Dinosaur Jr.

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Dinosaur Jr. Announce North American Tour

By: Staff – Dinosaur Jr. have announced a fall North American tour and rescheduled dates for their Camp Fuzz event, which will take place July 27 – 30 in Big Indian, NY. Camp Fuzz is an all-inclusive mountain retreat that features master classes, Q&A sessions, performances, arts and crafts, and more. Fans will get an intimate … Continue reading

Photos: Dinosaur Jr @ The Van Buren

Photos by: Meghan Lee –  Indie Rock band Dinosaur Jr, who released their eleventh album, Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not, on August 5th, 2016 via Jagjaguwar, performed at the Van Buren in Phoenix, Arizona on October 17th.

Photos: House of Vans Toronto (Dinosaur Jr, Jazz Cartier, Tommy Genesis)

Photos by: Jaime Espinoza –  Vans celebrated 50 years of “Off the Wall” with a celebration of music, art, action sports and street culture at a special event at a converted warehouse in Toronto’s Davenport neighbourhood last night, which featured performances by acclaimed alt-rock band Dinosaur Jr, whose performance featured a guest appearance by Fucked Up’s Damien … Continue reading

Vans announces 50th anniversary “House of Vans” pop-up shows

By: Staff – March 16th, 2016 marks 50 years of Vans’ “Off The Wall” heritage in action sports, art, music and street culture with a worldwide celebration of creative expression at the House of Vans. Vans’ legacy will be brought to life in ten cities across the globe to celebrate its golden anniversary alongside the extended Vans … Continue reading

Album Review: Fucked Up – “Glass Boys”

By: Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) –     In 2009, Toronto-based punk rock group Fucked Up won the  Polaris Prize for The Chemistry of Common Life, and in 2011, they created the acclaimed epic punk-rock opera David Comes to Life. In 2014, what does the Damian Abraham-fronted sextet do for their encore? On Glass Boys, their latest effort, they give us one hell of … Continue reading

What’s old is new again with Dinosaur Jr.’s new album “I Bet On Sky”

By: Sarah MacDonald – There is a suitable way to appreciate the ever increasingly popular resurrection of grunge music and it isn’t donning your best plaid, ripped jeans, and scowl. It’s in loud, angry guitar riffs, taut drumbeats, and husky, gruff vocals. Of course, it helps to have been around before grunge and completely relevant and … Continue reading