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UTG PREMIERE: Weller – ‘Career Fair’ EP

Today, we have the immense honor of premiering Weller‘s brand new EP, titled Career Fair. Recorded with Modern Baseball’s Jake Ewald at The Metal Shop in Philadelphia, Weller’s newest will work its way into the hearts and minds of those who can’t get enough of Ewald’s band and similar Pennsylvania acts like Tigers Jaw, Three […]

UTG PREMIERE: Inquiry – ‘Ghost Poet’

This morning, we’re thrilled to bring you Inquiry‘s outstanding new EP, Ghost Poet, a full week ahead of its official May 3 release. Listen in after the break, and let us know what you think in the comments section below. Speaking on their dynamic new undertaking, the band shared: “We came to the studio with […]

UTG PREMIERE: Dear Tatiana – ‘95407’

Today, we’re teaming up with Orlando hip-hop collective Dear Tatiana to bring you 95407, a compelling 5-track effort that is undeniably diverse and dynamic. Listen in below, and if you’re a fan, pick up a copy here through iTunes. In regards to the making and meaning of their latest EP, the band shared: “‘95407’ was […]

UTG PREMIERE: Rival Tides – ‘New Rituals’ EP

Today, we have the pleasure of premiering the newest effort from Los Angeles rock quintet Rival Tides. Slated to release this Friday, April 15, the band’s new five-track EP, titled New Rituals, offers an immense wall of sound with radio ready hooks and solid production work from Erik Ron at Grey Area Studios. Fans of […]

UTG PREMIERE: Summer Wars – ‘Acoustic EP’

Today, UTG is proud to be premiering Summer Wars‘ moving new Acoustic EP a full five days ahead of its official March 11 release. The Raleigh outfit’s newest offering follows their excellent four-track debut, Better Days, which was released last fall and has yet to wear out its welcome. Listen in after the break. “Doing […]

UTG PREMIERE: Laura Jean Anderson – ‘Righteous Girl’ EP

We’ve only just become acquainted with Laura Jean Anderson, but already she’s proving to be one of our favorite finds of 2016. The Washington native’s commanding croon is all-encompassing and undeniable, while her timeless take on songwriting is equally rich and rewarding to the ear. There’s a refreshing, almost nostalgic quality to her unique blend of […]

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Secoué stream stunningly evocative new EP, ‘Of Heaven’

Long Island quintet Secoué are streaming their newest release, a five-track EP titled Of Heaven, which also serves as the first album of 2016 likely to render you a pathetic puddle of emotions, slowly seeping through the floor into your basement, where you’ll listen to the album all over again just to try and cope. […]

Joseph Sant

Joseph Sant’s debut EP is top-notch, dreamy indie rock

Brooklyn’s Joseph Sant has just released his inaugural EP, titled Sea White Salt. As impressive a debut as any in recent memory, the four-track release is packed full of lush, ofttimes haunting textures and hypnotizing tones that transport you to another place entirely. It’s almost visual in its delivery, evoking imagery in the listener’s mind […]

UTG PREMIERE: Troubled Minds – ‘Something Worth Saving’ EP

Today, we’re excited to bring you Something Worth Saving, the aptly-titled new EP from Phoenix, Arizona’s Troubled Minds. Stream it in full after the jump. Wide-ranging and well-written, the trio’s latest undertaking is an emo-leaning alt-rock rollercoaster that is sure to leave a lasting impression. There’s a striking self-assurance pulsing beneath each and every hook, […]

UTG PREMIERE: Halogens Stream Brand New, Self-Titled EP

2016 is already shaping up well for New Jersey alternative four-piece Halogens. Late in 2015, the band announced that they would be putting out some new material right after ringing in the new year. Earlier in November they premiered the very upbeat, Front Bottoms-esque “Ayúdame!” on AbsolutePunk, and one of our personal favorites, “Run Around,” […]

Jas Patrick provides DIY Americana with third release, ‘Inky Ovine’

Nashville singer-songwriter (and passionate old school Nintendo gamer) Jas Patrick released his third effort, Inky Ovine, late in 2015 after two years of saving money to purchase the necessary gear and studio time to make it happen, and one year of creating with engineer Brad Bass. Passion and dedication led to this EP, not to […]

The Royal Twenties

UTG PREMIERE: The Royal Twenties – ‘Virgin’ EP

Don’t let their sparse back catalogue fool you–The Royal Twenties are the real deal. Since joining forces in the spring of 2014, the Massachusetts quartet have repeatedly turned heads with their near-effortless blend of nuance, passion, and detail, bringing to mind the quintessential works of mewithoutYou, La Dispute, and other innovative rockers. It’s the type of […]