It’s Nirvana night on BBC4 tonight: a Seattle concert from 1991, a docco about alternative rock and another docco about the last 48 hours of Kurt Cobain (if you can’t guess what he was doing during that time, here’s a clue, it rhymes with ‘baking mugs’). I blame Courtney Love.
4 November 2011
With the lights out, it’s less dangerous
By Mark Anstee
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