Mudhoney leader Mark Arm chats about the Seattle grunge pioneers thirty years as a band and forthcoming album 'Digital Garbage'.
Paul Waller talks to Mark Arm, the vocalist with seminal grunge outfit Mudhoney, about his group's forthcoming new album, 'Vanishing Point'
One of the founders of the grunge movement, Seattle's Mudhoney have just released their eighth album 'Since We've Become Translucent'. Mark Rowland talks to singer Mark Arm and guitarist Steve Turner about the new record and their fifteen year history
Ritz, Manchester, 29/5/2015
Billy Seagrave watches grunge rockers Mudhoney play an exuberant and fiery set at the Ritz in Manchester
02, London, 17/7/2008
New Pennyblackmusic writer Anthony Middleton is thrilled by Leonard Cohen at his first London show in fourteen years in a happy, thoughtful and emotional evening at the O2
Forum, London, 31/7/2008
At their only show this year in Britain, Chris O' Toole at gig at the Forum in London finds pioneers of grunge Mudhoney's primitive, explosive rock to have lost none of their bite
Superfuzz Bigmuff (2009)
Jeff Thiessen examines Seattle-based grunge group Mudhoney's seminal debut EP, 'Superfuzz Bigmuff'
Since We've Become Translucent (2002)
Spectacular eighth album " packed full of.... Stooges-inspired rock n roll " from Godfathers of Grunge, Mudhoney
Under-rated at the time 80's post punk group the Scientists were an influence on bands such as Mudhoney, Nirvana and the White Stripes.John Clarkson speaks to front man Kim Salmon about the group's recent reformation and continued impact
Interview Part 1
Holly Golighty has worked with the White Stripes, Mudhoney and Billy Childish, and has just released her 11th full-length album, 'Truly she is None Other'. In the first part of a 2 part interview, she talks to Mark Rowland about her long career
Steve Turrner is best known as the guitarist with grunge band Mudhoney, but has recently released an acoustic folk album, 'Searching for Melody'. Back for a second interview with Pennyblackmusic, he talks to Mark Rowland about his two musical careers
Mark Rowland examines the career of grunge pioneers Green River, whose 1987 EP 'Dry as a Bone' and 1988 posthumous album 'Rehab Doll' have recently both been re-released.
All Tomorrow's Parties
Camber Sands, Sussex, 12/5/2006...14/5/2006
In the first of two All Tomorrow's Parties weekeds this summer, Anthony Dhanendran takes in sets from the likes of Mudhoney, Holly Golightly, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Bert Jansch, Vashti Bunyan and Devendra Banhart