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06 Jun

By Matt Arena

At first thought, garage rock in an arena might not sound like the greatest idea. Arena rock has traditionally incorporated big sounds, accompanied with over the top, expensive production pieces. Blaring lights, pyrotechnics, and stage pieces with a price tag that would make Tony Stark sweat are the norm. But lately bands have been changing that. Acts with more stripped down sounds have been able to book arenas and do it with considerably less production. This leads to less produced shows, with that feeling of spontaneity and intimacy that you’d find in a small club. That’s exactly what Weezer were able to convey at Mohegan Sun Arena. Admittedly, the venue has a capacity that’s considerably less than most arenas, but if anything that’s a bonus. Capturing the feel of a massive space while playing inside one that’s technically smaller is no easy feat. Both visually and audibly, Weezer did exactly that. They’re not the type of band to spend millions on an extravagant stage with elaborate stage design and musically restricting visuals. Which made the show that much more enjoyable.

First on stage for the night was the Kentucky grown band, Sleeper Agent. Hailing from the very same city that gave us Cage the Elephant, these guys (and gal) put out one of the best albums you could find last year and have been touring relentlessly ever since. Having seen Sleeper Agent in venues ranging from dimly lit bars to 2000+ capacity clubs, it was a totally different experience hearing them in an arena. As is, their sound takes new life when performing live, not only because of the boundless energy emanating from the band itself but the sheer volume that’s added to the music. This was increased tenfold at Mohegan Sun Arena. Tracks like ‘Young Blood’ had the seats literally shaking, thanks in large part to the booming basslines of Lee Williams. Nearly every track’s sound took on a new life, the guitar chords screaming louder, the drum beats pounding harder, the vocals echoing stronger; all resulting in a much richer, fuller sound. Coming from playing garages and tiny bars in Bowling Green, KY to a 10,000 seater in Connecticut, it was clear that Sleeper Agent made a new step forward in their career. Playing almost every track off their 2011 debut Celebrasion, the infectious vibes teeming from the stage without a doubt struck a chord with the audience.

Having a nearly packed crowd by the time they hit the stage, something not too common for the support band, they took full advantage and had the crowd feeling it very early on in the set. Of course with tracks like ‘Bottomed Out’, ‘Force a Smile’, and ‘Proper Taste’ starting off the set, it’s easy to see how. Even the somewhat slower tracks like ‘That’s My Baby’ (which they’re currently working on the video for) and their unique cover of the xx’s ‘VCR’ had the audience enthralled. The work of vocal duo Tony Smith (also guitarist) and Alex Kandel flowed together perfectly, both playing off and complimenting each other in deeper ways than before. Highlights of the set without a doubt were the band’s latest single ‘Get Burned’, which they recently performed on Jimmy Fallon, and the closing track ‘Be My Monster.’ The latter of which seemed to bring us the very best of every band member. From the very start the guitar work is layered wonderfully thanks to guitarist Josh Martin, which is nearly overpowered by the synth skills of renaissance man Scott Gardner, who also beats wildly on a single snare drum during the song’s breakdown. Speaking of said breakdown, it’s almost always the single best part of any Sleeper Agent gig. The band is usually pretty active across the stage as is, but during this Caribbean rock jam that would have Rastafarians and indie kids alike rocking out they were absolutely free, with drummer Justin Wilson’s hair a yellow blur as Gardner leaped to smash on his tall cymbal. Though it’s part of the song, it felt more like an impromptu jam, with the entire band completely loose and carefree. The nerves of playing to such a large crowd (if they were there any) were nonexistent, as they band played an incredible set. Even though they come from garage rock and house party beginnings, it’s clear that Sleeper Agent are headed for an arena crowd they can call their own.

