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UTG INTERVIEW: Sorority Noise Discuss Your New Favorite Record, ‘Joy, Departed’

“I feel like this one is building on self-deprication rather than drowning in it. I never thought I’d ever be able to write lyrics about getting better and finding all the good in the terrible.” This very statement from vocalist Cam Boucher is probably the greatest depiction of Sorority Noise’s stellar new record, Joy, Departed, […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Regina Spektor – Don’t Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas)

After releasing her stunning visuals for “All The Rowboats” two weeks ago, Regina Spektor brings us her bubbly new music video for “Don’t Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas).” This video showcases Spektor’s fun and energetic side and we love every moment of it (Even though our French is a little off). Please be sure […]

STREAM: Belle Histoire – “My Dear”

Our great friends over at Absolute Punk have an exclusive stream of a new Belle Histoire song, and it’s really awesome. The new song is titled “My Dear” and it is coming off of their debut full length record Dreamers. For those who don’t know, Belle Histoire is a female fronted indie group that Absolute […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Regina Spektor – All The Rowboats

Regina Spektor has released the visuals for her song “All The Rowboats” and can be viewed right here! This intricate video features clips of Regina making her way through various obstacles and is very intriguing. The video is directed by Adria Petty, Peter Sluszka and Ivan Abel. Please be sure to pick up What We […]

STREAM: Regina Spektor – All The Rowboats

Regina Spektor has released the lead single off her long-awaited sixth studio album. Entitled “All The Rowboats,” the latest for Spektor first premiered on his official Soundcloud before quickly spreading across the internet. The song marks her first release since 2009 and promises a whole new era of Regina is soon on the way. Stream […]

Regina Spektor Performance

at the White House

Jay-Z Sampling Regina Spektor on New Track

Provided by Paste Like hardboiled noir detectives, we’ve been hitting the streets lately for the skinny on the shifting musical predilections of one Shawn Carter, AKA Jay-Z. We had our suspicions that he was wandering into, um, indie-er, musical territory when he put Luke Steele of Empire of the Sun on the opener of The […]