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Saturday, April 16, 2016
Top 25 modern bands that will be considered legendary or classic in the future [news] Plenty of votes and over 850 comments summed up an interesting Top 25 rundown. Before kicking things off, we'll point out that honorable mentions include The Black Keys , Tame Impala , weezer , Baroness , Haken , Kendrick Lamar , Protest the Hero , Children of Bodom , Coheed & Cambria , The Strokes , Clutch , ISIS , Gorillaz , Rise Against , and Meshuggah .  read all 

Saturday, April 16, 2016
Hits and misses: empire's "all nite," nick jonas's problems, maxwell, and k-fed's comeback Every week, MTV's writers and critics assemble and weigh in on new hotness, chart trash, and glimmers of hope in the pop music landscape. This week's roundtable includes Ira Madison III, Meaghan Garvey, Jessica Hopper, Charles Aaron, Carvell Wallace, Alex Pappademas, Sasha Geffen, and Molly Lambert.  read all 

Tuesday, April 05, 2016
Clockwise from upper left: weezer, margaret glaspy, oh pep!, the jayhawks On this week's All Songs Considered , hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton share a mix of new songs by veteran artists and shiny premieres from up-and-coming bands. Robin leads off the show with a cut from the country-folk flavored alternative rock group The Jayhawks , while Bob wheels out a premiere by the Australian band Oh Pep! .  read all 

Tuesday, April 05, 2016
New mix: weezer, the jayhawks, colin stetson, more Clockwise from upper left: weezer, Margaret Glaspy, Oh Pep!, The Jayhawks Courtesy of the artists hide caption On this week's All Songs Considered , hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton share a mix of new songs by veteran artists and shiny premieres from up-and-coming bands. Robin leads off the show with a cut from the country-folk flavored alternative rock group The Jayhawks , while Bob wheels out a premiere by the Australian band Oh Pep! .  read all 

Sunday, March 27, 2016
Meet indie rockers the late greats, playing ortlieb's next month The Late Greats have been dark horses in the Philly music scene for a little bit now, and they recently released their great Kids You Knew EP last October. In the liner notes of Kids You Knew, the band describes their sound as "the sound of 1976 filtered through the summer of '96", which in their case sounds like Pinkerton -era weezer covering the Buzzcocks or Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers.  read all 

Sunday, March 27, 2016
A damn, daniela returns for the right reasons Just when everyone thought the hype of "Damn, Daniel" was dying down, it resurfaced on the Internet. But, this time, it's for something admirable.  read all 

Tuesday, March 01, 2016
15 local artists you need to start following right now In a budding creative community, a handful of Miami-based artists are coloring outside the lines and adding life to the Magic City. Bitten by the art bug when Romero Britto visited her elementary school, Courtney Einhorn recently had more brushes with fame when she painted alongside Pitbull at his nationally televised New Year's Eve concert.  read all 

Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Hey, hey, has it really been fifty years This afternoon, Danny Zelisko Presents announced the return to the Phoenix area of 1960's heartthrobs, The Monkees . The band will return to the Mesa Arts Center on Thursday, September, 15, 2016 as part of The Monkees' Good Times: 50th Anniversary Tour.  read all 

Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Won't get chumped again That's the most frequently echoed sentiment when talking to Chumped , the now-former pop-punk fourpiece, on Saturday night, hours before their final show together. The band announced via Facebook in late October that they would be going on indefinite hiatus, bringing to an unexpectedly abrupt end one of the most promising young careers in DIY punk.  read all 

Friday, January 29, 2016
Meet tom petty biographer warren zanes on a new dan and dan podcast Meet Dan and Dan! Dan Reed, Music Director and Afternoon Host at WXPN/Philadelphia and Dan DeLuca, Music Critic and Columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer sit down on a bi-weekly basis to talk MUSIC on the Dan and Dan Music Podcast ! In episode 24 The Dans cover the new Iggy Pop / Josh Homme collaboration, do some data analysis of who's streaming The Beatles on Spotify, talk about Sun Records' new licensing agreement and propose an alternative to weezer's $25,000 Galapagos Island prize. Later on, the hosts are joined by author and musician Warren Zanes to talk about his new critically acclaimed book PETTY: The Biography .  read all 

Thursday, January 28, 2016
Alchemical release Hive Riot founders, and loving "seesters" Mindy and Dustin Gledhill, describe their synthpop project as "electronic alchemy." It's difficult to wrap one's head around how that actually looks and sounds, but spending the afternoon with the duo themselves makes it perfectly clear.  read all 

Thursday, January 28, 2016
As leukemia becomes terminal, steve lieberman the gangsta rabbi... The legendary musician produces his bombastic art-rock masterpiece in just two months while fighting the worst stage of his cancer. His music is keeping him alive.  read all 

Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Watch panic! at the disco's frenetic 'victorious' performance on 'kimmel' Following their first Number One album , Panic! At the Disco gave a triumphant performance Monday night of their single "Victorious" on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The band released Death of a Bachelor , their fifth LP and first with singer Brendon Urie as the sole official member, on January 15th. Urie looked dapper and frenetic as he jumped around the outdoor stage during the performance.  read all 

Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Taking a bite out of americaa s top food fests The culinary illuminati are preparing to descend upon Miami for the five-day South Beach Wine & Food Festival , kicking off Feb. 24. "The festival offers a unique mix of experiences at a variety of price points," says Lee Brian Schrager, founder and director of SOBEWFF, where tickets range from $20 to $1,500. "It's our 15th anniversary and the 10th birthday of our iconic Burger Bash, so there's a lot happening."  read all 

Monday, January 25, 2016
Lo-fi rockers moonboots announce self-titled debut ep Jan. 25, 2016 - PRLog -- Las Vegas-based MOONBOOTS brings its brand of fuzz-laden, hooky, lo-fi rock to earbuds everywhere with the release of its self-titled debut EP on March 4. MOONBOOTS was recorded and mixed over several months at two recording studios in downtown Las Vegas, National Southwestern Recording and Naked City Audio, with an emphasis on capturing the frenetic energy of the band's live shows. The six-song EP builds on the signature MOONBOOTS sound that the Las Vegas Weekly hailed as a mix of "the lo-fi grunge of the Pixies, the nerdy alt-rock of weezer and the indie-punk fire of The Thermals."  read all 

Monday, January 25, 2016
Load more With weezer 's new self-titled White Album coming out on April 1st, the band has begun offering pre-order packages... St. Peters police say a man has been secretly taping women undressing in fitting rooms at Mid-Rivers Mall, using a... Dmitrij Jaskin's third period goal held up as the Blues beat the Red Wings 2-1.  read all 

Friday, January 22, 2016
Weezer fan pays thousands to go bird spotting with rivers cuomo A weezer fan has paid $25,000 to go bird-watching with frontman Rivers Cuomo. The trip comes as part of the 'weezer Experience Bundle' the band made available to fans pre-ordering their new album.  read all 

Friday, January 22, 2016
Weezer announce june 26 concert at the pavilion at montage mountain... weezer has announced a tour in support of their new self-titled release out April 1, "weezer ."  read all 

Thursday, December 31, 2015
Rozwell kid talks growing up, girls and goatees It seems to be just one tour after another for these guys as they progress into different reincarnations of punk and cool. The next year includes a tour with the amazing Andrew Jackson Jihad and the writing of a new album, so it only looks up for Rozwell Kid.  read all 

Thursday, December 31, 2015
Off the road: songwriter launches debut album 'ring road' Ring in the new: Singer-songwriter Craig Kierce will celebrate the release of his new album, "Ring Road," with a show at the Knitting Factory on Jan. 4. Williamsburg singer-songwriter Craig Kierce will launch his debut collection of songs, "Ring Road," at the Knitting Factory on Jan. 4. And although many of the album's tracks deal with relationships, the songwriter says that he deals with more than just the mushy stuff. "I try to at least make it a little bit more literate than just sappy love songs or sad break-up songs," he said.  read all 

Wednesday, December 30, 2015
Here's what happens when kendrick lamar meets 'mario kart' Kendrick Lamar gets a Power-Up from the Internet with a Mario Kart mashup of his 2012 hit "Swimming Pools ." Aptly titled "Kendrick Lamariokart," the Nintendo-inspired remix arrives courtesy of New York-based mashup master Jed Kronfeld for his The Slop Sink: One Year of Mashups of Varying Quality compilation.  read all 

Wednesday, December 30, 2015
You'll soon be able to shop online using samsung pay Samsung Pay , Samsung's mobile payment service, is going to become a lot more useful to U.S users in the new year. A report from Reuters says Samsung will expand Samsung Pay with online payment support, putting it in direct competition with the likes of PayPal and Visa Checkout.  read all 

Monday, December 28, 2015
Avenged sevenfold to host playable music video show on "guitar hero live" Avenged Sevenfold will host Guitar Hero Live 's first curated playable music video show. The program, dubbed the "A7X Rock Classics" show, premieres tonight on the game's GHTV mode.  read all 

Monday, December 28, 2015
Flashback: weezer preview 'pinkerton' at 1996 show In August of 1996, weezer emerged from a 12-month break brought on by Rivers Cuomo's decision to enroll as an undergrad at Harvard at the height of the band's first success. "I was craving mental stimulation for about a year and a half leading up to that point, being on the road," Cuomo told Rolling Stone in 2010.  read all 

