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Matt Pryor To Release Live Album, ‘Nine Forty Live’

Matt Pryor (formerly of The Get Up Kids) has announced that he will be releasing a new live album on December 9. The eleven-track effort is entitled Nine Forty Live and it features recordings from an intimate show he played at the Lawrence Arts Theater in Kansas earlier this year. The new live album features […]

‘Where’s The Band?’ Tour Announced, Feat. Dustin Kensrue, Casey Crescenzo, Matt Pryor and More

The tour that has featured all-star lineups in the past has made its comeback. The Where’s The Band? tour has made an official announcement today with a new lineup of musicians that will be hitting the road with just their acoustic guitars. The bill includes Dustin Kensrue (Thrice), Dan Andriano (Alkaline Trio), Casey Crescenzo (The […]

Matt Pryor And Blue Of Colors Announce Spring Tour

This May, Matt Pryor will embark on a solo headlining tour with Blue of Colors (Punchline frontman Steve Soboslai). The tour kicks off May 2 in Pryor’s home state of Kansas and winds its way around the eastern half of the country before the finale on May 17 in Chicago, Illinois. You can see the […]

The Get Up Kids Announce First U.S. Show In Almost Three Years

The Get Up Kids will be thawing from a three-year hibernation as the band announced today they will be taking the stage as the headliner of Middle of the Map Fest, slated to take place in Kansas City, Mo. on April 3-5. Although we have not seen the full band together in quite some time, […]

Matthew Leimkuehler Album of the Year

Matthew Leimkuehler’s ‘Best of 2013’ In Music

2013 was a year full of insurmountable twists and turns with each new record release. One of the best years in recent memory, music fans world-wide rejoiced over incredible releases amongst all genres in the industry. As the year comes to an end, it has been overwhelmingly difficult to narrow down a list of simply […]

Tyler Osborne’s ‘Best of 2013’ In Music

It’s coming to the end of 2013, and it’s been a really weird year. Almost every band and their mother has reunited, pop music is now punk music, and ten year anniversary tours are now a norm within the industry. Admittedly, this wasn’t my favorite year for music. Sure, there have been a lot of […]

UTG LIST: 25 Bands We Want New Material From In 2014

***UPDATE*** Five (late) submissions have been added, for a total of 30 Bands We Want New Material From In 2014. 2013 marked a year of musical resurrection on many levels. We’ve been given long-awaited reunions, new records, celebratory re-issues, and anniversary shows fantastic enough to make even the most rudimentary of music fans giddy. With […]

Matt Pryor Releases New Song From ‘Wrist Slitter’

Whether you’re a longtime Get Up Kids fan or a new convert just discovering Matt Pryor‘s work through his solo releases and The New Amsterdams, you know that he’s among the best and most active songwriters in this scene. He’s already released on full-length in 2013 (The New Amsterdams’ Outroduction), and his next solo effort, […]

Max Bemis Announces Solo Tour With Matt Pryor And Sherri DuPree

Max Bemis, front man for Say Anything, did a solo acoustic show in support of his rarities release before the full band went on tour. This winter, Bemis will head out on a full fledged solo tour with his main support being Matt Pryor of the Get Up Kids, Sherri DuPree from Eisley, Perma (the […]

Matt Pryor and James Dewees extend “Two For The Road” Tour

Alternative Press reports that fellow Get Up Kids bandmates, Matt Pryor and James Dewees have extended their “Two For The Road” Tour. Matt Pryor (The New Amsterdams) and James Dewees (Reggie And The Full Effect) are slated to perform their solo material, and have invited Into It. Over It. back to support them on select […]

Review: Matt Pryor – May Day

Artist: Matt Pryor Album: May Day Genre: Indie/Folk Label: Vagrant It seems that Matt Pryor enjoys constructing challenges for himself with his solo albums. For Confidence Man Pryor was determined to write-record-mix an entire album before he hit the age of 30. The result was a folk-y, alt-country stripped down version of his side-project The […]

Anthony Raneri Releases New Solo Song

Anthony Raneri, known best as the frontman of Bayside, has released a brand new solo song “Please Don’t Leave”. The track is off of Raneri’s upcoming release New Cathedrals out tomorrow on Raneri’s own label, Gumshoe Records. However, for fans who can’t wait to get a taste of the new album, have a listen to the […]