Live 105 this morning released the lineup for its annual BFD spring mini-festival, which will head to Shoreline Amphitheatre for the 19th year on Sunday, May 19. Headlining the day are Thirty Seconds to Mars, Passion Pit, Silversun Pickups, and Jimmy Eat World. Other notable performers include DJ Sh ... More >>
Any energy-based band returning to the fray after eight years -- especially one whose calling card was its immaturity -- will be a nervous prospect. Yet here is Blink-182, out today with Neighborhoods. Let's see how it goes. Stream the album on Blink-182's website here. Ghost on the Dance ... More >>
Jimmy Eat WorldJimmy Eat World: In 2001, four friends from Mesa, Ariz., made an album called Bleed American -- a set of sentimental, earnest, and immensely relatable pop-punk anthems. Teenagers everywhere shoved the CD into their car stereos as they snuck out past curfew; the album went plati ... More >>
Richard HaickJimmy Eat World September 30, 2010 @ The Warfield Better than: all those dudes in eyeliner that people think are emo now. In an attic in Arizona somewhere, there are four hideously deformed paintings, getting old, Dorian Gray style, because the members of Jim ... More >>
Pop rock is like jello -- there's always room for it. Make sure to fit in some sweet guitar riffs courtesy of Jimmy Eat World when they perform at the Fillmore on March 4. Tickets go on sale Sunday, Nov. 16 at 10 a.m. --Oscar Pascual
Jimmy Eat World Chase This Light (Interscope) The first lyric on Jimmy Eat World's new album Chase This Light is a very self-assured — if not presumptuous — one-word imperative: "stay." But an enormous wall of distorted guitars then suckerpunches the listener, just before a raucous burst of powe ... More >>
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