Archive for March 19th, 2015

‘Jenny Death’ Right Now, Actually: Death Grips Drop Potential Final Album

Earlier this year, electronic hip-hop duo Death Grips put out a surprise instrumental album, entitled Fashion Week. The album contained 14 tracks whose titles collectively spelled the words “JENNY DEATH WHEN,” making a reference to Jenny Death, the second and final part of the Sacramento group’s double LP, The Powers That B. Though not available […]

Alabama Shakes Stream Soulful New Song, “Future People”

Alabama Shakes are slated to release their new album, Sound & Color, on April 21 through ATO Records. In anticipation, the Athens four-piece have shared a funky new track titled “Future People,” which can be streamed in full at the bottom of this post. Give it a listen and let us know what you think […]

Listen To The Illustrator’s New Track, “The Yearning”

Michigan rock group, The Illustrator, have revealed their newest single, titled “The Yearning.” The track involves a lot of theatrical elements to it, including lots of orchestra, big band, driving guitars and killer vocals. The band is currently set to release an EP with this track included around Summer 2015. Currently the group is set […]

Speak Low If You Speak Love Premieres “Have My Head”

Speak Low If You Speak Love (Ryan Scott Graham of State Champs) has partnered with AbsolutePunk to premiere a brand new single titled “Have My Head.” Check it out by following the jump below, and let us know what you think in the replies. The track is taken from the remastered version of Everything But […]

UTG PREMIERE: Corey Kilgannon – “Doubter’s Prayer” (Video)

Under The Gun Review is thrilled to team up with Nashville singer-songwriter Corey Kilgannon to premiere his brand new video for “Doubter’s Prayer.” “Doubter’s Prayer” comes off Kilgannon’s upcoming EP, titled Hospital Hymns, which is due out on March 31. The track is a beautiful acoustic offering with affecting vocals that reveal Kilgannon’s honest and […]

SXSW MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Montage Of Heck’ Is One Of The Best Music Documentaries Ever Made

Film: Montage Of Heck Starring: Courtney Love, Krist Novoselic Directed by: Brett Morgen Built atop a wealth of never-before-seen video, recently unearthed audio, and journal entries stretching the entirety of Kurt Cobain’s life, Montage Of Heck is the quintessential documentary about Nirvana’s often misunderstood frontman. We begin with Kurt’s childhood, which is expressed through home […]

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Announces 2015 Presenters and Performers

Yesterday, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced the presenters and performers for this year’s ceremony, which is set to air on HBO this coming May. As reported by Rolling Stone, Sir Paul McCartney will aptly induct Ringo Starr, the always-awesome Stevie Wonder will chat about Bill Wither, and Patti Smith will introduce Lou […]

Sufjan Stevens Shares “Carrie & Lowell”

I don’t know about you, but I am excited for Sufjan Stevens‘ upcoming album, Carrie & Lowell. This is his first full-length album in five years, and so far it sounds pretty promising. Songs like “No Shade In The Shadow Of The Cross” and “Should Have Known Better” are reason enough for us to patiently […]

UTG INTERVIEW: Bobby Meader Music Talks Career Paths & Writing ‘Breakfast After Noon’

Independent music is a vital realm of the entertainment world. That being said, the industry is very fortunate to have a plethora of artists who continuously pump out material worthy of keeping the public’s attention and admiration. We recently had the pleasure of chatting with singer-songwriter Bobby Meader Music about his journey as a musician […]

832 Performing at SXSW for the ‘Beautiful You Fashion Tour’

Nawlege 402 and Solomis, the Oklahoma City-based brother duo known as 832, will be performing this Saturday, March 21 at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Austin, TX for the SXSW ‘Beautiful You Fashion Tour.’ Featuring well over 30 other artists for the double showcase, 832 will be getting SXSW attendees amped with their unique brand […]

UTG INTERVIEW: Behind Bayside’s 15-Year Longevity

15 years in the music world may be the equivalent to 100 years in human life. Trying to keep a band relevant and successful takes time, dedication, hard work and severe determination. Bayside, the punk-rock band we’ve all grown up with has reached this very milestone. Throughout six studio records, a live acoustic album, overcoming […]

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Multiple Videos Surface From First blink-182 Show With Matt Skiba

Last night, at famed music club The Roxy in Los Angeles, Matt Skiba performed his inaugural set with pop punk forefathers blink-182. As most should already know, Skiba took the place of longtime guitarist and punk rock punchline Tom Delonge after a brutal and public feud between Delonge and the band’s other tenured members, Mark […]