Archive for September 2nd, 2013

The Dangerous Summer

The Dangerous Summer Release Music Video For “Sins”

Golden Record is The Dangerous Summer‘s third full length studio album, which was released August 6 via Hopeless Records. A few days ago, the band released a music video for one of their singles, titled “Sins.” The video has the band performing with a black background, and cuts back and forth between them and two […]


InDirections Sign To InVogue Records, Plan To Release Album In 2014

InDirections are a Texas based post hardcore outfit who have been together since 2011. Yesterday afternoon they happily announced that they signed to the alternative label, InVogue Records. To go along with that announcement, the band also announced that they will be releasing a brand new album through the label in 2014. They plan on […]

Big Sean

MUSIC VIDEO: Big Sean – “10 2 10”

Big Sean dropped his most recent album, Hall Of Fame, late last month. A couple of days ago, he released the music video for one of the singles, titled “10 2 10.” The video features the rapper at a beach in a number of different outfits, singing into a microphone in one shot, and sitting […]

The Notorious BIG

The Notorious B.I.G. Fans Want To Name A Brooklyn Intersection After Him

Fans of the late The Notorious B.I.G. have started a petition to name an intersection after his birth name. They are asking the city to co-name the intersection of St. James Place and Fulton Street to Christopher Wallace Way. The petition has less than 100 signatures to go before it reaches its goal of […]

Asap Rocky Wing Shoes

A$AP Rocky Is Making Adidas Shoes With Wings

We’re bound to be humans forever (well, most of us anyway) and not having superpowers is something comic book lovers have had to accept long ago. Now it looks like A$AP Rocky has his head in the clouds and is looking for the next way to get there. As  Highsnobiety reports, designer Jeremy Scott and Adidas […]


MUSIC VIDEO: Hodgy Beats ft. Left Brain – “Karateman”

Odd Future‘s own Hodgy Beats has just released the music video for “Karateman,” the single featuring his MellowHype partner Left Brain. The video takes place at a late night party. That means beautiful women, alcohol, and the real part of any good party: the rest of the Odd Future gang. Thanks to some panning shots […]

Passion Pit

75% of Passion Pit’s Equipment Was Destroyed

In a predictable but unfortunate set of events, Passion Pit have had a good chunk of their equipment damaged in a storm this past Friday night. When gearing up to play at Chicago’s North Coast Music Festival, the festival was delayed and shortly after “approximately 75% of” Passion Pit’s gear was destroyed before they went […]

Pusha T

Pusha T Reignites Beef With Lil Wayne Via Twitter, Jae Millz Responds

Pusha T and Lil Wayne have had a beef with each other over the last few years or so, and they aren’t afraid to talk smack about each other publicly. Hours after Lil Wayne’s Dedication 5 dropped, Pusha T tweeted I think it’s safe to say, you really lost it…, apparently meant for Lil Wayne. […]


Drug Overdoses Reported At BOA Pavilion Just A Day After Two Die At NYC Fest

New York City’s Electric Zoo festival is an annual dance festival that draws thousands of spectators from across the country. In the first couple days of the festival, there were two deaths and four people hospitalized for what police believe were all drug related. Specifically, MDMA (Molly) or ecstasy. While many fans were disappointed by […]

Our Last Night

Our Last Night Launched $15,000 Indiegogo Campaign For Two EPs

With artists and musicians alike having such a high success rate with crowd funding, it’s no surprise to see more and more bands jump on and go DIY. According to Our Last Night, they have reached their record agreement with Epitaph, so they’ve decided to release two EPs on their own, with the help of […]


UTG INTERVIEW: Defeater/Alcoa’s Derek Archambault

Earlier this summer, we had the opportunity of interviewing Derek Archambault as he pulled double duty on The Vans Warped Tour where he performed for both Defeater as the band’s vocalist and his solo project, Alcoa. During that time, Archambault told us a lot about his future plans for Alcoa, some of the trademark aspects […]

A Rocket To The Moon 2013

A Rocket To The Moon Play Final Show, Release Statement

A Rocket To The Moon played their last show as a band in Boston over the holiday weekend. The setlist, comprised of twenty-two songs, was an emotional close for the pop-rock outfit. The band decided to call it quits in May of this year, following the release of their second LP, Wild & Free earlier […]