Under the Gun Review Entertainment news for today's generation 2014-09-03T02:31:19Z http://www.underthegunreview.net/feed/atom/ WordPress John Bazley <![CDATA[Head North Announce National Headlining Tour]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128911 2014-09-03T02:31:19Z 2014-09-03T02:18:24Z Buffalo pop-punk band Head North will be heading out on a massive headlining tour later this year. Check out a full flyer and dates below.

The band is touring in support of their new EP, Scrapbook Minds, as well as a recently released split with Connecticut’s A Will Away. I highly recommend checking out both releases, if you’re unfamiliar with the group. The band is quickly making the transition from “local” to “national,” and you’re going to want to get in now. Head North’s discography can be streamed via their Bandcamp page.

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Buffalo pop-punk band Head North will be heading out on a massive headlining tour later this year. Check out a full flyer and dates below.

The band is touring in support of their new EP, Scrapbook Minds, as well as a recently released split with Connecticut’s A Will Away. I highly recommend checking out both releases, if you’re unfamiliar with the group. The band is quickly making the transition from “local” to “national,” and you’re going to want to get in now. Head North’s discography can be streamed via their Bandcamp page.

You can listen to “In The Water” below. Let the band know which date you’ll be at over at their Facebook page.

Tour dates:
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“In The Water”

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John Bazley <![CDATA[Unreleased Adele Tracks Surface Online]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128907 2014-09-03T02:06:33Z 2014-09-03T02:01:39Z While the world hotly anticipates Adele’s followup to her incredibly successful sophomore record, 21, a few unreleased songs from those sessions have surfaced online.

Ironically titled “You’ll Never See Me Again” and “Never Gonna Leave You,” the new songs were recorded with Fraser T Smith in 2010, so these are not an indication of what’s to come for the superstar singer, but it’s a nice stopgap while we wait for the new record.

The songs are quickly being pulled from online sources, but they’re easily found on YouTube. You can hear the new tracks via the videos below, as …

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While the world hotly anticipates Adele’s followup to her incredibly successful sophomore record, 21, a few unreleased songs from those sessions have surfaced online.

Ironically titled “You’ll Never See Me Again” and “Never Gonna Leave You,” the new songs were recorded with Fraser T Smith in 2010, so these are not an indication of what’s to come for the superstar singer, but it’s a nice stopgap while we wait for the new record.

The songs are quickly being pulled from online sources, but they’re easily found on YouTube. You can hear the new tracks via the videos below, as of the time of publication.

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John Bazley <![CDATA[A Day To Remember Announce ‘All Signs Point To Britain’ Tour]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128892 2014-09-03T01:57:51Z 2014-09-03T01:48:50Z Pop-punk/metalcore machine and contender for the title of “Biggest Heavy Band In The World,” A Day To Remember, will be returning to UK this Fall. The band has announced the ‘All Signs Point To Britain’ tour for late 2014.

Oddly, the tour skips over London, as many angry Facebook commenters and Rocksound have pointed out. It’s unclear whether a date will be added or not. Support has yet to be announced, but here’s to hoping that they bring out some cool smaller bands; A Day To Remember have the capacity to make stars in the scene and they’re hitting …

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Pop-punk/metalcore machine and contender for the title of “Biggest Heavy Band In The World,” A Day To Remember, will be returning to UK this Fall. The band has announced the ‘All Signs Point To Britain’ tour for late 2014.

Oddly, the tour skips over London, as many angry Facebook commenters and Rocksound have pointed out. It’s unclear whether a date will be added or not. Support has yet to be announced, but here’s to hoping that they bring out some cool smaller bands; A Day To Remember have the capacity to make stars in the scene and they’re hitting some big venues.

Check out the flyer with all the dates below.

ADTR UK tour

NOVEMBER
12 – PORTSMOUTH Guildhall
14 – PLYMOUTH Pavilions
15 – BRIGHTON Centre
16 – LEEDS Academy
18 – EDINBURGH Corn Exchange
19 – NOTTINGHAM Rock City
21 – SHEFFIELD Academy
23 – NEWCASTLE Academy

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Nina Corcoran <![CDATA[‘Lord of the Rings’ Trilogy to Screen With Live Orchestral Accompaniment]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128900 2014-09-03T02:04:42Z 2014-09-03T01:48:49Z Sci-fi nerds, rejoice. For the first time ever, Peter Jackson’s entire Lord of the Rings trilogy will be screening in America with live orchestral accompaniment. The Oscar-winning series, based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels, will see its live debut in New York City at Lincoln Center in April 2015. Mark your calendars.

