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Boston Calling Is Right Around the Corner—Which Sets Will You See?

Boston Calling is just around the corner, with the festival kicking off this Friday, May 26th and running through Sunday the 28th. If you’re like me you’ve been dreaming of which acts you’ll see and all the incredible food you’re going to be chomping down on in between sets. But now that we’re just days away, it’s time to start making your schedule. As you’re doing that you might realize that like in previous years, there’s a bit of overlap in the acts, making for some tough decisions. For instance,…

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Industry Interview: Boston Calling’s Talent Buyer: Trevor Solomon

Boston Calling is right around the corner, and we can’t wait to check out the brand new location and incredible acts headlining this year (looking at you Weezer, The 1975, and Bon Iver!). There are SO many incredible acts in both music and for the first time ever, a comedy stage. It’s going to be a weekend packed with non-stop action. In preparation, we interviewed the man responsible for booking those acts, Trevor Solomon, to grab his thoughts on the festival’s evolution and how bands can vie for their own shot at…

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Boston Calling Announces 2017 Lineup: Weezer, Tool, Mumford & Sons, The 1975 & More

When Boston Calling first announced plans to infiltrate Boston, I couldn’t have been more excited. It had been a long time coming that my home city have its own music festival, and what Boston Calling has brought the city over the years is nothing short of incredibly special. We’ve covered the festival since its inception, watching it transform, but never failing to provide stellar line-ups, and enough food, fun, and general entertainment to keep the entire weekend packed with excitement. As announced back in May, the festival will be changing locations from City…

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STREAM: The Orphan The Poet “Terrible Things”

Alternative rock band, The Orphan The Poet are releasing an EP titled Terrible Things on June 3rd. In anticipation of the release, the band are streaming the EP’s first single, and title track, “Terrible Things.” The song, which sounds like a mixture of Mayday Parade, Atreyu, and Weezer, is a catchy punch-to-the-gut that talks about getting too caught up in our own personal nightmares. “I’ve got these terrible dreams where I do terrible things, and I don’t want to believe, no I don’t want to believe it’s you,” sings frontman David Eselgroth layered over poppy, alternative instrumentals and…

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WATCH: Lee Corey Oswald, Allison Weiss “El Scorcho” Weezer Cover

Lee Corey Oswald and Allison Weiss have teamed up to cover Weezer’s hit song, “El Scorcho.” The pop punk artists joined together to do a cool, stripped down version of the track as a part of No Sleep Records’ Acoustic Warehouse Sessions. Like the title states, the performance takes place in a crowded corner of a warehouse which adds sort of a comforting vibe. Basically, it makes me want to sing songs with my friends too. Check it out for yourself below! This summer, you can catch Weiss on the…

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The Relationship Signs To Burger Records and Announces Tour

The LA born ‘rock n roll’ side project of Weezer guitarist Brian Bell, The Relationship, announced via Facebook that they have signed to Burger Records.  Adding to the excitement is the news that they will be releasing their new 7-inch, Oh Allen, on April 8th before setting out on a US tour with Gringo Star on April 15th. The tour begins on April 15th at Hanger 24 in Redlands, California and will end on May 15th at the House Of Blues in San Diego, California. You can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Stream music, find…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Great Sale Day ‘Wild & Chunky’

For hardcore musicians Andrew Fisher (Basement), Ed McRae (previously of Your Demise), Daniel Frye (Unholy Majesty) and Ben Saker (Breaking Point), Great Sale Day is a way to have fun making music with no expectations. The result? An 11-track album where Weezer meets The Beatles and The Beach Boys in a melting pot of 90s alternative rock. Great Sale Day deceptively begins their debut album with the hard hitting guitar intro to, “Do Not Want To Know.” As soon as Fisher starts singing, the listener knows there is no chance…

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“This is music, this is spirit, this is passion if you’ll let yourself hear it. Cause there’s mercy in the verse, a story in the chorus, a bridge to get over the sea of doubt before us.”- Paradise Fears The following photos were posted between October 10-16, 2014 and are shown with the original captions. To make it easy for you, we have linked each picture to the user’s account. Be sure to follow each of them so you don’t miss anything! If you missed last week’s edition you can catch up…

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WATCH: Weezer “Ain’t Got Nobody” Live On Kimmel

Weezer performed their song, “Ain’t Got Nobody”, on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. The track comes off the band’s upcoming album, Everything Will Be Alright In The End, which will be released on October 7th. Watch Weezer’s performance after the jump. To hear more from the band, purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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WATCH: Weezer Behind The Scenes “Back To The Shack”

Weezer recently premiered the music video for the song “Back To The Shack”. The track is off their latest album, Everything Will Be Alright In The End, which will be available on October 7th. Check out behind the scene clips from the shoot after the jump. To hear more from Weezer, purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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