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Here’s Rivers Cuomo Performing at an Andrew Yang Rally in Iowa

Andrew Yang is currently traveling the country, campaigning against Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and others in hopes of being the Democratic nominee for the 2020 presidential election. On Friday afternoon (November 1), Yang brought his tactics to Des Moines, Iowa, where he hosted Yangapalooza!—an impromptu festival-inspired campaign rally where he was joined by...

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Weezer Made Dave Grohl Cry With Their Cover of Nirvana’s “Lithium”

Weezer covered Nirvana’s hit “Lithium” at Rock in Rio on Saturday, September 28, and Dave Grohl was apparently into it. It’s not the first time they’ve covered the track off Nevermind, but the Rock in Rio lineup had Foo Fighters playing right after Weezer, which made this particular performance feel a little more like an explicit tribute. “We’re going to cover a song...

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Charli XCX Revisits Classic SPIN Covers Featuring Gwen Stefani, Her Crush Robert Smith, and More

Charli XCX hasn’t been shy when it comes to talking about her favorite musical acts and influences—and sometimes, even her crushes—several of whom have graced SPIN’s covers over the years. So when we sat down with our September cover star, we reflected with her about past classic covers, from Iggy Pop’s November 1986 issue, to Weezer’s July 2002 appearance. When presented with No...

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Weezer, Courtney Love, Billy Corgan, The Killers, and More React to Ric Ocasek’s Death

Ric Ocasek, the beloved producer, solo artist, and frontman of the Cars, passed away this weekend at the age of 75. Tributes to Ocasek, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year along with the Cars, have poured out from a wide variety of musician and celebrity fans. Notably, Weezer, whose...

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Billie Joe Armstrong Says Green Day’s New Album Was Inspired by Kendrick Lamar

Following the announcement of Green Day, Weezer, and Fall Out Boy’s international Hella Mega Tour, the lead singers of the three bands—Billie Joe Armstrong, Rivers Cuomo, and Pete Wentz, respectively—sat down with Billboard to discuss the genesis of the idea. They also discussed their upcoming new albums, since the tour reveal yesterday was coupled with...

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Watch Weezer Perform New Single “The End of the Game” on Jimmy Kimmel

Weezer was the musical talent on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, promoting their newly announced album Van Weezer’s first single “The End of the Game.” In a February Entertainment Weekly interview, Weezer head madman Rivers Cuomo said that Van Weezer—one of two album expected from the band in the near future—is stylistically “Blue Album-ish, but a...

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Green Day, Weezer, and Fall Out Boy Announce 2020 Stadium Tour

Green Day, Weezer, and Fall Out Boy are joining forces for a stadium tour next summer. Appropriately dubbed the “Hella Mega Tour,” the run kicks off June 13, 2020 in Paris, hits seven more cities in Europe, then 20 cities in North America, wrapping August 29, 2020 in Philadelphia. A promotional video that recreates Anchorman’s...

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Weezer Announce New Album Van Weezer, Release “The End of the Game”

Weezer announced a joint tour with Fall Out Boy and Green Day earlier today, and now they’ve graced us with some more news: their next album, Van Weezer, is coming May 15, 2020, and the first single is out now. “The End of the Game” comes along with a music video starring Cherry Glazerr, though they’re not...

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Thank You Rivers Cuomo for Never Releasing Your Rap Album About Vegetarianism

There’s a new feature about Weezer’s debut LP Blue Album over at Rolling Stone that offers a fairly interesting dive into the band’s origin story. Did you know, for instance, that frontman Rivers Cuomo hated the Pixies when he started working at Tower Records in Los Angeles, where a co-worker introduced him to Weezer’s drummer...

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The Strokes: SPIN’s 2003 Cover Story, The Rebirth of Cool

This article originally appeared in the January 2003 issue of SPIN. “Is it okay to let the girls in?” Smoggy asks. The Strokes’ amiable, ruddy-faced security man, dressed in crisp English sporting gear, ducks into the dressing room of Portland, Maine’s once-grand State Theatre to see if singer Julian Casablancas is ready to meet some...

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