After a quick changeover, Weezer took the stage. Touting nothing besides a large, illuminated, hanging fixture of the band’s logo, they ripped through a set packed with hit after hit. Starting off with favorites like ‘My Name is Jonas’ and ‘Troublemaker’, the audience was into it very early on. Singing along loudly and jumping like crazy people, the crowd was clearly feeding off the raw energy the band exerted from the stage. To try and list every hit they played would be nearly impossible as nearly every track they played was instantly recognizable, and this is coming from somewhat of a casual fan. Usually when seeing a band whose entire catalogue you’re not extremely familiar with there’s always a handful of songs you won’t know. Not the case here. Track after track was a hit, evidence by the crowd’s intense cheering merely seconds into every song. Of course some tracks were absolute standouts, ‘(If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To, ‘Hash Pipe’, and ‘Dope Nose’ just to name a few. The unmistakable riffs to each song all got instant screams from the audience and their irresistibly catchy choruses were impossible not to sing along to. Though they’ve been at it for nearly 20 years now, the youthful energy of front man Rivers Cuomo (sporting his trademark khakis and cardigan) jumping around the stage like a madman and proving that nerds can be rock stars too. Playing in his home state, Rivers gave thanks to the hometown crowd, constantly leaning over the barricade into the crowd and even jumping down off the stage just to get closer to fans. Weezer too sounded amazing in an arena, and though bassist Scott Shriner seemed to have some technical problems, the band sounded impeccable.

Of course Weezer show wouldn’t be the same without some unlikely (and slightly goofy) covers. This time it was ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’ by Tommy James & The Shondells and Poison’s ‘Talk Dirty to Me.’ Both of them played extremely well, not only taking on that special Weezer sound but also being well-known enough that the audience didn’t miss a beat. ‘Talk Dirty to Me’ was played as part of the encore, along with ‘Say it Ain’t So,’ a song combination that seemed to dispel the usual “leave after the main set” people in the crowd. It’s rare where the entire crowd sticks around for the entire show, but when a band is playing as good as Weezer did, it’s easy to understand why. It’s refreshing to see a band play when not in support of a specific album. There were no “ugh here’s a new song” moments that tend to happen at shows, instead Weezer cranked out hit after hit during the 90 minute set at Mohegan Sun. They were there simply to put on a stellar rock show and to show that you don’t need an expensive stage rig to blow the roof off an arena.

22 May

Austin City Limits Music Festival 2012 Lineup Announced

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Austin City Limits Music Festival has announced its lineup for the 2012 edition of the festival. Set to headline this year’s lineup: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, The Black Keys and Jack White. Three day tickets and single day passes are still on-sale for the festival for the festival set for October 12th through the 14th. Pick them up here while they last.

Check out the full lineup below:

Red Hot Chili Peppers, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, The Black Keys
Jack White, Florence + The Machine, The Avett Brothers, Iggy & The Stooges, AVICII, BASSNECTAR, The Roots, The Shins, Weezer, Gotye, The Civil Wars, M83, Tegan and Sara, Childish Gambino Two Door Cinema Club, Thievery Corporation, The Afghan Whigs, Crystal Castles, Andrew Bird, Gary Clark Jr., Metric, Band of Skulls, Esperanza Spalding, Alabama Shakes, Delta Spirit, M. Ward, Randy Rogers Band, Die Antwoord, Rufus Wainwright, NEEDTOBREATHE, Big Gigantic, Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, Steve Earle, The War On Drugs, Umphrey’s McGee, Barrington Levy, Old 97′s Punch Brothers, Bombay Bicycle Club, A-Trak, Trampled by Turtles Patterson Hood, Michael Kiwanuka, Big K.R.I.T., Oberhofer, POLICA, Tennis, Zola Jesus, Stars, Kimbra, Black Lips, Los Campesinos!, Jovanotti, Ben Howard, Ruthie Foster, Freelance Whales, Civil Twilight, The Whigs, Dev, The Lumineers, Bad Books, The Devil Makes Three, Asleep at the Wheel, First Aid Kit Patrick Watson, LP, Caveman, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Father John Misty The Wombats, Dry the River, The Boxer Rebellion, Soul Rebels Brass Band Thundercat, Willis Earl Beal, He’s My Brother She’s My Sister, Kishi Bashi, Deep Dark Woods, Moon Duo, Kopecky Family Band, River City Extension Quiet Corral, Wheeler Brothers, The Relatives, Space Capone, The Staves Native Run, Nikki Lane, Quiet Company, Infantree, Wild Child, La Vida Bohème The Eastern Sea, The Dunwells, Kenny Vaughan Trio, Justin Jones, Sonámbulo Royal Teeth, Noah Gunderson, The Aaron Ivey Band, The Mighty Sincere Voices G.S.T., Colorfeels, Lera Lynn, Megan McCormick, Shields of Faith, Stapletones, The Baylor Choir, Disciples of Joy, Ralph’s World, Orange Sherbet, Big Don Rocknoceros, Hullabaloo, Jambo, Peter DiStefano & Tor, The School of Rock, The Q Brothers

