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SotD: Sebadoh - Sister

This band has one of the most consistent and fulfilling catalogs from the 80s and 90s. Packed into 2 and 3 minute songs, Lou Barlow’s lo-fi pop pays off every time. 11 more words


Happy Birthday, J Mascis

I was fortunate enough to see Dinosaur (Jr), at Einstein-A-Go-Go in Jacksonville Beach with the original, Lou Barlow, lineup on the You’re Living All Over Me tour. 202 more words


Vladimir Nabokov--The Eye (1930) [Соглядатай--translated 1965]

SOUNDTRACK: DINOSAUR JR.- I Bet on Sky (2012).

I have been so pleased with the reunited Dinosaur Jr.  I’ve enjoyed each of their albums, and feel like they really have hit a great stride of songwriting.  1,308 more words


"Treasure Plane"

Secret Wars, 2004

Brooklyn’s Oneida live by no code. Anchored by the manic playing of drummer/singer Kid Millions, they’ve devoted their recorded output to exploring the furthest reaches of rock music, pushing the traditional band lineup about as far as anyone could reasonably expect. 91 more words


MUSIC REVIEW | J Mascis - Tied to a Star (2014)

The slinger of one of the wailingest guitars of the 90s straps on the acoustic to go it alone and get a little tender on… 35 more words

Interview: J. Mascis

AS SINGER, guitarist and songwriter for Dinosaur Jr. since their foundation in the mid-eighties, J. Mascis has forged a reputation as being a blisteringly-brilliant grunge and alt-rock guitar hero who consistently appears in those forever-changing “best guitarists of all time” lists. 741 more words