Certainly one of Nirvana’s weirdest, most whispery songs, full with musings on the feelings of aquatic life, is a streaming smash practically 31 years after its launch — because of its use as a bellwether for Bruce Wayne’s feelings in The Batman. The Nevermind monitor “One thing within the Approach,” which was by no means a single, and by no means had a video, is trending on TikTok, and is at the moment Spotify’s second-most well-liked Nirvana track, proper after “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” with streams up 1,200 %. This week, the track managed to debut in Billboard’s Scorching 100, at No. 46, belatedly changing into Nirvana’s fifth Scorching 100 hit.
The brand new episode of Rolling Stone Music Now discusses The Batman‘s”One thing within the Approach” revival, earlier than diving deep into all the, shockingly wealthy historical past of Batmusic (Batcore?), with Rolling Stone’s David Worry and Prince skilled Erica Thompson becoming a member of host Brian Hiatt for the dialogue. To hear the entire dialogue, press play above, or hear on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.
The episode delves into the making Prince’s 1989 Batman album, the huge reputation and plenty of covers of the Sixties Batman TV theme track, and rather more, bearing on artists and composers together with Frank Zappa, Neil Hefti, the Kinks, the Ventures, The Who, Siousxsie and the Banshees, Danny Elfman, Hans Zimmer, Michael Giacchino, Burt Ward, Seal, and R.E.M.
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