02 Jun

Weezer is back out on the road again in support of.. well, many things. They released a new studio album Hurley in September and two months later the unreleased rarities album Death to False Metal. After that, they played back to back shows in several cities where they played the Blue Album and Pinkerton in their entirety. The band headlined the first night of B.O.M.B. Fest in Connecticut on Saturday. Our photographers Jennifer Murtha and Phil DeSimone (FromThePhotoPit.com) were there to get up close and personal (using their cameras!) with Rivers and company. Check out the photos below:

06 May

THE FLAMING LIPS are pleased to announce two very special consecutive and thematic evenings of spectacular sights and sounds under the banner of “Everyone You Know Someday Will Die,” at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA. Tues, June 14th, will feature a performance of The LIPS classic 1999 album, THE SOFT BULLETIN, in its entirety along with other sonic delights. Wed, June 15th, will feature THE LIPS interpretation of Pink Floyd’s 1973 evergreen landmark album, THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON, plus assorted aural pleasures guaranteed to loosen your wig.

Two day pass tickets go on sale today: Friday, May 6th, 2pm (PDT). Single show tickets go on sale: Sat, May 7th, 2pm (PDT). Tickets are available at hollywoodforever.ticketfly.com

Two day pass tickets are $80 each, while single show tickets are $40 each. 2 tickets per person / per household purchase limit.

Please note that a Special Ticket Bundle Fan Package will be available for $160.00, which includes a two day pass and an Exclusive Flaming Lips (life size) Gummy Skull with USB drive featuring “The Soft Bulletin: Live La Fantastique de Institution 2011″ available for this event only. These are very limited and will disappear fast. Additional info can be found by clicking on these links:

Two Day Passes

Tuesday, June 14th – The Soft Bulletin

Wednesday, June 15th – Dark Side of the Moon

In addition, THE LIPS have added yet more dates to their current summer tour. Complete list of confirmed dates are as follows:

Fri May 13 The Fillmore Detroit Detroit, MI
Sat May 14 Nelsonville Music Festival Nelsonville, OH
Sun May 15 The National Richmond, VA
Tue May 17 Fillmore Charlotte, NC
Wed May 18 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN
Thur May 19 The Tabernacle Atlanta, GA
Fri May 20 The Tabernacle Atlanta, GA
(Special performance of “The Soft Bulletin” and more)

Sat May 21 The Hangout Festival Gulf Shores, AL
Thu May 26 Primavera Festival Barcelona, Spain
Sun May 29 Sasquatch Festival / The GorgeGeorge, WA
(Special performance of “The Soft Bulletin” and more)

Sat June 4 Forbidden Fruit Fest. Dublin, Ireland
Sat June 11 Harmony Festival / Sanoma Santa Rosa, CA
Tue June 14 Hollywood Forever Cemetery Hollywood, CA
(Special performance of “The Soft Bulletin” and more with special guest
Marnie Stern)

Wed June 15 Hollywood Forever Cemetery Hollywood, CA
(Special performance of “Dark Side Of The Moon” and more with special guest
Marnie Stern)

Fri June 17 Cosmopolitan / The Pool Las Vegas, NV
Fri- June
Sun 24-26 Dave Matthews Band Caravan Atlantic City, NJ
(LIPS to appear ONE night Only — yet TBC)

Thur June 30 Eden Project St. Austell, Cornwall, UK
Fri July 1 All Tomorrow’s London, UK
Parties/Alexandra Palace
(Special performance of “The Soft Bulletin” and more)

Sat July 2 Jodrell Bank Observatory Cheshire, UK
Tue July 5 Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest Ottawa, ON, Canada
Thur July 7 Aragon Ballroom Chicago, IL
(Special performance of “The Soft Bulletin” and more)

