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The Last Bison Announce New Album, ‘VA,’ Share Lead Single “Every Time”

You may have never heard of The Last Bison before stopping by UTG today, but if you’re a fan of pop-laden folk music then you may have just stumbled across your next addiction. This morning, The Last Bison announced plans to release a new album on September 30 titled VA (pronounced ‘Virginia’). To mark the […]

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Singapore’s Avalanche Bring The Heavy With “Plaster Saint”

I love discovering international bands that tackle a sound refined in North America and make it entirely their own. It’s a feat that goes to show the amazing reach and power music has, regardless of nationality, and the latest band to knock me on my ass with their amazing technical prowess is none other than […]


STREAM/DOWNLOAD: Robin Thicke – An Angel On Each Arm

The lead track from Robin Thicke’s upcoming album has found its way online and UTG has the goods. Adding his unforgettable croon to a beat that perfectly blends old and new sounds to create something that damn-near forces you unto the dance floor. You can stream, download, and enjoy it for yourself after the jump. […]


STREAM: Crown The Empire – Lead Me Out Of The Dark

What better way to kickoff this Tuesday evening than by discovering a new band? Hailing from Texas, Crown The Empire takes elements of the modern metalcore subgenre and adds a wealth of unique twists and strong songwriting to ensure their name stays on your tongue for days at a time. Their latest EP, Limitless, is […]


UTG STREAM: American Opera – 4 Song Sampler

Michigan’s American Opera has partnered with Under The Gun Review to bring you a stream of their four latest tracks. These songs can not only be streamed here on UTG, but also anywhere you go via our free mobile app. For those of you who may have missed our previous coverage on this rising talent, […]

UTG EXCLUSIVE: Stream Harley Poe’s “Wretched. Filthy. Ugly.” Album!

Stream the latest from Kokomo, Indiana’s best export. May folk horror punk live in our hearts forever and ever.