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  • Blogs

    October 23, 2012

    Melvins Lite, Crescent Ballroom, 10/22/12

    Melvins Lite @ Crescent BallroomMelvins Lite, the latest incarnation of the 30-year-old sludge/punk/metal band The Melvins, took the stage at The Crescent Ballroom last night, chalking up stop number 48 on their record-breaking 51-day tour of the country. They're hitting every state...and Washington ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 22, 2012

    The Cult's Ian Astbury Ain't No Caveman (He's the Wolf Child)

    British rock band The Cult have a new album out today, Choice of Weapon. It's good -- a remarkably heavy record without a trace of "heft for the sake of heft." The songs sound exactly like The Cult, but they aren't tired, no doubt enhanced by the presence of Chris Goss, the Joshua Tree-bred producer ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 6, 2011

    The Ten Best Posthumous Albums

    ​Today, Universal Music Enterprises will re-release a handful of albums by the late Tupac Shakur, including the posthumous album R U still Down? (Remember Me). Originally released in 1997 (a year after Shakur's murder), R U Still Down? was one of the rapper's best-selling albums, going quadruple ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 21, 2007

    Rockin’ Rides: AZ gets music theme park proposal, we get some baaad ideas

    Why is Disneyland in California? Call me an idiot (as some surely already do), but I’d venture to guess it’s because Disney studios were founded in Cali and the entire movie industry (Disney included) thrives in the Golden State. So it makes sense that a huge theme park based on Walt Disney’s ... More >>

  • Culture

    April 12, 2001

    The Man Who

    Pearl Jam manager Kelly Curtis is the guy behind the guys

  • Music

    January 11, 2001

    Here Comes the Sickness

    Surviving the big grunge blowup, Mudhoney takes a final bow before hanging it up for good . . . sort of

  • Film

    January 16, 1997

    Sells Like Teen Spirit

    Hype! dreams and other bull about grunge, Seattle and Sub Pop

  • Music

    April 7, 1993