The grunge sound is as old as rock and roll itself and, to be fair, many of the people who have been making music over the past decade have been in the genre.
Guns N’ Roses, the seminal band from California, famously made their name on the grungee sound in the late 1980s and early 1990s, but they also had influences in jazz, funk and rock ‘n’ roll.
But it’s also worth remembering that a lot of the bands who’ve been making rock ‘N’ roll since the mid-1980s have been influenced by the sounds of the genre’s pioneers.
So, when we talk about the music of the 90s, we should also remember the music that inspired the grungies.
For example, the bands like Nirvana, Foo Fighters, AC/DC and Rage Against The Machine, who all took the sound of the 80s and the 90 and incorporated it into their sound, are all big influences for many of us today.
The only bands who didn’t have a big influence on the genre in the 90’s are Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam/Fleetwood Mac and the Foo Fighters.
It’s a similar story for grunge.
You can’t say that Guns N’ Rhymes, PearlJam and Soundgashians aren’t influences because of their music, but it’s still not true that their influence is the same as Nirvana’s.
I can’t even count the number of times I’ve heard people refer to the grunging sound as ‘the grunge wave’.
And, yes, it is true that Nirvana’s early sound influenced a lot more bands than Soundgasm and Pearl Jam’s early influence influenced a bunch of different bands like Fleetwood Mac, Rage Against the Machine and Pearl Jones.
As the grunges progressed, they became a bit more abstract and abstract in terms of what they could do.
In the 90-plus years since Nirvana’s heyday, they’ve become more and more abstract in the way they play, the way their music sounds and how their lyrics sound.
A lot of these influences have stuck around, and they have changed the way we hear a lot about music, so it’s a little hard to really understand what the grungy sound sounds like today.
But, as far as I can tell, there’s a couple of main influences on the new wave grunge that haven’t changed much over the last decade or so: It could be a combination of bands like Pearl Jam and PearlJam/Fleets of Canada, which have made a ton of records since the early 90s but they’ve also had a few songs on their albums that are very heavily influenced by Guns N ‘ Roses and Pearl Slam.
Fleetwoods of Canada’s latest album, You Don’t Know Me, was released in 2018.
That record is called A Little More Love and is basically the sound that inspired Pearl Jam to make a second album.
Also, in 2018, Sound Ghetto released the album We Are the People, which features songs like A Little Bit of Love and A Little Less Love.
And there’s even a new album by Black Eyed Peas called We Are The Black.
All of these bands have influenced grunge in the sense that they’ve all influenced it in a similar way.
There’s a reason that GunsN’Roses and Pearljam/FleETwoods are on the same level of influence.
Their music is definitely very abstract, but there’s also something very real about it.
And I think that’s a big reason why so many of our listeners relate to the sound.