Archive for September 19th, 2009

New Muse-ic Video

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Phoenix Live at the Greek Theatre

Source: August Brown, LA Times The French guitar-pop act Phoenix is a small band that, in the course of doing many little things right, has somehow become a very big one. After the success of the band’s fizzy, fantastically named album “Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix” this year, its set at the Greek Theatre on Wednesday night […]

Folk Supergroup: Conor Oberst, Jim James, M. Ward & Mike Mogis

Los Angeles Times has the latest scoop on the deemed, Monsters of Folk, and the upcoming collaboration of members from Bright Eyes, My Morning Jacket and M. Ward.

Bon Iver and Thom Yorke: Twilight Sequel Soundtrack

Thom Yorke, Bon Iver Write Songs For Twilight 2 • Director Chris Weitz confirms both Thom and Justin Vernon wrote songs especially for New Moon, the sequel to the wildly successful hormonal vamp flick Twilight, in an interview with

Tracklisting for Weezer’s Raditude

Provided by Spin Their giant-dog-flying-through-a-window album cover might be abstract, but the tracklisting for the new Weezer album is no longer a mystery: Raditude, out Oct. 27, will have 10 songs, plus an array of extra tracks available with special versions of the album. Some of the songs have already seen the light of day: […]

Thom Yorke: “All For The Best” Cover

Source: Pitchfork Media, Tom Breihan “All for the Best”, Thom Yorke’s gorgeous contribution to the tribute/benefit album Ciao My Shining Star: The Songs of Mark Mulcahy, now has a video. Rolling Stone premiered it earlier today. The Melinda Tupling-directed clip is an interesting throwback to the “120 Minutes” days, when every arty clip had some […]

Temporary Clash Reunion

Provided by Pitchfork Media Joe Strummer died in 2002, which means, among other things, that we’ll never see a real Clash reunion. But recently, two of that band’s three surviving members got back together to record a charity record. NME reports that Clash singer/guitarist Mick Jones and drummer Topper Headon went into the studio together […]

Violent Soho Tour With Built To Spill

Provided by Total Assault Violent Soho has just announced upcoming tour dates with iconic indie band Built to Spill. The Australian punk/grunge rockers will join Built to Spill and Disco Doom on 11 East coast tour dates, beginning October 8th in Ithaca, NY. Look for Violent Soho’s US debut album in early 2010, but until […]

White Lies Tour Dates

Source: Sneak Attack Media White Lies embark on a Fall arena tour as main support for Kings of Leon kicking off September 28th following the release on Fiction Records, of their hit record To Lose My Life. The fall trek with Kings of Leon will have White Lies playing to packed crowds across the US. […]

Pearl Jam Tour

As posted by Paste Magazine With the release of Backspacer, Pearl Jam is embarking on an arena-rocking tour of North America, Australia and New Zealand. In other words, you might say, “Ohhhh, they’re still alive.” (Sorry.) Eddie Vedder and company will kick it off with two hometown shows in Seattle, and follow up with two […]

Passion Pit nominated for Q Awards

Massachusetts’ Passion Pit has been nominated for Best New artist by Q Magazine. To vote, head over to and place your vote. Winners will be announced on October 26. If you’re not familiar with Passion Pit check out their video for “The Reeling.”

Album Stream: Three Days Grace – Life Starts Now

As it is the end of yet another week, the UTG crew has updated our streaming player on the right side of the site. This time around you can listen before you by to Life Starts Now, the new album from Three Days Grace.