Tag: Mark Arm
A brand new box set collects all of the major label recordings of the legendary Seattle underdogs Mudhoney, bringing new light to this era, one often overlooked for its corporate associations. Real Low Vibe shows that the major label didn’t change Mudhoney–if anything, the experience made them a much better band.
Pedazo De Pastel is a delightful collection culled from a one-off Mudhoney recording session shortly before they began recording their major label debut.
Taken from the Sub Pop release, Morning In America.
An in-depth, enjoyable book by the band that invented, defined, and then overcame Grunge.
In the long and storied Mudhoney discography, this little single is an anomaly. Surprisingly, it’s lead singer Mark Arm‘s only solo release, and it’s a corker. Yes, it’s designed as a parody of Bob Dylan‘s album of the same name, but that’s where the parody ends. His take on “Masters of War” is surprisingly straightforward,… Read More ›