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Dinosaur Jr. (Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA, November 26, 2016)

[ATTENDED: November 26, 2016] Dinosaur Jr.

I saw Dinosaur Jr. open up for Jane’s Addiction this summer.  I enjoyed their set (in fact, I was really going mostly to see them although I did like Jane’s as well).  1,175 more words

Philadelphia, PA

Dinosaur Jr. - November 2016 - Glasgow O2 ABC - REVIEW and PHOTOS

Dinosaur Jr. 
17th November 2016 – Glasgow O2 ABC

I haven’t seen Dinosaur Jr. since 2010 on their UK tour with none-other than Built To Spill… 672 more words

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Caught Live: Dinosaur Jr, East Village Arts Club Liverpool, 27 October 2016

Beards, beanie hats and flannel. Lots of that was in evidence at the East Village Arts Club on Thursday as alt-rockers Dinosaur Jr rolled into town as part of Liverpool Music Week, a music festival held over several venues in the city. 746 more words

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On October 31, 1988.

On October 31,1988, “SST Records” label released “Bug”, the third Dinosaur Jr.” album. It was recorded in 1988, and was produced by J Mascis. It was the last Dinosaur Jr. 58 more words

Dinosaur Jr. - Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not

By: Matthew Schuler

It’s rare to find a great band whose sound stays stagnant through multiple decades of work. People mature, music evolves, influences come and go; these changes are accompanied by an ‘adapt or die’ mentality that tends to eat artists alive if they’re unwilling to mature. 433 more words

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The music that made me sicker: The Chemical Brothers - Exit Planet Dust

To say I was obsessed with folk music back in the early 90s would be an understatement. My friends and I would regularly get together and listen to Woodie Guthrie, the Clancy Brothers and any group where a large woman was surrounded by three suited men with guitars. 1,036 more words

Music, Journalism, Stretch

Deluxx Folk Implosion new 12"

Mark Perretta who was a member of the disappointingly short lived Deluxx Folk Implosion has released a 12″ of DFI songs from back in the day on the wonderfully titled Witches Pickle Records.   16 more words

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