Archive for September, 2011


O’Brother Stream New Song “Machines Part – 1”

O’Brother have released a stream of a brand new tune off of Garden Window called “Machines Part – 1.” This track packs a ton of distortion and smooth rhythms into one punch, that’s sure to keep you wanting more. Listen to it by simply heading past the link and let UTG know what you think. […]


Never Shout Never Interview With Front Row Live Ent.

Robert Herrera took some time to hang out with the guys from Never Shout Never while on their Time Travel Tour in Hollywood. The band talked a ton about their recent release, Time Travel, the new direction, upcoming projects and the extensive touring schedule coming up. NSN discuss the influences behind the record and where […]

Under The Gun Review

Under The Gun Review Now Has a MOBILE APP

After weeks of speculation (and some pretty obvious hints on our Twitter), we are finally able to unveil our brand new (and completely free) MOBILE APP! Never again type a news site into your browser or scan Twitter (and the rest of the internet) for news relevant to your interest because you can now take […]


Bayside, Saves The Day, I Am The Avalanche, Transit to Release Split

In late October, Rise Records will be releasing a four-way 7 inch split from Bayside, Saves The Day, I Am The Avalanche, and Transit. All four bands will soon be going out on tour together and this split will be available at those shows. You can check out the track listing and tour dates after […]


STREAM: Curren$y – Light Snacks

Curren$y is truly a man on a mission. Every day he is working hard at perfecting his craft and making his songs unique. He recorded “Light Snacks” just last night and graciously decided to share it with us all. Listen and enjoy by simply heading past the jump and let UTG know what you think!

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REVIEW: States – Room To Run

Artist: States Album: Room to Run Genre: Pop/rock Label: [none] According to States’ Facebook, this is the result of some experimenting with demos at home. As is most music, naturally, but there’s something about this album that still reeks of indecision. It’s good, well put together and broad enough to find a wide audience, but […]

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Portugal. The Man Makes TV Debut On Conan

Last night a UTG favorite made their national television debut on Conan O’Brian, Portugal. The Man. These guys did an amazing job performing their song “So American” from their recent release, In the Mountain, In the Cloud. They even add in additional help on strings, which adds a whole new light to the song. Stay […]


The Flaming Lips to Release 24-Hour Song in Human Skulls

Ridiculous, as always, The Flaming Lips are sticking to their original style and will be recording a twenty-four hour long track after they release their six hour long track for charity that UTG have previously posted about in recent weeks. “It’s a song about death and it’s a song about fucking and it’s a song […]


Never Shout Never’s “Time Travel” Moves 10K First Week

Sometimes growing up isn’t as easy as you’d hoped it would be. Take for instance, Christofer Drew. His musical project, Never Shout Never, has been praised by fans and publications alike for years, but somehow it just isn’t translating to numbers. Today it was revealed Drew’s latest outing, Never Shout Never’s Time Travel, moved 10,000 […]


Allstar Weekend Make A Secret Secret Dino Club Song Their Own

The music industry is a funny place. Sometimes, one artist will record a song and, instead of said song taking them places, they’ll sell/give that song to another group to make huge. Such is the case with this story. Secret Secret Dino Club is a UTG favorite, but a group many of you may be […]


REVIEW: MuteMath – Odd Soul

Artist: Mutehmath Album: Odd Soul Genre: Indie/Post Rock Label: Teleprompt/Warner When something happens enough times, a formula or procedure is developed, there is no longer a need for trial and error; all the kinks have been worked out, and everything gets easier, and faster.


Mac Miller Brings Out Freeway In Philly

A couple days ago Mac Miller performed in Philly where he brought out Freeway to represent his city. They both performed the song “PA” to a packed crowd and everyone went insane. Catch the madness that occurred when the Philly Freezer hit the stage by clicking through the jump.