Yes, the record label has instantly turned the Central Terminal into the cool terminal.
The two local companies hardly seem like they would cross paths, but in 1994 Microsoft offered to purchase Sub Pop for four million dollars.
JACK was browsing the internet for a part-time gig — playing a bunch of music on the airwaves doesn’t pay that much, you know. Anyway, JACK saw that Seattle’s infamous record label Sub Pop is hiring!
MTV has unearthed two videos: “Radio Friendly Unit Shifter” and “Very Ape,” which features Kurt Cobain on drums.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of Nirvana’s final studio album, In Utero, Sub Pop has been having fun revealing little tidbits about the band. The latest being the original contract Kurt Cobain and the guys signed back in 1989.
A self-proclaimed Nirvana fan from Virginia Tech University is gaining notoriety on the Internet for a well intentioned, but severely misguided letter they sent to the band’s record label.
Welcome to Jukebox Jury, our new music debate show where experts face off and a jury of fans decides the winner. THE CASE: Technology has made it considerably easier for musicians to go the D.I.Y. […]
Easy Street Records released its list of its 100 best-selling CDs and 50 best-selling vinyl of 2012 — and we’re seeing a very eclectic mix of awesomeness.
For those of you unfamiliar with Mudhoney, they’re essentially the band that made the small fishing village of Seattle relevant to headbangers around the globe, and unintentionally sparked the flannel-wearing, nose-piercing revolution known as “grunge.” […]
Have you looked at our preview for Saturday yet? Make sure you take a look at that before you venture into this. Sunday, September 2nd – Day 2 The “Can’t Miss” Local Bands: The Young Evils, Mudhoney, Gold […]