The film was again re-released on DVD on September 13, 2011 by the Universal Music Group.[1]. Nirvana continue, even after fame, to mimic the Sonic Youth mode of behaviour whether deliberately or through some shared underground heritage. I agree wholeheartedly. The original song: While Sonic Youth is the focus of the documentary, the film also gives attention to Nirvana, Dinosaur Jr., Babes in Toyland, Gumball and The Ramones. Curse you Metal Hammer, April 1994 for your impact on my budgets!! Several scenes in the film involve re-enactments and references to scenes from the contemporaneous Madonna tour documentary, Truth or Dare, such as Gordon complaining about "industry people" in the front row, or Cobain, introduced as "Costner" telling Sonic Youth that their show was "neat". This single purchase thus bid farewell to Kurt at the same time as introducing me to the band that became the single most important influence on my music-consuming tastes and directions. 1991: The Year Punk Broke, released theatrically in 1992, is a documentary directed by Dave Markey featuring American alternative rock band Sonic Youth on tour in Europe in 1991. 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So, while not as fundamental to Nirvana’s sound as Melvins were in the early days, Sonic Youth had an equally strong influence on pushing Nirvana into the limelight, onto the major label stage, and providing an aim, something to emulate. We met with Nirvana, and they trusted us because they trusted Sonic Youth.” Just like Dale Crover’s presence had persuaded Jack Endino to open his doors to Nirvana in 1988, Sonic Youth got Nirvana their management company thanks to firstly, taking Nirvana with them for seven shows in August 1990 (at that point the largest shows Nirvana had been a part of), then personally asking for it to happen. Nirvana followed Sonic Youth onto Gold Mountain for a very clear reason as described in 2011 by Danny Goldberg, “John and I signed Sonic Youth, who were very good at picking opening bands…They chose Nirvana to open for them on a European tour, and I recall John coming back and saying that we should manage Nirvana. Melvins served wonderfully for those first few years, yet having discovered the limitations of the indie scene as it stood in 1989-1990 — living on the breadline, unenviable touring conditions, limited studio time and budget — the band needed something new. I’d like to confess at this point to having seventy-seven Sonic Youth (and related) releases…. A lot of these quotations are post-event comparisons but they coincide absolutely with the vision available in 1990 of what success for a band that wasn’t soaked in mainstream glitz meant. Change ), Dark Slivers out now: Kindle ebook or, for paperback, email NirvanaDarkSlivers@gmail.com, Cobain: The Man Who Sold The World (Thank You Jasmine), The Stooges: Round Up The Rarities Part Three, "I Played With Nirvana" – Eyewitnesses 1987-1994, After In Utero – The Final Year 1993-1994, Dark Slivers: Seeing Nirvana in the Shards of Incesticide, I Found My Friends: the Oral History of Nirvana, No Seattle: Forgotten Sounds of the North West Grunge Era, Flowers of Romance and Bathroom Destruction. Having left Melvins behind already, with the buzz building, Sonic Youth became the next critical role model. A discussion was started a couple weeks back asking people to suggest “The Top Five Most Important Concerts to Nirvana’s History.” Brett pointed to the show in Hoboken, New Jersey on July 13, 1989 on the basis that it’s the night Sonic Youth saw first saw Nirvana play live. Nirvana wurde indirekt durch Sonic Youth berühmt, denn Kim Gordon empfahl Geffen Records die relativ unbekannte Band, die auf dem Seattler Label Sub Pop gerade ihr Debüt Bleach veröffentlicht hatte. Part credit for this post goes to a gentleman called Brett Robinson over on the LiveNirvana forum (if you’re interested in Nirvana I genuinely recommend the site and the forum — I’ve used the site for years but only recently engaged with the forum and the intelligence and knowledge present is awe-inspiring.) Also Cobain’s diversion into production (with Melvins in 1992 and 1993) had been prefigured by Lee Ranaldo’s work for Babes in Toyland and Kim Gordon’s work for Hole. Watch the incredible footage from that 2014 evening, below. Anyways, this is a scrap from the April 1994 edition of Metal Hammer magazine which I bought for the Kurt Cobain tribute.
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