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On 9/11/92 Nirvana played a homecoming stadium show in Seattle after igniting nationwide grunge-mania with Nevermind. MTV News was there to interview the locals, including Kurt Cobain and Krist…   Read Story »
Phil Elverum has finally thrown his hat into the on-going "Are Pants Art?" debate, and it's a resounding "No." Elverum (who put out an excellent re-working of his song "Lone Bell" last week) posted…   Read Story »
Welcome to Backtrack, Sam Hockley-Smith's new Stereogum column dedicated to a remembrance of great things past, of important records situated in the middle ground between Legendary Reissue Status and…   Read Story »
Pac NW champion Phil Elv(e)rum, prodigal tape-hiss troubadour behind the monumental Microphones LP The Glow Pt. 2 and myriad Mount Eerie recordings, has a new studio product for your consumption.…   Read Story »
Deafheaven's Roads To Judah came up a few times in the comments of my Top 26 Metal Albums Of 2011 So Far. With reason. The San Francisco group's gorgeous 4-song, 38-minute full-length debut blends…   Read Story »
Last year Phil Elverum (Mount Eerie, the Microphones) put out Lost Wisdom, a collaboration with Eric's Trip's Julie Doiron and Fred Squire, but the dark, multi-textured, black metal and…   Read Story »