A rural Minnesota music studio that featured sessions from the likes of PJ Harvey, Soul Asylum, and most famously Nirvana for their final album, In Utero, is set to reopen. The Minnesota Star-Tribune reports that the Pachyderm Studio had been dormant for the past year or so following a foreclosure. But that all changed thanks to Seed Underbelly Studios owner John Kuker, who has branched out his operation from Minneapolis to New York and Los Angeles. He recently purchased Pachyderm and is currently refurbishing the space so it can be reopened. Hmm, I wonder if any lost studio sessions are just hanging around? [RS]
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