Archive for July 7th, 2014

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Watch Paul McCartney and Johnny Depp Jam in “Early Days” Video

Shortly after announcing his medical recovery and rescheduled US tour dates, The Beatles icon Paul McCartney is dropping the music video for “Early Days,” one of the acoustic hits off of 2013’s New. Directed by Vincent Haycock, the video takes place in the 1950s where McCartney and some special guests, like Johnny Depp, jam together in a rather […]

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Stream Little Daylight’s Debut Album ‘Hello Memory’

Brooklyn trio Little Daylight may claim to bring a small amount of light to the room, but we think they’ve got the whole thing glowing. After one listen to the CHVRCHES-esque “My Life,” we’ve been waiting for the synth pop group to drop their debut album, Hello Memory, on July 15. Now we get to hear it in full. Hello […]

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UTG INTERVIEW: Jonathan Hischke (Dot Hacker, The Sound of Animals Fighting)

Some bands are known for one musician, and some musicians end up known for only one band. Jonathan Hischke is not one of those musicians, and his current focus, Dot Hacker, is not one of those bands. The rock group, formed by studio musicians best known as members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers and […]

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Kanye West Played 20 New Songs in London Yesterday

When it comes to Kanye West, it’s best to expect the unexpected. Shortly after dropping the excellent Yeezus out of nowhere last summer, he’s already dishing up new material despite getting married, working on his fashion line, and doing court-ordered community service. That’s right. After London’s Wireless festival last night, Kanye and consigliere Virgil Abloh manned a […]

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Morrissey Streams New Album, ‘World Peace Is None Of Your Business,’ In Full

The wait is over, fellow Moz lovers. After months of promotion and a handful of spoken word videos that offered as much confusion as enlightenment, the man, myth, and legend known as Morrissey has deemed us worthy of hearing his new album. Moz has never been one to do things the easy way, and as […]

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Tombs Are Now Selling ‘Savage Gold’ Coffee

Back in June, the metal gods known as Tombs released their highly-anticipated and insanely kickass new album Savage Gold to heaps of praise from around the globe. Now, less than a month later, they are back in our headlines with a new innovation that is sure to brighten every metalhead’s morning. A new company has […]

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UTG VIDEO PREMIERE: The Sixties – “Jean Jacket”

Under The Gun Review is excited to team up with Lansdale’s own The Sixties to premiere the gritty music video for “Jean Jacket.” The song, which premiered earlier this summer on PureVolume, is a creative mixture of punk and garage rock, like some divine mixture of acts such as Balance and Composure and Foo Fighters. […]

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Dave Grohl Believes Crowdfunded Shows Could Be Future Of Touring

Dave Grohl is a badass visionary who has made it his life’s work to make sure people understand the power music can possess. That’s not something he has stated publicly or written in some rarely read blog, but rather an outsider’s perspective on what the Foo Fighters’ frontman has spent his life working towards. Be […]

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UTG PHOTOS: Governors Ball Music Festival

Under The Gun sent photographer, Nick Karp, to Randall’s Island in New York City to photograph the Governors Ball Music Festival. Much has changed since I attended the first Governors Ball Music Festival, including (thankfully) a new location, more days added to the festival, and there no longer being the gimmick of “No Overlapping Set times.” The market […]

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Alt-J Further Their Evolution in Sound With “Left Hand Free”

Following the release of “Hunger Of The Pine,” the breathtaking lead single off Alt-J’s forthcoming sophomore record, This Is All Yours, the trio have released another new track with “Left Hand Free.” Unlike virtually anything found on their debut, An Awesome Wave, “Left Hand Free” finds the Leeds-based three-piece channeling their classic rock forefathers with […]

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162Norths Remix Lana Del Rey’s “Florida Kilos”

162Norths has been a producer to watch throughout 2014, and this morning he gave us yet another reason to watch his star continue to rise with the release of his very special take on Lana Del Rey’s “Florida Kilos.” Lana Del Rey offered fans a lush and intricate release when Ultraviolence rolled into stores last […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Begin Again’

Film: Begin Again Starring: Mark Ruffalo, Kiera Knightley Directed by: John Carney Using essentially the same set of skills that helped make Once an international success, John Carney has struck gold a second time by blending music and drama in Begin Again. Dan is an aging record label executive that has become disinterested in the […]