Dinosaur Jr. Takes Reconciliation One Album, One Tour at a Time

In the mid-’80s, Dinosaur Jr. emerged on the underground music scene with a style unlike any other. With an entire catalog of influences that ranged from folk rock to hardcore punk, mixed with wailing guitar solos and powerful metal riffs, the group was defining its own sound, and people were taking notice.

Despite the band being known for an ongoing tumultuous relationship, even early in its career, the members still enjoyed success with seven studio albums and tour schedules that saw them sharing the stage with the likes of Sonic Youth, Nirvana, My Bloody Valentine and The Jesus and Mary Chain.

Full article at Revue Magazine…