Archive for November 15th, 2014

Issues Release New Song Featuring Neck Deep

Issues, a metalcore outfit from Atlanta, have previously announced that they will be releasing an acoustic EP, entitled Diamond Dreams. Due out on Nov. 17, the upcoming EP will definitely be something different for the band. Based on what’s been out so far, though, it seems like the impending effort will be a very nice […]

Future Of What Stream “Party In Heaven”

Future Of What, a Brooklyn-based indie trio are releasing their debut LP, Pro Dreams, on Jan. 13, 2015. Spanning a recording time of around a year, through seven studios within New York City and one Massachusetts attic, the heart of Pro Dreams should be heightened. Having already released the track “No War Dance Floor,” the […]

Slow Club Release Video For “Everything Is New”

Slow Club have been receiving quiet the buzz since the release of their third album, Complete Surrender. To add to the band’s growing appreciation, they have just released a wonderful video for the track “Everything Is New” off of that July, 2014 release. Directed by Andrea Sisson and Pete Ohs, the video features the band […]

Small Houses Streams “Staggers and Rise”

Small Houses have released a new track titled “Staggers and Rise,” off of their upcoming record, Still Talk; Second City, out Feb. 10, 2015. Small Houses is the musical moniker of Jeremy Quentin, a Flint, MI native currently based in Philadelphia. “Staggers and Rise” is somewhat nostalgic, all while creating a sense of ease and […]

Andy Shauf Releases “I’m Not Falling Asleep”

Andy Shauf is the kind of artist that makes you upset it took so long for their music to reach your ears. Upon first hearing “I’m Not Falling Asleep,” I knew I had been missing out on something I was meant to enjoy. With the release of “I’m Not Falling Asleep,” a track off of […]

Patent Pending Call Out Everyone’s Favorite Plumber In “Hey Mario”

Never ones to take themselves too seriously, Patent Pending have released a video for “Hey Mario” that asks the question that matters: what’s Mario’s deal? In the goofy music video, the poppy punk band take on their Mario and The Brick Breakers alter-egos and take an objective look at Mario’s intentions in the Mushroom Kingdom. In a […]

Little Brother Releases Music Video For “Chloe”

Acoustic act Little Brother has released a new music video for his track “Chloe.” The video follows Little Brother namesake (and Trophy Eyes frontman) John Floreani and his friends getting into all sorts of trouble while the sad, hollow song plays over the black and white footage. Fans of acts like Front Porch Step are […]

Bad Suns Release Powerful Video For “Salt”

After years of silence on the subject, 2014 has brought several discussions of gender identity to the mainstream – acceptance and understanding of the issues involving the spectrum of gender and sexuality have begun to enter everyday discussion, which is a great thing. This progression comes largely from the influence of artists who live with gender dysphoria. Bad Suns‘ […]

Zack De La Rocha, Travis Barker Join Run The Jewels For LA Performance

We’re all loving the new Run The Jewels record over here at UTG. This album feels like a departure from the vast majority of music we’ve heard in the genre this year, largely due to the excellent choice of collaborators. My favorite contributor, Zack De La Rocha, joined the hip-hop duo along with Travis Barker this week for the […]