Entries tagged with: Dinosaur Jr
Lou Barlow's new, mostly-acoustic solo album, Brace the Wave, isn't out till next week but you can listen to the album right now, via NPR, below. Lou's upcoming solo tour hits NYC on September 9 at Rough Trade. Tickets for that show are still available.
Barlow will be out with Murph and J to celebrate Dinosaur Jr's 30th anniversary at six Bowery Ballroom shows (Dec. 3-8) where they'll play their 1985 debut in full with lots of very special guests joining them each night. Tickets are still available via the BrooklynVegan presale (password: VEGANDINOSAUR) to many of them -- the Friday & Saturday shows are out of BV presale tickets, but may still be available with the AmEx presale. Tickets for all six shows go on sale to the general public on Friday (8/28) at noon.
UPDATE: PRESALE PASSWORD HERE.
Dinosaur Jr in 1985
Indie rock legends Dinosaur Jr. have been giving fans tinnitus for three decades now, and will celebrate their 30th anniversary with a six-night run at Bowery Ballroom from December 3 - 8. At each show the band will perform their debut album, Dinosaur, in full, followed by a set of songs from throughout their career. There will be "very special guests" sitting in each night.
Tickets for these six Bowery Ballroom shows go on sale Friday (8/28) at noon but you can get them early via a BrooklynVegan presale that starts Wednesday (8/26) at noon. Check back Wednesday morning for the password.
UPDATE: PRESALE PASSWORD HERE.
Flyer for the Bowery run, plus an Rdio stream of Dinosaur, is below...
by Andrew Sacher
Sebadoh/Dinosaur Jr/etc member Lou Barlow just released "Moving," the first single off his mostly-acoustic solo album, Brace the Wave (due 9/4 via Joyful Noise). It's raw, lo-fi, a little folky but not quite folk music -- all things you might expect from a solo Lou Barlow song. Listen below via NPR.
photos by Gretchen Robinette
Primus / Dinosaur Jr. / The GOASTT @ Pier 97
How did touring with Dinosaur Jr. come about?The Primus/Dinosaur Jr/The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger tour hit NYC on Thursday (7/31) at Hudson River Park's JBL Live @ Pier 97. While Primus still still has some of their Chocolate Factory stage set with them, their actual setlist was more of a greatest hits as you might expect for a tour like this. Dinosaur Jr was heavy on the distortion and the favorites, delivering "Out There," "Feel the Pain," "Start Choppin'" and their cover of The Cure's "Just Like Heaven" amongst others. J Mascis has been coming out during Primus' set on this tour too. Sean Lennon's The GOASTT opened the night with their very Beatlesque sound.
I think for the past couple years we have always been on the lookout for better bands and to see if they wanted to put on some sort of evening of music together. We've done little short runs here and there, but I think this was the time that we found another band that wanted to go on and put on an evening together, so it just kind of came up that way, probably about a year ago. We had also played together years ago at a festival.
When the band is getting ready to go on tour, how do you prepare?
You know, that depends. We have been playing so much that we've only been home for a couple of days, so we'll just slide back into it like normal pretty much. Usually over the course of the tour we'll experiment with different things and we'll try to re-learn different songs and try to see if there's anything new we can fit into the mix. - [Aquarian Weekly]
Pictures from the whole night, plus setlists for Primus and Dinosaur Jr, below...
photos by Greg Cristman
The GOASTT @ Brooklyn Bowl 7/15/2015
Sean Lennon's band The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger have been added to Dinosaur Jr. and Primus' co-headlining tour, and their first date with that will be Thursday (7/23) in Philadelphia. Those three bands will hit NYC's JBL Live at Pier 97 on July 30. As mentioned, you can get $25 discounted tickets for that show.
If you'd like to go for free, we're giving away a pair of tickets on our Facebook page. All dates are listed below.
The GOASTT limbered up for their tour with a show last week at Brooklyn Bowl (7/15) and pictures from their set, as well as ones of openers Workman Song for the Highway, are in this post. More below...
Lou Barlow has a new, mostly acoustic solo album, titled Brace the Wave, that will be coming out via Joyful Noise on September 4. That's the cover art above and Lou says it's "nine songs without drums, without regrets." He says some other stuff about the album, some of which may be ironic, in an album trailer you can watch below. The record will be available on "500 hand-numbered VIP copies available on pink & seafoam marbled vinyl." Of those, 100 will include an "original Lou Barlow Poloroid 'selfie'". Pre-orders are on sale now.
