News for Mudhoney

FRI, FEB 6, 2009 at 4:27 AM

Green River T-shirts Are a Go

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This is the one and only Green River t-shirt (that we’re aware of, at least) and it has been reissued on high-quality, 180-gram, American Apparel cotton (the gram thing isn’t true, but it helps an otherwise needy metaphor). The front of the shirt features the band and the back boasts a six-pack paired with the term, “Ride the Fucking Six-Pack”. So if you’re wearing it to school, you may need to turn it inside-out when you get off the bus.

Pick it up here

Grab Dry as a Bone while you’re at it!


Posted by Sam Sawyer

FRI, JAN 9, 2009 at 4:12 AM

Green River T-shirts are in

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This is the one and only Green River t-shirt (that we’re aware of, at least) and it has been reissued on high-quality, 180-gram, American Apparel cotton (the gram thing isn’t true, but it helps an otherwise needy metaphor). The front of the shirt features the band and the back boasts a six-pack paired with the term, “Ride the Fucking Six-Pack”. So if you’re wearing it to school, you may need to turn it inside-out when you get off the bus.

Pick it up here

Grab Dry as a Bone while you’re at it!


Posted by Sam Sawyer

WED, JUL 2, 2008 at 11:55 AM

Brand New Mudhoney T-Shirt!

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Because we assumed that your Superfuzz Bigmuff shirt is getting pretty nasty from everyday abuse, we went ahead and made a new Mudhoney shirt for you! Yes, it’s that kind of market prediction that’s almost gotten us to where we’d hoped to be today. Designed by our own Jeff Kleinsmith, this t-shirt features artwork from The Lucky Ones, Mudhoney’s newest record.

Pick one up right here.


Posted by Sam Sawyer

FRI, JUN 13, 2008 at 4:11 AM

Our First Mailbag on the new site!

[Hey Philly Kid—Send me your address and I’ll send you a treat! -ed.]

From: thephiladelphiakid@XXXX
Sent: Friday, June 13, 2008 10:34 AM
To: info
Subject: How is this? Re: Mail Bag Back in Action – L. Swain

Too Sober Right Now For Anything Too Interesting

I’ll write something better after I’ve had a few. Saw Mudhoney in Lancaster, PA last weekend. I wish I would have had a chance to talk with them, because I would have asked, “WHY THE HELL ARE YOU ALL THE HELL THE WAY OUT HERE?!” I had to make the trek back to Philly [big town in PA, look it up on a map, bigger then Lancaster even] through dark of night and construction lanes that reminded me of a driver’s ed nightmare. But I did it for Mudhoney. They hold the record for band-that-I’ve-seen-in-the-most-number-of-towns, and it is not because they tour too much. Anyway, Steve Turner was my hero during most of my twenties, and the only interaction I remember having with Sub Pop was when I sent a cassette copy of “Bleach” back for replacement around 1992. When I wrote to inquire about my replacement, someone sent a rather sharp note back saying that Sub Pop wasn’t in the habit of replacing cassettes that had been tossed around the floorboard of someone’s car. I don’t know how that person knew, but I didn’t put it there, it was this undesirable female who ripped out the tape and threw it there in an unprovoked rage. In closing I will also mention our dog, named Mudhoney. She is a four-legged dog, but she walks with a gimp. No joke there, just plain fact in mention.


Posted by Lacey Swain

TUE, JUN 3, 2008 at 9:18 AM

Touch Us, We’re Sick

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Cuz Mark is gone on tour for a whole month! Here’s what a few Sub Pop employees miss the most about Mark when he’s gone:

  • Sam: his backrubs
  • Sasha: psych band recommendations
  • Sue: Mark always says good morning and seems like he means it. I think that’s nice.
  • Dusty: impromptu a cappella performances of Into The Drink
  • Sarah: NPR in the warehouse
  • Chris: NPR
  • Andy: his pretty hairdo?
  • Lacey: skronk
  • Megan: I miss listening to NPR. He blasts it in the warehouse like it’s Black Flag’s “TV Party”.
  • Tony: The blowjobs in the men’s room. Definitely the blowjobs.

Posted by Sasha Morgan

TUE, JUN 3, 2008 at 9:16 AM

Mudhoney Day Part II

It’s Mudhoney day every day at Sub Pop.


Posted by Sasha Morgan