Archive for August 25th, 2011

David Lynch Releases Details on Debut Album

Eccentric American director of film and television, David Lynch has been working on a debut album for some time now and has recently released specific details including the track list and an exciting guest vocalist. The introductory track “Pinky’s Dream” features vocals from Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ front-woman Karen O. Lynch’s electronic pop solo album Crazy […]

Lykke Li to Release iTunes Session EP

Lykke Li will be releasing a nine-song EP on iTunes this next Monday, August 29. The EP will feature six tracks from her most recent full-length Wounded Rhymes, one song from her 2009 debut Youth Novels, a cover of The Big Pink’s “Velvet”, as well as an audio interview with Li Lykke Timotej Zachrisson (Lykke […]

James Blake and Bon Iver Release Song

Two of the most emotionally driven musicians in indie music today, producer wunderkind James Blake and Bon Iver‘s Justin Vernon have released a collaboration track on Youtube entitled, “Fall Creek Boys Choir.” Click “Read more” to stream the song below.

WATCH: Transit premiere “Long Lost Friends”

Transit are gearing up for the October 4 release of their Rise Records debut and today they debuted the first song off the record, “Long Lost Friends.” Opting to make a hybrid music video/performance clip, you can view and hear the goods Transit have in store below. If you weren’t excited about this record before […]

DMX arrested for speeding

SHOCKER! DMX has been arrested again, this time for going 102 MPH in a 65 MPH zone. Last night, while driving in Arizona, police pulled over X after his fast and furious routine and arrested him for having a suspended license. He was then booked for speeding, reckless driving and a suspended license but was […]

Like Moths To Flames post second studio update

Like Moths To Flames take us into their world to show us the recording processes behind their upcoming Rise Records release. Watch as the group work with producer Will Putney (Suicide Silence, Four Year Strong) right here on Under The Gun Review. The video includes snippets of new songs too, so enjoy!

STREAM/DOWNLOAD: VersaEmerge – E.T. (Katy Perry cover)

I like when bands do covers that make sense, but anything else might as well be a kiss of death for me. No offense, that’s just how it goes. If your metal, get the hell away from Britney Spears because her skimpy outfits don’t need your br00t@li7y in the slightest. VersaEmerge dropped their cover of […]

STREAM/DOWNLOAD: Plug In Stereo – How To Love (Lil Wayne Cover)

Lil Wayne’s Carter IV has leaked (no surprise there) and as such, musicians everywhere are rushing to leave their mark on Wayne’s work. We expected a plethora of freestyle to arrive this morning, but instead found an acoustic pop artist with a near-afro and a lot of heart. Plug In Stereo, who we’ve featured many […]

Ex-Human Abstract Vocalist Discusses Departure

Former Human Abstract frontman Travis Richter has finally opened up to fans about his departure from the band. Taking the route many are choosing these days, Richter opted to not speak to press and instead made a possibly much honest and open post on his Tumblr. You can read what he had to say below:

REVIEW: Weatherbox – Follow The Rattle Of The Afghan Guitar

Artist: Weatherbox Album: Follow the Rattle of the Afghan Guitar Genre: Rock Label: Youth Conspiracy Records The intriguingly titled EP Follow the Rattle of the Afghan Guitar is a good, enjoyable release filled with soul-searching and furtive glimpses forward and back. The songs are slow-burning and jazzy, doing their utmost to get the listener bopping, […]

Kasabian announce arena tour

Following the September 19 release of their fourth studio album Velociraptor!, Kasabian will begin a ten-date arena tour through the UK. The tour will kick off at Brighton Centre on November 28 and conclude at London O2 Arena on December 14. Tickets will go on sale at 9 am on September 2. Click through to […]

Sex, Drugs, And Bubblegum Pop (Week 10)

Sex, Drugs, And Bubblegum Pop, is our most outlandish column to date. Written by Mr. Jayce, vocalist for Secret Secret Dino Club and all-round funny guy, this column isn’t as much about the music as it is the experiences people in the music industry have. WARNING: This column does and will continue to contain content some […]