Listen: Nirvana cassette demos have been unearthed and they sound awesome

Manley and I were just talking about how, usually, it's lame when the estate of a deceased artist releases a bunch of posthumous recordings. Listen: Nirvana transposed into a major key broke my brain Unless the person died in the midst of finishing an album/release, there's probably a reason it...
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Radiohead are Suing Lana Del Rey over "Creep"

Radiohead are taking action against Lana Del Rey for ripping off "Creep" on her recording for "Get Free." LISTEN: 16-Minute Radiohead Remix Listening to the two songs (really only listening to the Lana song bc if you don't know "Creep" already why are you reading this?), it's incredible how similar...
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#sEATtle; Buddha Ruksa

I like to eat. A lot. Food is bae. Therefore, I figured I would post reviews of the places I go to give you a little insight and maybe some ideas on where you might want to nom with your friends or special someones. Plus, it gives me an excuse to pig out on Seattle's best eats and not feel bad...
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Listen: Major Key Nirvana Broke My Brain

Some evil evil musician called Sleep Good took thee legendary Nirvana song, "Smells Like Teen Spirit," and remixed it/re-recorded it in a major key. The results are THE WORST. The anthem of angst that stood as the statue of grunge music (like it or not) just took a trip from the banks of the...
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#TBT Songs that are turning 10 and 20 in 2018

Happy New Year! One of my favorite traditions as we start a new trip around the sun is to see what songs are turning old this year! Our Dumb Podcast: Listen to the first episode of 2018 Once you stop crying over the fact that a song turning 20 was a song you remember from middle school and now you...
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See how much Seattle has changed in the last three years in this incredible time-lapse

In 2015, a 360° webcam was put in at the top of the Space Needle that captures a panoramic view of the city from the landmark's view every 10 minutes. Using a hell of a lot of time and footage (and probably a hell of a lot of computing power), Ricardo Martin Brualla created a nearly four-minute...
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