Archive for March 24th, 2014

Inventions (Explosions In The Sky, Eluvium) Stream Debut Album

Need some mellow instrumental music in your life right now? If so, then you’re in luck! Inventions, a side project of members from Explosions In The Sky and Eluvium, have partnered up with NPR to stream their debut self-titled album in its entirety a little over a week before its official release date. I’ve listened […]

Diet Sign To Imminence Records, To Reissue Debut EP

Diet are a four-piece indie rock outfit hailing from Staten Island, New York. In their short time together they released their debut self-titled EP and recently they dropped a new single. Their hard work has paid off, and they are happy to announce today that they’ve signed to Imminence Records. Now that they are on […]

STREAM: Chiodos – “I Am Awkward And Unusual”

With each day that passes we creep closer and closer to the release date of Chiodos‘ fourth studio album, Devil. Fans have been eating up all of the singles so far, and for good reason. Today the group premiered yet another new song, this time via Purevolume. The latest single is titled “I Am Awkward […]

P Diddy Goes Back To Puff Daddy, Announces New Album

In our lifetime we’ve gotten to see one man take on one too many monikers. We’ve known him as Sean Combs, P Diddy, just Diddy, Puffy, and now he’s going back to the one that started it all – Puff Daddy. How long will this name change last though? Probably as long as his new […]

LISTEN: The Menzingers Release New Song “I Don’t Wanna Be An Asshole Anymore”

The Menzingers will be releasing their new LP, Rented World, on April 22 via Epitaph Records, and have just released the opening track titled “I Don’t Wanna Be An Asshole Anymore” over at Pitchfork. You can listen to the new song after the jump. Stylistically, the song follows the lead of the previously released “In Remission” […]

Yellowcard Tracking New Record With Anberlin Drummer

Yellowcard recently shocked fans by announcing that they had parted ways with longtime drummer Longineu Parsons III. Today, the group has confirmed that they will be entering the studio to begin work on their new record with fill-in drummer Nate Young (Anberlin). While LP’s departure from the band is still a sore subject and unsettling […]

Fashion Meets Music Festival 2014

UTG CONTEST: Win A Pair of After Party Badges For the Fashion Meets Music Festival

A month ago, we caught wind of a new festival making its home in the center of Ohio. The Fashion Meets Music Festival. So far, the festival boasts more than 500 performances, 250 artists, and 3 days in the Arena District of Columbus, OH. The lineup will be first announced this Thursday, March 27 at […]

UTG EXCLUSIVE: My Mouth Is The Speaker ‘In Focus’ Documentary Series Part 4

Akron, Ohio’s My Mouth Is The Speaker and Escapist Records are just a few short days away from the release of the In Focus 7?, the band’s first vinyl release. For those who don’t yet know the band or any of their fine members, we’re giving you a look into the lives of these young artists during the recording of the […]

Manchester Orchestra

Manchester Orchestra Release Crushing Title Track From ‘Cope’

As if the two previously released tracks “Top Notch” and “Every Stone” weren’t already more than enough to get you amped for the April 1 release of Manchester Orchestra‘s Cope, the band has just released the LP’s title track. Frontman Andy Hull has called the new album “aggressive and unapologetic,” and this track proves he […]

Music Video: Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks – “Strange Colores”

Looks like we may be getting some disco flavored Animal Collective. Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks have hinted at some different influences with the release of the first single appearing on Enter the Slasher House, and none are more telling than with the release of a second track from the album, “Strange Colores.” The music video […]

MUSIC VIDEO: The Wonder Years – “Dismantling Summer”

Family is a key topic of The Greatest Generation, the latest album from Philadelphia, PA pop punk forerunners The Wonder Years. From the stark resolve of “Madelyn” to the anxiety that comes with sick and aging relatives on “Dismantling Summer,” frontman Dan “Soupy” Campbell’s lyrics hit close to home in very real sense. The family […]

Cheech & Chong Returning To The Big Screen

It’s been over 30 years since Cheech & Chong have been together in theaters, but that’s about to change because their new movie is in the works. Will this next chapter in our favorite stoners’ lives be about the continuous legalization of pot? Well not exactly, Chong recently told Celeb Stoner, “We’ve had some preliminary […]