Mudhoney

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Mudhoney review – a rampage of nihilistic primal menace
The Seattle grunge-rockers pack less raw visual energy but have no lack of edge as they pound through psychedlia, blues and even funk in this 26-song set

Dave Simpson

01, Jun, 2015 @12:37 PM

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Sub Pop: 25 years of underground rock

From the era-defining grunge of Nirvana to the dreamy modern Americana of the Shins, the Seattle label has become a cornerstone of US alternative music. And that's a minor miracle, writes Michael Hann

Michael Hann

04, Jul, 2013 @6:00 PM

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I'll Be Your Mirror – review

The ATP support acts shook Alexandra Palace to its foundations, but headliners Slayer reigned supreme, writes Jamie Thomson

Jamie Thomson

28, May, 2012 @11:48 AM

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Open thread: What's your favourite music documentary?
As several high-profile music docs hit our screens, tell us which is best and win a copy of 1991: The Year Punk Broke

Adam Boult

01, Nov, 2011 @3:51 PM

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Ten myths about grunge, Nirvana and Kurt Cobain
Kurt Cobain loved Abba, wasn't from Seattle and didn't invent grunge. Everett True, the man who pushed the singer's wheelchair on stage for his last UK show, sets the record straight

Everett True

24, Aug, 2011 @9:00 PM

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Has the internet killed local music scenes?
From Merseybeat to grunge, it is doubtful any major local music scene would have had the same impact in the age of the internet and the 'bedroom musician'. Hazel Sheffield wonders if there will ever be another Madchester

Hazel Sheffield

10, Jun, 2010 @8:30 PM

Rock preview: Mudhoney, London

The Forum, NW5, Thu 31

John Robinson

25, Jul, 2008 @11:01 PM

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Rock CD: Mudhoney, The Lucky Ones

(Sub Pop)

Betty Clarke

29, May, 2008 @11:10 PM

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Mudhoney, Koko, London

Koko, London

Leonie Cooper

19, Sep, 2005 @2:12 PM

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Mudhoney, Boat Club, Nottingham

Boat Club, Nottingham

Dave Simpson

12, Sep, 2002 @2:31 PM

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