Archive for June 9th, 2011

The Early November reunite (via Facebook)

The Early November are back! Well, not really, but they making more of an attempt to stay in touch with friends and fans by running their own Facebook page. That’s right, you can now like the band that gave us such great songs as “Hair,” “Decoration,” and “Baby Blue.” So what are you waiting for? […]

Real Estate signs with Domino Records

It has been announced that New Jersey’s own Real Estate have signed with Domino Records. The group has stated that their sophomore release is in the finishing stages and will be out sometime in October. Check out Real Estate’s upcoming tour that includes support from Dent May, Feelies, Times New Viking, Dominant Legs and Melted […]

Kreayshawn Signs With Columbia

Have you heard Kreayshawn? If you have to ask yourself this question, the answer is a resounding “no.” We don’t mean offense by that, but anyone that’s witness Kreayshawn’s “Gucci Gucci” video is likely to never forget her face (or voice). After garnering over 2 million Youtube plays with her single-white-female twist on hip hop, […]


REVIEW: Frank Turner – England Keep My Bones

“…England Keep My Bones is a stunning album. It’s warm, soothing, and yet rousing, mixing genuinely tender asides with vehement declarations of patriotism in a glorious serenade to one’s homeland. For all that the latter point may become repetitious after a time, the more personal tone adopted in the final act gives it genuine heart. Poignant at times and never short of exhilarating, this deserves your full attention.”

Deerhunter go live on Rhapsody

Deerhunter have been added to the Rhapsody Originals series. The group recently released a live 6-song set from their live show on March 18, 2011 at Club Deville in Austin,Texas. It is streaming and available for download by clicking right here. Track-listing: 1. Wash Off 2. Desire Lines 3. Don’t Cry 4. Nothing Ever Happened […]

ALBUM STREAM: Bon Iver – Bon Iver

UTG was able to attain an album stream of Justin Vernon’s entire new self-titled album. This incredible album from Bon Iver has been atop plenty of critics best-sellers and deserves some recognition. Take a full listen through the album, right here, and let us know what you think by providing feedback. Listen and enjoy!

Life is Good Festival announces line-up

The official line-up has been revealed for the Life is Good Festival in Massachusetts. The festival is set to take place at Prowse Farm in Canton, MA on September 24 and 25. You can check out the entire line-up by looking below. Saturday September 24th: THE AVETT BROTHERS MICHAEL FRANTI AND SPEARHEAD ROBERT RANDOLPH & […]

It’s Transit Thursday!

Transit Thursday has once again arrived to entertain you with some of the best cover songs you’ll hear this year. Click below to see the Transit guys covering Hot Water Music’s “Trusty Chords.” If you haven’t listened to Transit or Hot Water Music before now, your whole world is about to improve.

STREAM: Drake – Marvin’s Room

Drake has unleashed the second single from his forthcoming album, Take Care. Click below to stream the slow and smooth “Marvin’s Room.” As you’ll notice almost instantly, the material for Take Care is decidedly softer than Thank Me Later, but we aren’t complaining. Take Care is scheduled to arrive in stores this Fall.

“The Hangover 3” is coming…

Now that we’ve released our review and many of you have seen it, can we just outright say The Hangover 2 was, in nearly every sense of the word, a disappointment? Not only was it a verbatim rehash of the first film, but the avenues they took to make it “fresh” was essentially just amplified […]

The best acoustic version I ever had

The Swellers have recorded an acoustic version of their latest single, “The Best I Ever Had.” Click here to stream the song. “The Best I Ever Had” will appear on Good For Me, which hits stores next week (June 14).

The Wonder Years track-by-track

Alternative Press is currently featuring a track-by-track guide to The Wonder Years’ new album, Suburbia I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing. Click here to see what vocalist Dan “Soupy” Campbell had to say about each and every song on this fantastic release.