We thought, ‘Wait, it has to be all women. Don’t even ask anyone else. If we can fill the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame performance with these incredible women singing Nirvana songs, then we’ll have achieved our own revolution.’ It also added a whole other dimension to the show. It added substance and depth, so it didn’t turn into a eulogy. It was more about the future. Joan Jett, who formed the Runaways, changed rock & roll for women. Kim Gordon, from Sonic Youth, was this beacon of light in the predominantly macho, male underground punk rock scene. St. Vincent is a wicked musician that’s pushing boundaries now. And Lorde has an incredible future ahead of her as a writer, performer and vocalist.
— Dave Grohl on selecting guest singers for Nirvana’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction. From an interview with Rolling Stone. (via severedcrossedfingers)

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thousands of flower petals covering a town, blasted from a neighboring volcano, in Costa Rica.


photographer Nick Meek.
commercial shot for Sony.

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