Archive for October 23rd, 2013

Protest The Hero’s Bassist Drops Off Upcoming Tour

Protest The Hero are embarking on a tour to support their brand new album, Volition. They had recently found themselves a new drummer, and now they will have to temporarily work with a replacement for their bassist. He released a statement indicating that he will have to drop off the band’s upcoming tour to work […]

WATCH: The 1975 – “Girls”

“Everything feels totally wrong…we’re not a pop band…it needs to be black and white for a start.” Arguably one of the fastest growing bands of 2013, The 1975, have released a music video for their newest single, “Girls,” and boy, what a single it is. The glorious visual pop expedition (although they are not a […]

Glass Cloud Stream ‘Perfect War Forever’

Glass Cloud grabbed everyone’s attention with the release of their debut album last year, The Royal Thousand. It wasn’t long after that release that they started touring nationwide, and grew in popularity. Things had been a little quiet with the band, and that’s when they dropped the news that they would be releasing a new […]

‘The Monuments Men’ Delayed Until 2014

The George Clooney directed upcoming World War II drama, The Monuments Men, has been delayed until early 2014. Originally planned for a December 13, release, the now February set film will be effectively pushed out of the 2013 Oscar race. Recent Oscar buzz has been flying around due to the uncertainty of Scorsese’s The Wolf […]

Albert Hammond, Jr. Announces UK Tour Dates

Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond, Jr. has unveiled a string of UK tour dates scheduled through the first part of December.   Though the tour is composed of only five dates, it is in support of Hammond’s latest release, AHJ, which came out on October 8. The EP was produced by Hammond’s Strokes bandmate, Julian Casablancas; it […]

Tyler, the Creator Disses YouTube Music Awards… Which He’s Performing At

Odd Future frontman Tyler, the Creator has taken to Twitter to yell a surprisingly thoughtful diss (in its overall meaning) about the first ever YouTube Music Awards. While it may seem hypocritical seeing he is set to perform at the awards, his gripe is actually directed at himself in a sense, since he’s angry artists–not […]

Stream Chromeo’s “Sexy Socialite”

Chromeo are a two piece electro funk duo who have been taking the music scene by storm as of late. They are gearing up to release their forthcoming studio album, White Women, sometime in the near future. So far we’ve heard “Over Your Shoulder,” and now the group has released another song off the album, […]

Ylvis Take On New England With “Massachusetts”

Forget about asking what foxes say, the men of Ylvis have delivered a new single that is quickly sweeping the blogosphere with feel-good hilarity. This is a weird one to write about as I am currently in Boston, but Ylvis have released a new single and hilarious video titled “Massachusetts.” The song serves as an […]

UTG CRUSH: Rixton Want To “Make Out” With You

I love this column. Okay, so it’s not really a column per se, but after several months of these ‘Crush’ articles I have to believe you’ve put together that this corner of UTG is reserved for the latest pop discoveries. Forget about lyrical depth and well-meaning instrumentation for a few minutes and allow yourself to […]

UTG’s 31 Days Of Halloween: ‘Nosferatu’

Of all the holidays celebrated worldwide, no single day is more loved by the UTG staff than Halloween. With the arrival of October, the time has finally come to begin rolling out a plethora of features and special announcements we have prepared in celebration of our favorite day, including the one you’re about to read. […]

Evergreen Terrace Announce New Album, Stream Title Track

The hardcore outfit known as Evergreen Terrace haven’t released a new album since 2009. That’s a long time for any musician to not release new music. Well that is all going to change later this year, as the band has announced they will be releasing a new album December 10 via Rise Records. The album […]

Alec Baldwin Admits ‘Rock Of Ages’ Is A “Horrible Movie”

Did you see Rock Of Ages? You know, the hair metal musical starring Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin, and a slew of other recognizable faces that came and went from theaters in a one month span during the summer of 2012? I did. It was horrifying. Speaking before a group of media professionals this week, Alec […]