Archive for May 28th, 2014

Betraying The Martyrs Stream “Where The World Ends”

Betraying The Martyrs will be releasing their first album in three years on July 15 through Sumerian Records. Earlier today the group revealed the very first single from it, titled “Where The World Ends.” You can give it a listen by taking a look below the jump. Fans of BTM will notice right away that […]

Rich Gang Streams “Lifestyle” Featuring Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan

If you want guaranteed blog coverage and regional trending on Twitter, there are few paths to success proven more successful in 2014 than collaborating with Rich Homie Quan or Young Thug. Rich Gang, never the type of crew to be outdone, have recruited both of Atlanta’s buzzmakers for a new single that is sure to […]

New ‘Get on Up’ Trailer: Dan Aykroyd Helps James Brown Find Success

Universal Pictures have released a new trailer for their upcoming James Brown biopic, Get On Up. The clip premiered on Yahoo earlier today, but you can now watch the footage right here on UTG. 42 lead Chadwick Boseman stars as the Godfather of Soul in this summer’s funkiest drama, with Dan Aykroyd, Viola Davis, Octavia […]

Stream The New Annabel/Dowsing Split From Count Your Lucky Stars

Labelmates Annabel and Dowsing have teamed for a four-song 7″ out on split-happy emo label Count Your Lucky Stars. It’s actually a bit of a surprise these two hadn’t already found their way onto the same 2–or 4–way split already. Released on May 27, the split is available for streaming on Brooklyn Vegan. The Annabel half is especially sweet, with the under-heralded and more melodious group […]

The Front Bottoms, PUP Announce UK Tour

This August and September The Front Bottoms and PUP will be hitting the road on a UK tour together. View the full list of dates and a tour poster after the jump. For fans that happen to be based in the United States, you can catch both bands on separate national tours earlier in the summer. […]

Apple Officially Acquires Beats For $3 Billion

After weeks of rumor and gossip, Apple has officially announced plans to acquire Beats for a cool $3 billion. That number is $200 million less than early projections for the deal, but I don’t think Dr. Dre is going to be too hurt over the loss. This move marks a pretty huge moment for everyone […]

G-Eazy Releases “I Mean It” Video

Keeping anticipation for his debut full length album high, California native G-Eazy has partnered with listicle titan Buzzfeed to premiere the official video for the single “I Mean It.” It’s unlikely that this is your first G-Eazy post, but if so then you best know up front that you have a lot of catching up […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Conor Oberst – “Zigzagging Toward The Light”

Lately, Conor Oberst has been making the rounds in support of his newest record, Upside Down Mountain, which hit shelves just a few weeks ago via Nonesuch Records. Yesterday, the 30-year-old singer-songwriter stopped by CBS This Morning to perform a few ditties, and earlier today, continued to promote his latest offering by providing his track, […]

Scale The Summit and Glass Cloud Announce Summer Co-Headlining Tour

Adventure metal stalwarts Scale The Summit seem to always be on the road, and luckily for fans, their journey continues. They’ll be hitting the road this summer with metalcore favorites Glass Cloud beginning on July 15 in Springfield, VA as they span the entire US (with a few stops in Canada as well), eventually ending […]

Bishop Allen Announce First Album in Five Years, Stream Single “Start Again”

It’s been five long years since Bishop Allen‘s last album, 2009’s naive pop Grrr…, but now the Brooklyn indie rock band is back with Lights Out, due out August 19 via Dead Oceans. Leading single “Start Again”–yes, it’s quite aptly titled–is a poppy synth-driven song that perfectly bridges where the band left off to where they find themselves now: […]

‘This Is Where I Leave You’ Trailer: Jane Fonda Has Bionic Breasts

That headline is pretty deceiving, truth be told. I know I just wrote it, and if you’re reading this you may have clicked the link solely because of what it teased, but in all actuality the film we are about to discuss looks like something a bit more sentimental than sexual. This Is Where I […]

REVIEW: Brantley Gilbert – ‘Just As I Am’

Artist: Brantley Gilbert Album: Just As I Am Genre: Alt-Country Label: Valory Music Four years have passed since Brantley Gilbert released new material, and in that time country music has seen a number of new, young male singer-songwriters make their mark with so-called ‘bad boy’ music. These are essentially songs that keep the twang element […]