Archive for February, 2014

Protest The Hero Release Live Music Video For “Tilting Against Windmills”

Protest The Hero have been touring extensively since they released their most recent album, Volition. During their sets video was shot of them performing, and those shots were used to put together a music video for the song “Tilting Against Windmills.” You can watch that video by taking a look below the break. If you […]

STREAM: Vancouver Sleep Clinic – “Flaws”

Are you a fan of Band Of Horses, Ed Tullett or Bon Iver? If so, then you might like Brisbane-based ambient outfit Vancouver Sleep Clinic. The group will be self-releasing their six track Winter EP March 10, and a couple of days ago they premiered a new single from it. The song is titled “Flaws,” […]

UTG Premiere: Marco – “Ca$tle”

UTG has been promoting the rise of the entire WFFW crew for well over a year at this point, and it’s our great pleasure to help one of their brightest stars share his new track with the world. Fresh off of his solo EP (XVI), Marco is doing his best to start 2014 off huge […]

Alabama Shakes Announce Spring Tour

With festival season on the horizon, the Alabama Shakes have announced a spring tour on which the band will hit a number of notables. The band will head out in late April for about two and a half weeks for dates in DC and eight states. The festivals on the route are the New Orleans […]

Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” Video Edited After Petition Launched

Katy Perry‘s latest hit single is “Dark Horse,” which is taken from her recently released album, Prism. She recently premiered the music video for her song, but immediately after its release people began to criticize it for being blasphemous. The scene in question has Perry depicted as an Egyptian queen and she smites a man […]

WATCH: Panic! At The Disco Premiere Video for “Nicotine”

Panic! At The Disco dropped the video for “Nicotine” earlier today, marking the fourth official music video from the new record, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!. Far less risqué than “Girls/Girls/Boys” and a touch more entertaining than “This Is Gospel,” “Nicotine” is an artistic and addictive video shot solely in black and […]

‘Ant-Man’ Adds Patrick Wilson

Patrick Wilson has found his new super hero home: Ant-Man. The Night Owl of 2009’s Watchmen has seen his stock rise in recent years with turns in some of the most successful recent horror films – both Insidious films, The Conjuring and its upcoming sequel – and he’s now the latest big name to be tapped by the Marvel films. With the number […]

Could A ‘Minecraft’ Movie Be As Great as ‘Lego Movie?’

The Lego Movie hasn’t even been out a month and it’s close to breaking $200 million at the box office. With that said studios are looking to cash in on the next kids’ game Blockbuster. Sorry, Hungry Hungry Hippos, it’s not your time yet. Warner Bros. is looking to stick with the building aspect by […]

Reunited Failure Tapped to Open Tool’s March Tour

Say what you will about Tool’s lack of urgency to release a follow-up to 2006’s 10,000 Days, the band continues to string together a small run of tour dates nearly every year and they’ve yet to disappoint when it comes to choosing an opening act. Over the course of their career, Tool has hand-picked everyone […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’

Movie: Only Lovers Left Alive Director: Jim Jarmusch Starring: Tilda Swinton, Tom Hiddleston, Anton Yelchin, Mia Wasikowska, John Hurt A veritable auteur of indie cinema, Jim Jarmusch has oft been described as a filmmaker ahead of his time. His latest picture however, the gorgeous Only Lovers Left Alive, feels more like a relic from a […]

MUSIC VIDEO: I Am The Avalanche – “The Shape I’m In”

Pop punk has a reputation for being ideal summer music, but something about I Am The Avalanche‘s raw take on the genre makes it perfect for the winter months. The Brooklyn, New York band embrace the snow on their new music video for “The Shape I’m In,” which you can watch over at AV Club […]

Manchester Orchestra

WATCH: Manchester Orchestra – The Making Of ‘Cope’

It has been nearly three years since the release of Manchester Orchestra‘s Simple Math, but the excitement surrounding the acclaimed Georgia group has not diminished in any way. Their fourth full-length, titled Cope and due out April 1, is one of our most anticipated releases of the spring here at UTG, and the crunchy first […]