Archive for July 2nd, 2014

Those Who Exist

Those Who Exist Sign To 24/eight Records

Those Who Exist are a five piece metalcore outfit based out of Rochester, New York. They’ve only been together for a short while, but in that time they have caught the attention of fans across the country. Yesterday they took the next step in their career as a group and announced that they have signed […]


LISTEN: The Felix Culpa – “Karma City”

It has been a long wait for new tunes from the much loved and much missed The Felix Culpa. But, today, fans are able to finally surround themselves in new sounds from the band in the form of new song “Karma City.” “Karma City” is a catalyst of a track, bringing some of the dirtiest […]


The Gaslight Anthem Debut Title Track Off Upcoming Album, ‘Get Hurt’

The promotional run leading up to the release of The Gaslight Anthem’s newest record, Get Hurt, is now well under way. A few weeks back, the New Jersey four-piece granted us a first glimpse of their latest effort in the form of “Rollin’ And Tumblin,” and earlier today, teamed up with Rolling Stone to debut […]

lily allen

Lily Allen Releases Video For “URL Badman”

Lily Allen is taking on internet trolls with her latest video, “URL Badman.” The track is full of the type of snark that has appeared on Allen’s previous work as she tells the story of the “broadband champions” and “keyboard warriors that can’t spell” that many artists have come to deal with on the Internet today. You […]


WATCH: Foxing – “The Medic”

With their recently announced signing to Triple Crown Records and reissue of The Albatross, Foxing have had a busy past year. In January, Foxing premiered the music video for their single “Rory” over at the AV Club. Now, they’ve premiered the video for “The Medic,” with AV Club as well. You can watch the video […]

mike bell and the movies

WATCH: Mike Bell and The Movies – “Everyone”

Do you enjoy watching people getting punched? Slapped? With a power pop backing track? This video from Mike Bell and The Movies (ex-Algernon Cadwallader, Bandname, Dangerous Ponies) may be for you. The four-piece Philadelphia-based outfit premiered their video for “Everyone” on the AV Club yesterday. The video features vocalist/guitarist Mike Bell getting punched and slapped […]



Film: Tammy Directed by: Ben Falcone Starring: Melissa McCarthy, Susan Sarandon, Kathy Bates, Mark Duplass There is a scene in Tammy where the titular character played by Melissa McCarthy is dancing to Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ hit song, “Thrift Shop,” whilst wearing a paper bag over her head before robbing a fast food restaurant with […]

80/35 2014

UTG PREVIEW: The 8 Must-See Acts At 80/35

Tucked away in Des Moines, Iowa is 80/35, one of the best festivals slated for the holiday weekend. Headliners Cake, Conor Oberst, Ziggy Marley, and Dr. Dog help round out an electric lineup of local, regional, and national talent who are all pouring into the heart of America for this annual event. Named after the […]


Steve Albini’s Shellac Announce First Album in 7 Years

Legendary producer Steve Albini keeps himself busy each year producing a slew of albums (Cloud Nothings, Neurosis, Nirvana), commenting on trends, and being the generally outspoken person he is. That being said, he hasn’t done much with his alt-rock band Shellac except the usual annual performance at Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona. But now, after seven years, Shellac […]

the feed

UTG INTERVIEW: The Feed Discuss New Record

St Louis’ The Feed are preparing to drop one of the year’s most infectious records. Outsider, the band’s first studio effort in three years, is a full throttle dose of rock ‘n’ roll. Mixing the right concoction of alternative grit with contagious pop hooks, the band have created a formula unique enough to turn heads […]

devine xperience

UTG INTERVIEW: The Devine Xperience Discuss Debut Album

Robert Jaros, aka Robert Devine, has been involved with music for the majority of his life. He’s explored genres, projects, and various clubs, and also worked with some very prominent artists along the way. His newest endeavor is The Devine Xperience, which consists of EDM unlike any EDM you’ve likely heard. It weaves in and […]


David Duchovny To Release Debut Album Next Year, Hopes To Sound Like Wilco or R.E.M.

That headline may come off as a bit of a slight toward Duchovny, but it’s far from that. I for one eagerly await the arrival of his first foray into music. I’ve followed Duchovny’s career ever since I was a kid, scared to shit of The X-Files (the best show ever), all the way up […]