Archive for January 9th, 2014


Akissforjersey Premiere “Widow/Maker”

New Bodies will be Akissforjersey‘s first album in almost six years. It’s hard to imagine that the band will sound anything like they did in Victims now that so much time has passed. From what we have heard from the group so far though, it seems like fans won’t be disappointed. The band is keeping […]

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New ‘Days of Future Past’ Photo Showcases Quicksilver, Xavier On Two Feet

In the coming years we will have not one, but two different versions of Quicksilver in theaters. One for the upcoming mutant time-travel adventure, Days of Future Past, as well as an iteration in The Avengers: Age Of Ultron (though don’t call him a mutant in that one, Fox’s film rights prohibits the use of […]


FREE MP3: Drake – “Trophies” (Electric Bodega Trap Remix)

There was an article yesterday that included an invitation to any aspiring producer or production outfit to submit their latest content to UTG for posting consideration. We didn’t know if anyone would follow through at first, but this morning I awoke to find over a dozen remixes and original tracks ranging from straight-up club music, […]


Skaters Stream New Single

New York City’s Skaters could be the next big thing in indie rock. That’s a pretty bold statement, but they certainly have the songs to back it up. Their new single, “Miss Teen Massachusetts,” for example, is a rousing, infectious track with a giant chorus hook that is guaranteed to be stuck in your head […]

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WATCH: Of Mice & Men Release Behind the Scenes Video

Of Mice & Men have chosen to give fans a special look at the making of the band’s upcoming album Restoring Force. The band (via Rise Records) has posted a short video of the recording process for the record. The video includes black and white film of the studio where the band recorded the album as […]


Architects Announce New Album & New Single

The UK metalcore outfit known as Architects have been around going on ten years now. That’s quite a long time for any band, let alone one in an alternative genre. That isn’t going to stop them any time soon, as they have announced that they will be releasing their sixth studio album later this year. […]

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White Girl Dance Corner

Hello! I’m Tarynn Law, and this is a weekly column I’ll be writing that spotlights some up and coming indie pop/alternative/hipster/hype/buzz bands/you-get-the-idea groups that you should be checking out before they become massive. I mean, we all want to be that person that says “I knew them way back when,” don’t we? I thought so. Here […]


Major League Part Ways With Vocalist

After four year run that has included a slew of EPs and a full-length, Hard Feelings, released in 2012 on No Sleep Records, New Jersey pop punk unit Major League have announced that they are parting ways with longtime vocalist Nick Trask. The split is amicable, with both parties stating that it was time for […]

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REVIEW: Neck Deep – ‘Wishful Thinking’

Artist: Neck Deep Album: Wishful Thinking Genre: Pop Punk It’s a testament to the power of the internet that Neck Deep’s debut album, Wishful Thinking, is one of the most anticipated pop punk releases of 2014. The band was formed less than two years ago, and they’ve played only two shows on American soil, but […]


MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Open Grave’

Film: Open Grave Starring: Sharlto Copley, Joseph Morgan, Thomas Kretschmann Director: Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego Writers: Chris Borey, Eddie Borey The trick to a good thriller/horror is to only reveal enough plot to keep the audience intrigued. Most of these films involve trying to figure out who the killer is amongst a group of people that are stuck […]


Eric Bana’s ‘Deliver Us From Evil’ In Hopes To Be The Next ‘Conjuring’

Screen Gems hopes they to garner another horror hit with this summer’s Deliver Us from Evil starring Eric Bana since last year they scored big with The Conjuring. Usually scary movies are reserved for the fall to sit pretty next to Halloween, but the summer months may be just as good. The Conjuring proved this […]

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REVIEW: Sianvar – ‘Sianvar’ EP

Artist: Sianvar Album: Sianvar EP Genre: Post hardcore Label: None Can we really handle a world where we have music coming from A Lot Like Birds, Dance Gavin Dance, Secret Band and Sianvar? My head hurts just trying to think about who’s in what band right now. The last twelve months though, these bands have […]