J MASCIS – ” See You At The Movies “

Posted: August 21, 2018 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. fame graced our ears with his new single, “See You At The Movies.” Check out this vibrantly raw new track down below. The song is the first to be released from his forthcoming album Elastic Days, his third full-length solo album for Sub Pop Records. The album will be Mascis’s first solo release since 2014’s Tied to a Star.

Like his earlier solo work, Elastic Days was recorded at J’Mascis’ s own studio with all his own flair. Showing off his artistry, Mascis does almost all the music-making, with Ken (who also appeared on Tied to a Star) on the keyboard and a few guest vocalists, including Pall Jenkins (Black Heart Procession), Mark Mulcahy (Miracle Legion) and Zoë Randell (Luluc), among others.

“The biggest difference with this record might have to do with the drums,” explains J Mascis, when asked what fans can expect to be divergent from his previous solo albums. “I’d just got a new drum set I was really excited about. I don’t have too many drum outlets at the moment, so I played a lot more drums than I’d originally planned. I just kept playing.” But Elastic Days promises to have more than a good rhythm: We’re looking forward to unexpected hooks and guitar slides that straddle a broad range of genres.

We’ll have to wait until November. 9th for the releases of the album, but before its release, To hype up his audiences, J Mascis will embark on a North American tour with Sub Pop labelmates Luluc as support.


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