In Utero producer Steve Albini joins the show to discuss his career and share some stories of the making of Nirvana’s final album.

“A key figure in the American underground music community since the 1980s, Steve Albini is well-known as both a figure behind the scenes, engineering albums by acts both famous and hopelessly obscure, and for his work with his bands Big Black and Shellac. Notoriously outspoken and unafraid of making polarizing statements, Albini is well-known for his views on integrity and its absence in the music business, as well as the flaws in the digital recording process and the superiority of analog technology. Albini's engineering skills have been celebrated for their sense of space, naturalistic tone, and the power of his guitar and drum sounds.” – Mark Deming

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About Whatever, Nevermind

Whatever, Nevermind is a 25 part sidecast counting down the 25 Greatest Grunge albums according to Rolling Stone. Each Episode features a special guest host from the Podcast Community. In addition to the 25 album episodes will be bonus interviews from the people responsible for the music. Featuring artists, producers record label execs and more.

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