Monday, December 14, 2015
Winners and losers from the golden state warriors win streak The Golden State Warriors' win streak finally came to end at 24 when the lost to the Milwaukee Bucks Saturday night. It becomes the third-longest winning streak of all time, behind the 197-72 Los Angeles Lakers at 33, and the 2012-13 Miami Heat at 27. And let's just settle this right now, it is a 24 game streak.  read all 

Monday, December 14, 2015
George fest: a night to celebrate the music of george harrison The day after what would have been George Harrison's 73rd birthday, February 26, 2016, Hot Records Ltd. and Vagrant Records are proud to present George Fest: A Night To Celebrate The Music Of George Harrison. Recorded and filmed on September 28th, 2014 at the The Fonda Theater in Los Angeles.  read all 

Saturday, November 28, 2015
Steel are able to scratch their way past dubuque GENEVA – Several Chicago Steel players skated despondently back to the bench as weezer's “Say It Ain't So” blared over the loudspeaker. Such was life after Dubuque scored 5:12 into Friday's United States Hockey League game at Fox Valley Ice Arena, but the song carried further meaning for a few team members on “Movember” Night.  read all 

Saturday, November 28, 2015
Mariachi to metal: holiday concerts for the whole family Southern California will be a wonderland of music this holiday season as an eclectic mix of groups - from Fall Out Boy and electronic duo Disclosure to former Destiny's Child star Michelle Williams and a host of "American Idol" alumni - will be performing. From country to carols, the range of Christmas-related shows promise something for just about everyone.  read all 

Thursday, November 12, 2015
David letterman heading back to ball state this month David Letterman will return to Ball State University on Nov. 30 with filmmakers Spike Jonze and Bennett Miller, the university announced on Wednesday,. David Letterman heading back to Ball State this month David Letterman will return to Ball State University on Nov. 30 with filmmakers Spike Jonze and Bennett Miller, the university announced on Wednesday,.  read all 

Thursday, November 12, 2015
Apple music feels at home on android, but it's missing a few things Apple is off to a solid start with its fully premium streaming music service, as Apple Music has racked up some 15 million users since launching on iOS and Mac this summer. Granted, more than half of those are still riding out their free three-month trial plans , but at least a lot of people are giving it a shot.  read all 

Thursday, November 05, 2015
Listenup: peace arrow: undo Released during the calm after the storm that is All Hallows' Day, Peace Arrow's album Out of takes advantage of the quiet with layers and layers of unexpected instruments and recorded samples-all the while hitting directly to the point. The Brooklyn-via-Gainesville artist's track "Undo" is particularly captivating, with the ghostly echo of lady's voice leading the way.  read all 

Thursday, November 05, 2015
Another new weezer song This week., another new song! Although, the band is currently without a record label, so a new album is not currently in the works. Check out "Do You Wanna Get High".  read all 

Thursday, October 29, 2015
Listenup: jack cutter feat. david harks: serpent strut Two different generations, two countries and now, a new song. San Francisco-based psych-folk guitarist Jack Cutter collaborated with emerging Brighton-based singer and producer David Harks to add some vocals to the local legend's typically solo instrumental music.  read all 

Thursday, October 29, 2015
Read full article This week, weezer shared a brand new song, and even better, we'll be able to watch them perform it for the first time during an exclusive show, along with songs from their latest album and more, because fans can tune in to weezer LIVE On The Honda Stage At The iHeartRadio Theater In LA Presented By The Launch Of Guitar Hero Live And The All New Honda Civic this week! weezer recently debuted their new single "Thank God for Girls," which is their first new piece of music since their last album Everything Will Be Alright in the End . During their intimate show, hosted by alt98.7's Harms, fans will be able to see them perform their latest song, along with all of our weezer favorites.  read all 

Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Sideshow: joe jonas' comeback "I know how rare it is to get second chances in the music industry," former Disney star Joe Jonas tells USA Today about his new pop-rock-funk ensemble, DNCE , which has helped him bounce back after a disastrous, short-lived solo career. DNCE, featuring guitarist JinJoo Lee and drummer Jack Lawless , is influenced by Sly and the Family Stone , Red Hot Chili Peppers , and weezer , says Jonas.  read all 

Wednesday, October 21, 2015
The wonder years, motion city soundtrack, state champs & you blew it! ... Back in early September, The Wonder Years released their fifth album, No Closer to Heaven . It's a polished pop punk record even people who aren't normally fans of that genre could end up falling in love with.  read all 

Sunday, October 18, 2015
Sloppy joe A San Jose State Spartan, Sloppy Joe took his degree and parlayed it into lucrative gigs delivering auto parts and pizza . Eventually, he started working at KSJO, where he talked about bands like Led Zep and Van Halen.  read all 

