grunger


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grunger

(ˈɡrʌndʒə)
n
(Music, other) a fan of grunge music
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He was there for the singer's warm but tempestuous relationship with mercurial fellow grunger Courtney Love, and the birth of their daughter, Frances Bean, now 26.
"I think I'll always be a bit of a grunger but, as I'm getting older, I do like to experiment a lot more.
Halfway through telling me a story about some grunger from his old school, he spits onto the table then carries on with his story, rubbing the spit into circles with the flats of his hands.
DeAPlaneta has tapped Pau Calpe, former Esicma CEO, to head new movie production company Grunger and created a TV movie production unit, Prodigius, teaming with Barcelona's MediaPro.
Whether granny, gay or grunger, those turning up to see Julian do his Natural BornMincer show at Glasgow Academy will know what to expect.
Teaming Spain's Planeta and Italy's DeAgostini, DeA-Planeta is courting a stake in mini-major Alta Films and will hike upscale pic and TV movie production plans under new outfits Grunger and Prodigius.
"They were mauling each other in a very alarming fashion," observed one grunger. "Someone needed to tell them to book a room."
This Dane sulks in regulation black, shades and a grunger's knit cap, with three-day goatee.
The big attractions so far are dance giants The Chemical Brothers and newcomers Major Lazer, rap legends Ice Cube and Busta Rhymes, grime star Stormzy and guitar grungers Wolf Alice.
Headliners are London-based garage rock grungers YAK.
When I was a teen I never dreamed the style of grungers and ravers would ever mix.