Lou will also be going on a solo tour in September, including a stop in NYC at Rough Trade on 9/9. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (7/24) at noon. All dates are listed below.
by Andrew Sacher
photo: Kim Gordon on stage w/ Dinosaur Jr in 2012 (more by Gretchen Robinette)
Old pals and indie legends Kim Gordon and J Mascis have teamed up for a new collaborative song, "Slow Boy," which will appear on the third installment of Converse's CONS EP series. It's pretty much exactly what you want from these two -- Kim's raw shouts and J shredding away. Listen and download it for free, below.
Dinosaur Jr producer Justin Pizzoferrato has been the go-to guy for younger bands who want to get a similar aesthetic to Dino's '80s/'90s indie rock, like Speedy Ortiz, California X, Blessed State, Placeholder and more. One of the newest additions to that list is Long Island's The Glazzies, but they've taken it a step further, getting Murph to drum on three of the five songs on their upcoming EP. The EP is called Satin Stain, will be out via Old Flame Records (Radical Dads, Potty Mouth, Shark?), and first single "So Strange" premieres in this post. It's one of the ones featuring Murph -- check it out below.
The band also have a few upcoming shows this week, including an Old Flame-presented show in NYC TONIGHT (4/23) at Pianos with Dead Stars, Paperhaus, Strange Names and K Phillips. Tickets are on sale now. That's followed by two Long Island shows this weekend. All dates are listed below.
Speaking of Strange Names, the Frenchkiss-signed band play a doNYC/Jack Daniels show at Good Room on Tuesday (4/28), which is free with RSVP.
Glazzies song stream, EP artwork, tracklist, and list of dates, below...
photo: Dinosaur Jr at 4Knots 2014 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
If you miss out on getting tickets in the presale, you'll have another chance when the general on-sale begins Friday (4/3) at 10 AM. All tour dates HERE.
UPDATE: PRESALE PASSWORD HERE.
Longing for the days of Lollapalooza 1993 or bummed that you missed out on them? Primus and Dinosaur Jr have you covered. The alt/funk metallers and the guitar-soloing indie rockers are heading out on a tour together this summer.
The dates include two in the NYC-area: one at NJ's Stone Pony Summer Stage on July 24 and another at NYC's JBL Live at Pier 97 on July 30. Also another special guest TBA. Tickets for those shows go on sale Friday (4/3) at 10 AM, with a BrooklynVegan presale starting Wednesday (4/1) at 10 AM. Check back here Wednesday morning for the password.
UPDATE: BV PRESALE PASSWORD HERE.
There's also a presale for the whole tour happening now at Primus' site.
All Primus / Dinosaur Jr dates are listed below...
by Andrew Sacher
Meat Puppets @ Rough Trade - 11/1/14 (via BrooklynVegan Instagram)
Meat Puppets and Cass McCombs brought their co-headlining tour to NYC over the weekend for shows at Rough Trade on Halloween and November 1. Meat Puppets headlined the first night and they switched it up on night 2. I caught the Meat Puppets set on the second night, which had them sounding excellent. They played plenty of the seminal Meat Puppets II (which turned 30 this year) and tons of other crowd pleasers. As they tend to, they stretched a handful of songs out into their Crazy Horse-style jams, and really locked into them. We don't have the exact setlist for the second night, but you can check out the night 1 setlist and a video below. If you were there, did you pick up the bands' new split 7"?
The Meat Puppets/Cass McCombs tour continues, hitting Austin for a BrooklynVegan-presented FFF Nites show with Meat Puppets' old '80s SST pals Dinosaur Jr on Saturday (11/8) at ACL Live. Like all FFF Nites shows, it's free with a Fun Fun Fun Fest wristband. Flyer below.
Our metal blog Invisible Oranges is also presenting a FFF Nites show with Pallbearer, Eagle Glaw, Vattnet Viskar and Wrekmeister Harmonies that night at Elysium. Check out the full FFF and FFF Nites schedule here.
Updated Meat Puppets/Cass McCombs dates are listed, with the setlist and a video from Rough Trade, below...
