Archive for November 10th, 2009

Artist on the Rise: Class Actress

Courtesy: Pitchfork Elizabeth Harper is a singer-songwriter. A few years ago, she was recording simple coffeehouse fare under her own name. More recently, though, she has hooked up with producers Scott Rosenthal and Mark Richardson (no relation to the Pitchfork managing editor of the same name) to form the Brooklyn-based electro-pop trio Class Actress. Harper […]

Xbox360 Giveaway with Sick Puppies and Adelitas Way!

To celebrate all things rock ‘n gaming Adelitas Way and Sick Puppies are tag-teaming-up with Under The Gun Review to give one lucky fan a chance to win the ultimate prize pack. That’s right, one winner will score an XBOX 360 pro,Smackdown Vs Raw 2010 for the 360 and a copy of Sick Puppies‘ new […]

The Carter – The movie – The Trailer

The trailer for the upcoming Lil Wayne documentary, The Carter can be seen below:

Baroness release new video

The video for the post “A Horse Called Golgotha” can be seen below: A Horse Called GolgothaBaroness – ‘Blue Record’ Out Now!!! | MySpace Video

REVIEW: Weezer – Raditude

Artist: Weezer Album: Raditude Genre: Rock Label: DGC Few mainstream bands have the staying power of Weezer. Even though each album seems plagued by old-school fans claiming the band has sold out more than ever before, still thousands shell out cash for the music and even more fill arenas for the band’s legendary stage performance. […]

Pistolita returns

From the band: “new pistolita I don’t usually do stuff like this, but it seems necessary to avoid any confusion.. Thursday we’ll be putting up our new myspace, featuring new songs from our new record, with new members, with new haircuts and old clothes. I know a lot of people are going to be like, […]

New Staff Blog

The head of Under The Gun Review, [UTG] James, has started an “Album of the Day” blog. If you want o get an inside look behind the minds of the staff or just learn about some new and classic album you may have missed. You can check out the site RIGHT HERE [if you have […]

Ray Davies Revisits Kinks Classics

From After reinterpreting his past for “The Kinks Choral Collection,” which comes out Nov. 10, Ray Davies says that “my initial instinct is to write some new songs again.” And he may well record them with some familiar colleagues. “I’ve been in the studio with a couple of the Kinks, actually,” Davies tells […]