As the New York Times reports, conductor Ludwig Wicki and the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will perform Howard Shore’s original score live while all three of the epics unfold on the screen behind them. As of right now, there will be two full performances, both of which …

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Sci-fi nerds, rejoice. For the first time ever, Peter Jackson’s entire Lord of the Rings trilogy will be screening in America with live orchestral accompaniment. The Oscar-winning series, based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels, will see its live debut in New York City at Lincoln Center in April 2015. Mark your calendars.

As the New York Times reports, conductor Ludwig Wicki and the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will perform Howard Shore’s original score live while all three of the epics unfold on the screen behind them. As of right now, there will be two full performances, both of which take place at David H. Koch Theater between April 8-12. The first set of performances will occur over three successive nights; the second will consist of afternoon and evening screenings over the course of a weekend.

If sitting through 2001’s The Fellowship of the Ring, 2002’s The Two Towers, and 2003’s The Return of the King seems tiresome, just imagine how exhausted all 250 musicians and singers will be. Then again, the 21st Century players have already performed live accompaniment for West Side Story, Pirates of the Caribbean, Fantasia, and various Star Trek scenes. Oh, and they performed the LOTR trilogy in 2011 at home in Switzerland. Maybe this won’t be so tough, after all. Buying tickets? That will be tough, for sure.

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Ryan Kappy <![CDATA[Enter Shikari Discuss Upcoming Album, Aiming For Early 2015 Release]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128885 2014-09-03T01:34:56Z 2014-09-03T01:34:56Z Enter Shikari took a long winter break from touring this past year in order to bring to life their upcoming fourth record as a band. Some light has been shed today on the new record after vocalist Rou Reynolds, guitarist Liam “Rory” Clewlow and bassist Chris Batten sat down with Already Heard for an in-depth interview about the upcoming album.

According to the interview, the band are in the mixing process but still have to go into the mastering process and come up with a title and artwork for the upcoming record. Check out what Rou had to say below …

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Enter Shikari took a long winter break from touring this past year in order to bring to life their upcoming fourth record as a band. Some light has been shed today on the new record after vocalist Rou Reynolds, guitarist Liam “Rory” Clewlow and bassist Chris Batten sat down with Already Heard for an in-depth interview about the upcoming album.

According to the interview, the band are in the mixing process but still have to go into the mastering process and come up with a title and artwork for the upcoming record. Check out what Rou had to say below regarding the songwriting and sound of the album:

AH: What can fans expect in terms of sound and songwriting on the new album?
Rou: It’s just as diverse as ever really. We pushed ourselves again. There’s a lot of concentration on texture. We’re massive fans of melody and rhythm but this time we’ve really concentrated on texture this time. There’s a lot of orchestral instrumentation as well which is really fun to record and write for. It’s got some of our heavier stuff and some of the most delicate stuff we’ve ever done, so it’s a nice mix.

The band also said they are shooting for an early 2015 release, specifically January. With playing the Reading and Leeds Festivals in the UK not too long ago, it seems the band is surely getting their gears ready for 2015 and to once again seek world dominance. Stay tuned to UTG as more updates will arise.

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Mark Garza <![CDATA[Haste The Day Post Teaser For New Song]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128876 2014-09-03T01:26:47Z 2014-09-03T01:26:47Z Remember that crowd-funding campaign the newly reunited Haste The Day launched to raise money for a new album? A little after their 10th anniversary show for their first record Burning Bridges and an appearance at Exodo Festival in Mexico, HTD announced their official reunion and launched the previously mentioned campaign.

Just yesterday, the band posted a video to their Facebook of them tracking guitars for a new song. You can see the video here. Did you donate to the fundraiser? Tell us what you think of the teaser in the comments!…

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Remember that crowd-funding campaign the newly reunited Haste The Day launched to raise money for a new album? A little after their 10th anniversary show for their first record Burning Bridges and an appearance at Exodo Festival in Mexico, HTD announced their official reunion and launched the previously mentioned campaign.

