Archive for September 17th, 2013

STREAM: Chromeo – “Over Your Shoulder”

The electrofunk duo we lovingly know as Chromeo have revealed the very first single off their upcoming album, White Women. The song is titled “Over Your Shoulder,” and you can stream the new track by taking a look below the jump. The song has a similar sound to Daft Punk’s latest effort, Random Access Memories, […]

Betty Who Signs To RCA Records After Marriage Proposal Video Goes Viral

I’m sure many of you have seen the video that recently went viral of a man proposing to his boyfriend in Home Depot by utilizing a flash mob and a single by the singer Betty Who. The song was “Somebody Loves You,” which was taken off her Movement EP that was released earlier this year. […]

NERD ALERT: ‘Zero Charisma’ Trailer

There aren’t very many movies out there that capture what it’s really like to be a hardcore nerd. Mainstream media has portrayed nerds/geeks as slightly awkward, usually adorable, and sometimes sexy in movies and TV shows. The director for Zero Charisma is taking a different approach though, and has decided to portray the life of […]

UTG on MVFF36: The 36th Annual Mill Valley Film Festival

The California Bay Area’s Mill Valley Film Festival was originally founded in 1978 by California Film Institute Director, Mark Fishkin. It has since sustained quality programming in a renowned celebration of the best in independent and world cinema for three and a half decades. Each year spotlighting the biggest names in film and screening some […]

Miley Cyrus ‘Wrecking Ball’ Video Prompts University To Remove Sculpture Following Nude Student Parodies

This was bound to happen sooner or later, right? Let’s just be happy no one was (hilariously) hurt. Grand Valley State University in Michigan has announced removal of a long-standing sculpture from its campus following an outbreak of nude students spotted parodying the video for Miley Cyrus’ new single, “Wrecking Ball.” No, this is not […]

STREAM: A Loss For Words – “Conquest of Mistakes”

Boston’s pop punk vets A Loss For Words released another new song today, titled “Conquest of Mistakes,” via Rock Sound, and it’s a jam and a half as expected. Featuring The Wonder Years’ lead singer Dan “Soupy” Campbell, “Conquest of Mistakes” showcases A Loss For Words’ signature style, while expanding on a new poppier aesthetic. […]

ALBUM STREAM: Touché Amoré – ‘Is Survived By’

The sense of excitement surrounding the release of Touché Amoré‘s third studio full-length, ‘Is Survived By,’ has been reaching rather high levels throughout the hardcore community in recent weeks as its drop date of September 24 comes closer and closer. With only seven days remaining, though, fans can finally stop holding their breath and enjoy […]

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Grizzly Bear Releasing ‘Shields’ B-sides and Remixes, Hear Unreleased “Will Calls”

Calling Brooklyn-ites Grizzly Bear modern composers is an understatement. Each one of their songs sees so much stress, labor, and focus in every step of its creation–from writing to recording to production–that it gives me a headache just thinking about it; that is, until I actually listen to the song and fall over swooning. Getting […]

REVIEW: Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin – ‘Fly By Wire’

Artist: Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin Album: Fly By Wire Genre: Indie, Pop Label: Polyvinyl Records Earlier this year, Springfield, Missouri’s Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin got the opportunity to cash in on their goofy, overly-long name when they were invited to headline The Yeltsin Foundation-sponsored Old New Rock Festival. The trio – guitarist Will Knauer, […]


Stand-Up Tuesdays is a weekly comedy spotlight written by the wonderfully talented Angie Frissore. Covering both known and unknown comics, Stand-up Tuesdays is your new source for all things funny. This week, Angie puts a spotlight on Doug Stanhope’s comedy career. If you or your comedy troupe would like to be featured on Stand-Up Tuesdays, please email […]

Mayday Parade Release “Girls”

The number of songs Mayday Parade have written about girls is almost the same number as the total amount of songs written by Mayday Parade, and today we’ll add another to the list. Hitting the web early this morning, “Girls” is the latest song to surface off Mayday Parade’s forthcoming album The Monsters In Your […]