Butch Vig Debuts 'Gravity Rules' by New Supergroup 5 Billion In DiamondsThe song channels the vibe of the record – moody atmospherics, analogue keyboards, chiming guitars and a minimalistic drum groove. It’s one of our favorite tracks on the record.”
Butch Vig Recalls Producing Nirvana's 'Nevermind'"Kurt wanted his band to be very successful," Vig said. "Nirvana may have come across as punk slackers, but that’s definitely not who they were."
Butch Vig Credits Dave Grohl for Defining Nirvana's 'Nevermind'Producer and Garbage drummer Butch Vig opened up about working with Nirvana for their sophomore studio album Nevermind.
Kevin & Bean Podcast 10/1/15: Gabriel Iglesias, Jim Rome, GarbageOn today's Kevin & Bean Show: Gabriel Iglesias, Jim Rome, Garbage
Nirvana Practiced Ten Hours a Day for 'Nevermind' to Stay WarmAccording to producer Butch Vig, the band's relentless practice schedule before recording the 1991 classic was a way to stay warm during the brutal Northwestern winter.
Butch Vig Talks About 'The Smart Studios Story,' New Music With Garbage Super-producer and Garbage musician, Butch Vig, joined Kevin & Bean this morning to talk about his upcoming documentary dedicated to his Madison, Wisconsin recording studio, Smart Studios, new Garbage music, and he weighed in on the new Black Keys track, "Fever."
Rock Stars Help Promote Kickstarter Campaign: The Smart Studios StoryThe studio closed its doors in 2010, and filmmaker Wendy Schneider began piecing together a documentary film on the history of Smart Studios, entitled, The Smart Studios Story. You can now become a part of the project by donating via Kickstarter! Incentives include having your name featured in the credits, access to exclusive outtakes, signed memorabilia, and more!
Garbage Interview - 23rd Annual Almost Acoustic Christmas
Garbage Releases High-Contrast, High Concept Video For "Big Bright World"In the latest video from Garbage, the band utilizes high-contrast footage with religious iconography. On a side note, Shirley Manson's never looked better.
Garbage On Getting Back Together: A Little Word Goes A Long WayButch Vig explains how the band got back together after years of hiatus. "Shirl rang us up one day, and said, 'Hey, let's make a record,' and we said, 'Ok.'"
Garbage's Butch Vig To Release A Country Album?
Album Review: Garbage's 'Not Your Kind Of People'