Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey & Courtney Love Join Forces For ‘Endless Summer’ Tour 2015

If you had given me an hour to develop every person or group I thought Lana Del Rey may one day head out on tour with I can tell you with absolute certainty the name Courtney Love would have never been mentioned. It’s not that I don’t like Love, but the music created by these […]

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Max Jury Delivers Clever New Single, “Black Metal”

Des Moines, Iowa’s own singer-songwriter Max Jury debuted his brand new single, “Black Metal,” off of the upcoming EP, All I Want: The Sonic Factory Sessions via Clash yesterday. The song is a clever demise of a damsel who enjoys…you guessed it, black metal. Jury is at his best when channeling his unique style of […]

Watch Lana Del Rey Prepare For Her Wedding Day In The Official Video For “Ultraviolence”

Lana Del Rey can have any man in the world she desires, but based on her previous videos and songs I think we can all agree whoever that lucky son of a bitch turns out to be they will probably meet while he is wearing a leather jacket and taking long drags from a hand-rolled […]

Max Jury 2014 interview

UTG INTERVIEW: Max Jury @ 80/35

Max Jury is one of the fastest solo artists moving. Creating a dazzling name for himself both nationally and internationally, Jury has a seductive style of songwriting that is able to sweep you off your feet. Opening up for Lana Del Rey both in Chicago and overseas (including a show in Cork, Ireland this week), […]

162Norths Remix Lana Del Rey’s “Florida Kilos”

162Norths has been a producer to watch throughout 2014, and this morning he gave us yet another reason to watch his star continue to rise with the release of his very special take on Lana Del Rey’s “Florida Kilos.” Lana Del Rey offered fans a lush and intricate release when Ultraviolence rolled into stores last […]

Lana Del Rey Releases “Shades Of Cool” Music Video

Keeping headline writers busy on the day her new album drops, Lana Del Rey has released the official video for “Shades Of Cool.” Featuring performance sequences, floral overlays, and a sleek classic car moving fast under city lights, “Shades Of Cool” hits every stereotypical point on the Lana Del Rey music video check list. It’s […]

REVIEW: Lana Del Rey – ‘Ultraviolence’

Artist: Lana Del Rey Album: Ultraviolence Genre: Pop Lana Del Rey pulls no punches on Ultraviolence, her first release since the fall of 2012. After essentially spending two years working on new material the woman who was Born To Die has reemerged more confident and heartbroken than ever before, and she has brought along a […]

Stream Lana Del Rey’s New Album, ‘Ultraviolence’

Today is the day fans of silky smooth pop music have been waiting for all year long. After months of promotion, including a sold out US tour, Lana Del Rey is finally sharing Ultraviolence with the world. Our review of the record is not quite ready to post, but while we wait for that time […]

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 […]

Lana Del Rey Shares “Is This Happiness”

We are now less than a week away from the US release of Lana Del Rey‘s highly anticipated third studio album, Ultraviolence. Over the past few months, the 27-year-old songstress has offered us several sultry glimpses of what’s to come, and earlier this evening, granted us yet another sneak peek in the form of the […]

Lana Del Rey Releases “Brooklyn Baby”

Ultraviolence is the upcoming third studio album by Lana Del Rey. She recently released a teaser for the next single, which is titled “Brooklyn Baby.” The full song is now available to stream, and you can check it out below the break. “Brooklyn Baby” is another slower song that highlights the musician’s signature sound. Between […]

James Vincent McMorrow Covers Lana Del Rey’s “West Coast”

We tend to swoon over Lana Del Rey quite a bit over here, and that trend’s been pretty prominent as of late in anticipation for her forthcoming LP, Ultraviolence. But today, we came across something just as noteworthy. James Vincent McMorrow‘s been on our radar for some time now as he continues to leave us […]