J. Mascis opened for label-mate Beach House on Tuesday, April 19, one of the in-between Coachella shows at Pappy and Harriet’s. Macias did not have a wall of Marshall amps behind him like he did when his Dinosaur Jr. performed at Coachella in 2013. Instead, he was seated as he performed. He played “The Wagon,” a track by Dinosaur Jr. first released in 1990; according to his tour manager, it’s a tune he seldom plays live. Masks weaved in a few Bowie instrumentals as he led into his set, and then took a minimalist approach by only switching between two well-worn Gibson acoustic guitars, each of which were magical in Mascis hands. His stunning set included “Heal the Star” and “Make It Right.” http://ift.tt/21QIApk http://irockphotos.net/ © Guillermo Prieto 2016 #jmascis #dinosaurjr #subpop #subpoprecords #pappyandharriets #irockphotos

“J. Mascis opened for label-mate Beach House on Tuesday, April 19, one of the in-between Coachella shows at Pappy and Harriet’s.

Macias did not have a wall of Marshall amps behind him like he did when his Dinosaur Jr. performed at Coachella in 2013. Instead, he was seated as he performed. He played “The Wagon,” a track by Dinosaur Jr. first released in 1990; according to his tour manager, it’s a tune he seldom plays live. Masks weaved in a few Bowie instrumentals as he led into his set, and then took a minimalist approach by only switching between two well-worn Gibson acoustic guitars, each of which were magical in Mascis hands. His stunning set included “Heal the Star” and “Make It Right.” http://ift.tt/21QIApk
http://irockphotos.net/ © Guillermo Prieto 2016
#jmascis
#dinosaurjr
#subpop
#subpoprecords
#pappyandharriets
#irockphotos” by irockphotos http://ift.tt/1SKccQo

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