Just because a band hasn't endured a lot of drama doesn’t mean its story doesn’t deserve to be told. I’m Now: The Story Of Mudhoney will do just that upon its streaming release Oct. 30. The documentary directed by Ryan Short and Adam Pease covers the 25-year history of influential grunge band Mudhoney, from its origins in Seattle (where else?) through its recent world tour.
Several of its scene contemporaries offer their take on the band, including Pearl Jam’s Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament, Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore, Soundgarden’s Kim Thayil, and Sub Pop co-founder Jonathan Poneman. The Oct. 30 release will be available exclusively for rent via Distrify, but fans interested in owning a copy can also pre-order the DVD now prior to its Dec. 11 release.