Archive for February 2nd, 2015

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Mew Release Music Video For “Satellites”

After six years of mostly silence, Mew are dropping their newest record +-, beginning with their first single “Satellites,” which they first shared just two weeks ago. This psychedelic first impression now has a music video to help express its power, using dramatic and dreamy lighting to make Mew’s simple performance much more grand. The glittering […]

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Jesse Lawson (ex-Sleeping With Sirens) Drops New Single

After departing from his previous band Sleeping With Sirens, guitarist Jesse Lawson has finally made a strong move in his solo career and released his new single, “Tall Trees & Long Drives.” Lawson’s individual style is certainly separated from his old work with Sleeping With Sirens, harboring a more acoustic pop-punk sound that’s currently thriving […]

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Cartel Announce ‘Chroma’ Ten-Year Anniversary Tour

Hold on to your hats, kids. Chroma, Cartel‘s debut record and one of the most important pop-punk records to date, is celebrating its ten-year anniversary with all of us this spring. The band has just announced that they will be embarking on a full U.S. tour (and playing one U.K. show after) in celebration of […]

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The Used’s Guitarist Going On Temporary Hiatus

A couple of hours ago The Used posted a Facebook status announcing that their guitarist, Quinn Allman, is going on a year hiatus from the band. They did not specify his reasons for leaving, but it definitely sounds like they have no intention of making it permanent. You can read what they had to say […]

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Hear Uncovered 1950s Folk Track “Talkin’ Like You (Two Tall Mountains)” from Connie Converse

Six years ago, boutique label Squirrel Thing put out an album of unearthed folk songs by the mysterious singer-songwriter Connie Converse. The album, How Sad, How Lovely, features back-to-back lo-fi recordings of intimate folk from the 1950s that Converse recorded in her Greenwich Village apartment. It’s available on vinyl for the first time on March […]

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MUSIC VIDEO: Lock & Key – “The Legacy”

The UK-based hardcore outfit known as Lock & Key have dropped a music video for their beefy new single “The Legacy.” The video is simple, and features the band performing the track in a dimly lit room. You can check it out by taking a look below. If you like what you hear, the band […]

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Call It Home Release Music Video For “Just A Dream”

Call It Home are a four-piece Long Island-based metalcore outfit. Last year the group released a solid EP titled Unfamiliar. It looks like they aren’t planning on taking any time off in 2015, as they have now revealed a brand new single. The music video for the new song is available to watch below. If […]

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Jamie Hewlett Confirms New Gorillaz Music Is on the Way

The fate of Gorillaz has been uncertain for quite some time. Co-creators Dan Albarn and Jamie Hewlett had a very public falling out a few years back, only to reconcile a month later. Then, as rumors of new music began hitting the web this past October, the duo was fairly vague as to the virtual […]

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‘Saturday Night Live’ to Host Epic 40-Year Anniversary Show

Some of you may have noticed that during last night’s Super Bowl XLIX showdown between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks two little ads appeared for what may be one of the biggest moments in live television this year. The Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary show is sure to be one for the books. […]

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Cannibal Ox Return, Team With DOOM For “Iron Rose”

New York hip-hop duo Cannibal Ox released The Cold Vein in 2001, and they are finally releasing the official follow-up this year. Remember that when you’re getting sad about how long X album is taking. The Cannibal Ox Wikipedia page is nothing more than a list of false starts and dwindling hope. I don’t know if I ever even had […]

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UTG PREMIERE: Dead End — “Ruined”

Hailing from northwest Indiana, hardcore trio Dead End pull out all the stops with the band’s newest track, “Ruined.” Heavy and abrasive, it’s everything a lover of down-tempo’d and aggressive music wants out of a brutally vigorous hardcore song. The track comes straight off of the band’s brand new, self-titled EP, which is due out […]

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UTG PREMIERE: Vitamin Sun – “The Oldest Living Memory”

Today we are happy to bring you the first of two premieres with Massachusetts’ Vitamin Sun. Vitamin Sun are gearing up to release their debut album, She Is The Sea & She Is Loud, on Feb. 13, but we are happy to provide the first track released from the LP, “The Oldest Living Memory.” UTG […]