n 2008, songwriter Ben Fox packed up his instruments and left Montreal, where he’d spent several years studying political science and English Lit at Concordia University. After resettling in Toronto, he started piecing together a lineup of like-minded musicians to play the material he’d composed between classes. Joel Clifton, Branko Scekic, Dave Wickland, and Lucas Fredette all climbed aboard, and Dinosaur Bones released a self-titled EP later that year while playing a string of hometown gigs with Sloan, Sebastien Grainger, and other Canadian acts. The group eventually expanded its touring schedule to include America, all the while writing material for a full-length album. Their debut, My Divider, arrived in 2011 on Dine Alone Records, followed in 2013 by their sophomore release, Shaky Dream.

J Mascis’ Tied to a Star is now available. In celebration of its release, you can now watch the official video for “Every Morning” at Funny or Die. The hilarious new visual, directed by Danny Jelinek, stars J alongside Fred Armisen and tells the tale of a religious cult called “The Space Children Of The

J Mascis Shares “Every Morning”, New Dates

J Mascis’ Tied to a Star is now available. In celebration of its release, you can now watch the official video for “Every Morning” at Funny or Die. The hilarious new visual, directed by Danny Jelinek, stars J alongside Fred Armisen and tells the tale of a religious,

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Dinosaur Bones Premieres their video for the single "Sleepsick". "Shaky Dream" from Dinosaur Bones is now available on Dine Alone records.

Dinosaur Bones Premieres “Sleepsick” Video

In the desperate landscape of the Nevada desert, a thieving son and car-jacking father chart a dusty and deserted path to the Vegas strip. Then Elvis shows up. Yesterday, one of Canada’s best indie-rock bands, Dinosaur Bones premiered their new video.

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