Weezer wrestles with nostalgia on latest record

One day, Weezer may run out of colors. But for now, they’ve settled on white for the release of their fourth self-titled album and follow-up to last year’s well-received Everything Will be Alright in the End. The white album — the band refers to their self-titles by color — is
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Weezer, friends rock Oracle Arena for Not So Silent Night

Although the Golden State Warriors were away at Boston earning their 24th consecutive win of the season, Oracle Arena was still set to roar Dec. 11 for Live 105’s annual Not So Silent Night. But instead of jersey-clad basketball fans twirling rally towels above their heads after Steph Curry sinks
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Playlist of the week: ’90s nostalgia

Because many of us are home for the summer, we’re surrounded by the love, affection and home-cooking family and friends we grew up with. So it’s totally understandable that we’ve been having impromptu childhood flashbacks. To help you revisit those sweet ’90s childhood memories and marvel at how much time
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Wavves: Afraid of Heights

Recent articles in music publications have decried the state of indie rock, declaring that is has gone “soft” and become too “wimpy.” While these sentiments may be extreme, it’s true that indie has trended less toward the rock ‘n’ roll of Pavement or the White Stripes and more toward the
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This Week in Sound: Relationships and Gypsys

British pop-rock group The Ting Tings will release Sounds from Nowheresville — their 2nd studio album — this week. Their first album in four years, it’ll be interesting to see if the group can overcome the sophomore slump. DashGo/Courtesy Weezer guitarist Brian Bell, along with Nate Shaw from The Hunns,
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