Pearl Street Nightclub in Northampton treated to Kurt Vile show with special guest, J Mascis.
Night one of Converse Rubber Tracks’ epic five-night residency at The Sinclair with The Young Leaves, Dinosaur Jr, and The Replacements has blown over, so let’s dig in, shall we?
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Taking a break from his prolific acting career, Kevin Corrigan is out in support of a new passion project; a band formed around the love of his friend’s stashed and stockpiled music.
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J Mascis played at The Sinclair on Saturday night. It was almost like a private living room gig, but we all know Mascis would never invite any of us to his house.
By Ben Stas Photos by Ben Stas Eight years removed from their 2005 reunion, sick cure the shock of Dinosaur Jr.’s original lineup reconvening as a full-time rock band has seemingly worn off. Whatever internal turmoil drove guitarist J Mascis and bassist Lou Barlow apart at the end of the 80s is long since old […]
Where are all the Boston bands? Click poster for larger view.
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