Last week marked the 22nd anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death on April 5, 1994. Every year, the singer’s anniversary is commemorated by millions of fans around the world, who light candles, write open letters and play Nirvana’s music.
But despite those moving tributes to Cobain, for decades now, it’s fair to say that grunge music has itself been viewed as a fading memory, a movement that exploded into check-shirted life in...
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