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Diarrhea Planet “Let It Out” with new single from ‘Turn To Gold’

Diarrhea Planet is currently running loose all over America in preparation for their sophomore release, Turn To Gold. With great pleasure, we have a new song that will appear on that record, called “Let It Out.” In a short two and a half minutes, Diarrhea Planet does exactly that, by showing exactly what its made […]

UTG PREMIERE: The Fall Is Shorter Than You Think – “Feel Alone Too”

On April 20, Lowell, MA alt-rock trio The Fall Is Shorter Than You Think will be releasing a brand new EP, titled Feel Something, through Honest Face Records. Today, we have the pleasure of premiering one of its three tracks for your listening pleasure. The smoothly hypnotic “Feel Alone Too” can be streamed below. Speaking […]

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LISTEN: Julien Baker covers Elliott Smith’s “Ballad of Big Nothing” for tribute album

We’re just a few months away from the release date of the Elliott Smith tribute album, Say Yes!. In advance of the album, American Laundromat Records has released Julien Baker‘s cover of “Ballad of Big Nothing” (from 1997’s Either/Or), and it is incredibly powerful. The cover is intimate and sorrowful, an excellent showcase of Baker’s […]

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Cecil Otter’s ‘Dear Echo’ was well worth the eight-year wait

Up until this week, founding Doomtree member Cecil Otter hadn’t released any new solo material since Rebel Yellow, his excellent debut LP that originally released in 2008. He’s since been heard on Doomtree releases and select guest spots, but fans have been eager for solo Cecil, to be sure. After releasing a single new track […]

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Ramsey’s self-produced dark-pop is irresistible

Los Angeles trip-hop/pop artist Ramsey is on a tremendous rise; one we regret to have not been aware of until just recently. Ramsey’s current collection of tracks on Soundcloud contains some of the best material we’ve heard this year. It’s moody, visceral, expertly crafted, and unforgettably affecting. With several of the tracks nearing 200k plays […]

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Stream Polyenso’s new record ‘Pure In The Plastic’ now

Before you get totally exhausted with electronic R&B, please stop and listen to Polyenso‘s new record. Formally known as Oceana, the Florida trio is here to destroy our boredom with a genre that has been dominated by bands like Glass Animals and Alt-J, and worn out by so many others. With its first album under […]

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7fields releases stripped-down cover of The Strokes’ “Heart In A Cage”

Under the moniker of 7fields, Wolfgang Schrödl, ex-singer/guitarist in the now-defunct, German rock band Liquido, has released a cover of The Strokes’ “Heart In A Cage,” taken from the band’s 2006 release, First Impressions of Earth. In a wildly different interpretation of the Julian Casablancas-penned single, Schrödl strips the rocking source material down to an […]

UTG PREMIERE: Equipment – “Commuter”

A project, known as Equipment, started about a year ago for the 18-year-old Toledo, Ohio-based musician, Nick Stoup. After releasing prior material throughout this past year, we’re excited to premiere his new song, “Commuter,” which he says is “what I’ve wanted to do ever since I started playing music.” “Commuter” was recorded in downtown Toledo […]

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Sorority Noise release new song, ‘XC”

Channeling a little bit of Sunny Day Real Estate in their brand new song, Hartford punk four-piece Sorority Noise unveil their more delicate side. “XC” is their second single off of their upcoming record, beautifully titled It Kindly Stopped For Me. With the thinnest layer of piano and a xylophone popping out of raw guitars and […]

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O’Brother stream ‘Endless Light’ a week ahead of release

Prepare to bang your head, because O’Brother are streaming their momentous new LP, Endless Light, a week early via Red Bull. Beginning with the blistering “Slow Sin,” Endless Light begins with thundering fashion, before heading into a wonderfully Deftones-esque groove. Fans will be sure to revisit “Bloodlines,” “Deconstruct,” and “Your Move,” as the awesome, previously […]

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Deftones release blistering new track, “Doomed User”

Deftones have released the second new track from their upcoming LP, Gore, titled “Doomed User.” Unlike the first track released, “Doomed User” is a heavy hitter focusing less on atmosphere, and more on grit. Speaking with SirusXM, vocalist Chino Moreno states that “it’s got a rockin’ rhythm and a high-tech sound that will make you […]

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Saosin share first new single from comeback album with Anthony Green

Since the first mention of Saosin moving forward once again with Anthony Green at the helm for Skate & Surf nearly two years ago, the questions have remained: Will we hear new music? And when? Well, sure, I remember hearing some new cuts at Riot Fest two years ago. Well, now they’ve shared the video […]