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Nirvana fans will be able to hear a previously unreleased song that Kurt Cobain wrote when the documentary, Montage of Heck, gets a widespread theatrical re-release on August 7th. Filmmaker Brett Morgen mixed in the tune – without re-editing what people saw in the film’s HBO broadcast – though he would not say where in the movie it would play in an interview with Billboard. “I don’t want to get people out there bootlegging it on their cell phones,” he said.
The untitled song comes off a demo cassette, one of over a hundred that Morgen sifted through while making the film, and finds Cobain singing in falsetto. Billboard reports that the feel of the song will be familiar to Nirvana fans with “dense slow-shred-slow guitar” and difficult-to-hear lyrics that may or may not be “wonder how I breathe” and “I’m a bad man.” The trade magazine likens Cobain’s singing to Brian Wilson.
Morgen estimated that the song was recorded in 1991. The cassette he found the tune on also contained a rough version of “Old Age,” a song Cobain wrote during the sessions for Nevermind and later released as B side on Hole’s “Beautiful Son” and “Violet” singles. A Nirvana recording of that tune would eventually appear on the box set With the Lights Out and deluxe edition of Nevermind.
The filmmaker highlighted that Cobain had a cinematic knack for mixing his recordings that lent themselves well to a movie theater release. “Kurt played around with sound collage, particularly with [stereo] effects,” he said. “And it’s a sensory experience that really envelops you.”
In May, Morgen said he had big plans for a Montage of Heck soundtrack album, which would feature a “treasure chest” of previously unreleased Cobain originals. “It’s great material that should be out there in the world,” he told KCRW. “I finished the film and there was all this other music. No one asked me to do anything, I just started cutting the thing together and telling the estate that they should put this out.” He has yet to announce a release date for the record.
Cobain’s legacy, and specifically the way Morgen depicted it in Montage of Heck, has drawn scrutiny on two separate occasions from Cobain’s friend and Melvins frontman Buzz Osborne.
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This weekend, Lollapalooza will once again return to Chicago, as it has for the last 10 years. But if you can’t make it to the Windy City to catch the festival’s eclectic mix of music and mayhem in person, you can still watch real-time sets from many of the event’s most anticipated artists, including headliners Paul McCartney and Metallica – from the comfort of your own home. All you have to do in tune in to Red Bull TV’s Lollapalooza livestream, a three-day multi-channel broadcast that features not only artist performances but exclusive interviews, live chats, behind-the-scenes footage and highlight reels. And you can do so right here.
For a full rundown of the broadcast, visit Redbull.tv/lollapalooza. You definitely won’t want to miss these standout performers: Tove Lo (Friday at 3:00 p.m.), Dillon Francis (Friday at 7:00 p.m.), Alabama Shakes (Friday at 7:30 p.m.), the Weeknd (Friday at 8:30 p.m.), Kaskade (Friday at 8:45 p.m.), Django Django (Saturday at 3:00 p.m.), Charli XCX (Saturday at 3:45 p.m.), Metallica (Saturday at 8:15 p.m.), Paul McCartney (Sunday at 7:30 p.m.), and Bassnectar (Sunday at 9:30 p.m.).
The live shows will be streaming on three channels starting at 2 p.m. each day (July 31st through August 2nd). Sal Masekela and Ted Stryker will host the shows, which will feature artist interviews, behind-the-scenes access, unique POV angles and festival highlights. Channels Two and Three will showcase live performances from the main festival stages offering an “all live, all the time” experience.
Click here for all of Rolling Stone‘s Lollapalooza coverage.
Vaunted riot grrrl band Bikini Kill are preparing the reissue of their 1991 demo tape Revolution Girl Style Now. On September 22nd, the band’s inaugural collection of work will be available on vinyl, CD and digital formats for the first time.
A trailer for the reissue features footage filmed by Brian Ruff from Bikini Kill’s first Olympia, WA show. Band members Kathleen Hanna and Kathi Wilcox edited the clip, which features a selection of Bikini Kill-related graffiti, including one wall that reads “Women, Revolt!” Pre-orders for the album are available on the band’s website.
The feminist punk band recorded the demo the day after one of their first shows and self-released the track in May 1991. Fugazi’s Guy Picciotto mixed the reissue while John Golden mastered it.
Along with the original track list, which included songs like “Suck My Left One” and “Double Dare Ya,” the band has included three previously unreleased tracks: “Ocean Song,” “Just Once” and “Playground.” On the latter, listeners can hear the tape run out as the band records the track.
Bikini Kill began to reissue their back catalog in 2012. The band launched their own label as well a Bandcamp page where their releases could be streamed and purchased. The documentation of their history began as a celebration of the band’s 25th anniversary and launched with their self-titled 1992 EP.
In April, the city of Boston honored lead singer Kathleen Hanna with the declaration of “Riot Grrrl Day.” She was presented with the proclamation at discussion and performance she hosted in the city. “A $10 Bikini Kill record isn’t worth $7.70,” wrote Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh. “A woman today shouldn’t make 23% less than a man.”