This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other meanings of DN
We have 27 other definitions for DN
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Chicago show, which took place during the relatively early days of the group after the release of Bad Moon Rising and before their classic albums Sister, Daydream Nation and Goo were released, shows a band very much in tune with each other and with the audience in the palms of their collective hand.
The first alternative album I bought was Sonic Youth Daydream Nation which completely changed the way I thought of music.
The Eternal will be the first album by the band, newly signed to Matador Records, to be released on an indie label since its landmark 1988 LP, Daydream Nation.
Stevie Wonder's Songs in the Key of Life' Daydream Nation by Sonic Youth' We're Only In It For The Money by Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.
The band's new LP, Sonic Nurse, breaks little new ground, remaining within the familiar dissonant territory charted on the late-'80s classics Sister and Daydream Nation but in more laid-back fashion.
and SISTER followed before the 1988 release of the double-album DAYDREAM NATION, which became one of the most seminal rock records in the genre's history and was a pivotal point in the band's development.
With the recording of the album NYC Ghosts and Flowers pencilled in for August, they had precious little time to scour music shops and were forced to dust down instruments that hadn't seen the light of day since their early 80s breakthrough album, Daydream Nation.
Many of the writers in McCaffery's indie forerunner, Avant-Pop: Fiction for a Daydream Nation (Black Ice, 1993), reappear here with new offerings - Stephen Wright, Derek Pell, Eurudice, Mark Leyner, Harold Jaffe, Ricardo Cortez Cruz, William T.