Arms & Sleepers Release ‘Instrumentals’

I’ve gushed about Boston’s Arms & Sleepers a lot over the years. Their music means a lot to me and that’ll never change. So in return, the least I can do is spread the word on any and everything they do. Their most recent undertaking, following 2014’s fantastic Swim Team, includes an 8-track release of […]

Queens Of The Stone Age Stream Full Album ‘…Like Clockwork’

Queens of the Stone Age have released a stream of their forthcoming album, …Like Clockwork, a week ahead of its intended drop date. The album will be out on June 4 via Matador Records. Take their album for as many spins as you would like over at iTunes (make sure to open the artist page). […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Queens Of The Stone Age – “I Appear Missing”

Queens Of The Stone Age are giving fans a double dosage of awesome today, with the release of their new song and animated visuals for the single “I Appear Missing.” Artwork comes courtesy of Boneface and animation from Liam Brazier. Get ready for the animated visuals to take you into a post-apocalyptic world. There is […]

Queens Of The Stone Age Debut New Song At Lollapalooza Brazil

Happy Easter to everyone out there! Today is truly a special day for many reasons. Queens Of The Stone Age are reunited and were filmed yesterday debuting a brand new song called “My God is the Sun” out at Lollapalooza Brazil. This song was performed with new drummer Jon Theodore (The Mars Volta & One […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Fucked Up – Turn The Season

Fucked Up have released a brand new music video for their song “Turn The Season,” that comes off of their latest effort David Comes To Life. This video is full of random events and is completely spontaneous, just like Fucked Up’s style. Embrace the strangeness and check out the video right here on UTG. You […]

Thurston Moore solo album details

Thurston Moore, of Sonic Youth, has announced that he will release his solo album entitled Demolished Thoughts on May 23rd off of Matador.

Review: Ted Leo and the Pharmacists – The Brutalist Bricks

Artist: Ted Leo and the Pharmacists Album: The Brutalist Bricks Genre: Indie/Punk Label: Matador Starting their second decade as a band, New Jersey’s power-trio, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists are no where new to the music scene. Their political lyrics and fusion between 70’s punk rock, indie with even hints of folk and dub reggae […]

Pavement to Get Back on the Road

It’s been a decade since the band Pavement called it quits, but Stephen Malkmus has said that the band is getting back together for a string of gigs in 2010. The rumors of a reunion started in early 2009, and have since solidified into a legitimate reunion of the group. Dust off your flannel, because […]