Archive for December 2nd, 2013

Bob Dylan Sued by Croatians for Racism

Following the release of an interactive video for “Like A Rolling Stone” that took the web by storm, the singer-songwriter is being sued for racism by a group of Croatians. In a 2012 interview with Rolling Stone, Dylan commented on the conflict between the Catholic Croats and Christian Orthodox Serbs, comparing it to Jews and […]

SINGLE REVIEW: Of Mice & Men – “You’re Not Alone”

Artist: Of Mice & Men Track: “You’re Not Alone” Album: Restoring Force Label: Rise Records It is hard to believe over two years have passed since Of Mice & Men released The Flood. I cannot recall more than a handful of weeks in all that time the band wasn’t making headlines worldwide, and for that […]

NOFX To Play “The Decline” and ‘Punk In Drublic’ On Current Tour

There has been no shortage of full album tours lately, but no one’s complaining. Having been to a few myself, seeing an album you’ve listened to countless times played live is quite an experience, so NOFX fans have a lot to look forward to on the band’s winter tour. Guitarist Eric Melvin posted a promo […]


“I like to just get shit done” sums up the impressive work ethic of Laura Bettinson, aka FEMME, and is certainly a tenet that we can get behind. We recently featured FEMME in an installment of UTG Crush where we showcased some of her work, all of which we feel deserves the utmost attention of […]

Fall Out Boy Release Music Video For “Where Did The Party Go?”

Fall Out Boy have gone above and beyond when it comes to music videos from their latest full-length, Save Rock and Roll. Throughout the year, they have periodically released new segments in an eleven-part series called The Young Blood Chronicles. The horror movie-themed videos are ambitious and fun, and the ongoing story gets pretty interesting […]

Editorial: R. Kelly Keeps It Filthy With (Extremely) Perverse ‘Black Panties’ Bonus Track

Sometimes you stumble across a song that simply demands your time and attention. You know it may very well be a disaster of epic proportions, but something about it – be it title or the act behind it – is too good to turn away from. I encountered one such track over the weekend while […]

Big Boi and André 3000 of OutKast Officially Reunited Yesterday

Big Boi and André 3000 of OutKast reunited in Atlanta yesterday. The beautiful proof lies in a photo of the two men posted on Big Boi’s Instagram (which can be seen here) saying “Just leaving the old Stewart Ave. #unfuckwittable”. Andre 3000 and Big Boi have been on hiatus as OutKast since 2007 after the release of […]

REVIEW: Stoney – ‘More Than Animals’

Artist: Stoney Album: More Than Animals Genre: Indie, Rock, New Wave Aptly labeled, pop-rock has always been a hot genre, but it seems that in the past decade, it’s done nothing but grow tremendously with slews of stock acts with similar sounds, very few of which truly bring anything refreshing to the table. I guess […]

RZA Releases Paul Walker Tribute Titled “Destiny Bends”

Wu-Tang Member RZA has made a name for himself in the world of acting over the last decade, and one of his most recent gigs was with recently deceased actor Paul Walker on the set of the upcoming film Brick Mansion. The news of Walker’s death hit RZA hard, and in the hours following the […]

3/4 of Quiet Out Loud Quit Band

It’s not every morning you wake up to learn a band you featured less than three months prior essentially imploded while you were asleep. Three of the four members comprising Chicago pop rock outfit Quiet Out Loud have reportedly quit the band following ongoing friction between themselves and vocalist Nick Forbes. You can read a […]

Justin Bieber Debuts “Change Me”

Another week, another #MusicMondays debut from Justin Bieber. If you have been following Bieber’s new music series over the last month you’ve no doubt come to accept the fact he’s set on proving to folks he can be ‘grown and sexy’ with his approach to songwriting. From the subtle to tongue-in-cheek, his recent singles have […]

REVIEW: Sound Strider – ‘Intrepid Travels’ EP

Artist: Sound Strider Album: Intrepid Travels EP Genre: Experimental, Electronic RIYL: Kilowatts, Tom Cosm, Flying Lotus Ofttimes, you just need a break from the mundane or stressful routine. Some people relax with a movie, some people relax with a beer or two, some people get high, some people draw or read, and some people just […]