Archive for May 19th, 2014

Jay Z and Beyoncé’s Action Movie ‘Run’ is Ridiculous

As if Jay Z and Beyoncé haven’t been in the news enough lately–from the Solange fight to their On The Run tour–the two are now buzzing it up again. To promote their tour, the couple have shared a new star-studded short film titled Run that’s as action-packed and over the top as a short film could be. Run stars […]

Watch a Clip From Ryan Gosling’s Directorial Debut, ‘Lost River’

Ever since Ryan Gosling said he’d be taking a break from acting, we’ve had our eyes raised in curiosity about what would come next. So now, after sneaking a peak at some photos from the set, we get to see a clip from the actor’s directorial debut, Lost River, as it’s set to premiere at Cannes this week. […]

Counting Crows Announce New Album

Apparently the ’90s revival continues. Counting Crows have announced that they will be releasing their new studio album, Somewhere Under Wonderland sometime this fall. This will be their first actual original album since 2008 when they released Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings. They also released their covers album, Underwater Sunshine (Or What We Did On […]

Driver Friendly Premiere New Song Featuring Dan Campbell, New Album Out July 15

Austin, Texas natives Driver Friendly have announced that their new album, Unimagined Bridges, will be released July 15 on Hopeless Records. In typical Driver Friendly fashion, the announcement was accompanied by a fun, elaborate music video for the album’s first single, “Stand So Tall.” In the clip, which you can check out after the break, […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Foxy Shazam – “Tragic Thrill”

Ohio natives Foxy Shazam have released a brand new video for their track “Tragic Thrill.” The song comes from their album Gonzo, which they surprised fans with in early April. Head after the jump to check out the video. It was directed by Ryan Mackfall. Gonzo is still available for free download and can be purchased on vinyl here. […]

Second Trailer For ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ Released

Marvel has released the second official trailer for their upcoming, and highly anticipated new film, Guardians of the Galaxy. Furthering the comical aspects of the crew set up in the first trailer, this one tends to highlight the group in their early stages of heroic development. Showcasing their desire to do good for once, while […]

UTG TRACK-BY-TRACK: Instead of Sleeping – ‘Young Lungs’

In wake of the May 22 release of their brand new LP, Instead of Sleeping have teamed up with Under The Gun to bring you an exclusive track-by-track of Young Lungs. The record, which can be streamed following the jump, is the band’s third LP and experience proves it to be a dose of mature […]

Only On Weekends

UTG ALBUM PREMIERE: Only On Weekends – ‘Light Years and Heavy Lifting’

Philadelphia’s Only On Weekends are chopping up a plate of pop punk nostalgia with the brand new EP, Light Years and Heavy Lifting. The record, due out May 30, delivers simplistic and clever songs of daily life struggles (such as “Good for You,” for a number about swelling heartache) that mirror the likes of Weezer […]

Maroon 5 To Release ‘V’ On September 2

Maroon 5 have been producing massive pop rock hits for over a decade, and this year will likely see another chart topping tune from Adam Levine and company. The Los Angeles, California band announced today that they will release their fifth album, simply titled V, on September 2, with a single due out in the […]

‘Wish I Was Here’ Trailer: How Many Major Life Moments Can You Spot?

The world of indie film lovers who like movies made by people who were once famous for being on a hilarious televison show that is unlike anything they have done on the big screen has a new reason to be excited this morning. Two months away from his latest feature’s theatrical release, Zach Braff has […]

UTG VIDEO PREMIERE: Ishmael – “Telemachus”

On their Facebook page, Ishmael classify themselves as “post emo progressive rock.” While that sounds like an odd fusion of disparate genres, it is a surprisingly good description of the New York band’s sound. The trio’s noodly guitar parts and sparse vocals are the hallmarks of emo, but their technical rhythm section is more reminiscent […]


Film: Tracks Directed by: John Curran Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Adam Driver In introducing an audience with Robyn Davidson at the National Museum of Australia in 2007, research fellow Mike Smith said, “We often see deserts as a place for an inner journey, and this trip had all the hallmarks: a woman alone in the desert, […]