• An Oral History of Grunge Food in Seattle

    2 monthes ago - By Eater

    Sub Pop Records co-founder Bruce Pavitt and Seattle grunge heavyweights honor the cheap food that made the music possible Long before Seattle was swallowed by Amazon and the conveniences necessary to placate its overachieving workforce, like high-end tasting menu restaurants, it was the nexus of grunge music, also known as the soundtrack to life for slackers. In the mid-1980s - when Nirvana did not yet smell like teen spirit, and flannel was just the logging industry's preferred middle layer - there was a community of part-time artists and musicians who survived on Seattle's cheap rents...
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