Fri July 8 Aragon Ballroom Chicago, IL
Sat July 9 Summerfest Milwaukee, WI
Sun- July
Mon 10-11 Dave Matthews Band Caravan Chicago, IL
(LIPS to appear ONE night Only performing “Dark Side Of the Moon” and more
— yet TBC)

Wed July 27 Bank Of America Pavilion Boston, MA
Thur July 28 PNC Bank Arts Center Holmdel, NJ
(w/ Weezer & Yeasayer)

Fri July 29 Nikon and Jones Beach Wantagh, NY
(w/ Weezer & Yeasayer)

Sun July 31 Osheaga Festival Montreal, Canada
(Featuring a special performance of “The Soft Bulletin” and more)

Wed Aug 3 Red Rocks Amphitheater Morrison, CO
(w/ Primus – Special performance of “Dark Side Of The Moon” and more)

Thur Aug 4 Harrah’s Council Bluffs Council Bluffs, IA
Fri Aug 5 Kanrocksas – Kansas Speedway Kansas City, KS
Sat Aug 6 Brady District Block Party Tulsa, OK
(w/ Primus, MuteMath and more)

Sat Sep 10 Hopscotch festival Raleigh, NC
Telluride Blues & Brews
Fri Sep 16 Festival Telluride, CO
As you’ve heard via Wayne’s Coyne’s colorful tweets, the band have already released their first new studio recordings since 2009′s EMBRYONIC, beginning with the digital 12 part single, “TWO BLOBS F**KING,” released on Valentine’s Day, Feb 14th, and available on YouTube now.

A very limited edition, self-released 4-song 12″ color vinyl single followed in March and new songs with THE LIPS collaborating with Neon Indian and featuring the tracks: “Is David Bowie Dead?,” “Alan’s Theremin,” “You Don’t Respond” and “Do You Want New Wave or Do You Want the Truth Part 2.”

April saw the release of the first-ever Gummy Skull with different flavored Gummy brain inside the skull (life-sized, completely edible and weighing in at over 7lbs of chewy goodness) which houses a USB drive inside the brain with four new and exclusive songs: “Drug Chart,” “In Our Bodies, Out Of Our Heads,” “Walk With Me,” and “Hillary’s Time Machine Machine.” These are soon to be rare so check www.flaminglips.com for details.

Warning! You may wish to consult a registered physician before attempting to consume several pounds of congealed corn syrup, sugar, citric acid and vegetable oil in a single serving as 29g of carbohydrates at approximately 2500 calories may cause undesirable and unhealthful results. Side effects may include: dizziness, bloating, sweating, vomiting, temporary food-induced coma-like inability to move from the sofa or floor, discoloration of the teeth or bowel movements of an unusual hue. For best recommended results, immediately place USB drive into a compatible playback device set to maximum volume. Instant boogie will ease physical discomfort and enhance a heightened sense of euphoric well-being. Good luck.

Lest we forget the April 16, Record Store Day release of: “HEADY NUGGS: THE FIRST 5 WARNER BROS. RECORDS 1992 – 2002″ comprised of the complete recordings of: HIT TO DEATH IN THE FUTURE HEAD (1992), TRANSMISSIONS FROM THE SATELLITE HEART (1993), CLOUDS TASTE METALLIC (1995), THE SOFT BULLETIN (1990), and the Grammy Award-winning, YOSHIMI BATTLES THE PINK ROBOTS (2002).

Much, much more to be revealed soon. Until then, visit: www.flaminglips.com

28 Feb

The 3rd Annual Bring Our Music Back Festival (B.O.M.B. Fest) is back and bigger than ever! Bring Our Music Back, Inc. along with Frank Bombaci, Sr. and Frank Bombaci, Jr. are proud to announce the diverse group of artists that has been assembled for 2011. Watch the lineup announcement HERE. For the first time, this year’s festival, taking place over Memorial Day Weekend (May 28-29), will be at the Festival Grounds of B.O.M.B. Fest’s new site partner, Western Connecticut State University (43 Lake Ave, Danbury, CT 06810) in Danbury, CT — a short train ride from New York City, Boston, Providence and Philadelphia. Tickets go on sale via BombFest.com at 6 a.m. EST on March 4th.

