Archive for March 11th, 2014

SBTRKT Drops Surprise New EP ‘Transitions’

We already knew SBTRKT was planning a series of 12″ featuring instrumental tracks. We’d heard “Hold the Line” a month ago; now we can stream the whole thing. Happy Tuesday, everyone. We still don’t have much information on this sophomore album, but this will certainly tide eager listeners over. Transitions is out on Young Turks, with the series set to […]

Fake Problems Frontman Covers Bomb The Music Industry!

Chris Farren of the indie punk outfit Fake Problems has released a cover of Bomb The Music Industry!’s “Hurricane Waves.” In the past few months, Farren has recorded a number of songs for his covers project, during which he will record a new track every sunday until April of this year. So far, he’s done […]

Listen To Upon This Dawning’s New Single, “Anima”

I never thought I’d be saying this, but Upon This Dawning are on the path to releasing one of the best albums of 2014. As much as I enjoyed their debut album, they had plenty of critics. If their newest single is any indication of what we can expect from their full length, then I […]


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 Jackie Kashian’s comedy career. If you or your comedy troupe would like to be featured on Stand-Up Tuesdays, please email […]

Watch Bear Hands’ Video For “Giants”

While they’re busy at SXSW this week, Bear Hands had time to release the video for their latest single “Giants.” The Brooklyn based boys might look like a dingy garage band but they serve up a good time with their alternative indie vibes. In this clip you’ll find imagery that’s like a night you aren’t […]

Beck Announces North American Tour

With the release of his latest album Morning Phase, Beck is packing up and heading out on a North American tour in about a month’s time. The self-appointed loser of the ‘90s has been pretty busy the last couple months. He had the new album, worked with Pharrell and even performed on SNL. So adding […]


Skrillex Streams New Surprise Album, ‘Recess’

So far, it looks like 2014 may go down in history as “the year of the surprise album.” Ever since Beyoncé unexpectedly released her fifth full-length back in December without any prior promotion, scores of artists have followed suit, the most recent being Grammy Award-winning DJ/producer, Skrillex. With the recent announcement of his absolutely mammoth […]

Chiodos Premiere “Behvis Bullock”

Chiodos just dropped one of their best singles off Devil. We are three weeks away from the release of the group’s fourth album, and as of today we have the fifth single from it. The latest song to drop is titled “Behvis Bullock,” and you can listen to it below. When you pre-order Devil on […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Jonny Craig – “I Still Feel Her Pt 5” Feat. Kyle Lucas

A few months ago Jonny Craig dropped a solo EP titled Find What You Love And Let It Kill You. He plans on releasing another EP this year, this time it will be a collaborative effort between him and Kyle Lucas. “I Still Feel Her Pt 5” is from his recent EP, and features guest […]

Watch CHVRCHES Cover Lorde’s “Team”

Have you heard of CHVRCHES? You’ve heard of CHVRCHES. The Scottish electro-pop trio have been taking over the buzzes of the internet, storming forums and news headlines since their debut album, The Bones of What You Believe, came out in late September. The album, which has pleased fans and critics alike, consists of 12 tracks […]

ALBUM STREAM: I Am The Avalanche – ‘Wolverines’

Brooklyn New York’s I Am The Avalanche are scheduled to release their newest full-length, Wolverines, next week (March 18) through I Surrender Records, but as of this morning, you can stream the 10-track effort by heading over to Recorded at The Barber Shop Studio in Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, this will be the group’s […]

UTG Exclusive: Producer Joey Sturgis Picks His 10 Favorite Projects

I am almost certain there has not been a single day in the last few years of this website where we have not discussed at least one artist who has producer Joey Sturgis to thank (at least in part) for their success. His work on The Devil Wears Prada’s first releases ushered in a new […]