Archive for June 13th, 2014

Lana Del Rey Teases “Shades Of Cool” Video

The countdown to Ultraviolence is winding down, but not before the true queen of modern pop teases her next music video. Lana Del Rey has always taken a cinematic approach to her videos, and that appears to be the case yet again with the upcoming clip for “Shades Of Cool.” A teaser posted to the […]

New ‘Zero Theorem’ Trailer: Christoph Waltz Will Try To Solve The World’s Greatest Mystery

Why do we exist? Some will tell you we are put here to experience the many joys of life, or that we are simply here to eat and mate, only to have a whole new generation rise up and do the same. That cannot be all there is though, right? This question, or at least […]

The Devil Wears Prada Play With Puppets In Official Video For “Sailor’s Prayer”

The Devil Wears Prada have released the official music video for their 8:18 fan favorite, “Sailor’s Prayer.” Released on YouTube early this morning, “Sailor’s Prayer” finds the members of The Devil Wears Prada abandoning the dark look and themes of their previous videos to present fans with a one of a kind puppet show. The […]

Ace Hood Releases “Jamaica” Video

Fridays are typically slow on the news front, but this afternoon Ace Hood broke the day’s silence with the release of a killer video for “Jamaica.” Five months have passed since Ace Hood released his Starvation 3 mixtape, and in that time he has released a series of visual accompaniments for the record. “Jamaica” continues […]

EP STREAM: 5 Seconds Of Summer – ‘Don’t Stop’

Now that “She Looks So Perfect” has permeated top 40 radio nationwide, 5 Seconds Of Summer are working to further cement their presence in pop music with the release of a brand new EP titled Don’t Stop. Today, the latest EP from 5 Seconds Of Summer found its way onto iTunes and similar digital music […]

STAY HOME: Stream Today’s Warped Tour Stop Live Right Now

After months of promotion and countless hours of preparation on the part of the organizers, the Vans Warped Tour kicked off its 2014 run this morning in Houston. Normally, this would be where the story would end, but as we have learned so many times before in the digital age that is not always the […]

UTG Interview: Director William Eubank Discusses ‘The Signal’

We are in the midst of one of the most overcrowded summer movie seasons of all time. Each and every week a slew of great titles have been rolling out into theaters, and this weekend is certainly no exception. I know it can be tempting to give into advertising and see the latest mega-blockbuster starring […]

UTG LIST: 20 Must-See Acts At Warped Tour 2014

Ahhh, Warped Tour. It’s that time of year again. Time for every misfit scenester, hipster, punk rockster, blogster, and all the other ‘sters to come together and celebrate life with ridiculous outfits, unique hairdos, the art of moshing, and one of our truest loves, music. Lather up the sunscreen, put on a pair of those […]

UTG TV: Josh Scogin of ’68 Chats About ‘In Humor and Sadness’

Josh Scogin believes in the human element of music, despite the fact that the world is now run by robots. He’s actually under the impression that rock and roll was meant to be performed by individuals with intuition. I think he’s out of his mind, but to each his own. When The Chariot completed their […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ’22 Jump Street’

Film: 22 Jump Street Starring: Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum Directed by: Phil Lord and Christopher Miller The dynamic duo of Hill and Tatum with their immense bromance and self-aware police antics have returned again to do the exact same thing that they did in 21 Jump Street. Luckily though, this sequel resembles a red solo […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Signal’

Film: The Signal Starring: Brenton Thwaites, Olivia Cooke Directed by: William Eubank Coming of age films are a dime a dozen these days. Between the affordability of decent camera equipment and an ever-increasing number of ways to share original video content with the world, it seems everyone has a story about growing up they want […]

James Vincent McMorrow Releases Gorgeous New Video For “Gold”

When you’ve got a hypnotizing falsetto and mellow folky vibes like James Vincent McMorrow, you need the arresting and hypnotic visuals to match. Emma J Doyle and Cory Philpott wrote, directed, and produced exactly what JVM’s Post Tropical single, “Gold,” needed. Filmed around some of San Francisco’s most beautiful areas (Horseshoe Bay, the Exploratorium, and […]