Sunday, October 18, 2015
Harry connick jr - harry connick, jr interview Multiple Grammy and Emmy-award winning musician Harry Connick, Jr. has announced the release of his next album 'That Would Be Me' , released October 23rd ,2015 on Sony Music. For the first time in his career, Connick has taken a step outside his musical comfort zone to work in the studio with two "external" producers on this album - the acclaimed Eg White and Butch Walker .  read all 

Saturday, October 17, 2015
Don't miss "the glamour & the squalor" this weekend Many of us remember listening to 107.7 The End radio station when DJ Marco Collins was at the helm in the early '90s. From introducing us to weezer, and the Presidents of the United States of America to leaking entire Pearl Jam albums on the air, Marco Collins changed the way we listened to music in Seattle.  read all 

Saturday, October 17, 2015
Great reads: black-and-white film, paper boys and tom wolfe Hey there. I'm Kari Howard, and I edit the Great Reads for the Los Angeles Times.  read all 

Sunday, October 04, 2015
2015 milwaukee film festival: oct. 4 picks - 'glamour & the squalor,' 'seventh seal' Nirvana, weezer, Death Cab for Cutie, Beck, Foo Fighters and Madison-born Garbage are all indebted to some extent to Marco Collins, the trendsetting radio personality, largely associated with KNDD-FM in Seattle, who spent much of his life in the closet and struggled with a massive drug problem. Collins, director Marq Evans and producer Michelle Quisenberry are scheduled to attend.  read all 

Sunday, October 04, 2015
Glorious sons making tour stop in sudbury JUNO Award-nominated group The Glorious Sons are set to kick off The Contender Tour this fall, stopping and in Sudbury at Coulson Night Club on Nov. 5. The Glorious Sons burst on to the Canadian music scene in 2013 with the EP Shapeless Art, produced by John-Angus McDonald of The Trews. Their current album, The Union , earned them a JUNO nomination for Rock Album of the Year in 2015.  read all 

Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Here's what 10 people look like with and without their contacts on While it sure would be nice to have perfect vision, some of us need a special visit from the corrective lens fairy. As Cosmopolitan showed us Tuesday , people look very different when they wear glasses and when they don't.  read all 

Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Pilgrimage fest brings big crowds, good tunes and great vibes to franklin You couldn't have asked for a more perfect sunset than the one glowing through the clouds above Franklin's Harlinsdale Farm Sunday evening. And The Spin couldn't have asked for anything more than taking it in while watching Willie Nelson sing a gorgeously quivering "Always on My Mind" during the closing set of the inaugural Pilgrimage Music and Culture Festival .  read all 

Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Oregon ballet theatre partners with pabst blue ribbon to draw more millennials Ballet and beer? Worried about the graying of its regular patrons, the Oregon Ballet Theatre is teaming up with Pabst Blue Ribbon in an effort to attract urban millennials, who are more inclined to hang out with friends at a pub or club. Oregon Ballet Theatre's latest marketing campaign features a bare-chested, on-pointe ballet dancer sharing the stage with a can of Pabst Blue Ribbon in full efface derriere.  read all 

Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Toro y moi continues to explore new ground with hip-hop-influenced samantha "I've always gotten frustrated when a band gets to a certain level of success and then the music stops being good." - Chaz Bundick When Chaz Bundick, a.k.a. Toro y Moi, dropped the surprise mixtape Samantha a few weeks ago, it seemingly presented yet another polar shift in his musical direction.  read all 

Tuesday, September 22, 2015
New alternative radio station launched The New Alt 99-5, Fort Wayne's Alternative , began transmitting today, Sarkes Tarzian, Inc. announced. With an alternative rock format targeted towards 18-49-year-old music lovers, the station said it will air alternative music from artists like The Black Keys, Cage The Elephant, Foo Fighters, Green Day, Imagine Dragons, Mumford & Sons, Muse, Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Killers and weezerread all 

Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Wavves Besides his weed intake and ongoing relationship with Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino, San Diego native and weezer acolyte Nathan Williams is known for his catchy, snotty garage rock as Wavves . As fans await Wavves' upcoming fifth album, V , out October 2 via Warner Bros.  read all 

Monday, September 21, 2015
Toronto festival pulls 'london fields' amid dispute "London Fields" was pulled Thursday from the Toronto International Film Festival after the director sued the producers, saying they altered the movie and added offensive imagery about Islam and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.  read all 

Monday, September 21, 2015
Fall lawnparties preview Ready to have some fun - with just part of Fun.? Nate Ruess, the former lead singer of the band behind such high school party heart-stoppers "Some Nights" and "We Are Young" will be your Princeton headliner. Believe it or not, Ruess' career started long before Fun., as part of the indie rock band The Format from 2001-08, so named because of its goal of bucking the standardized "formats" for making hit singles.  read all