Mudhoney play a sold out show at The Zoo in Brisbane, supported by Chimers and Gravel Samwidge.
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The very name should chill your bones. As your lips form the words, you should welcome the slight shudder that slips down your back. You should feel compelled to fear. You should embrace the fear. As you would with Satan, Voldemort, Napalm Death, or the Glow Cloud. O great conjurers, o great terrors of the […]
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Mudhoney play a Brisbane Big Day Out sideshow at The Zoo, with support from feedtime and Gravel Samwidge.
I don’t like praising records for their focus and consistency — makes me feel like I’m in a corporate boardroom or something.
It costs the same as 3 issues of Mojo, or 6 weeks’ worth of NME’s, and it’s a dozen times more likely to change your life.
Dude. This is fucking nice. Brief, brutal and heavy as shit.
Bangs damn it, we would’a KILLED for music this focused, tightly coiled, back in 1990
Damn, I have such a crush on their music right now.