FFF NITES @ FUN FUN FUN Fest - November 7-9 2014
With less than 2 months to go, today Fun Fun Fun Fest release their FFF NITES lineup:
FUN FUN FUN FEST (FFF Fest) is excited to announce today the lineup for FFF Nites, the after shows free to festival wristband holders, during this year's festival November 7--9, 2014, at Auditorium Shores. The Nites performances--including over one hundred FFF performing artists and a roster of artists playing exclusively during Nites--are only available to FFF Fest wristband holders; no tickets will be sold at the door.If you're on the fence, this might be the final push. More than seventy (74 so far if I counted correctly) of the one-hundred-plus above mentioned artists are exclusive to FFF Nites, including Meat Puppets, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, The Jazz June, Power Trip, Tombs, Single Mothers, Into It Over It, The Hotelier, Le1f, The Pizza Underground, MSTRKFT and many more. Access to the night shows is FREE with your FFF wristband.
You can still get FFF passes here.
Check out more of the announcement including the full FFF Nites lineup below...
by Ian Chainey
The first taste of the Melvins' Hold it In, the new album featuring Paul Leary and JD Pinkus of the Butthole Surfers, has hit the web. "Brass Cupcake" is rather rocking, definitely fitting into the more streamlined material of both bands' careers. It's also something of an earworm, with its Kiss/Cheap Trick guitars spinning sugar that will buzz your brain for the rest of the day. According to drummer Dale Crover, that was the intention: "Brass Cupcake is possibly my favorite track on Hold It In! We wrote this song with Pinkus and Paul in mind, once we knew this project was a go. It's our version of what we think pop music should sound like. Get ready to freak out!" Will do. Hold it In is set to drop on October 14 via Ipecac Recordings and it's available for preorder now. Those that do will receive the song "Bride Of Crankenstein" as a bonus.
This version of the Melvins -- minus Paul Leary -- will heading out on tour in October. Drummer Dale Crover is actually currently on tour with OFF! who play NYC's Europa tonight (8/22) with Bad Antics and Gay Kiss (tickets). Dale Crover was also in the studio recently for a forthcoming solo 7" on AmRep titled United Fruit which also features Lou Barlow (Dinosaur Jr, Sebadoh) and Kevin Rutmanis (Cows, Melvins, Tomahawk). You can stream the title track below.
photos by Amanda Hatfield
Dinosaur Jr. / Mac DeMarco @ 2014 4 Knots Music Fest
NYC's free, all-ages 4Knots Music Festival went down across two stages at the South Street Seaport. On the main stage (Pier 16), Radkey kicked things off with their classic-style punk, and (as you can see in the video below) at one point the PA cut out but they just kept rocking. Northampton indie rockers Speedy Ortiz followed with a set that stretched as far back as their early pre-Sports single "Taylor Swift" up through their brand new "Bigger Party" which came out the day before the festival. Ex-Women band Viet Cong followed with a set of their jammy post-punk.
Those Darlins were fun, peppering their set with covers (The Crystals' "Then He Kissed Me" and Dylan's "The Man In Me"). If anyone was going to fall into the river during 4Knots, it would've been during Mac DeMarco's set, but he kept things fairly shenanigan-free. Dinosaur Jr. capped off the evening with an enjoyable and hit-packed set (that is how you Festival, bands) that had a pit/crowdsurfers going the whole time (video of that below).
The other stage was the Front/Row stage over on Fulton St (not exactly where they set up for Seaport Music Festival but almost) with a handful of smaller acts, including day openers and '90s-loving Dead Stars, plus Crazy Pills, Juan Wauters, and heartland rockers Nude Beach. Pictures from their sets, and more of the rest of 2014 4Knots fest, below....
Witch at Santos in 2012 (more by Sarah Coulter)
Witch -- the stoner rock band that features Dinosaur Jr's J Mascis on drums, his Sweet Apple bandmate Dave Sweetapple on bass, King Tuff main man Kyle Thomas on vocals/guitar, and Lecherous Gaze/Annihilation Time's Graham Clise on guitar -- will be coming to NYC to headline the next FREE Converse Rubber Tracks Live show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on July 23. (You may remember Dinosaur Jr played the May one.) Opening the show are their Tee Pee labelmates Ruby the Hatchet. Though the show is free, you need tickets which go on "sale" Wednesday (7/9) at noon.
