The Sub Pop founder's impressive ebook from last year chronicling NIrvana, Tad, and Mudhoney pre-grunge explosion gets the hardcover treatment. Win a copy now!
The 2nd half of our interview with frontman, Ryan Kattner (aka Honus Honus) addresses headbutts, Furbies, vibrators, border crossings, LSD in baseball and more.
The first half of our interview with Man Man frontman Ryan Kattner (aka Honus Honus) covers faking ones death in public, songwriting, production, & Wolf Blitzer
The Sac Town experimental post apocalyptic noise and doom rap collective just leaked their latest album with the addition of a video for each individual track
Embarking on a tour to perform their respective solo & collaborative material, the duo stop in Seattle, and make it up as they go along
We send a writer to check out the band of brothers, 16 years after they brought us the earworm known as "MMMbop," & he, more or less, just gets drunk on bourbon
Odd Future's most elusive member embarks on his first solo tour, promoting his highly anticipated, critically acclaimed debut. Here's what went down in Seattle
In its 4th year paying tribute to filmmaker Wes Anderson, the SF gallery brings in over 100 artists, a photo booth, & a film screening. Check out the preview
In the midst of a massive relaunch pushing for a greater representation of superheroes for the publisher, DH founder/president talks to us about the future
Utilizing over $70,000 yielded from a kickstarter campaign, oil painter and master of the macabre, Chet Zar, presents an elaborate Funeral-themed art exhibit
in their 6th annual group exhibit, New York's premiere gallery for the Dark Arts movement showcases a wide variety of impressive talent from various disciplines
The master of subversive pop-art surrealism and street art pioneer, Ron English showcases a selection of new mind blowing large scale oil works in Culver City