Just yesterday, the band posted a video to their Facebook of them tracking guitars for a new song. You can see the video here. Did you donate to the fundraiser? Tell us what you think of the teaser in the comments!

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Ryan Kappy <![CDATA[Chiodos Release Music Video for “3 AM”]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128881 2014-09-03T01:08:31Z 2014-09-03T01:08:31Z Chiodos has been busy since the release of their latest record Devil, which came out last March. This effort included the return of original vocalist Craig Owens and the inclusion of The Fall Of Troy guitar aficionado Thomas Erak. The band put a lot of time and creativity to provide a versatile number of songs that showed a different side of the band, mostly due to Owens’ tenure with Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (D.R.U.G.S.).

Today, the band has premiered the music video for the poppy but somewhat heavy-chorused ballad “3 AM.” The actual video shows Owens …

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Chiodos has been busy since the release of their latest record Devil, which came out last March. This effort included the return of original vocalist Craig Owens and the inclusion of The Fall Of Troy guitar aficionado Thomas Erak. The band put a lot of time and creativity to provide a versatile number of songs that showed a different side of the band, mostly due to Owens’ tenure with Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (D.R.U.G.S.).

Today, the band has premiered the music video for the poppy but somewhat heavy-chorused ballad “3 AM.” The actual video shows Owens in bed with a current lover only to turn on the television to see an ex-lover ingrained on different television stations. You can see that all band members play funny roles on the television stations and appear to have the absolute greatest time filming it.

Check out the music video over at PopCrush. Be sure to catch Chiodos opening the ‘Parks and Devastation’ tour with A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, and Motionless In White. Dates and locations can be found here.

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John Bazley <![CDATA[Knuckle Puck Release “Oak Street” Single On Bandcamp]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128879 2014-09-03T01:05:59Z 2014-09-03T01:00:14Z After streaming “Oak Street” last week, you can now purchase Knuckle Puck‘s newest release on Bandcamp.

The EP features the previously released title track, as well as an acoustic B-side called “Home Alone.” The single serves as a preview to the band’s upcoming EP, which will be released later this year on Bad Timing Records.

While the 7″ flexi version of the single has sold out online, you can pick it up from the band during their tour with Senses Fail, which starts tomorrow night. Make sure to check out our interview with Knuckle Puck from earlier …

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After streaming “Oak Street” last week, you can now purchase Knuckle Puck‘s newest release on Bandcamp.

The EP features the previously released title track, as well as an acoustic B-side called “Home Alone.” The single serves as a preview to the band’s upcoming EP, which will be released later this year on Bad Timing Records.

While the 7″ flexi version of the single has sold out online, you can pick it up from the band during their tour with Senses Fail, which starts tomorrow night. Make sure to check out our interview with Knuckle Puck from earlier this summer to get acquainted with pop-punk’s fastest rising act.

Tour dates with Senses Fail:

9/03 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA
9/04 – Troubadour – Hollywood, CA
9/05 – Slim’s – San Francisco, CA
9/06 – Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR
9/07 – El Corazon – Seattle, WA
9/08 – Spokane, WA – The Hop (w/Doyce of Misfits, No Bragging Rights, To The Wind)
9/09 – Club Sound – Salt Lake City, UT
9/10 – The Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO
9/11 – Bourbon Theatre – Lincoln, NE
9/13 – Skully’s Music Diner – Columbus, OH
9/14 – Mr Smalls Theatre – Milvale, PA
9/16 – Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA
9/17 – Marlin Room in Webster Hall – New York, NY
9/18 – Music Hall of Williamsburg – Brooklyn, NY
9/19 – The Trocadero – Philadelphia, PA
9/20 – Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ
9/21 – Ottobar – Baltimore, MD
9/23 – Cat’s Cradle – Carrboro, NC
9/24 – Underbelly – Jacksonville, FL
9/25 – The Social – Orlando, FL
9/27 – Walter’s – Houston, TX
9/28 – Index Fest – Dallas, TX
9/29 – Red 7 – Austin, TX
10/1 – Launchpad – Albuquerque, NM
10/2 – Club Red – Tempe, AZ
10/3 – The Glass House – Pomona, CA
10/5 – The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA
10/7 – Lawrence, KA – The Granada Theater***

