This album is the very definition of “Garage Rock”. It’s played in a very loose and raggedy sort a way that has a lot of heart, but not much in the way of technical proficiency. Hater totally encapsulates the very essence of what was happening during the early “Grunge” era of the 1990’s. You can […]
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The release of the graphic novel Who Killed Kurt Cobain was recently announced at the Emerald City Comicon. This book, written by Nicolas Otero, will be published by IDW, and where better to make such an announcement than Seattle, Cobain’s old stomping grounds. The book, slated for release this October, is told from the perspective […]
Anyone that knows me well understands that my love for the 90’s grunge band Nirvana is infinite. It literally knows no boundaries. Equally so I would gladly roam this Earth on my hands and my knees wiping up every blood, sweat and tear Kurt Cobain ever shed, that is if he wasn’t taken away from us so […]
It’s that time of the year already. I have been through so much this year so I thought f$&k it. I want to try something new this year. In the past few years, I had this complex algorithm where I weighted a disc by its film score, audio/video presentation and how many special features it […]
This is going to be the shortest Blu-ray review of my illustrious career. Why? I can answer that one quite easily. It’s because this review is about a band that I would gladly lay down my life in defense of any day of the week against attacks of slander, malicious propaganda or evil naysaying. Their […]
When fellow Why So Blu staff writer Gregg Senko asked me to come up with three albums that changed the world of music for me I jumped at the opportunity. I said to myself, “This will be a piece of cake.” Well, little did I know how hard it would be narrowing down my selections […]