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It’s Time You Fell In Love With Young Punk Heroes Choke Up

Pop punk has dominated the alternative scene for the better part of the last half decade. So much so, in fact, that many seem to have forgotten there are variations of punk that don’t involve constant references to friendship, pizza, and getting over that girl who broke your heart in junior high. If that applies […]

The Color And Sound 2014

UTG Premiere: The Color And Sound – ‘Peace Of Mind’ EP

Boston’s The Color and Sound have share an advance stream of their forthcoming EP with UTG. For fans of Say Anything, Hostage Calm, and Fun.


UTG Premiere: Sad And French Share Heartache And Hope On Debut Album

Under The Gun Review is thrilled to be joining forces with Black Numbers to premiere the debut album from Sad And French, which just so happens to arrive in stores today! Every now and then a band comes along that catches you completely off guard and makes you feel like the wind has been stolen […]

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WEEKLY WAX: Vinyl Releases For The Week Of 2/23-2/29

Record Store Day is getting closer and closer, with new releases being announced nearly every day, but you don’t have to wait until April 19 or stand in a long line to buy most of the records featured in this edition of Weekly Wax. The highlights include the first in a series of Oasis reissues, […]

Black Numbers

Black Numbers Release Free Music Sampler

Black Numbers have released a free 11-track music sampler, which includes music from bands like Real Friends, Tiny Moving Parts, Diamond Youth, Banquets and more. Take a look below the jump to stream the entire sampler, and then you can head right here to download it for free. Real Friends are currently on the road […]

Tiny Moving Parts

Tiny Moving Parts Sign Onto Kind Of Like Records

Property Of Zack were the first to announce earlier today that Tiny Moving Parts have signed onto Brooklyn’s Kind Of Like Records. For those who don’t remember, this Minnesota based group were one of our Five Artists To Watch In 2013 article that we published back in January. Needless to say, we couldn’t be more […]


REVIEW: Maker – Self Titled EP

Artist: Maker Album: Maker Genre: Indie Punk To be quite honest, it had been some time since I had last listened to Maker prior to the new EP. After my first listen I was convinced the band I was listening to was a different band than I had remembered. However, I was wrong; it was […]


REVIEW: Pentimento – Self-Titled

Artist: Pentimento Album: Self-Titled Genre: Punk Label: Paper + Plastick I found the boys in Pentimento shortly after my arrival at UTG last February. What struck me was that these dudes’ had the same sense of humor as me, so coupled with their cool sound I really started to dig them. Admittedly, they weren’t one […]


UTG PREMIERE: Maker – “I Had To Put My Lady Down”

Massachusetts’ Maker have undergone quite a few sonic changes over the years, and it seems they’ve finally settled into a sound fitting of their struggle on their latest, self-titled, EP. While fans of the band will have to wait until November 13 to hear the full extent of this new found sound, listeners can get […]


STREAM: Pentimento – Unless

Buffalo rockers Pentimento have released a brand new song titled “Unless”. The track comes off of the band’s debut self-titled album due out November 13 on both Paper & Plastic and Black Numbers. Pentimento have a busy fall season ahead of them, touring for the better part of the next month with The Swellers and […]

PJ Bond 2012

STREAM: PJ Bond – Bad Way

New Brunswick, NJ rocker PJ Bond has released a stream of his exceptional new song “Bad Way” and can be heard by simply heading through the jump! This song is off of the artist’s split EP, with his brother Brian Bond, called Brother Bones/Baby Bones. Lookout for Brother Bones/Baby Bones to hit stores through Black […]