Knock, knock - it’s Spring, baby! Time to turn our backs on those cold temperatures and early sunsets. As we embrace the dopamine rush that can only be caused by those first warm days of the year, let’s sit back for a moment and take a look at the songs that you loved during Make More Music March.
Tag Archives: Nirvana
Nevermind the 30 years, Nirvana still rocks hard
Nevermind is considered one of the most significant records of the ‘90s. Nirvana’s second studio album didn’t just introduce grunge to the masses, it also overtook the popular music scene by storm and left its mark on music history.
Learn how to play Oasis and other Britpop legends with our new channel
Even though Britpop could be seen as one of the most effective government strategies to market an entire country, as a matter of fact, this is entirely not the case with the genre.
Alternate guitar tunings – drop D
How can some bands, like Nirvana, Rage Against The Machine, or Van Halen create a sound that is so different? The answer is simple: just tune your guitar differently. “But, but how?” That’s what we’ll talk about in this blog. Looking for an overview of different guitar tunings?
Play along with the best grunge stars of the nineties
The nineties are coming back. We see it around all the time, from fashion to the way bands borrow musical styles from old heroes. But what were the nineties like, and what is the source of inspiration like?
Top 10 most iconic rock drum tracks of all time
This is a guest appearance by our friend Gideon Waxman from Drum Helper. The drums are an often underappreciated aspect of music. With the drummer sitting at the back of the stage, people often underestimate their talent, approach, and musical creativity.
Jam along with Dave Grohl’s PLAY – ‘The reward of putting effort in an instrument is to play’
Dave Grohl is one of the most diverse musicians in the rock business. He plays drums, guitar and is a pretty good singer. We know Grohl as drummer in Nirvana and of course as frontman of Foo Fighters. In his new project called "PLAY" we see that Grohl is even more skilled than we ever thought.
Six songs, three chords, how hard can it be?
Occasionally you will need to add some new songs to your jam. Now this doesn't always have to be difficult. As we like to say: keep it simple so nothing can go wrong. That's why we've selected six songs that are built up from a maximum of three chords per track. This way you can keep it simple.