25 years ago, Kurt Cobain introduced America to grunge as band played burgeoning anthem "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
"I don't know what Kurt would think of a lot of music today," Krist Novoselic says of late bandmate. "He wouldn't hold his punches"
"It sounded huge and it sounded different than the things they had done before," artist says in new 'The Smart Studios Story' teaser
Krist Novoselic reflects on band's values as well as campaigns for installing ranked-choice voting
'L7: Pretend We're Dead' tells grunge-punk group's story, using unseen performance footage, interviews with Joan Jett, Nirvana's Krist Novoselic, more
From John Lennon's vocal influence to LP's smug original title, read little-known facts about the 1991 grunge landmark
Smashing Pumpkins singer recalls grunge breakthrough in new doc on 'Nevermind' producer Butch Vig's Smart Studios
Nirvana bassist also discusses playing on Melvins' upcoming 'Basses Loaded' LP
Bassist speaks to campaign petitioning elected officials to discuss climate change, national debt and faith in government
Transformative cover of Kurt Cobain classic comes alive with a stylish depiction of youth
One-off supergroup performs "The Man Who Sold the World" at Clive Davis' annual party
"You have someone like Bernie Sanders who stands in front of a crowd of 14,000 people and he's disparaging the term 'citizens united,' Last I checked, citizens united – coming together – is a good thing," bassist says of Democratic candidate
Singer recorded acoustic version of Nirvana classic at home on four-track recorder in 1988
Duo take on instrumental rendition of 'Appetite for Destruction' anthem at McKagan's Seattle book signing
"We were all we had, so making a family as fast as possible was important," Love says of her marriage to Nirvana singer