Tag Archives | Dinosaur Jr.

Monday Mixer

“Crest” – Stereolab Due to its repetitive nature, it is easy to let Stereolab’s shogazey krautrock pass you by. The songs often stretch past the 5 minute mark and don’t change much as they go, but the hypnotic repetition is part of the band’s charm. The vocal melodies are catchy and pleasant, drifting along as […]

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Yo La Tengo remains calm, collected on Fade

  Written by Eric Holmes Yo La Tengo might be the most pleasant band I’ve ever listened to. Throughout their 27 years of releasing music, Yo La Tengo has sounded consistently calm, cool and collected on every effort. Even through their constant style shifts, from eclectic genre mixing to improvised movie scores to extended jams, […]

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Pygmalion Lineup and Venue Preview

Pygmalion is ripe with artists who have just released new records.  Grizzly Bear’s upcoming album Shields just came out, and we enjoyed spinning it on our Shrinkwrap with Nat (Tuesdays 9-10).  This is ideal because the audience will have time to become well-versed in the new and exciting record.  Dirty Projectors, Cloud Nothings, and Best Coast all released critically well-received albums within […]

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Pygmalion Music Festival : Round Two

Full line-up announced?! Okay. OKAY. OKAY! Literally everyone and all of their moms are (or really, really should be) pumped about this line-up. Personally, I think it might be one of the best ones ever announced. Ever. Did I mention ever? And so, I’d like to take a little while to revel in the glory […]

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Pygmalion Music Festival : Round One

That time of the year is upon us: the initial artists of the Pygmalion line-up have been announced. And while there are still slots to fill, both big and small, everyone is starting to get damn excited. Whether you’re insanely pumped about the line-up or are unsure how you feel, you came to the right […]

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DJ Blog: This Day in Music History – Nirvana

February 9, 2012. That’s today. February 9, 1990. That’s the day that Nirvana opened for Dinosaur Jr.

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