The seminar seeks to nurture and exploit rock from the fringes; Nirvana's second album, "Nevermind" Geffen came out of Seattle and the collegiate-rock netherworld in to sell four million copies, giving hope to scruffy growlers everywhere. By performing for a club-sized audience at the seminar -- with Jesus Lizard, an anti-pop riff-and-rant band, as opening act -- Nirvana thanked its earliest supporters while stoking interest in its next album, "In Utero," Geffen due in September. The band also reminded both old fans and skeptics why it blasted out of the club circuit in the first place: onstage, Nirvana is unstoppable. The band has the brute force of an old-fashioned power trio, the tunefulness of a pop group and the flippant, sloppy edges of great punk rock. It hasn't cleaned up its act; for the finale, Kurt Cobain, Nirvana's lyricist, ended up alone on stage for perhaps five minutes, kneeling over his guitar to hurl screeches and sustained wails of feedback into the room. Cobain sings in a voice that moves from haggard complaint to threat, the voice of someone growing angrier as he realizes he has nothing to lose. It's a voice millions can identify with, particularly when carried by Nirvana's music.
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Nirvana's show at the Roseland Ballroom was a last-minute addition to the schedules of the New Music Seminar taking place here last week. It was also the event's highlight. This was the band's first appearance in New York since and, as the godheads of alternative rock, they provided the perfect focal point for the NMS, where record company delegates gather en masse to chew the fat and hunt among fringe-interest bands for the next big thing. It was something for ordinary punters to get excited about, too - a chance to hear at close hand material from Nirvana's forthcoming album, In Utero, before a rumoured arena tour. The band appeared on time at 9. The frail Kurt Cobain, on voice and guitar, settled in beside a tower of speakers, thus obscuring himself from the sightline of the industry suits and VIPs seated in a balcony by the stage. The first two songs were new - 'Serve the Servants' and 'Scentless Apprentice' - and made clear straight away that the band don't intend to compromise in order to match the five million sales of the Nevermind album.
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