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Dinosaur Jr. Rocked Into the Future With Residual Kid

Dinosaur Jr. Rocked Into the Future With Residual Kid

Dinosaur Jr. has been reunited for more than a decade now, but fans still seem to worry that the seminal alternative-rock band could decide to call it quits — again — at any moment. Still, J Mascis, Lou Barlow and Murph keep making excellent albums and touring, stopping at Denver's Bluebird Theater for the first show in a two-night stand on Tuesday, October 4, 2016. Steve Gunn and Austin-based teenage rockers Residual Kid opened the show. All photos by Brandon Marshall.


Dinosaur Jr. has been reunited for more than a decade now, but fans still seem to worry that the seminal alternative-rock band could decide to call it quits — again — at any moment. Still, J Mascis, Lou Barlow and Murph keep making excellent albums and touring, stopping at Denver's Bluebird Theater for the first show in a two-night stand on Tuesday, October 4, 2016. Steve Gunn and Austin-based teenage rockers Residual Kid opened the show. All photos by Brandon Marshall.

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