extremely rare 80s nirvana demo tapes have resurfaced online
Including Bleach tracks performed at the band’s first ever recording session.
this week in weird music combinations
A Nirvana Musical, 90s boybands and Skepta chilling with Mick Jagger – who knew these things even needed to exist in the world?
the stories behind your favorite 90s music videos, from nirvana to no doubt
From Gwen Stefani’s polka-dot dress in Don’t Speak to Nirvana’s suits in In Bloom, we get the scoop on how costume designer Nancy Steiner designed a generation.
meet nancy steiner, hollywood's indie queen of costuming
The veteran costume designer on the golden age of music videos, collaborating with Sofia Coppola, working on the new Twin Peaks, and Hollywood pay gaps.
you can now buy frances bean cobain’s art online
The 23 year old is following in her father’s artistic footsteps with her dark and haunting sketches and paintings.
dave grohl steps in to defend a cornish metal band against local noise complaints
After a band of British teenagers battled with their local government, the former Nirvana drummer penned a moving letter to the council explaining why their right to rock is important for fostering creativity and self expression.
previously unheard nirvana demo appears online
The track is titled E Coli and it's believed to date from 1993 or 1994.
no diggity: the most timeless tracks of all time
Data crunchers Polygraph have used Spotify play counts to chart the music that has stood the test of time.
see rare snaps of nirvana’s very first gig
A teenager in Seattle uncovered a series of house party pics in her dad’s stuff.
nirvana’s self-titled best of gets vinyl release
Smells like teen spirit as grunge fans lose their minds over the news.
check out unseen photos from nirvana’s nevermind album shoot
The baby reaching for a dollar underwater is one of the most recognised album covers of all time. Now you can see Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic recreating it…
peek behind the scenes as nirvana's intimate and personal pictures go on display
Photographer Shelli Hyrkas’ new exhibition gives a behind the scenes glimpse of the grunge generation’s ringleaders.