B.O.M.B. Fest 2011 has assembled its most ambitious lineup to date, bringing together some of the best names in hip-hop, alternative and indie rock, giving the East Coast its own premiere music festival. The price for two-day passes will cost $109 go on sale on Friday, March 4th at 6:00 am EST. Official festival website can be found at www.bombfest.com.

All proceeds from the festival will benefit Bring Our Music Back, Inc. which is committed to providing music scholarships, music enrichment and education programs, music and healing initiatives and community support and outreach. In addition, one of this year’s charitable initiativesincludes the creation of an Emerging Artist Scholarship Fund at Western Connecticut State University.

2011 B.O.M.B. Fest Lineup:
Snoop Dogg
Wiz Khalifa
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Coheed And Cambria
Neon Trees
State Radio
George Clinton & Parliament/Funkadelic
The New Pornographers
Shpongle presents The Shpongletron Experience
Against Me!
Best Coast
Titus Andronicus
The Cool Kids
Portugal. The Man
Man Man
Dum Dum Girls
The Felice Brothers
Freelance Whales
Holy Fuck
Quintron and Miss Pussycat
Dan Deacon
12th Planet
Free Energy
Real Estate
Nosaj Thing
The Hood Internet
Toubab Krewe
Small Black
River City Extension
Big Freedia
David Wax Museum
Roots of Creation
Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez
Walk the Moon
Also featuring more than 25 local artists!

About Bring Our Music Back, Inc.:
BRING OUR MUSIC BACK, INC. is dedicated to the enrichment of life through music. Our mission is to support burgeoning musical talent, programs and services in our communities by fostering the artistic development of youth preserving music as a viable art form. Bring Our Music Back, Inc. is all about MUSIC WITH PURPOSE! Some of the enrichment initiatives championed by Bring Our Music Back, Inc. include artist mentorships and music scholarships, music enrichment and education programs, music and healing initiatives, community support and music awareness and community and cultural outreach. Bring Our Music Back, Inc. is proud to support music therapy programs with the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and Hospice of Connecticut.

28 Oct

Free Energy is thrilled to announce a stint of live dates with Weezer this December! On their forthcoming “Memories Tour,” Weezer will perform twice in each city, playing a classic album in full each night– first the classic 1994 self-titled Blue Album, and then 1996′s cult classic Pinkerton. Be sure to catch Free Energy opening for Weezer in Boston and NYC!

In celebration of the continued national tour with the fine men of Foxy Shazam, episode 2 of “The Free Energy Power Hour” which is a new show the band is developing for Free Energy T.V. Internet, premiered on MOG today. Prepare for high adventure, potential disaster, and heartbreaking romance as the “Foxy & Free Tour” comes to your town. The band released Episode 1 to fans last month. Check out the second episode here or watch below. More episodes to come!

Produced by DFA’s James Murphy, Free Energy’s debut album, Stuck On Nothing, is out now on Astralwerks/DFA Records. Don’t miss your chance to see what Rolling Stone, Spin, and Alternative Press have all declared as one of the most exciting bands of 2010 live!

Free Energy Tour Dates

10/28: Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour *
10/29: San Francisco, CA @ Slims *
10/30: San Jose, CA @ The Blank Club *
11/10: Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge *
11/11: Seattle, WA @ Crocodile Café *
11/12: Vancouver, BC @ Media Club *
11/14: Edmonton, AB @ Pawn Shop *
11/15: Calgary, AB @ The Republik *
11/16: Saskatoon, SK @ Amigos *
11/17: Winnipeg, MB @ The Pyramid *
11/18: Minneapolis, MN @ 400 Bar *
11/19: Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall *
11/20: Indianapolis, IN @ Radio Radio*
11/21: Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop *
11/22: Albany, NY @ Valentines *
11/23: Boston, MA @ Paradise *
11/24: New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom *
11/26: Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg *
11/27: Philadelphia, PA @ Theater of Living Arts *
11/30: Lancaster, PA @ The Chameleon Club *
12/01: Washington, DC @ Rock and Roll Hotel *
12/07: Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theater #
12/08: Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews #
12/09: Iowa City, IA @ Blue Moose Tap #
12/14: Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theatre ^
12/15: Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theatre ^
12/17: New York, NY @ Roseland Ballroom ^
12/18: New York, NY @ Roseland Ballroom ^