It's the only upcoming date for Witch at the moment, however, you'll get to see a couple of chances to see Witch's members at other times. Dinosaur Jr will be in NYC for the free 4Knots Festival on Saturday (7/12) that also includes Mac DeMarco, Speedy Ortiz, Viet Cong, Nude Beach and more. Then J Mascis will return on October 17 when his solo tour hits Bowery Ballroom (tickets).
Meanwhile, King Tuff just announced a tour that includes NYC shows on October 8 at Baby's All Right and October 9 at Bowery Ballroom. Tickets to Baby's go on sale Wednesday (7/9) at 10 AM and tickets to Bowery go on sale Friday (7/11) at noon with an AmEx presale beginning Wed at noon.
Watch a live Witch video below...
Yesterday (6/9) we mentioned that Dinosaur Jr frontman J Mascis would be revealing a song and more details from his upcoming solo LP, Tied to a Star, today and here they are. The album will be out August 26 via Sub Pop, was recorded and produced by J himself, and features appearances by Cat Power, Mark Mulcahy, Pall Jenkins (Black Heart Procession), and Ken Mairui (Young@Heart Chorus). Listen to its single, "Every Morning," below.
J's full tour has now also been announced. As discussed, it hits NYC on October 17 at Bowery Ballroom. Tickets for the NYC show go on sale Friday (6/13) at noon with an AmEx presale starting Wednesday (6/11) at noon.
Dino Jr also headline the free 4Knots Festival in NYC.
All dates are listed, with the new single and LP tracklist, below...
by Andrew Sacher
J Mascis w/ Dino Jr at MHOW last month (more by Caroline Harrison)
Dinosaur Jr frontman J Mascis will be releasing a new solo album, Tied to a Star, at some point this year which follows 2011's Several Shades of Why. Sub Pop say music and more info on the album is coming tomorrow (6/10), but in the meantime the label's Megan Jasper (one of J's lifelong friends) sat down with him for a video interview about the new LP. They call it "A Revealing Conversation with J Mascis," and anyone who's ever seen J interviewed before should know just how talkative and revealing he does get. You can check that out below.
In the video, they mention J has a solo tour on the way and though all of those dates haven't been announced yet, we do know he's playing Austin's Fun Fun Fun Fest and a NYC show on October 17 at Bowery Ballroom. It's just J alone at these shows, but even in an acoustic setting, he still kicks on the distortion and rips a few of those classic solos. Tickets for the NYC show go on sale Friday (6/13) at noon with an AmEx presale starting Wednesday (6/11) at noon.
Meanwhile, Dinosaur Jr will be back in NYC much sooner to headline the free 4Knots Music Festival (7/12) with Mac DeMarco, Speedy Ortiz, Viet Cong, Nude Beach and more.
All currently known J Mascis dates are listed, with the LP artwork, interview video, and a live video, below...
words and photos by Caroline Harrison
Dinosaur Jr / Screaming Females @ MHOW - 5/28/14
Converse Rubber Tracks nailed the line-up for last night's (5/28) free (and sold out) show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Philly's Creepoid, who feature an ex-member of noise rock trio Fight Amp, has gained well-deserved attention for their second full-length. The crowd didn't appear to be familiar with the band, but they were definitely into the grooved out 90s rock set. Creepoid gained a few fans last night, which is all the more impressive considering the performances that followed.
If you've never seen Screaming Females play live, you should fix that (in fact, they just released a live album, which I guess is the next best thing). The trio transforms from unassuming everymen to banshee-wailing, grinning, grooving rock gods the second they play their first note. And the energy is infectious--bassist "King" Mike barely stops grinning or jumping, and guitarist/vocalist Marissa Paternoster throws her whole body into howling and shredding. Given Paternoster's audible J. Mascis influence, Screaming Females are a natural choice to open for Dinosaur Jr--and this was not the first time the band had taken on that supporting role. (Not even the first time at that venue.)
Then finally at 10 PM Dinosaur Jr took the stage. Lou Barlow sheepishly admitted that it was their first show in six months--not that anyone could tell. Barlow and Mascis are a study in contrasts on stage--Mascis shreds in place, occasionally tossing around his silvery hair, while Barlow sinks into every groove he plays. Dinosaur Jr is that rare band whose new songs are as well-received by their fans as their old ones, so the crowd couldn't have been happier with their set. Pictures of the show are in this post.
