Wallace Wylie

We Don’t Have To Breed – Nirvana’s Nevermind and masculinity

Stuck with powerful sexual impulses, I convinced myself that to act on them was disrespectful and cheap.

 Everett True

Nirvana’s Nevermind, 20 Years Ago

It’s taken me nearly two decades to admit to liking Nevermind in public again. In celebration, I’ve decided to reprint my original review.

 Scott Creney

Nirvana’s Nevermind, 20 Years Later

Nirvana’s Nevermind, 20 Years Later

Nirvana had a bigger effect on American culture than any rock band since The Beatles. I was there, and anyone who tells you any differently is a goddamned liar.

 Wallace Wylie

Both Sides, Now! – How Women are Denied Universal Appeal as Songwriters

Men demand that women be natural and unaffected, and nowhere more so than in the world of music.


Why Everett True is sort of wrong… er… well, not exactly right… partially right yet partially not… oh well… whatever… nevermind…

I just don’t think anyone was trying to suck out, water down, or destroy Cobain’s legacy


Ty Segall – Goodbye Bread (Drag City)

My immediate reaction was The Three Bs: Boring. Blokey. Beards. But it’s not that simple.

 Bianca Valentino

Nathan Howdeshell – The Collapse Board Interview

I don’t view music as a competition at all.

 Bianca Valentino

Patty Schemel – The Collapse Board Interview

You want to stay in that comfort zone. It helps you block out the world.

 Everett True

Another One Of Those Days: Everett True’s July 2000 journal

I want a little glamour around my presence: glamour is the last thing I possess right now. I don’t know if I’ll ever recapture that mood again.

 Everett True

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“How am I going to feed my family now? How am I going to afford my casual drug habit? Chris Martin must pay!”