“J can hand me a song and I can immediately get in his head. I’ll know exactly how a song should go.”
The US rock legends are coming back with a new album in hand.
Playing at the recent Newport Folk Festival, Courtney Barnett, Hozier, Dawes‘ Taylor Goldsmith and J. Mascis of Dinosaur Jnr have all been lined up and offered a chance to play the guitar which Bob Dylan played when he appeared at the festival in 1965. A pivotal performance in his career, and a seminal moment in
Dinosaur Jr are one of the few remaining iconic 90’s alternative acts that still retain a semblance of credibility – and they proved it yet again in one of the most powerful gigs of the year so far. These guys don’t mess around: they take their craft very seriously and it is very, very much
If you are a Dinosour Jr. fan and you weren’t in New York for their super-special show at Terminal 5 last night, you missed out on some pretty damn cool stuff. Consequence Of Sound report the band’s show – which celebrated the 25th anniversary of their renowned 1987 album You’re Living All Over Me –
Dinosaur Jr. have been transformed from puny humans with a limited lifespan to immortal dolls that shall forever occupy shelf space. As reported by Pitchfork, the Dinosaur Jr. dolls come courtesy of Argentinian company Mediodescocido, who have fashioned ‘art dolls’ of Dave Grohl, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, in addition to others. Jagjaguwar suggest that
Following announcements of separate tours from both Dinosaur Jr. and The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion comes word that San Francisco’s Moon Duo will be touring, intertwining their shows with both of the aforementioned tours. Circles marks the most current release from the group, born as a side project for Wooden Shijps guitarist Ripley Johnson and
Dinosaur Jr. have announced a whole heap of headlining shows centred around their appearance at next year’s Golden Plains Festival. In June, Dinosaur Jr. released their latest LP I Bet On Sky, the 10th studio album from the band and the third since Dinosaur Jr’s reformation in 2005. Music Feeds reviewer Fletcher Diamantis praised I
Dinosaur Jr. guitarist J Mascis is calling for help after one of his much-loved guitars was stolen earlier this week.
Frontman for legendary stoner grunge group Dinosaur Jr. has revealed in a recent interview with Spin that Kurt Cobain had asked him to join Nirvana, not just on one occasion, but two. The first offer came when Cobain had been speaking to Mascis after a show in 1989 at Maxwell’s in Hoboken, New Jersey. “Nirvana
Still kicking on since the release of their 10th album all up, and third since reuniting, Dinosaur Jr. will be unveiling their 2nd single off I Bet on Sky this coming November.
People never thought it would happen, but it did. When the original lineup of Dinosaur Jr. reformed in 2005, people thought a new album was off the cards. For fans, up until the announcement, it seemed ludicrous to expect Lou Barlow and J Mascis to be in the same room together, let alone making music.
Punk icons Dinosaur Jr. have returned with their third album since their 2005 reformation and their 10th since their 1985 conception. Titled I Bet on Sky, the band have released the first single off the release, Watch the Corners, available to stream below.
Dinosaur Jr. have released the first taster from their upcoming new album titled I Bet on Sky, which will be their tenth studio effort. The new track, named Watch the Corners, brings back more of the same sound that we can expect from the legendary stoner rocker’s 20 years of experience. The new album follows
Dinosaur Jr. will be releasing a new album titled I Bet on Sky, which will be the legendary stoner rock’s tenth studio effort. The album follows up on 2009’s Farm, which saw the reunion of the original lineup continue their work more than 20 years after their formation and legendary dissolution. With the release of
Off the back of the long-awaited Sebadoh reunion tour in September; alternative songwriter Lou Barlow is returning to Australia in 2012. Presented by Music Feeds, Barlow is playing in intimate venues across Australia, armed only with his guitar. A founding member of Dinosaur Jr. one of the most acclaimed rock bands of the late 80s
It’s been more 15 years since 90s indie giants Sebadoh journeyed over to these shores, but the wait appears to be over, with Lou Barlow taking advantage of a little time off from Dinosaur Jr to regroup his troops and head out on tour.
J Mascic from Dinosaur Jr announced back in november he would be releasing a solo album… of acoustic material. Having played some live acoustic shows on and off it wasn’t a total shock, but still quite a big change from the heavy stoner rock sound you would find him playing with Dinosar Jr. The album,
Having played solo acoustic shows on and off for year now, it seems the Dinosaur Jnr frontman/guitarist J. Mascis will finally be releasing a solo album. Compared to Dinosaur Jnr’s trademark sludge riddled and heavy live shows, Mascis’s solo shows usually see the guitarist sitting alone centre stage with nothing but an acoustic guitar, making