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Gentle Groove: The Hidden History of Grunge in the Modern City

We wound down the hills of Queen Anne, one of the many ritzy districts in the thriving Seattle metropolis. With the water in the distance and the incredibly steep streets, it felt like we were in San Francisco. 1.908 kata lagi


Gig Review: Yashin say farewell to London with The Vigil and With One Last Breath

London bid a fond farewell to one of the finest rock and metal bands the UK has produced in the last decade as Yashin played their final show in the capital last night. 1.034 kata lagi




Like any subculture, Grunge separated themselves from the mainstream society. It started in 1980s and went through to 1990s. Grunge basically didn’t care about much, their fashion, lifestyle and hair was messy, dirty and unorganised. 811 kata lagi


Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)


If you are already a fan of Nirvana or Kurt Cobain, this documentary is a wish come true. However, if you are just vaguely interested, or simply curious, this documentary will feel like information overload. 593 kata lagi


Steaming Trump of Bezos Farmer's Cup

I once got revenge on Seattle
By ordering the wrong item on Amazon from Spokane