Archive for April 2nd, 2015

Panic! Spence Smith

Drummer Spencer Smith Splits From Panic! At The Disco

After spending over a decade with Panic! At The Disco, drummer Spencer Smith has officially announced his departure from the Nevada outfit, stating that he is no longer able “to be there for the band.” Read a full statement from Smith by following the jump below. Panic! have been taking it easy since the release […]

on your marks

UTG PREMIERE: On Your Marks – “Replace”

Young energy and potential will go a long way for most musicians. This quick mental note was embedded upon seeing New Jersey punk/emo outfit On Your Marks play a sold out Studio At Webster Hall last month for a one-off set during Have Mercy’s spring headliner run. The band immediately set the stage for a great […]

Warped Tour

Warped Tour Announces Comedy Tent

It seems that Kevin Lyman is trying to appeal to a new audience by adding some comedians to this year’s Vans Warped Tour lineup. The festival released a video shot by Grant Cotter announcing that he, and handful of other comedians, will be heading out on the tour this summer. You can read Cotter’s announcement […]

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Kendrick Lamar Shares “King Kunta” Music Video

Less than a month after surprising the world with To Pimp A Butterfly, Compton native Kendrick Lamar is taking fans on a tour of his city with “King Kunta.” This isn’t your typical music video, and there are a number of reasons for that. The first, which you would only know if you were in […]

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‘Amy’ Trailer: The Story Of Amy Winehouse Will Soon Be Told

We are fast-approaching the four-year anniversary of the tragic passing of singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse. Her death left a major hole in the world of pop music, but soon the story of her beautiful, albeit ultimately tragic life will be told. A24 Films will release Amy, a documentary about the life of Amy Winehouse, later this […]

Straight-Outta-Compton

Second ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Trailer Will Blow You Away

NWA may be one of the most iconic groups in the history of music, but their story is one that has rarely been told. We all know that Ice Cube and Dr. Dre eventually became household names whose every move is scrutinized by tabloids, but where did they get their start? How did a few […]

Waxahatchee Ivy Tripp

Stream Waxahatchee’s New Album, ‘Ivy Tripp’

Birmingham, Alabama native Katie Crutchfield, aka Waxahatchee, will release her latest album, Ivy Tripp, on April 7 via Merge Records. The soft, tender melodies and Crutchfield’s sweet vocals create a truly tantalizing album. Crutchfield writes from a place of youthful introspection while still managing to bring in a mature consciousness to the lyrics. The 13-track […]

Best Coast Heaven Sent

Best Coast Premiere “Heaven Sent” Music Video

California surfer rock has found a home in the catchy tunes of Best Coast, but the latest single from the female-fronted band proves to be slightly edgier than their previous releases. The new track, titled “Heaven Sent,” introduces listeners to a more developed and matured Best Coast sound. The music video, directed by Lana Kim and Best […]