Archive for October 16th, 2014

Knuckle Puck Stream New Song, “Bedford Falls”

While I Stay Secluded, due out on October 28 via Bad Timing Records, is Knuckle Puck‘s upcoming EP. Having put out two splits this year and supporting numerous bands on tour all over the country, Knuckle Puck has been working nonstop this year and they have come quite far since their 2013 release, The Weight That […]

Sam Smith Announces North American Arena Tour

Making his way to the top in a very short amount of time, English singer-songwriter Sam Smith recently appeared on The Tonight Show in support of his new record, In The Lonely Hour, released late last spring. Smith has garnered a very good amount of attention from both the United Kingdom and the United States, and […]

Surprise! Chance The Rapper Releases New Track “No Better Blues”

Remember when Chance The Rapper covered the Arthur theme song? It was all fun and games back then. So, it’s obvious why this new track from Chance comes as a bit of a surprise, both because no one was expecting it to be released and no one was expecting it to sound so jaded. The […]

forever came calling 2014

Forever Came Calling Premiere Video for “Defenseless”

Preparing for the release of their sophomore album, pop-punkers Forever Came Calling have released a music video for their single “Defenseless” which premiered on Alternative Press this morning. The song is now the fourth release from their upcoming album, What Matters Most, which will arrive via Pure Noise Records on October 21. You can read […]

‘Meow The Jewels’ Is Real, And Its Trailer Is Here To Unite Cats, Kung Fu, And Explosions

Meow The Jewels, which I will be calling Meow The Jewels: Meow That’s What I Call Music! until Killer Mike sends someone to stop me, is real.  Now we have an amazing trailer to tell us that, yes, it will be as amazing as we think it will As of writing this, the $45,100 Kickstarter goal has been surpassed by […]

Foo Fighters Stream “Something From Nothing”

The wait is over, Foo fans. The first song off Foo Fighters highly-anticipated new album has found its way online ahead of the record’s November street date. Arriving on YouTube late Thursday afternoon, “Something From Nothing” showcases the latest evolution of Foo Fighters in just under five minutes’ time. It’s not the immediately catchy track […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Stretch’ Is One Hollow Ride

Film: Stretch Starring: Chris Pine, Patrick Wilson, Jessica Alba Directed By: Joe Carnahan In a scene from Joe Carnahan’s micro-budgeted Stretch that was dropped from Universal Pictures’ release schedule abruptly, David Hasselhoff questions the protagonist (who is his chauffeur) on if he is or is not a ‘punk-ass motherf****r.’ Yes that’s right, the main character […]


PVRIS Stream New Album’s Title Track, “White Noise”

This morning, PVRIS, the electro-alternative rock band from Lowell, Massachusetts started streaming a brand new track from their upcoming debut album, White Noise. PVRIS’s latest single, “White Noise,” is now the third track available from the album of the same name, which makes its arrival via Rise Records in just a few short weeks. You […]

Tiny Moving Parts Go to Space in “Entrances & Exits” Video

Tiny Moving Parts started out as a little band from Minnesota, but these days the guys are busy exploring new territory- like going out on tours with Modern Baseball and The Hotelier. This morning, however, the band broke into an entirely new horizon, quite literally. The song “Entrances & Exits” comes from the band’s recent […]

Watch Tiny Stills’ Puppet-Filled Music Video For “15-17 Months”

Tiny Stills are an up-and-coming indie rock outfit based out of Hershey, Pennsylvania. The group has been together since 2012, and they recently released their debut full-length album, titled Falling Is Like Flying. They teamed up with Buzzbands to premiere an adorable music video for their single “15-17 Months.” You can check it out right […]

Spirits and the Melchizedek Children

UTG VIDEO PREMIERE: Spirits and the Melchizedek Children – “So Happy, It’s Sad”

Sexy shoegaze outfit Spirits and the Melchizedek Children have been on a roll lately. While supporting their latest release, So Happy, It’s Sad, the band have shared the stage with the likes of Florence and the Machine, Civil Twilight and Dead Meadow. Under The Gun Review is teaming up with Spirits and the Melchizedek Children […]

Adult Jazz Share “AM Gone” Video, Announce US Shows

If you fell in love with Adult Jazz‘s debut LP Gist Is but live in America, their lack of a US tour could have ripped your heart in two. But now the indie rock freak folk crew are bringing their community rhythms overseas. Unfortunately, the four shows don’t see them spanning the whole country. Their dates […]