Posts Tagged ‘ Weezer ’

Watch Mac DeMarco cover Weezer’s “Sweater Song”

Watch Mac DeMarco cover Weezer's "Sweater Song." Photo of Mac DeMarco by Christina Hicks.

When Mac DeMarco tells the Onion’s A/V Club that he and his band just learned Weezer’s “Sweater Song” on the drive down, you have to smile a little.



Photo essay: Vail Snow Daze feat. Weezer, O.A.R. @ Ford Park

Vail Snow Daze

Weezer, O.A.R., more rock Vail Snow Daze at Ford Park



Album reviews: Weezer, Viva La Elvis, Cee-Lo Green

Album reviews: Weezer, Viva La Elvis, Cee-Lo Green

Album reviews: Weezer, Viva La Elvis, Cee-Lo Green



News: Vail pulls out the big guns — Weezer, O.A.R., Yoakam and more — for its Snow Daze

Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo, seen here messing around with a pinata on stage at this summer's Mile High Music Festival, will be one of the acts playing this year's Vail Snow Daze festival. Reverb file photo by Joe McCabe, heyreverb.com

Weezer, O.A.R., Dwight Yoakam and Mix Master Mike will play Vail Snow Daze this winter — a considerably more hip line-up than in years past.



CD reviews: Weezer, Grinderman

Weezer hasn't hit the lotto on their new album.

Spin and hyperbole are alive and well, especially in indie rock. As you’re reading about the latest Weezer record, you’ll see that…



2010 Mile High Music Festival, Day 2 — stories, slideshows and more

Would you let this crazy little man come near you without first arming yourself? Photo by Julio Enriquez, denverpost.com/reverb.

It’s an unarguable point: Music festivals are about the discovery of new bands.



News: Jack Johnson, Dave Matthews Band to headline the third annual Mile High Music Festival in August

Jack Johnson, seen here playing Red Rocks in 2008, will headline the first day of the third annual Mile High Music Festival. Reverb file photo by Laurie Scavo.

News: Jack Johnson, Dave Matthews Band to headline the third annual Mile High Music Festival in August



Live review: Blink-182, Weezer @ Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre

Live review: Blink-182, Weezer @ Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre

Rivers Cuomo and Weezer upstaged an irritating, distracting headlining set from a reunited Blink-182. Photos by Joe McCabe. A week before the Blink-182 and Weezer show on Sunday at Fiddler’s Green, a Blink-hating friend remarked how sad it was that Weezer wasn’t headlining. I reasoned that it was Blink’s reunion tour, after all, and at their best they could go toe-to-toe with Weezer any day of the week.