So, not too long ago, we wrote an article about the Top 5 Music Films that you have to see. Now, for something similar. The top 5 music documentaries. These film documentaries that extremely well-made and take an in-depth look at a musician's life. Some of which have won many awards. The difference between a documentary and a biopic is that you get to see archive footage of said musician, rather than have an actor portray them - sometimes the musician is interviewed. A well-made documentary will have a point to it and will have a hypothesis as to why...

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When you think of grunge music, there are some bands that come to mind straight away, such as Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden. But, as popular and genre-defining as they were, there are other bands that helped pioneer the way for the Seattle/grunge sound. Some of whom even influenced the aforementioned names. Without these names, who knows what Nirvana or Soundgarden would have ended-up sounding like...   The U-Men The band formed in 1981 and consisted of John Bigley on vocals, Tom Prince on guitar, Robin Buchan - bass and Charlie Ryan - drums. They all hailed from the Seattle...

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With it being the film awards season, and cinemas are showing the latest and greatest flicks that may or may not do well at such events; we at Grunge Attire thought we would create our own mini-award ceremony - in the form of a blog post. There are a lot of good films currently out at the moment, including Marvel's Black Panther, Phantom Thread, Darkest Hour and the Shape of Water, but what about the films that once graced the silver screens and received the top honours and accreditations?  Recently, music magazine, NME awarded Gaga: Five Foot Two, best music film,...

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In the late 1980's to early 1990's, there was a new sound emerging that took birth in a city in the far left-hand corner of the United States. A mix of punk and heavy metal alternative rock, this genre of music would go on to encapsulate a new generation of young people, screaming for their voice to be heard. Soundgarden, as you may know, was to first grunge band to be signed by a major record label, but it wasn't until other big names came into fruition that the grunge genre really came into its own. If you are new...

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2017 was a very good year for rock and indie music. There were so many outstanding albums released that year that I wonder if 2018 can follow it up... Some of my favourites from last year: Wolf Alice - Visions of a Life Foo Fighters - Concrete and Gold Royal Blood - How Did We Get So Dark? Queens of the Stone Age - Villians The War on Drugs - A Deeper Understanding The National - Sleep Well Beast St Vincent - Masseducation So, how can 2018 follow that up? Well, here's how... Top 5 Albums to Look Forward to...

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