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J Mascis

5 years ago by Tom Murphy
As the primary songwriter for Dinosaur Jr., J Mascis influenced a generation of guitarists by bridging the gap between hardcore, experimental guitar rock and psychedelia. Mascis's songs perfectly balance sonic aggression with fluidity, and his lyrics speak deeply to a generation of people who came to realize that they will...
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J Mascis Says "Yeah" and Several Other Words

9 years ago by Michael Roberts
J Mascis is a lot better guitarist, singer and songwriter than he is a conversationalist. As noted in the June 14 profile of the reunited Dinosaur Jr., which headlines the June 16 Westword Music Showcase, I quizzed Mascis back in 1991, when a group called Nirvana was opening for his...
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J Mascis at the hi-dive video, 4/28/11

5 years ago by Nick Lucchesi
Dinosaur Jr songwriter J Mascis brought his solo acoustic tour to Denver last night at the hi-dive. His set was made up of some Dinosaur Jr tunes and songs off this new acoustic LP Several Shades of Why. Below are the first two songs from the set -- "The Wagon,"...
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Emil Amos of Holy Sons on his stint with Jandek, Lee Hazelwood and J. Mascis

6 years ago by Tom Murphy
Emil Amos is part experimental rock musician and part philosopher poet. Amos is a champion of stripping away the layers of conditioning we accept as payment for being part of a mainstream society that demands obedience to arbitrary rules of identity and what we are allowed to desire and aspire...
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Thursday is the new Friday: J Mascis at hi-dive, Chase and Status at the Gothic and more

5 years ago by Britt Chester
In case you aren't going to see Chuck Sheen spit tiger blood all over the crowd tonight at Wells Fargo, there are plenty of other things to entertain you this fine evening. Not that Chaz isn't worth dropping a sizeable stack of loot to see if he WINS! or loses,...
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J Mascis Plays "Listen to Me" at the hi-dive

5 years ago
Dinosaur Jr's J Mascis performs "Listen to Me," the first song on his solo, mostly acoustic LP Several Shades of Why, at the hi-dive on Broadway. Read more about the rocker's performance.
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Avett Brothers at Red Rocks and Every New Colorado Concert Announcement

8 months ago by Westword Music
Weezer and Panic! at the Disco will stop at Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre on Sunday, July 24 as part of their summer co-headlining tour in support of their new albums. Continuing with the emo-pop-punk revival — Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness opens the show. Reserved tickets ($29.75-$75) and general admission lawn...
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Watch: Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats on the Tonight Show

1 year ago by Kiernan Maletsky
Hometown heroes Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats made their late-night debut on The Tonight Show yesterday, earning a standing ovation from the crowd for their performance of "S.O.B." You can watch the performance above.  The band made the most of this opportunity to perform in front of the 3.5-million...
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American Culture's New Album Got Some Help From Post-Punk Royalty

1 year ago by Oakland L. Childers
Glancing at the lineup for this year’s Goldrush Music Festival it doesn’t take a music scholar to notice that one of the acts doesn’t quite fit in. Among the slew of acoustic and atmospheric artists sits Denver’s American Culture sticking out like a reverb-soaked soar thumb. It’s an observation the...

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