain’s paintings to his hometown for the Seattle Art Fair.
Designer: TAKAHIROMIYASHITATheSoloist Location: Paris, France Season: Spring/Summer 2018 Key Pieces: Oversized double-breasted blazers, pull-over silk shirts, music note-embroidered hoodies, tees, and thermals, sequined bootcut trousers, and rock-themed graphic tees. Show More Summary
Punk rock singer Courtney Love, the widow of Kurt Cobain, went after Leftist Muslim activist Linda Sarsour on Twitter Wednesday... The post Courtney Love Rips Linda Sarsour as ‘Vile Disgrace to Women’ and ‘Anti-American Fraud’ appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
It’s hard to believe but it’s been 23 years since the death of Kurt Cobain, and the photo of his arrest has made the rounds with the incorrect wording at the bottom of the photo. As a teenager, Kurt Cobain befriended a homosexual student at school, and suffered bullying from heterosexual students who concluded that Cobain was gay. Show More Summary
The one sunglass update for this summer are the white retro plastic frames. They have an oval-like shape with a Kurt Cobain throw back vibe and yes I’m partial to them. ACNE Studios led the way and others have started popping.. View Post The post The Sunglasses For Summer & Where To Get Them appeared first on Where Did U Get That.
THEY. are truly like no other artist in the game. Combining influences as diverse as Vampire Weekend, Kurt Cobain and Taking Back Sunday into a concoction of delectable R&B, THEY. manage to confound any expectation of genre. But music aside, who are THEY.? And how? And why? These questions, and many more, are pressed onto […]
Permanent Records is an ongoing closer look at the records that matter most. Kurt Cobain’s 1994 suicide left a giant hole in the rock world. The year before, Nirvana had released In Utero, which was on its way to becoming as seminal as the genre-altering Nevermind. Show More Summary
This article originally appeared in Vulture. Teens from the ’90s got a raw deal: We never settled into the idea that our heroes were built to last. The death of Kurt Cobain was a shock. Losing Tupac really hurt. We still feel the loss of Big and Pun. Show More Summary
Teens from the ’90s got a raw deal: We never settled into the idea that our heroes were built to last. The death of Kurt Cobain was a shock. Losing Tupac really hurt. We still feel the loss of Big and Pun. River Phoenix, Kristen Pfaff, Andy Wood, Eazy-E, and ... More »
Twenty years ago, Dave Grohl accomplished something that once seemed impossible: He stepped out of Kurt Cobain's shadow. At this point we all know Grohl as rock 'n' roll's friendly worldwide ambassador, the dude from a zillion music documentaries and awards show all-star bands, the longhaired living embodiment of R-A-W-K rawk. He's got a long…