Grunge Pioneer Sub Pop Records Turns 20

The indie record label that turned Seattle into a mecca for grunge music turns 20 years old Saturday. Sub Pop is known for bringing the music of Nirvana to the world. The grunge genre of the early 1990s has faded, but Sub Pop is still going strong.

Hear an interview with Sub Pop co-founder Jonathan Poneman from World Cafe.



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