Archive for May 17th, 2016

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Midoca goes solo on “Everything I Need”

While Midoca has proven himself a skilled producer on collaborations with vocalists such as CYN and Dark Waves, the Los Angeles artist has stepped behind the microphone on “Everything I Need” to audibly inspiring results. As layers of synths slowly pulsate and triggered percussion methodically clatters onward, he delivers what just might be one of 2016’s […]

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Lostboycrow delivers “Thursday”

California crooner Lostboycrow has shown a knack for blending pop and R&B into irresistibly emotional cuts over the past year. On his newest effort, “Thursday,” the singer continues to establish himself as a creator of good vibes as he stretches his vocals to infectious levels atop choice production from Wolves. For those unfamiliar with Lostboycrow, he […]

Brand New Nightmare

Brand New release first new song in a year, “I Am A Nightmare”

It’s been a quite a while since we last got music from Brand New. The band released “Mene” over a year ago, and it’s been a whopping seven years since their last album, Daisy, came out. Thankfully, the wait for new music is over. The band shared “I Am A Nightmare,” presumably off their upcoming […]

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Between The Buried And Me + Devin Townsend Project + Fallujah = awesome Fall tour

This Fall will bring together Between The Buried And Me and Devin Townsend Project on the ‘Transcending the Coma Tour.’ As if that wasn’t enough, Fallujah will be joining the fun, continuing to support their newest album, Dreamless. This is meant to coincide with Devin Townsend’s upcoming release, Transcendence. Not to be outdone, Between The […]

Glass Animals Life Itself

Glass Animals release “Life Itself” single ahead of second studio album

Glass Animals—who we interviewed back when their debut album Zaba came out in 2014—are back at it again. The British four-piece released the official audio for new single “Life Itself,” and it’s guaranteed to get you up on your feet. In addition, the band also announced in an Instagram post that their new album, How […]

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Fareoh takes us to “Cloud Ten”

New York producer Fareoh has released plenty of festival-ready electronic cuts over the years, so it’s no surprise his newest track is a bonafide feel-good anthem. Entitled “Cloud Ten,” the cut swoops and soars through a range of poignant synths and rapid-fire percussion that positively overwhelm the senses. Alongside “Cloud Ten,” Fareoh has also released […]

UTG PREMIERE: Souveneer – “Strangers” (Acoustic)

Mason Maggio—member of indie rock band The Republic Of Wolves and folk duo Tigers On Trains—has a new solo project called Souveneer. Today, we have the honor of premiering an acoustic version of one of his recent singles, titled “Strangers.” “‘Strangers’ was the first song written for this project, and an ironically difficult exercise in […]

REVIEW: ‘Coloring Book’ is Chance The Rapper at his best, most reverent

Artist: Chance the Rapper Album: Coloring Book Genre: Hip-Hop, Gospel Where were you when you first heard “Ultralight Beam”? Was it during the streaming event Kanye West held at Madison Square Garden to premiere The Life of Pablo? Beyond the event that is a Kanye album release, we also got the already famous verse from […]

Jabberjaw Media seek to break new ground, start a podcast revolution

At base level, it’s easy to understand why podcasting and the punk rock scene seem to go hand-in-hand these days. It’s extraordinarily easy to produce a decent-sounding show with entry-level equipment, episodes are usually free and accessible to all on a variety of platforms, and the format exists to culminate conversation—much like punk rock itself. […]

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Agalloch break up…err…become a one-man project…err…go on hiatus

The metal world was abuzz on Friday with news that long-running Oregon atmospheric black metal band Agalloch was breaking up. This was first stated on the band’s Facebook page. As is often the case, the truth seems to be more complicated than initially thought. Vocalist/guitarist John Haughm took to Facebook to clarify what was happening. […]