J Mascis concert reviews and tour history
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- reviews: 4
- photos: 2
- rating: 100% (3)
Scala in London, UK
Thu, 08 Jan 2015 100% from 2 ratings
Cambridge Junction in Cambridge, UK
Thu, 15 Jan 2015 100% from 1 rating
one of the best: 3100%
should've stayed at home: 00%
J Mascis tour history
About J Mascis
J Mascis was born 57 years ago, on Friday, 10 December 1965 in Amherst, US.
Based on our research data, it appears, that the first J Mascis concert happened 30 years ago on Mon, 24 Jan 1994 in Wetlands Preserve - New York, US and that the last J Mascis concert was 2 months ago on Thu, 06 Apr 2023 in Ryman Auditorium - Nashville, US.You can find more information about J Mascis at these official social media links:
Fans' concert reviews
Scala in London, UK on Thu, 08 Jan 2015
J shreds guitars and melts hearts creating sonic bliss. Magnetic nd stunning performance. Highlights were Drifter, Heal the Star, Not The Same, Out There, Little Fury Things (great audience chorus for the lines what is it, who is it, where is it), Fade Into You, Pond Song, Alone and Just Like Heaven. <3
Soulful and mesmerising in two words. J shreds guitars and melts hearts. Great setlist with some favourite Dinosaur songs in the mix. Highlights were Me Again, Every Morning, Drifter, Not The Same, Out There, Little Fury Things (great audience chorus for the lines what is it, who is it, where is it), Fade Into You, Pond Song, Alone and Just Like Heaven. Lulac were also delightful. I think the sound engineers could have improved the louder segments as at times it was cracked or muffled during parts. The audience were attentive and not chatty which was a bonus. Overall amazing performance by J.
First gig in the Scala in a long time, and suprisingly packed out too. J was really good, but the set was pretty minimal time wise, barely just over an hour....i did enjoy it, but oversold and under played springs to mind!!
Cambridge Junction in Cambridge, UK on Thu, 15 Jan 2015
Beautiful performance! J's guitar skills are magnetic and mesmerising. Highlights were Drifter, Heal the Star, Get Me, Out There and Alone which featured extended and intricate instrumental sections. <3