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John Bazley <![CDATA[Two New Kanye West Songs Teased During ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128874 2014-09-03T00:45:50Z 2014-09-03T00:38:27Z Time seems to move slower when you know that a new Kanye West album will be hitting shelves soon. Yeezy is supposedly dropping a new record this Fall, and we’ve hit the point of Kanye pre-season where leaks are slowly starting to drip out. As discovered by posters on KanyeToThe, snippets of a brand new Kanye track called “Awesome” and a new remix of “Niggas In Paris” can be heard between scenes of the season finale of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

While there isn’t much to work with here, the small bit of “Awesome” sounds like standard-fare …

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Time seems to move slower when you know that a new Kanye West album will be hitting shelves soon. Yeezy is supposedly dropping a new record this Fall, and we’ve hit the point of Kanye pre-season where leaks are slowly starting to drip out. As discovered by posters on KanyeToThe, snippets of a brand new Kanye track called “Awesome” and a new remix of “Niggas In Paris” can be heard between scenes of the season finale of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

While there isn’t much to work with here, the small bit of “Awesome” sounds like standard-fare Kanye; lots of vocal modulation is present, and the hook sounds huge. The new “Niggas In Paris” remix is slowed down with a string section and choir, essentially reinventing the song.

If you can get past Kim talking over both songs, both previews can be heard after the jump. We’ll let you know as soon as we know more about the new record.

“Awesome”

“Niggas In Paris” Remix

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John Bazley <![CDATA[Hostage Calm Release New Track “Fallen Angel,” Prove That They’re The Coolest Band In Punk]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128868 2014-09-03T00:30:14Z 2014-09-03T00:21:53Z Usually when I introduce someone to Hostage Calm‘s music, I describe their British-invasion-meets-2000s-punk sound as the “punk Beach Boys.” The extensive use of vocal harmonization and 1960s-style songwriting on 2012′s Please Remain Calm showed that the band was truly something special amongst the hundreds of pop-punk bands that sparked up that year. With Die On Stage, Hostage Calm take those influences to a whole new level. The latest single, “Fallen Angel,” sheds much of the punk sound for an insanely catchy pop jam, featuring the band’s signature social commentary lyrical style.

While they’ve turned down the distortion and …

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Usually when I introduce someone to Hostage Calm‘s music, I describe their British-invasion-meets-2000s-punk sound as the “punk Beach Boys.” The extensive use of vocal harmonization and 1960s-style songwriting on 2012′s Please Remain Calm showed that the band was truly something special amongst the hundreds of pop-punk bands that sparked up that year. With Die On Stage, Hostage Calm take those influences to a whole new level. The latest single, “Fallen Angel,” sheds much of the punk sound for an insanely catchy pop jam, featuring the band’s signature social commentary lyrical style.

While they’ve turned down the distortion and created a bright, happy sounding record, Hostage Calm prove with “Fallen Angel” that they’re still the coolest band in punk rock. The sound is extremely divergent from Run For Cover Records’ usual, which is exactly what’s so great about it. The band has precisely tailored the message, sound, and ethics of their music, and it works wonders because they truly don’t give a damn if anyone takes an issue with it. That’s what makes Hostage Calm a punk band.

Check out “Fallen Angel” after the jump or over at Fuse where it’s been exclusively premiered, then head here to pre-order Die On Stage.

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John Bazley <![CDATA[The Madden Brothers Share Studio Version Of “Dear Jane”]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128866 2014-09-02T23:56:34Z 2014-09-02T23:45:35Z The Madden Brothers (featuring Benji and Joel Madden of Good Charlotte) have released yet another new track from their upcoming album, Greetings From California. The duo uploaded the finished studio version of “Dear Jane” to Vevo today, unveiling the final version of the track that was recorded early last year.

The song has a slightly vintage feel to it, although it’s got a great chorus that will be sure to fit perfectly in today’s pop radio climate. I vastly prefer this sound to Good Charlotte’s output over the years; it’s much more mature, and feels more genuine than most …

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The Madden Brothers (featuring Benji and Joel Madden of Good Charlotte) have released yet another new track from their upcoming album, Greetings From California. The duo uploaded the finished studio version of “Dear Jane” to Vevo today, unveiling the final version of the track that was recorded early last year.

