Thursday, April 08, 2004

Here's a piece by Thurston Moore about Kurt Cobain in the NY Times. It's nice. Read it if you want: When the Edge Moved to the Middle

"You wouldn't know it now by looking at MTV, with its scorn-metal buffoons and Disney-damaged pop idols, but the underground scene Kurt came from is more creative and exciting than it's ever been. From radical pop to sensorial noise-action to the subterranean forays in drone-folk-psyche-improv, all the music Kurt adored is very much alive and being played by amazing artists he didn't live to see, artists who recognize Kurt as a significant and honorable muse."

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