Archive for December 4th, 2015

Still Parade

Succumb to Still Parade’s dream-funk sounds on new single, “07:41”

The Niklas Kramer-led solo project Still Parade—projecting his creations from Berlin—has a funky new single online, and if it doesn’t make you dance, you must not be listening. “07:41” brings to mind some sort of amalgam made up of elements provided by Neon Indian, Hot Chip, Toro Y Moi and like-minded, dreamy, folky, funky pop-and-otherwise […]

Somos 2015

Somos Announce ‘First Day Back,’ Stream Lead Single

Having recently joined forces with Hopeless Records, Boston, Massachusetts’ Somos have graced fans with a lush new track titled “Alright, I’ll Wait.” Check it out after the break, and share your thoughts with us in the comments section. The group’s latest single is taken from their sophomore LP, First Day Back, which follows 2014’s Temple Of Plenty, […]

foreign tongues

Foreign Tongues Release Chilling Video For “Little Doors”

Foreign Tongues released one of my favorite albums of the year with Fragile, As Said Before. In my review I state that “Fragile, As Said Before may be one of the strongest debuts in recent years, and that is simply because it plays nothing like one,” and this is most easily felt on “Little Doors.” […]

Young In The City

REQUIRED LISTENING: Noah Gundersen Has a New Side Project and It’s Spectacular

Perhaps in some distant parallel future Noah Gundersen will eventually release a piece of work that isn’t utterly airtight, but from all indications, that day is still a long ways off. Earlier this week, the fast-rising folk crooner took to social media to unveil Young In The City, an awesome new musical undertaking that pays […]

Bloodstream

UTG PREMIERE: Bloodstream – “Breeze”

Today we are happy to bring you a premiere from an exciting new act hailing from Worcester, Massachusetts: Bloodstream. “Breeze” is a wonderful introduction to the band (as their first track ever released). Get ready to get hit hard by huge guitars, layered by definitive rock and infused with elements of emo and grunge. “Breeze” […]