The song has a slightly vintage feel to it, although it’s got a great chorus that will be sure to fit perfectly in today’s pop radio climate. I vastly prefer this sound to Good Charlotte’s output over the years; it’s much more mature, and feels more genuine than most of Good Charlotte’s later career records.

I highly recommend checking this song out if you’ve been on the fence. Click “Read More” for a full stream.

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John Bazley <![CDATA[STRFKR Remix Portugal. The Man’s “Creep In A T-Shirt,” Offer Free Download]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128860 2014-09-02T23:55:47Z 2014-09-02T23:33:37Z If you’re looking for some good vibes on this fine, post-Labor Day Tuesday night, look no further. STRFKR‘s new remix of Portugal. The Man‘s “Creep In A T-Shirt” brings the good vibes, hard.

STRFKR’s added house elements compliment the track very well, and mesh organically with Portugal’s original track. While it wouldn’t have made sense in the context of the band’s most recent record, Evil Friends, this remix is a welcome addition to their discography.

Head past the jump to check out the remix courtesy of ThisSongIsSick, and if you really like it, head here to download …

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If you’re looking for some good vibes on this fine, post-Labor Day Tuesday night, look no further. STRFKR‘s new remix of Portugal. The Man‘s “Creep In A T-Shirt” brings the good vibes, hard.

STRFKR’s added house elements compliment the track very well, and mesh organically with Portugal’s original track. While it wouldn’t have made sense in the context of the band’s most recent record, Evil Friends, this remix is a welcome addition to their discography.

Head past the jump to check out the remix courtesy of ThisSongIsSick, and if you really like it, head here to download it for free.

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Dana Reandelar http://twitter.com/danarndlr <![CDATA[My American Heart And John Nolan To Support The Maine’s Pomona Date]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128839 2014-09-02T23:15:59Z 2014-09-02T23:15:59Z In a recent Instagram post from Pheonix alt-rock quintet, The Maine, they have announced the supporting acts for the first date of their ‘Farewell, Farewell, Forever Halloween’ tour to take place in Pomona, CA this fall. This will be their last North American tour until they release the new full-length record they have been working on.

The support announcement included My American Heart, who have recently announced an acoustic reunion show set for September 13. The Maine’s supporting acts also include John Nolan of Taking Back Sunday, and a new 81twentythree artist set to debut then.

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In a recent Instagram post from Pheonix alt-rock quintet, The Maine, they have announced the supporting acts for the first date of their ‘Farewell, Farewell, Forever Halloween’ tour to take place in Pomona, CA this fall. This will be their last North American tour until they release the new full-length record they have been working on.

The support announcement included My American Heart, who have recently announced an acoustic reunion show set for September 13. The Maine’s supporting acts also include John Nolan of Taking Back Sunday, and a new 81twentythree artist set to debut then.

This four-date tour is scheduled to start on October 16 in Pomona, followed by October 22 in Boston (supported by William Beckett), October 23 in New York City (supported by U.S. Royalty), and to end on October 31 in Chicago.

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Angie Frissore http://underthegunreview.net <![CDATA[STAND-UP TUESDAYS: Mike Baldwin]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128849 2014-09-02T23:23:30Z 2014-09-02T23:11:03Z Stand-Up Tuesdays is a weekly comedy spotlight written by the wonderfully talented Angie Frissore. Covering both known and unknown comics, Stand-up Tuesdays is your new source for all things funny.

This week, Angie puts a spotlight on Mike Baldwin’s comedy career. If you or your comedy troupe would like to be featured on Stand-Up Tuesdays, please email utgjames@gmail.com.

This week in Stand-Up Tuesdays, we take a look at the recently-released album Front 2 Back from comedian Mike Baldwin. Recorded at the Des Moines, Iowa Funny Bone earlier this year, Front 2 Back is the comedian’s second release and …

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Stand-Up Tuesdays is a weekly comedy spotlight written by the wonderfully talented Angie Frissore. Covering both known and unknown comics, Stand-up Tuesdays is your new source for all things funny.

This week, Angie puts a spotlight on Mike Baldwin’s comedy career. If you or your comedy troupe would like to be featured on Stand-Up Tuesdays, please email utgjames@gmail.com.

