Twenty years after Kurt Cobain suffered for the sins of corporate rock, Nirvana rise from the vault in a deluxe box-set reissue of their great grunge apotheosis, In Utero. GW delivers the gospel according to Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear.
Three vintage Nirvana interviews have turned up online. Journalist James Sherry, who interviewed the band in November 1990, 1991 and 1992, has released the audio of all three recordings, reports Consequence of Sound.
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Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighers discover the delights of going unplugged on their 2005 double album, In Your Honor. While he is primarily an electric guitarist, Grohl explains that an acoustic guitar has always been his main writing tool. “Most of our songs, from ‘Everlong’ to ‘Monkey Wrench,’ “ he says, “were written on acoustic. I would bring the demos into the rehearsal space and then we’d plug in and dirty them up.”