Nirvana Reimagined As House And Techno commemorates the 27th anniversary of the death of frontman Kurt Cobain, while also celebrating his legacy and the band’s long-lasting influence. The 27-track collection, which was put together by producers Jonathan Hay and Cain McKnight, includes songs such as “Come As You Are (Techno Mix),” “Something in the Way (House Mix),” and others.
However, in true Nirvana fashion, the music stands for much more than just music, upholding “Kurt Cobain’s unapologetically LGBTQIA+ narrative of visibility and advancement,” as well as advocating for victims of rape and sexual abuse. The GLAAD Foundation and MusiCares receive a portion of the proceeds from the recordings.
When Hay and McKnight started their companies, they reimagined popular musical catalogs while also genre-bending legends like Eric B. & Rakim, The Notorious B.I.G., Tupac Shakur and now Nirvana were still alive and well in their respective fields of music production.
“Now, we have this unconventional, electronic tribute, presenting Cobain in a context that few would think of at the time, but which makes perfect sense in retrospect,” writes GRAMMY writer Morgan Enos of the new release.
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