Dinosaur Jr will be back in NYC to headline the free 4Knots Fest on July 12 at South Street Seaport with Speedy Ortiz, Viet Cong, Nude Beach and more.
More pictures, including all three bands' setlists, below...
Dinosaur Jr. @ T5, 2012 (more by Gretchen Robinette)
The Julie Ruin had to drop off as headliners of the 2014 Village Voice 4Knots Music Festival , as singer Kathleen Hanna has had a lyme disease relapse. (Feel better, Kathleen!) The fest has announced their new headliner: Dinosaur Jr. They'll join Those Darlins, Speedy Ortiz, Radkey, Viet Cong, Nude Beach, Juan Wauters and more TBA at South St. Seaport on July 12. That show is free and all ages.
Dinosaur Jr. will play NYC before that, headlining the free Converse Rubber Tracks show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on May 28 with Screaming Females and Creepoid. While free, all tickets have been claimed for that one. They were also part of last night's Fun Fun Fun Fest announcement (with Blood Brothers, Judas Priest, Mineral, Failure and many more).
In other news, Dino Jr. frontman J. Mascis is guesting with the band on Late Night with Seth Meyers all this week. The show airs weeknights at 12:30 AM on NBC.
Dinosaur Jr at Terminal 5 in 2011 (more by Tamara Porras)
Indie rock veterans Dinosaur Jr don't have a tour scheduled at the moment, but they do have a few select festival appearances coming up, and a FREE Converse Rubber Tracks Live show in NYC at Music Hall of Williamsburg on May 28 with Philly slowcore/shoegazers Creepoid. Though the show is free, you do need tickets to enter, which go on "sale" Wednesday (5/14) at noon. All upcoming Dino Jr dates are listed below.
Meanwhile, you can also see Creepoid in NYC sooner than that when their tour hits Death by Audio on May 18 with Alex G, Florida and The Chickenhawks.
Listen to music from both bands, with Dino Jr's list of dates, below...
Reissue label The Numero Group are known for having expert taste and some of the best packaging around. They recently put out a compilation of '70s-era Laurel Canyon songwriter Ned Doheny and last year put out that Unwound box and a four-LP set of rare Twin Cities funk titled Purple Snow: Forecasting the Minneapolis Sound. They've always got some interesting Record Store Day exclusives and this year those are:
Dinosaur Jr.: Visitors 5×45: Dinosaur Jr.'s first four singles plus pairing "Show Me The Way" with a cover of the Byrds' "Feel A Whole Lot Better."For the last three years Numero has operated a pop-up show in Chicago on Record Store Day and will do so again this year (4/19). A week after that, Numero Group is heading to Brooklyn for a pop-up at Greenpoint's Human Gallery (110 Meserole Ave) from April 25 - 27 from noon - 8 PM each day. Says the label:
South Side Story: a compilation of rare Chicago soul groups.
We'll be taking over all 700 square feet of the space for the entire weekend of April 25th-27th, stocking the place with thousands of LPs, 45s, and CDs that we found tucked away in a warehouse on Long Island. Our very own Rob Sevier and Ken Shipley will DJ intermittently throughout the day. We'll also be bringing tons of deleted items and damaged stock, selling it all at blow-out prices. Wholesalers welcomed. Everything there will be priced to move. We have no interest in trucking it back to Chicago.In addition to the used vinyl, the Numero pop-up will feature a "wide array of high quality records from Numero, Cali-Tex, JR, Asterisk, and Numerophon," as well as the label's Record Store Day items.
Chelsea Light Moving at Fun Fun Fun Fest 2013 (more by Tim Griffin)
Thurston Moore, the guitar visionary of Sonic Youth, Chelsea Light Moving and many other collaborations (he just wrapped up a residency at The Stone with various collaborators), is set to receive The Fly's Living Legend Award in London this February, and ahead of that The Fly asked him to list his Favorite Songs of All Time.
That list includes songs by Patti Smith, Teenage Jesus & the Jerks, T. Rex, Nirvana, Dinosaur Jr, Lou Reed, Beach Boys, David Bowie, Minor Threat, Black Flag and more. Check out his full list below...
