Archive for June 5th, 2015

pvris

UTG PHOTOS: PVRIS and Born Cages in New York, NY (06/01/15)

Under The Gun Review sent photographer MJ Rawls to The Studio at Webster Hall in New York to shoot PVRIS at their recent show with Born Cages. Unless you may been living under a rock, you’ve likely been aware of the dizzying rise of Boston alternative rock band PVRIS and their outstanding debut album released […]

Entourage-Movie-Review

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Entourage’ Is A Fitting Finale For HBO’s Bros

Film: Entourage Starring: Adrien Grenier, Jeremy Piven Directed by: Doug Ellin The boys are back, and they’re picking up right where they left off. Several years may have passed since the world said goodbye to Vince, E, Drama, Turtle, and Ari, but in the world of Entourage it has only been a few short months. […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Spy’ Will Covertly Send You Into Uncontrollable Laughing Fits

Film: Spy Directed by: Paul Feig Starring: Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham, Rose Byrne Director Paul Feig has been sneaking his way through genres with mixed results. Bridesmaids was a refreshing take on the female buddy comedy. The Heat produced a couple of laughs amidst a backdrop of a ’70s cop comedy. With Spy, Feig develops […]

foreign tongues

SINGLE REVIEW: Foreign Tongues – “Fools Of Love”

Artist: Foreign Tongues Song: “Fools Of Love” Album: Summer Of The Reaper (No Sleep Records sampler) If you have yet to taste a foreign tongue, time to pucker up. I have said for a while now that Boston-based indie rock act Foreign Tongues‘ upcoming debut LP would be one to watch, and with our first […]

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Tomás Doncker To Launch South By South Orange Fest Amidst ‘Big Apple Blues’ Tour

No Wave and Blues legend Tomás Doncker released his newest album, Big Apple Blues, back in October but he’s still supporting the effort through touring with shows lined up for the next few months. For the weekend of June 26-28, Doncker will be helping launch the first-ever South By South Orange festival. Curated by Mike […]

broken guru

UTG INTERVIEW: Broken Guru Discuss ‘Bent Up Halo’

This past April, New York City’s Broken Guru released their debut effort, Bent Up Halo, a raw, 12-track rock album with influences ranging from The Rolling Stones to Silversun Pickups. Guitarist/vocalist Rich Guerzon recently took some time to speak with us about the formation of the band, the creation of Bent Up Halo, loving monster […]