* = Foxy & Free Tour, Sponsored by SPIN Magazine
^ = w/ Weezer (Memories Tour)
# – Headlining Date

07 Oct
27 Sep

Few albums in rock history have enjoyed as complete a critical and popular turnaround as Weezer’s Pinkerton (pre-order). Though tagged a disappointment upon its 1996 release, today Pinkerton is considered one of the most influential and important albums of that decade and beyond. In 2004, Rolling Stone even felt compelled to re-review the album, raising it from three stars to the ultimate five. Spin has since honored Pinkerton as among the 100 best albums of 1985-2005 and Guitar World ranks it among the top 100 guitar albums of all-time.

Now the two-CD Pinkerton – Deluxe Edition (pre-order), released November 2, 2010, adds color to the band’s musical journey with the original Weezer-produced album remastered and 25 contemporaneous bonus tracks, including every official B-side and 16 previously unreleased recordings. Among the latter are the newly-discovered gem “Tragic Girl,” unreleased B-side “I Swear It’s True” and numerous live performances, particularly noteworthy given that the band rarely played Pinkerton songs after the album tour. The 1996-1997 concert tracks were taken from the massive Reading Festival in the U.K., radio station sessions in Philadelphia and Salt Lake City, and a lunchtime performance won in a contest by Shorecrest High School near Seattle. Accompanying the package is a booklet with numerous photos and an essay by band compatriot Karl Koch, who reveals how the glorious “Tragic Girl” was recorded at the last minute but left undocumented, causing many to forget its existence.
Singer-songwriter-guitarist Rivers Cuomo, guitarist Brian Bell, bassist Matt Sharp and drummer Patrick Wilson had scored with 1994′s self-titled debut (aka “The Blue Album”). The triple platinum disk spun off the hits “Undone – The Sweater Song,” “Buddy Holly” and “Say It Ain’t So.” But Cuomo shelved an ambitious rock opera for the follow-up (the Hamburg, Germany recorded demo “You Won’t Get With Me Tonight” on Deluxe Edition is a remnant). His experiences of sudden rock stardom coupled with entering Harvard and enduring painful leg surgery suggested a darker, more visceral, less playful tone than Weezer’s previous power pop.

At the time, Pinkerton’s vulnerable lyrics and edgier music took audiences and critics by surprise. But redemption was near. Today Pinkerton approaches platinum and is widely hailed as one of modern rock’s greatest albums.


Original Album:
1. Tired Of Sex
2. Getchoo
3. No Other One
4. Why Bother?
5. Across The Sea
6. The Good Life
7. El Scorcho
8. Pink Triangle
9. Falling For You
10. Butterfly
B-Sides and More:
11. You Gave Your Love To Me Softly
12. Devotion
13. The Good Life (Radio Remix)
14. Waiting On You
15. I Just Threw Out The Love Of My Dreams
16. The Good Life (Live and Acoustic)
17. Pink Triangle (Radio Remix)
18. I Swear It’s True*
19. Pink Triangle (Live and Acoustic)

1. You Won’t Get With Me Tonight*
2. The Good Life (Live at Y100 Sonic Session)*
3. El Scorcho (Live at Y100 Sonic Session)*
4. Pink Triangle (Live at Y100 Sonic Session)*
5. Why Bother? (Live at Reading Festival 1996)*
6. El Scorcho (Live at Reading Festival 1996)*
7. Pink Triangle (Live at Reading Festival 1996)*
8. The Good Life (Live at X96)
9. El Scorcho (Live and Acoustic)*
10. Across The Sea Piano Noodles*
11. Butterfly (Alternate Take)*
12. Long Time Sunshine*
13. Getting Up And Leaving*
14. Tired Of Sex (Tracking Rough)*
15. Getchoo (Tracking Rough)*
16. Tragic Girl*

*Previously unreleased

16 Sep

Weezer performed “Memories” on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Check it out and pick up their album Hurley on iTunes, Amazon MP3, CD

14 Sep

Weezer have unveiled the video for “Memories”, the super catchy first single off of their new album Hurley out now on Epitaph Records. Check out the video featuring the band and the Jackass crew. Also be sure to pick up their new album Hurley on iTunes, Amazon MP3, CD