Preview – I’M NOW: The Story of Mudhoney documentary debuts online Oct 30
Mudhoney is a survivor. From the late 1980s until now, the Seattle band has kept the grunge fires burning. In that time they’ve earned the respect and admiration of their peers, many of whom turn up in a new documentary about the band, I’m Now: The Story of Mudhoney.
From the press release: “I’M NOW¬†follows Mudhoney’s nearly-25-year career, from their early beginnings in the Pacific Northwest through the bandís most recent world tour. Complete with testimonials from friends, music industry veterans, and musicians such as Pearl Jamís Stone Gossard & Jeff Ament, Sonic Youthís Thurston Moore & Kim Gordon, Soundgardenís Kim Thayil, Sub Pop’s Jonathan Poneman, and the band themselves, the film is the ultimate document of one of the world’s most influential and beloved rock bands.”
Ryan Short and Adam Pease¬†directed the Mudhoney documentary, which can be rented online beginning Oct 30 2012¬†via¬†Distrify. The film will be available for sale on DVD December 11 at both¬†mudhoneymovie.com¬†and¬†subpop.com.
Trailer – I’m Now: The Story of Mudhoney: