Archive for July 1st, 2009

Diana Ross may get MJ’s kids

Michael Jackson’s five-page will from 2002 was filed today in a Los Angeles court, leaving all his assets in the hands of the Michael Jackson Family Trust. Michael’s mother Katherine Jackson was named the guardian of his three children, but in the will’s most surprising detail Jackson left his three children to singer Diana Ross […]

A Conversation with Boots of Street Sweeper Social Club

UTG: Hey Boots, how’s the day find you? Boots: It’s going alright. Just around the house with my sons and his friends. UTG: So you’ve been in the music scene for awhile, but we’re talking today about your newest creation, Street Sweeper Social Club, which you created with Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine […]


Introducing an ALL NEW FEATURE for UTG. UTG RAW TV! IN THIS EDITION: For our inaugural test run of UTG RAW: The Video Series – we decided we’d go back to the roots of the scene: underground talent. Letterday, based out of Boston, is a five piece pop rock act whose latest ep can be […]

New Music First: Ketch Harbour Wolves

This time around on New Music First we go a bit North to a Canadian band that’s really making some waves here in the US. Ketch Harbour Wolves, who just released their new record Dead Calm Horizon, bring a dark indie rock feel that’s not too prominent in the current music scene and give us […]

First Impressions: Owl City – Ocean Eyes

First Impressions is a segment where we let you into our early thoughts on a highly anticipated album, This week, we have our early views on Owl City’s Ocean Eyes. It drops September 1st, 2009. After selling nearly 300,000 individual songs and 30,000 albums digitally on their own, Owl City will be taking a shot […]

The Mars Volta – Octahedron

Artist: The Mars Volta Album: Octahedron Genre: Rock Label: Warner Bros. Taking a sharp turn for the 5th record, The Mars Volta have relaxed jsut a bit. Octahedron, the group’s newest release was said to be an “acoustic record” which, given the band’s style may make people think of hippies and bongos, but it’s far […]