Informative and funny guide about the genre the bands,and the hometown of Seattle...
Focusing on the music revolution that exploded in the early 90's.
If you like the art and the music of the... More > Pacific North West you'll like this too...< Less
Aaron Joy presents a new series of rock music crossword books. 14 new puzzles in each book looking at the bands, albums & general trivia of bands, both famous & forgotten, fringe &... More > mainstream. A great starting point for growing a CD collection, enjoying a particular musical genre or winning the next game of rock music trivia. Series 1 includes: thrash, grunge, classic New York rock bands (4 bonus puzzles), women in rock, prog-rock & L.A. hair metal. Features the topics: Sub Pop Records, Mother Love Bone/Malfunkshun, albums, Soundgarden, Green River, Screaming Trees, Kurt Cobain, Mudhoney, Nirvana, Skin Yard, Alice In Chains, Pearl Jam, fathers of grunge, fringe bands.< Less
775 photos of THE BUTTERFLIES with most shots of them at their wildest. They did lose their dynamism towards the end, as the music seemed to slow but overall this book reflects accurately on how... More > lively they could be. You will find a few crappy shots, maybe a dozen or so, but I wanted to ensure I included everything I have as I thought they were great, and there’s a vast array of gigs to encounter:
Bull & Gate 18.10.90
White Horse October 1990
Sunshot photos from same gig with Jake on bass
Archway 11.1.92< Less
Deep inside the belly of the beast that's caked with the status quo, politically correct meat puppets in denial that the Los Angeles riots even happened, and suckerfish still living in an age when... More > Kerouac ruled the roost, ‘Verbal Alchemy’ was born like a cell in a Petri dish. Straight out of an existence backwashed with dance hall girls, street dwellers and dead heroes who communicate through visions, Michael N. Thompson is merely the chronicler for these slices of purple mountain majesty. Having a fascination with serial killers is just the cherry on this macabre sundae.< Less
64 full colour pages containing 47 colour photos of GAYE BYKERS ON ACID playing an anti-vivisection benefit gig at the Limelight in 1987, with 31 posed but entirely informal photos inside the Oporto... More > pub where I was doing some solo interviews for Melody Maker and an overall piece on Grebo with Mary Mary, who was joined by his partners in grime, Anderson of Crazyhead and Jesus from Bomb Party. When not dropping their trousers or snogging each other I like to think the interviews went rather well, and the photos aren’t too bad, but you be the judge of that.< Less
100 Great Albums sets out to explore over 40 years of music. From the Beatles and Bob Dylan, through to the Clash, Joy Division and U2, right up to Arctic Monkeys and Arcade Fire, no stone has been... More > left unturned in searching out the very best. In addition to 100 highly recommended albums, attention is also drawn to 500 vital tracks that every discerning music lover should own. Andrew Southwood has been an avid collector of albums since the age of ten. It started with vinyl in 1973, moved on to cassette (in 1977), CD (1987) and these days he can be found wired-up to his MP3 player.< Less