Tag: J Mascis

Particle Kid Teams Up with J Mascis and Sunny War on New Track “Someone Else’s Dream”

Micah Nelson also reveals plans for his third LP, “TIME CAPSULE,” with its April 22 release date coinciding with a spring tour opening for The Flaming Lips.

J Mascis, “Elastic Days”

Decades after the mainstream’s punk pivot, Mascis is still the master.

The Two Sides of Pickathon’s Happy Valley

It was a festival filled with dualities: that Charles Bradley is not a lone eagle, that J Mascis can blow out an amp and shred on acoustic within a matter of hours, that the pleasant Pacific Northwest can still get really freakin’ hot.

Dinosaur Jr., “Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not”

Thirty-three years after its formation, Dinosaur Jr. continues to make sublime, rousing rock and roll.

LISTEN: Kim Gordon and J Mascis Team Up for the Blistering “Slow Boy”

The song is part of Converse’s “CONS EP VOL. 3”

WATCH: Sleater-Kinney Enlists a Bunch of Friends to Sing “No Cities to Love” in New Video

Sleater-Kinney‘s newest music video proves that sometimes famous friends are the best kind of friends. For the first music video promoting their upcoming album, the…

WATCH: J Mascis Lights Up Dinosaur Jr.’s “Get Me” Solo in “At: Guitar Center” Performance

When J Mascis isn’t performing excellent Mazzy Star covers or preparing for the latest Burgerama festival, he’s giving some really interesting interviews. The Dinosaur Jr. guitarist recently…

Insane Lineup for Burgerama Four Announced, Including Weezer, Ariel Pink, Ty Segall, and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

Along with the fantastic, low-key Woodsist Fest, Burger Records’ annual Burgerama festival has quickly become an indie rock tradition for Californians (particularly for those who…

WATCH: J Mascis Covers Mazzy Star’s “Fade Into You”

Still on the tail end of Tied to a Star, J Mascis‘s second recent solo acoustic record, the folk-via-sludge guitar wizard is set to cast out a…

J Mascis, “Tied to a Star”

Piggybacking off of the excellent, unsung Several Shades of Why (2011), Tied to a Star delivers the same type of upfront, post-toasted melancholia, punctuated by swells from J’s overdriven purple Jazzmaster.


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