This week in Stand-Up Tuesdays, we take a look at the recently-released album Front 2 Back from comedian Mike Baldwin. Recorded at the Des Moines, Iowa Funny Bone earlier this year, Front 2 Back is the comedian’s second release and offers fans the laid-back stoner-style comedy they’ve come to expect from Baldwin – although even a stoner might have some trouble keeping focused at the start.

For the first few jokes, Baldwin seems almost unprepared as he awkwardly transitions from one subject to another so quickly that it comes across as a random, unplanned set, rather than a CD recording. His material is funny, but perhaps could benefit from some revision as he tends to over-explain some of his jokes rather than allowing his audience to make the connection themselves.

Within the very first track, Baldwin breaks out an old joke theme – not just any old joke theme, but the theme that gave his debut album its name – which was a bit surprising. While it can certainly be said that if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it, comedy (especially recorded) is like a band’s studio albums: an artist isn’t going to keep including the same song on every recording they put out (that’s what greatest hits albums are for). To use such a familiar joke so early on in his set adds to the false impression that Baldwin might be struggling on stage – which is only compounded when Baldwin whips out a second joke he’s previously recorded.

You see, every week, I review another comedy album, special, or documentary, leaving me far more deeply mired in the comedy trenches than your average consumer. Naturally, this has its advantages, but there’s also somewhat of a deeper problem for me in that I’m very familiar with the works of many comedians – and I can easily spot when one is not performing to his or her potential on stage. The first half of Front 2 Back indicated to me that something wasn’t right that night, but suddenly I crossed the threshold into an instantly better experience, which Baldwin explains is due to editing four nights of performances into a final product.

One can’t help but wonder how the first half of the significantly better performance went down to not be used in the final cut.

So it’s not all bad news; you can, quite literally, hear the difference in Baldwin’s stage presence and energy as track five kicks in, where he’s a lively, well-planned comedy machine. He riffs through memories of fast-food employer hazing and drunk driving stories rather endearingly, and maintains a much more consistent comedy style than earlier in the CD, which had him offering up a random and weak one-liner here and there amidst a discombobulated series of half-jokes. He’s found his footing and remains securely on-target for the remainder of the album.

“Worst name for a band?” Baldwin offers. “’Little Boys’ Penises’. No one wants to go see them.”

Mike Baldwin‘s Front 2 Back is a strange comedic experience, in that the comedian is unwittingly offering up two vastly difference experiences within one performance. The editing process is so important, especially when an act uses material from multiple nights – and it’s important to maintain a consistency so that the final product doesn’t come across as being made up of several different pieces. The editing process, for Baldwin, has created a very real possibility that a listener won’t have the mental fortitude to continue listening, ultimately never getting to that more polished and attractive piece – which would be a shame, as that half of Front 2 Back is extremely fun to listen to.

But, again, don’t take my word for it – you’re big boys and girls now, so check it out for yourself today. I think in Mike Baldwin’s case, your best bet is to check him out live when he comes to your town.

GRADE: C+

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Kriston McConnell http://underthegunreview.net <![CDATA[MUSIC VIDEO: The Color Morale – “Prey For Me”]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128848 2014-09-02T23:10:13Z 2014-09-02T23:01:03Z 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 …

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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 can do so through iTunes or MerchNow. There are plenty of merch bundles left to grab, so be sure to while you can!

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Kriston McConnell http://underthegunreview.net <![CDATA[Matty Mullins Shares “99% Soul”]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128841 2014-09-02T22:22:05Z 2014-09-02T22:21:49Z 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 …

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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 far the album can be pre-ordered through MerchNow or iTunes.

http://youtu.be/E7vH55OBgMk

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Kriston McConnell http://underthegunreview.net <![CDATA[STREAM: Jon Bellion – “Luxury” Feat. Audra Mae]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128837 2014-09-02T21:19:01Z 2014-09-02T21:19:01Z 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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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 himself.

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Brian Lion http://underthegunreview.net <![CDATA[Bones Drops ‘Skinny’ Mixtape]]> http://www.underthegunreview.net/?p=1128825 2014-09-02T19:48:52Z 2014-09-02T19:48:52Z “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 …

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“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 mixtape still manages to feel full.

Stream the 17-track effort below and download it for free here. Sesh.

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