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DINOSAUR JR. Offers First Glimpse Of New Album With Free MP3 Download

Something wicked awesome this way comes. It’s name is Farm, the latest from Massachusetts’ rawk goliaths DINOSAUR JR. As those about to rock await Farm’s June 23rd release date, the band and Jagaguwar are offering a free digital download of album cut “I Want You To Know.” Give the volume dial a couple extra twists to the right and grab the mp3 HERE.

DINOSAUR JR To Release New Album Farm On June 23

The worry about the reunion of the original Dinosaur Jr. line-up, more than 20 years after their formation and legendary dissolution, was that these guys were just flogging the back catalog as a marketing gimmick. With the release of Beyond, in 2007, the band gave a hearty Marshall-driven “F**K YOU!” answer to those inquiring ears. Restoring the sound established by the opening hat-trick gambit of Dinosaur, You’re Living All Over Me, and Bug, the Beyond record continued the band’s march into rock greatness by making old ears smile and new ears bleed afresh. And now comes Farm, the fifth full length record by the original line-up-J Mascis, Lou Barlow, and Murph–set to release on their new label home Jagjaguwar on June 23rd.

If Beyond was Dinosaur Jr.’s return to form, Farm is proof that this band continues to deliver that which makes rock worth cranking to 11. At times wholly 70′s guitar-epic, at times perfect for sitting by a babbling brook with Joni and Neil, Farm encompasses Dinosaur Jr.’s signature palette – soaring and distorted guitar, unshakable hooks, honey-rich melodies – songs that get into your head and, bouncing around happily, stay there. The ear-catching “Plans” is nearly 7 minutes of classic whipped-topping rock dessert, while “I Don’t Wanna Go There” is a meat-and-potatoes main dish, mixing unapologetic lead guitar with straight-ahead delivery a la James Gang or Humble Pie. These two tunes round out twelve tracks propelled by the unique energy of one of America’s greatest living rock bands hitting their stride.

Farm was recorded in J Mascis’ Bisquiteen studio in Amherst, Massachusetts, and was produced by Mascis.

After some air-guitar-inspiring gigs at SXSW, Dino will soon embark in a full-on tour in support of Farm, supported by the likes of Mike Watt and Awesome Color. To see a complete listing of live dates, go HERE.

How Can You Really by Foxygen
Cosmic Vibrations by Foxygen
Forever Dilating Eye by Sinoia Caves
Thousand Eyes by Lia Ices
Taking Chances by Sharon Van Etten
Every Time the Sun Comes Up by Sharon Van Etten
Lines of Latitude by Small Black
North Hollywood Microwaves by Pink Mountaintops
Fire-scene by S. Carey
Crown the Pines by S. Carey

Higher by Lia Ices

Forever Dilating Eye by Sinoia Caves

City Wrecker by Moonface

How Can You Really by Foxygen

Angel Olsen
Stockholm, SE - Kagelbanan  w/ Rodrigo Amarante

Pink Mountaintops
Vittorio Veneto, IT - Bianconiglio

S. Carey
Kansas City, MO - The recordBar

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