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Dinosaur Jr. launches clothing line

Dinosaur Jr. launches clothing line

DINOSAUR JR. CLOTHES: J Mascis of Dinosaur, Jr. performs on stage during the 2013 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival at The Empire Polo Club on April 14, 2013 in Indio, Cali. Mascis will help launch the band's new clothing line. Photo: Associated Press/Paul A. Hebert/Invision

They’re more than just music. Alternative rockers Dinosaur Jr. are set to launch their own clothing line.

The group has teamed up with designers at New York clothing company Mishka to release a line of band-branded beanie hats, T-shirts and jackets.

Frontman J. Mascis will help to launch the apparel next week by making an appearance at the firm’s Manhattan store to sign autographs.

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