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Mudhoney: Sub Pop, Sub Normal, Subversion!

Interview by Everett True, Melody Maker, 11 March 1989


Mudhoney: Psycho Dirtbag Blowout

Interview by Pat Blashill, Spin, April 1989

MARK ARM and Steve Turner are the Mutt and Jeff of distortion. He's Super Fuzz, I'm Big Muff, they'll say. Fuzz and Muff work for ...

Mudhoney: Angels With Muddy Faces

Interview by Roy Wilkinson, Sounds, 13 May 1989

MUDHONEY's music is a wild thing — garage grunge and Iggy-style abandon. In person they're mild-mannered, middle class Americans with a hopeless addiction to Sham 69 ...

Mudhoney, Soundgarden: School of African and Oriental Studies, London

Live Review by Push, Melody Maker, 20 May 1989

THERE'S NO containing the capricious belligerence of Seattle's Soundgarden. Vocalist Chris Cornell — part monkey, part Adonis and all of a doodah — is stripped ...

Mudhoney: Put Mud In The Music

Interview by Edwin Pouncey, New Musical Express, 27 May 1989

Thanks to an extensive European tour, a vinyl collaboration with Sonic Youth and their own indie-chart hit LP, Seattle's MUDHONEY find themselves the latest US ...

Mudhoney: Mudhoney (Glitterhouse)

Review by Push, Melody Maker, 28 October 1989


Mudhoney: Dweeb Will, Dweeb Will Rock You!

Interview by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 7 July 1990

Diseased drugvom and dogs! MUDHONEY cut through STEVEN WELLS' spunk encrusted C60 to give us the bald and rotting bare facts about the inadequacy of ...

Mudhoney, the Melvins: Hollywood Live, Hollywood CA

Live Review by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 24 July 1990

Mudhoney's Roar of Confusion ...

Mudhoney: Astoria, London

Live Review by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, 24 August 1991

IF YOU want a creative and intellectually stimulating evening, go seek out RW Fassbinder's The Bitter Tears Of Petra Von Kant. Mudhoney are experts at ...

Grunge Hell

Overview by Keith Cameron, Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 4 January 1992

It's the dawning of a new earache! Jakki Brambles is playing Daisy Chainsaw! Your parents have heard of Nirvana! Geffen are chasing Mudhoney! Madonna's into ...

Seattle: Grunge City

Report and Interview by Michael Azerrad, Rolling Stone, 16 April 1992

For real rockers Seattle is the ultimate wet dream. By Michael Azerrad ...

In Seattle there is? Mudhoney

Interview by Everett True, Melody Maker, 22 August 1992

NIRVANA may have niched the sales, Soundgarden may have filched the fans, Pearl Jam may have plundered the plaudits but if you really wanna get ...

Mudhoney: Academy, Manchester

Live Review by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, 24 October 1992

AFTER ALL the earache, the broken promises, the mad mullahs chasing after dollar signs and the sheer Zen apathy of the times we're dying through... ...

45rpm Singles: Seven Inches of Pleasure

Report by Michael Azerrad, Rolling Stone, 4 February 1993

For bands and fans, the single is the new format of choice ...

Mudhoney: Tomorrow Hit Today

Review by Andria Lisle, Ray Gun, October 1998

OVER THE PAST TEN YEARS, I've endured a recurring theme in my late night dreams: the Rolling Stones, finally realizing the vapid decline of their ...

Mudhoney NSFAQ*

Retrospective and Interview by Everett True, The Stranger, 15 August 2002

*Not-So-Frequently-Asked Questions About One of Seattle's Best and Most Enduring Rock Bands. A Primer ...

Mudhoney: Boat Club, Nottingham

Live Review by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 12 September 2002

BEING AN AMERICAN grunge rocker must be one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. Past incumbents, from Nirvana to Alice in Chains to ...

Mudhoney: Superfuzz Bigmuff: Deluxe Edition (Sub Pop!)

Review by Carol Clerk, Classic Rock, July 2008

TWENTY YEARS AGO, Mudhoney released their first Sub Pop! single, 'Touch Me I'm Sick', followed closely by the Superfuzz Bigmuff EP. Neither sold much, but ...

Mudhoney: Vanishing Point

Review by Ben Myers,, 1 April 2013

Grunge originators show zero signs of mellowing. ...

see also Green River


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