After a visit to Chris Cornell’s grave last week, we sat down to explore music as a tool for catharsis, and as a barometer of our life experience. Music appreciation is subjective, but its impact and potency are nearly supernatural in transformative capability.
We debate the finer points of GNR’s bastard-child record The Spaghetti Incident? before getting our doom on with a track from Skwerl’s band Goliathan. We also reminisce on the grit and incredible DIY rock experience of the Self-Pollution Radio sessions with Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Mad Season, Mudhoney and more.
Then we tease the upcoming Summer rock overload, the best run of new releases and upcoming releases a Summer has delivered in several years – which is going to make for a riotous good time. Have at it.