Dinosaur Jr. have announced plans for a summer trek across the states, and they'll be getting a little help from Les Claypool's Primus.
It's no secret that we here at Diffuser are fans of vinyl.
From Judas Priest to Dinosaur Jr., check out our full coverage from day one of Fun Fun Fun Fest 2014.
Nobody ever set out to be a grunge icon — at least nobody who actually became one.
If you weren't sure you wanted to snag tickets to this November's Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, the announcement of more than 100 bands also playing free after-shows for attendees should make your decision a ton ton ton easier.
Two years ago, Dinosaur Jr. turned to Funny or Die to create a video for their song, 'Watch the Corners,' and frontman J Mascis must've been pleased with the results.
Dinosaur Jr. capped off a full day of rock and roll at this year's 4Knots Music Festival. Check out our exclusive photos and recap!
Sure, David Letterman was probably better known known back in the '80s and early-'90s for booking unknown and sonically challenging bands than he is today.
In 1987, an art student named Maura Jasper hunkered down in a converted barn at UMass Amherst, in the hills of Western Massachusetts, and sketched an album cover for her friend's band, a little-known (and extremely loud) rock outfit called Dinosaur Jr.
If you're a fan of Dinosaur Jr., or if you've ever seen them live, then you probably know that the best word to describe them is "loud."