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I think I would rather the mainstream bends its ear to what I am doing than me do a back-bend to the mainstream.
Annie Clark, of St. Vincent. (via suitececilia)
When I was just a child, I was observing the world. But I lived a lot, too. We used to break into abandoned houses. We explored the entire sewer system of Guadalajara on foot. And then I became really crazy as a teenager.
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St. Vincent And The National - Sleep All Summer
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St. Vincent - Year of the Tiger
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nirvananews:

20 years ago today (12/13/93) - Nirvana performed at Pier 48 in Seattle for MTV’s ‘Live and Loud.’ The Breeders and Cypress Hill were also lined up for the show. It wasn’t until this year we were able to get the full release of the show, which included never-before seen footage.
You can order the DVD here.
MTV: "Was Krist playing the songs the way you pictured them being played? What was your first reaction to him playing?"

Kurt Cobain: "He basically played the same notes that were on the tape already. We basically just played the songs that were on the Fecal Matter tape. I mean, he’s added stuff, he’s added his own style to the band now, since we’ve started writing songs together. But initially we were just playing those songs off that tape."

MTV: "What was the first thing you did together?"

Cobain: "Oh, the first song that we wrote together?"

MTV: "Yeah."

Cobain: "Oh God, I don’t know. Um…"

Read the rest of the (very long) interview from the same date here.

nirvananews:

20 years ago today (12/13/93) - Nirvana performed at Pier 48 in Seattle for MTV’s ‘Live and Loud.’ The Breeders and Cypress Hill were also lined up for the show. It wasn’t until this year we were able to get the full release of the show, which included never-before seen footage.

You can order the DVD here.

MTV: "Was Krist playing the songs the way you pictured them being played? What was your first reaction to him playing?"

Kurt Cobain: "He basically played the same notes that were on the tape already. We basically just played the songs that were on the Fecal Matter tape. I mean, he’s added stuff, he’s added his own style to the band now, since we’ve started writing songs together. But initially we were just playing those songs off that tape."

MTV: "What was the first thing you did together?"

Cobain: "Oh, the first song that we wrote together?"

MTV: "Yeah."

Cobain: "Oh God, I don’t know. Um…"

Read the rest of the (very long) interview from the same date here.