Nirvana

Taryn's Wreckreation Guide: Seattle Celebrates 'Nevermind' Turning 25

Tomorrow marks the 25th anniversary of Nirvana's 'Nevermind' , and Seattle's many celebrations are in bloom . If you think about it, KISW has been celebrating 'Nevermind' DAILY for 25 years straight, and will continue to do so for years to come. Nirvana is one of The Rock's most beloved artists and...
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Rock Blog: Krist Novoselic Visits KISW

Krist Novoselic of Nirvana fame stopped by to have a beer with The Mens Room last week and it RULED. The guys talked about everything from jamming with Paul McCartney in Seattle to playing the accordion.. In the second segment, they dove into rockstar pilots and slime-ball politicians. It's always...
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Rock Blog: The Top 8 Albums From 1991

Take yourself back 25 years. No matter where you were, no matter what you were doing, 1991 provided a soundtrack to your life. That, of course, is provided you were alive and consuming music back then. The biggest impact on music was the death of the Sunset Strip and the birth of Seattle, or as the...
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Loud and Local Playlist for September 4th, 2016

Skin Yard – Burn a Hole (1991) Sunny Day Real Estate – 47 (1994) Undertow – At Both Ends (1994) Trial – This Is Not A Trend (1997) Botch – Sutton’s Great Heat Engine (1999) The Murder City Devils – Press Gang (1997) Gruntruck – Tribe (1992) The Gits – Second Skin (1992) Super Deluxe – Years Ago (...
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Loud and Local Playlist for August 21st, 2016

Sturgil Simpson – In Bloom (Nirvana cover) Rest, Repose – The Generator Queensryche – Queen Of The Reich Windowpane – Words and Nothing More Devotion – Cathedral Grove Candlebox – Understanding Helms Alee – Meats and Milks The Hollowpoints – Reptilian Way Dogstrum – Crawl Dogstrum – El Dorado...
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Migs Blog: The Flannel Years

Yesterday I had a complete blast on my podcast, as I had a friend join us to chat about a cool photo exhibit she is doing. If you are a fan of the music that put Seattle on the map, I am certain you will want to check this out. Many years ago, when I worked at 107.7 The End, Karen Mason Blair was...
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