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Melvins Discussion / EarthQuaker Session
« on: April 15, 2022, 01:50:59 PM »

Melvins Discussion / Seattle Today - Episode 8 - Matt Lukin
« on: March 28, 2021, 01:27:16 AM »
Matt Lukin Unfiltered!  Seattle Today Podcast (Geoff Reading and Steve Martin) interviewing Instagram superstar Lukin.  They talk about Lamefest and Lamefest UK with Nirvana; life in Aberdeen/Montesano; forming the Melvins; first Melvins recording (pre-Crover) that was recorded off the radio by Lukin's mom; meeting Krist while he was working at Taco Time; how he found out he was getting booted for Lori Black; forming Mudhoney and their tour stories; meeting up with Poison Idea during Australia's Big Day Out; Eddie Vedder and Bradley Cooper in his kitchen  and loads more.

Melvins Discussion / Raging Slab feat Dale
« on: December 12, 2020, 05:48:33 AM »

Honored to be curator for this months white label series record on Joyful Noise Recordings.This album is near and dear to me! I recorded this with my friend Elyse Steinman and Raging Slab before she lost her battle with cancer. Singing songs she loved was the one thing that made her feel better.
Also, this record kicks ass! I hope you can dig! -Dale

Melvins Discussion / Quarantine check-in with Dale Crover
« on: April 09, 2020, 03:32:39 AM »

and after listening to the podcast..

you can hear the amazing Who medley by Dale Crover Band on the Electrons side of the Protons and Electrons comp here:
and buy a copy here:

Melvins Show Reviews / 26 Oct 2017 - Trezzo sull'Adda - Italy
« on: October 27, 2017, 04:42:35 PM »
Show was killer,  one of the best i've seen in recent years. Maybe it was the setlist (it flows so well) , or maybe the current line up. This is my Melvins. Red Kross were ok, fun music, good musicians. Dale was a bit low in the mix, but fortunately that did not happen with the Melvins set. First four tunes were just perfect, Sacrifice, Oven, Anaconda and Queen... is there a better way to start a show? answer is no! I mean, which other band have such good opening songs.. how many other band plays with no break between songs,   being so tight until the end of the set?  one word: professional musicians. The Lysol stuff was crushing. No merch except for some fake shirts out of the venue.. not official stuff. Nothing more to add except this band never stop amaze me. It's just ridiculous how three men in their 50's can sound so tight. Do not miss this line up!

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