Interview with Patrick Campbell-Lyons (2021)
John Clarkson speaks to Patrick Campbell-Lyons from influential 60’s orchestral group Nirvana about his group’s career and their new vinyl box set ‘Songlife’.
Fomer Melody Maker journalist, and the man who brought grunge and Nirvana to Britain, Everett True has recently started a new magazine 'Careless Talk Cost Lives'. David McNamee chats to him about its spectacular first edition.
Malcolm Carter examines 'Songlife', a new vinyl box set from 1960's pop/psychedelic act Nirvana, which combines five albums plus a previously unreleased musical.
Entertain Us: The Rise of Nirvana (2012)
Fiona Hutchings reflects upon Seattle-based journalist Gillian G. Gaar's meticulously researched and fantastic new biography on Nirvana's early years
Live at Reading (2009)
Kelly Smith is impressed by the energy and force of Nirvana's new DVD, 'Live at Reading', which was filmed in 1992 at their headlining performance at the Reading Festival
Anthony Dhanendran reflects upon the various new editions of Nirvana's classic second album, 'Nevermind', which have been released to coincide with its twentieth anniversary
Nirvana, Reading Festival 1992 (2012)
Paul Waller, in our 'Gig of a Lifetime' series, writes of seeing Nirvana's legendary headlining gig, at the 1992 Reading Festival
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
Sounds Like Violence
Swedish act Sounds Like Violence have drawn comparisions with acts as diverse as Nirvana, Iggy Pop and My Bloody Valentine, but remian genreless. With their debut EP 'The Pistol' making an impact, Ben Howarth chats to them on their first British tour
London Wembley Arena, 23/11/2002
Special guest reviewer Charles Howarth finds at London Wembley Arena that the Foo Fighters' frontman Dave Grohl showing "once and for all that he has moved out of Kurt Cobain’s shadow as the youthful drummer in Nirvana"
One of the guiding lights of the US hardcore scene, Steve Albini fronted the controversial Big Black, and also produced Nirvana's 'In Utero'. Mark Rowland examines his extraordinary career