Archive for February 26th, 2014


Architects Unleash “C.A.N.C.E.R.”

Architects may have just released my new favorite song. The group will be dropping their sixth studio album, Lost Forever // Lost Together, March 11 and it’s already promising to be one of the best of 2014. If their first single didn’t catch your attention, then you might want to check out the song they […]


Brand New Announce Support For Upcoming US Headliner

Thus far, 2014 has been a phenomenal year for Brand New fans. The Long Island four-piece made a triumphant return to the spotlight during the latter half of 2013, and in recent months have been promoting their first headlining tour in almost three years. And it seems the good news just keeps coming. Earlier this […]


Whitechapel Declare “The Saw Is The Law” On New Track

Are you ready to mosh until you’re sweaty and short of breath? Good. Go ahead and clear some space now. You’re going to need it. Whitechapel are pushing forward with the promotional efforts for Our Endless War this afternoon with the release of a new song titled “The Saw Is The Law.” It’s a crushing […]


‘The Conjuring 2’ Gets A 2015 Release Date

Those who flocked to theaters for James Wan’s The Conjuring and loved it are in luck because the sequel will be out October 2015. The first raked in over $130 million at the box office causing not one, but two more movies. The sequel that IMDB has listed as The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist, […]


Get “Sanctified” With This New Track From Rick Ross, Kanye West, And Big Sean

“All I want is a $100 million dollars and a bad bitch.” Rick Ross surprised fans last night by sharing his new album, Mastermind, via iTunes a full week ahead of the record’s official shelf date. The entire record is worth your time, but for those who only want the hits we are sharing what […]

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UTG EXCLUSIVE STREAM: The Horde and the Harem – “Robbery”

Seattle’s own The Horde and the Harem have been crafting a unique brand of indie rock since 2009, when the band began to take the greater Northwest by storm. Their new record, Fairweather Friends, is due out April 12 and provides to be an expert blend of infectious indie-rock from a band not afraid to open […]


REVIEW: Beck – ‘Morning Phase’

Artist: Beck Album: Morning Phase Genre: Alternative rock, folk rock Label: Capitol Beck is known for asking important questions in music, presenting listeners with poignant thoughts that beg for an active listening. His early albums laced hip hop with a rock edge, until his middle period verged into noisey, experimental work; an alternative rock in […]


We’re Not On Drugs, We Just Love Tove Lo

There is no stopping the rise of Tove Lo. This is your last chance to hop on the bandwagon before the scales tip and she’s featured in every pop outlet in print, on screen, and otherwise currently in existence. She’s ushering in a new age of downtempo electronic pop, and her latest single only further […]


No Oasis Reunion; Band Re-Releasing First Three Studio Albums In 2014

Oasis are one of the few bands who can still cause a digital fuss online whenever they decide to make an announcement. Not so unlike The Smiths, every hint of action from within the Oasis camp is immediately extrapolated by fans and the press to signify signs of a reunion and possible album/tour/etc. The story […]

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Being As An Ocean Announce Sophomore Album

California quintet Being As An Ocean made waves in the melodic hardcore world in 2012 with their debut full-length, Dear G-d…, a dynamic record defined by vocalist Joel Quartuccio’s alternating use of guttural screams and slam poetry-style spoken word. Following two years of heavy touring and some recent lineup changes, the band will return this […]


REVIEW: ScHoolboy Q – ‘Oxymoron’

Artist: ScHoolboy Q Album: Oxymoron Genre: Rap / Hip-Hop Label: Interscope After a huge debut album that got critics all over eyeing and anticipating ScHoolboy Q and what he would release next, the real Oxymoron here is expecting 2014’s first “huge” rap album to be anything more than a sophomore slump or just over-hyped. Even […]


REVIEW: T. Mills – ‘All I Wanna Do’ EP

Artist: T. Mills Album: All I Wanna Do Label: Sony After years spent toeing the line between underground and top 40 fame, T. Mills has dropped the majority of his hip-hop influences and fully embraced the world of pop for his All I Wanna Do EP. Kicking off with the title track, All I Wanna […]