MUSIC VIDEO: The Color Morale – “Prey For Me”

Hold On Pain Ends is the most recent studio album by the post hardcore group The Color Morale. The band is known for tackling all sorts of issues facing teens and young adults today, and this specific album focuses on suicide and depression. The music video they premiered earlier today also addresses thie issue of suicide, and it’s worth taking a few minutes to watch. The video is for their single “Prey For Me,” and you can watch it below the break.

If you have not had the chance to pick up Hold On Pain Ends yet, then you …


Matty Mullins Shares “99% Soul”

Matty Mullins‘ debut solo album will be hitting stores September 23 via Rise Records. When the singer first announced his solo effort he premiered the first single for it – giving fans a taste of what’s to come. Now he has unleashed the next single, which is titled “99% Soul.” It’s available to stream below the break.

“99% Soul” is certainly in the same style we’re used to from Mullins. It will be interesting to hear the rest of the album to see if he throws us any curve balls. If you happen to like what you’ve heard so …


STREAM: Jon Bellion – “Luxury” Feat. Audra Mae

Jon Bellion will be releasing a brand new album later this month, titled The Definition. This will be his second full-length album, and so far it’s promising to be a great one. Earlier today he teamed up with Time to reveal a brand new song off the upcoming record, titled “Luxury.” The song features by Audra Mae, and it’s available to listen to below the break.

The Definition will be self-released by Bellion on September 23. Be sure to check in again later this week as he will also be dropping an anitmated short that he wrote and directed …

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Bones Drops ‘Skinny’ Mixtape

“Back again with something new to hate. Back with another style to take.”

The enigmatic Los Angeles-based rapper known as Bones has followed up his excellent Garbage mixtape from earlier this year with yet another free effort in Skinny. Featuring 17 tracks of ’90s inspired, chilled-out, yet hard-as-fuck rap, Bones continues to deliver and assert his position on his internet-born throne.

For fans of Three 6 Mafia and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Skinny boasts big, trill beats and eerily beautiful, often ethereal samples to back Bones’ commanding flow. Most tracks clock in at a succinct minute an a half but the …


Yung Lean Teases Debut Album, ‘Unknown Memory’

Swedish rapper and Sad Boy leader Yung Lean has taken the hip-hop blogosphere by storm over the past year with only two mixtapes under his belt, so it’ll be no surprise if the hype surrounding him takes off to a fever pitch in the coming days as Lean has finally revealed details surrounding his debut album. Entitled Unknown Memory, the forthcoming record which will feature fan-favorite “Yoshi City” is set to drop on September 23 according to a spacey teaser.

Check out the album trailer after the jump along with the record’s official tracklisting and artwork.…


UTG Premiere: Johnny Lewis – “Uneasy Love”

Many of you may have noticed that the holiday weekend slowed the flow of new content on UTG in recent days, but today we have made it a point to show you we haven’t slacked in the slightest with a slew of big features, as well as a slew of news posts. My favorite piece of the day, which is included in this very post, comes from none other than producer turned songwriter Johnny Lewis.

We have the great honor of sharing with the world a never before heard Johnny Lewis recording titled “Uneasy Love.” The song hails from Lewis’ …

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Foxygen Stream New Track “Cosmic Vibrations”

Foxygen have a huge, ambitious record coming out next month. It’s a double album, spanning twenty-four tracks.

We’ve already heard “How Can You Really,” which could be dubbed an ’80s pop song mixed with a touch of ’50s dance hall music.

Now, we’ve got “Cosmic Vibrations,” which takes on a whole different persona, but still reaching towards the late ’70s, early ’80s for influences. It carries an almost Pink Floyd vibe; not as anthemic, but still has the huge goal of carrying that classic rock sound, without feeling forced or played out.…

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UTG PREMIERE: Hail The Sun – “Missed Injections”

California’s Hail The Sun are poised to release their highly anticipated Blue Swan Records debut in just three weeks’ time, on September 23.

Following two previously released singles in “Hanging Revelation” and “Human Target Practice,” UTG is thrilled to have the opportunity to premiere another cut from Wake, entitled “Missed Injections.”

Showcasing every bit of the band’s immense talent, “Missed Injections” boasts both frenetic drum-work and distinctive soaring vocals from Donovan Melero, with chaotic, jazz-inspired guitar riffs ripping throughout the track’s nearly 4-minute structure. Sure to appeal to fans of the band’s earlier work and …

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Death From Above 1979 Stream Upcoming Album ‘The Physical World’

The uniquely-awesome Toronto duo, Death From Above 1979, are back in action with the follow-up to their 2004 record You’re A Woman, I’m A Machine. The record, called The Physical World, is due for release on September 9 via Last Gang Records.

The band has previously released singles “Trainwreck 1979” and “Government Trash” from The Physical World, but as of this morning, the guys are streaming the entire album on iTunes.

The album is exactly what you’d expect from Death From Above 1979, picking up exactly where they left off with pulsing drums …


Trinidad Jame$ Raps About The Problems With Police On “Mr. Officer”

Trinidad Jame$ has released a new single every week since the news broke that he was no longer a part of the Def Jam family, and this week has proven no different.

Rapping about the recent events in Ferguson, as well as his own experiences, Jame$ uses “Mr. Officer” to talk about the interactions people have with members of law enforcement across the country. That may lead you to believe this is a song fueled by rage, but in truth it’s the furthest thing from a hard-hitting rant against police. The track is honestly pretty laid back, with a chorus …


WFFW Member Keano Spitta Releases “Like Me” Video

It’s been a minute since we heard from the WFFW crew, but yesterday afternoon member Keano Spitta delivered a new track and visual that is sure to ease the pain of the work week’s return.

Featuring hypnotic production that’s not too distant from the sounds found on fellow WFFW member Marco‘s recent singles, “Like Me” offers Keano Spitta one of the best opportunities to showcase his skills. It’s not that the beat makes him sound better, but rather the fact it’s entertaining without taking the focus away from Keano’s wordplay.

The video for “Like Me” finds Keano and …

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The Getaway Plan Announce ‘Dark Horses,’ Launch PledgeMusic Campaign

Over the course of the last decade, Australia’s The Getaway Plan have evolved from teenage post-hardcore wunderkinds into one of the nation’s most successful and critically acclaimed rock bands. It has been a journey marked by incredible highs (such as their debut Other Voices, Other Rooms debuting at #14 on the Australian charts) crushing lows (the band went on an unplanned hiatus from 2009-2010, during which a former tour manager and close friend of the band was convicted with several sexual offences for which he was jailed for 16 years, providing an unwelcome run on front pages of the national …