It's certainly up there. I can't even wait to do a WTF Wednesday post because this is so insanely horrible that everyone needs to hear it now. Behold the new Ghostbusters theme song. Then curl up in a ball and cry and try to unhear it.
One of the rarest or rarities in the Weezer universe is the kitchen tape -- an early and extremely rare demo. Rivers Cuomo doesn't even have a copy of it. And it's his band.
A copy recently popped up on eBay and sold for over $4,000. Luckily the dude who bought it was doing so to make it public to other Weezer fans (over 50 of whom donated to help him make the purchase). And now it's up for everyone to listen to. Enjoy:
I've easily seen at least 150 shows at the 9:30 Club since I moved to DC. It's my favorite venue. I go back and forth on my favorite show there, since there have been so many great ones. But I'll tell you at finally seeing "One Armed Scissor" live on Tuesday was easily the best single moment that I've ever had at the Club. So clearly I have to make it the SOW:
Waxahatchee played an annoyingly short headlining set at the Black Cat on Monday (40 minute). But they were so good that I can't even be that mad about it. So I'll make the SOW the song that they opened with, "Under a Rock":