MGMT at Fun Fun Fun Fest 2013 (More by Sarah Frankie Linder)
As discussed, indie-pop-turned-psych-weirdos MGMT are currently on a tour which brings them to NYC for a huge show at Barclays Center on December 13 with Dinosaur Jr. and Kuroma (fronted by a member of MGMT's live band). Tickets for that show are still available, but we're also giving away a pair. Details on how to enter to win are below.
If you're wondering what to expect from this ever-changing band at the Barclays Center show, this review on Memphis Flyer of Saturday's Orpheum Theatre show sheds some light:
You wanted to hear their big hits, like "Kids," "Time To Pretend," and "Electric Feel?" Score.Looking at the nightly setlists they've been posting on Instagram, they do change the order up from show to show. Speaking of their instagram, they're running a contest on it where you can win a chance to play the giant cowbell during "Your Life Is A Lie" on stage with them.
You wanted to hear the trippy stuff like "Siberian Breaks" and "Of Moons, Birds & Monsters?" Score.
You wanted to hear material from the new album? Score.
MGMT's set list broke down cleanly, with 6 cuts from Oracular Spectacular, 5 from Congratulations, and 5 from the newest album, MGMT.
You could use those numbers as a guideline and come up with many permutations of set lists, but MGMT elected to play their most accessible material. So they didn't play "4th Dimensional Transition" but they did play "Weekend Wars"; they didn't play "Lady Dada's Nightmare" but did "Flash Delirium"; didn't play the 2nd half of MGMT but did the first half.
In other Dinosaur Jr. news, J Mascis recently teamed up with Fred Armisen to cover TLC's "Waterfalls" at Berklee Performing Arts Center, which you can watch a video of below. J Mascis also just teamed up with Sharon Van Etten collaborator Doug Keith (not long after teaming up with Sharon Van Etten herself) to contribute a guitar solo to "Pure Gold In The 70s" off Doug's upcoming LP, Pony (due out 2/11). You can listen to that (via SPIN) below too.
Updated dates are listed, along with contest details, video and song stream, below...
Kim Gordon w/ Dinosaur Jr at T5 in 2012 (more by Gretchen Robinette)
As mentioned a few times, there's a benefit honoring Kim Gordon happening at Issue Project Room on November 13 and 14, and the full lineup has finally been announced. It looks like this...
On the first night (11/13), there will be a VIP reception at 7 PM which will feature Kim performing as a duo with drummer Tim Barnes (who has played with Jim O'Rourke, Silver Jews, etc), along with food and drinks by Rucola. Then at 9 PM, J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr will play a solo set, followed by Body/Head (aka Kim Gordon and Bill Nace) performing as a trio with no wave legend Ikue Mori. Tickets are available for the VIP reception and 9 PM concert ($250, but $150 tax-deductible), and also just for the 9 PM concert ($35).
Then, on night 2 (11/14), Kim will first perform as a duo with her Her Noise collaborator Jutta Koether, and will then do a trio set with I.U.D. (aka Lizzi Bougatsos of Gang Gang Dance and Sadie Laska of Growing). Tickets for night 2 are available.
The week after the Kim Gordon benefit, there's also the Body/Head show at MoMA (11/21), featuring a DJ set from Kathleen Hanna (The Julie Ruin, Le Tigre, Bikini Kill). Tickets for that show are still available, and you can also win a pair.
J Mascis just played a Brooklyn show with Speedy Ortiz last week (10/23) in celebration of Mishka's new Dinosaur Jr clothing line. Dinosaur Jr will open for MGMT at Barclays Center (12/13) (tickets), and Dinosaur's Lou Barlow will bring his other band, Sebadoh, to NYC when their tour hits Bowery Ballroom on Friday (11/1) (tickets).
Speaking of Gang Gang Dance side projects, Brian DeGraw's new solo project bEEdEEgEE will make its live debut on November 30 at Glasslands. Since we last spoke, Mas Ysa was added to that show. Tickets are still available.
We also just posted some tributes/sentiments from Kim Gordon and other Sonic Youth members to Lou Reed.
Tonight (10/29) in NYC is also Lee Ranaldo's guitar clinic at Other Music, which starts at 8 PM.
Updated Body/Head dates are listed, along with a video of Kim Gordon playing "Don't" with Dinosaur Jr at Terminal 5 in 2012, below...