Archive for February 16th, 2016

the hotelier

The Hotelier announce new album with NSFW teaser video

Immediately upon release of their 2014 LP, Home, Like Noplace Is There, The Hotelier skyrocketed to the topmost ranks of the emo/alternative world, not to mention seemingly every damn ‘best of’ list at the end of the year. Many deemed it “perfect,” which sets the bar pretty high for the band, but something tells us […]

UTG PREMIERE: Caleb Caudle – “Tuscaloosa”

This morning, we’re excited to bring you “Tuscaloosa,” a charming new single from fast-rising singer-songwriter Caleb Caudle. The track is taken from the country crooner’s upcoming full-length album, Carolina Ghost, which is slated to arrive next Friday, February 26. Give it a spin after the break, and let us know what you think in the comments […]

PUP

PUP announce U.S. headlining tour with Rozwell Kid

This is sure to be one of the most raucous, entertaining tours of the summer for punk and nerd-rock fans. PUP, who will surely be supporting their highly-anticipated, upcoming sophomore LP, have announced a 16-date headlining tour with new SideOneDummy labelmates Rozwell Kid, along with Charly Bliss and Pkew Pkew Pkew opening on select dates. […]

eddie spaghetti

Supersuckers frontman gets support with fundraising compilation

Last year, Supersuckers frontman and bassist, Eddie Spaghetti, was diagnosed with stage 3 oropharynx cancer, resulting in cancelled tours and a lack of income to pay for inevitable, mounting medical bills. The band has set up a Cancer Fight Fund and New Jersey label Capacitor Records has released a fundraising compilation, titled You Can’t Kill […]

FADES

FADES rock in motion in new video for “Breaking Through The Walls”

London rock five-piece FADES have recently shared a Josh Harms-directed video for “Breaking Through The Walls,” their debut single, which also serves as the opener to their first release—a six-track, self-titled EP. With the band’s name derived from a Queens Of The Stone Age song, that influence is also found in their sound. Heavy, rhythmic […]