A one-off Iggy And The Stooges covers supergroup has come and gone thanks to members of Pearl Jam, Guns N’ Roses, Mudhoney and more, who have performed under the name Raw Power in honour of the Iggy And The Stooges album of the same name. As Consequence Of Sound reports, Raw Power’s roster — consisting
After a shaky few months, All Tomorrow’s Parties have reconfirmed their intentions to return to Iceland next year. Their impressive first lineup was headed up by Belle and Sebastian, and organisers have now added Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Run The Jewels and Deafheaven, among others, to their 2015 event. The festival will be heading back
Grunge legends Pearl Jam are currently kicking it around the country for the Big Day Out tour and they’ve been injecting a little bit of cover action into their setlists, with Eddie Vedder and company paying tribute to some classic bands. The alt rock pioneers gave a nod to Down Under legends Hunters & Collectors
Pearl Jam purr, Beady Eye satisfy and Tame Impala ascend
While recently discussing the early days of grunge, a term he himself coined, Mudhoney frontman Mark Arm decided to single out a few acts that he considers to be copycats of the original Seattle-based sound, notably singling out Stone Temple Pilots and Australia’s golden boys, Silverchair. “Before [grunge] became a noun it was used as
Earlier this week, news broke that grunge progenitors and independent rock and roll legends Mudhoney would be playing a string of East Coast sideshows, in conjunction with their spot on the Big Day Out 2014 tour, and the band themselves have now confirmed this glorious news! Bearing influence over everyone from Nirvana to The Datsuns,
Following the very good news that grunge pioneers Mudhoney will be heading Down Under for the 2014 installment of the Big Day Out, a sneaky leak on the Sub Pop records website has given us the even better news that the Seattle 6-piece are getting their sideshow on while they’re in town. The Touch Me
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Grunge legends Mudhoney are set to perform on top of the 605-foot tall Space Needle in their hometown of Seattle on 11th July, celebrating the 25th anniversary of iconic label Sub Pop, with the band having to be tethered to the top of the famous landmark for the gig. The show will then be followed
Staying together as a rock band for twenty years is an achievement like collecting every issue of mX for twenty years is an achievement. It’s impressive, but did you really have to? Musically speaking, Mudhoney are perched safely on the peak of that heap of fuzz-box bands who periodically come out of the darkness of
The Splendour goodness just keeps rolling in with the latest news that rock legends and one of the most prominent bands to emerge from the Sub Pop label, Mudhoney, have announced an exclusive SITG sideshow at Melbourne’s Corner Hotel. Rising to international fame in the late 80s, Mudhoney received their big break following the huge success of their debut
In addition to their already announced performance at Meredith Music Festival, lovers of garage rock will rejoice at the news that Mudhoney will tour Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Hobart this December. This will be their 6th journey to Australia throughout their triumphant 23-year career.