Time to hop in the car, load up the playlists and snacks, and join Weezer and some of the biggest names in indie rock for what will be the tour of the summer.
Weezer is thrilled to share “I Want A Dog,” the first single from the final installment of their 4-EP SZNZ series, ‘SZNZ: Winter.’
Isle of Wight local Lauran Hibberd drops a nostalgic, light-hearted slacker-pop look at small town life on ‘Garageband Superstar.’
Glass Animals (w/ support from Mob Rich) deliver indie-rock perfection at Oklahoma City’s OKC Zoo Amphitheater. Coverage by Patrick Quiring.
Rock favourites Weezer have announced details of their ambitious new project, the ‘SZNZ’ series. Read all about it here.
I’ll confess, Billy Talent is a band to which I’ve never really given that much thought. Yes, I’ve heard…
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After cryptic messages appeared online Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer have announced they will be heading out on the road together for the first time ever on The Hella Mega Tour
For those who remember first hearing the debut Weezer record, when it was new, get ready — you’re about to feel a good bit older. The landmark set was released via DGC 25 years ago this past week (May 10, 1994).
While making their way around the U.S. on a month-long co-headlining arena tour, the Pixies and Weezer came through Oakland, California for an enjoyable evening at the Oracle Arena, with support from Basement.
Weezer brought the heat to a cool summer night on the water at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater on July 18, 2018, with help from friends in Pixies and Sleigh Bells. Check out photos and a review here!
“Lives” starts off Dictator in a great way, giving you the simultaneous hookiness, heavyness and weirdness that one would hope for from a Malakian-related project.
It was amazing to see 13,500 like-minded music fans getting their alt-rock on at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto this past Saturday! Weezer and Pixies both sounded excellent and left the audience wanting more.