Archive for November 19th, 2014

Author 2014

Listen To A Beautiful New Track From Author

Author has joined forces with Huff Post to bring us the first track off their highly anticipated debut album, Of Brighter Days. Titled “Regret,” check it out after the break, and let us know what you think in the replies below. “‘Regret’ is a little bit more like the EP,” vocalist Trevor Bartlett told Huff […]

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Paramore Share Artwork And Tracklisting For Deluxe Release Of Self-Titled Album

Paramore will be re-releasing their fantastic self-titled record as a twenty-nine track reissue next week, and we finally have all of the details. In addition to the full album, the new deluxe edition contains twelve bonus tracks, including eight live songs, two B-sides, a previously unreleased demo, and a new version of “Hate To See […]

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The Jazz June Release Music Video For “After The Earthquake”

If you’re anything like me, you’ve been loving the new record from The Jazz June for at least a few weeks, which is out now on Topshelf Records. This is band’s first new record after a long hiatus, and it lives up to the expectations. Today, the band has released a dark and dreamy new music […]

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Young The Giant Expand Current Tour

SoCal rockers, Young The Giant, just announced a new string of US dates for 2015 that’ll span February and March. The extension on the ‘Mind Over Matter Tour’ will begin in Vermont on Feb. 12, wrapping up in Boulder, Colorado about a month later. Tickets go on sale this Friday for the additional dates, which […]

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Check Out Wu-Tang Clan’s New “Necklace”

Less than two weeks out from new album A Better Tomorrow, which will mark the 20th anniversary of Wu-Tang’s existence, the legendary collective has dropped a new single harking back to the old days. After bringing the ruckus back, this time in B minor, the Wu-Tang Clan has made a track of the reliable tradition of showing […]

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Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties Releases Music Video For “Our Apartment”

Earlier last summer, Dan Campbell, or “Soupy,” fondly, of The Wonder Years, unveiled his solo side project, taking the persona of Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties. His debut record, We Don’t Have Each Other, was released in July. The Ace Enders-produced effort garnered a good amount of praise from its audience, including UTG. Campbell […]

Stick To Your Guns Feature

Stick To Your Guns Announce 2015 US Tour

In line with announcing the upcoming release of their fifth studio album, Disobedient, in February 2015, Stick To Your Guns have also announced the Disobedient Tour. The month-long run will begin a few days after the record’s release and will span through the beginning of March. Supporting the Orange Country hardcore outfit will be The […]

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UTG VIDEO PREMIERE: Outsides – “The Ones”

Outsides is an electronic-pop outfit straight out of the heart of America. After performing at Lollapalooza, and gaining some local recognition in Chicago, the band’s frontman, Tim Ellis, moved to his beloved Kansas City, where he grew up and has been attempting to gain notoriety and recognition nationally with his take on electronic music. After […]

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REVIEW: TV On The Radio – ‘Seeds’

Artist: TV On The Radio Album: Seeds Label: Harvest Genre: Indie, Synthpop I approached TV On The Radio’s Seeds as a newcomer to the stratosphere of sound the band creates. Being my first proper experience with the band that has been so heavily recommended to me, Seeds was a needed escape. Seeds is a collection […]

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Made In Heights Stream Affecting New Single, “Panther”

West Coast “beauty slap” duo, Made In Heights, never keep fans waiting for too long before offering up new material. Following the release of “Ghosts” in September, Kelsey and Sabzi are back with one of their most solid efforts yet in “Panther.” “Panther” is poignant and haunting with a hypnotic haze that’s nearly impossible to […]

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A Place to Bury Strangers Unleash New Single “Straight,” Prepare to Shatter Eardrums on Spring U.S. and Euro Tours

Confession: Of all the shows I’ve attended, I’ve only worn earplugs twice. On both occasions, I was watching Brooklyn post-punk outfit A Place to Bury Strangers at The Empty Bottle in Chicago. As much as they’re known for their memorable live shows, these harbingers of noise and chaos have also released a series of great […]

Restorations Feature

UTG INTERVIEW: Restorations Discuss ‘LP3’ @ Pre-Fest 2

Just this past month, Restorations put out one hell of an AOTY contender with their SideOneDummy-released LP3. To coincide with the album’s arrival, the Philadelphia group embarked on a brief, two-and-a-half-week tour with Self Defense Family which led into and out of punk rock heaven Gainesville, FL’s premiere music festival, The Fest. UTG had the […]