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Weezer – Everything Will Be Alright In The End (Review)

(Written by Mateo Muro) Weezer has been promoting their new album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End, since early March and they performed the single “Back to the Shack” for the first time in early February. This song immediately hits the ears with a hard rocking guitar riff which contrasts the apologetic lyrics. Rivers […]

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Monday Mixer

(Written by Emma Kelley) Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. – War Zone Don’t think that Dale Earnhardt Jr. started an indie-pop band – this isn’t the racecar driver. The two gentlemen in Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. have been getting more attention after they released their album The Speed of Things about a year ago this time […]

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WPGU at Riot Fest 2014 (Day 3)

Written by Justin Peters The early afternoon sets on Sunday featured the fewest amount of artists I had plans to see. After a late start, I made my way to the park, where I jumped around the outskirts of a number of sets. The most notable performance I glanced at was Mutts, who sounded like […]

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The Great Cover Up: Day One

It’s that time of year again. For many of us here in the C-U, When January rolls around it means one thing: The Great Cover Up. For those of you who don’t know the deal, 25+ local bands play 20-30 minute sets across 4 nights covering one of their favorite artists (or sometimes a concept, such as […]

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Weezer’s back with eighth album, Hurley

“Memories make me want to go back there…All the memories make me want to go back there again.” That’s the chorus of “Memories”, the first song off of Weezer’s new album Hurley. Honestly, this lyric could be a synecdoche of Weezer’s musical output post-1996. Weezer reminds me of a fundamental question in art criticism: should […]

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