Archive for September 25th, 2015

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Stream WATERMEDOWN’s New EP, ‘Somewhere Sleepless’

One-man-band Jonny Mays, better known under his stage moniker WATERMEDOWN, has begun streaming his highly anticipated Equal Vision debut, Somewhere Sleepless. Give it a listen by following the jump below, and let us know what you think in the replies. This November, Mays will hit the road alongside Man Overboard, A Loss For Words, and […]

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UTG PREMIERE: Hope Vista – “Dominance”

Creating a blend of 90s pop classics and Joan Jett, Hope Vista brings an alt-rock flare, with (in her own words) a splash of “popgrungehurricane.” Be prepared for some mega sass in her forthcoming single (out today), “Dominance,” which can be streamed exclusively right here on Under The Gun Review. Hope is an Avril Lavigne-loving, […]

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Noah Gundersen Premieres New Video For “The Difference”

The always awesome Noah Gundersen has unveiled a brand new music video for “The Difference,” a driving, introspective track taken from his outstanding sophomore effort, Carry The Ghost. The Jacob Rosen-directed clip was filmed over the course of a day in a Seattle parking lot, and finds the 25-year-old songwriter sharing a cab with an eclectic […]

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COMING SOON: UTG’s 31 Days Of Halloween Starts Next Week!

It’s that time of year again! For the fourth year in a row the entire month of October is dedicated to UTG’s love of scary movies. We have a slew of features planned, including interviews and ‘best of’ lists that are sure to whet your appetite for all things macabre, but the highlight of the site […]

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UTG INTERVIEW: Emily Hearn Discusses ‘Hourglass’

Singer-songwriter Emily Hearn hails from Athens, Georgia, otherwise known as a town with high expectations for its musical inhabitants. After years of performing at local venues while doubling as a student at the University of Georgia, Hearn is positioned to take her country-tinged pop music to the masses as her songs continue to find success online, […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Drunk, Stoned, Brilliant, Dead’ Is Funny & Important

Film: Drunk, Stoned, Brilliant, Dead: The Story Of National Lampoon Starring: Henry Beard, Chevy Chase Directed by: Douglas Tirola In a world of remakes, reboots, and prequels the idea of tracing the roots of something funny all the way back to their point of origin can be risky business. People like what they like, but […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Pawn Sacrifice’ Is Tobey Maguire’s Best Work

Film: Pawn Sacrifice Starring: Tobey Maguire, Liev Schreiber Directed by: Edward Zwick The world didn’t need another version of the Bobby Fischer story, but Pawn Sacrifice is far too compelling to deny. Tobey Maguire has been something of an indie darling his entire life. Sure, he was also the first Spider-Man to appear on the […]

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UTG Premiere: Father Mountain – ‘On Leaving & Being Left Behind’

Today is the day recent Antique Records signees Father Mountain have been looking forward to for the better part of 2015. After months of planning and preparation the Kentucky based indie rock band is finally sharing the deluxe version of their debut EP, On Leaving & Being Left Behind, with the world, and UTG has […]