Foxing “Weave” Textures And Layers With New Track

Foxing have released the opener to their upcoming sophomore LP, Dealer, due out Oct. 30 via Triple Crown Records.

Premiering over at Wall Street Journal, “Weave” puts “The Albatross to bed, in a way,” says Bassist Josh Coll.

Featuring a soft and beautiful build, “Weave” layers instruments and sounds on top of each other into wondrous textures, that all lay the foundation underneath the calm vocals. The record is available for pre-order, and can be found here.

Get lost in “Weave” below, and let us know what you think.

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Coheed And Cambria Try To Turn The Clocks Back With “Eraser”

Coheed and Cambria are streaming a new track (via Noisey) from their upcoming LP, The Color Before The Sun.

“Eraser” is classic Coheed mixed with new pop rejuvenation. Featuring a frantic pre-chorus, “Eraser” explodes with its infectious chorus, getting the lines “Erase, eraser” stuck in the head of whoever hears it.

The Color Before The Sun will act as the band’s first non-canonical release in the ever growing Amory Wars, though this scaling back in narrative has only revitalized Coheed with a sense of poppier, brighter songwriting.

Due out Oct. 16, The Color Before The Sun is …


UTG Premiere: Father Mountain – ‘On Leaving & Being Left Behind’

Today is the day recent Antique Records signees Father Mountain have been looking forward to for the better part of 2015. After months of planning and preparation the Kentucky based indie rock band is finally sharing the deluxe version of their debut EP, On Leaving & Being Left Behind, with the world, and UTG has the official stream.

In a moment of full disclosure, I (UTG Founder James Shotwell) am part of Antique Records. I am the team member who initially discovered Father Mountain, and I have been deeply involved in the label’s promotion of the group up to …


Beach Slang Release “Young & Alive” From Upcoming LP

Beach Slang are set to release their highly anticipated debut LP, The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us, on Oct. 30 via Polyvinyl Records. Already having released “Bad Art & Weirdo Ideas,” the band has gifted fans with a fantastic new track, “Young & Alive.”

Featuring the band’s motifs and imagery of youth, exploration, and invigoration, “Young & Alive” is a brooding track that fits well paired with “Bad Art & Weirdo Ideas,” creating an exciting versatility for the album to come.

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Coheed And Cambria Take You To Mars In New Track

Coheed and Cambria are gearing up to release their eighth LP, and first to break from the concept of singer/guitarist Claudio Sanchez’ The Amory Wars. The Color Before The Sun will release on October 16 through 300 Entertainment.

The album’s lead single, “You’ve Got Spirit, Kid” has already been released, and now the band unveil new hit, “Here To Mars.” A song about Sanchez’s expanding love for his wife, you can read a lengthy interview with him about the track and album through Rolling Stone.

“Here To Mars” packs a huge punch in the form of …


Puppy Bang Heads With “Do It Again”

Puppy have done it again with their newest track, “Do It Again.” Prepare for huge riffs, poppy melodies, and just simple, fun, rock.

With little of the band’s information making the light of day, it seems we will finally get a tangible form of the band’s sound with a September 25 EP release. Featuring four tracks of what is sure to be awesome rock, hopefully the band’s sound can make it to new ears.

Puppy will be headlining a London show; if you are in the area you can get tickets here.

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Chris Cartier’s “Minimum Wage” Is The Best Song Of The Week

If you were to try and understand the state of American economics by listening to Top 40 radio you may walk away feeling like everything is fine for the majority of US citizens. You would be incredibly wrong, but given the constant celebration of excess and lavish lifestyles heard in the music created by the biggest names in entertainment it’s a mistake that is easy to understand.

The truth about life in America today is ugly. Racial tension feels as if it is at an all-time high, as is unemployment, and the quality of our education system has been on …

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REVIEW: Foreign Tongues – ‘Fragile, As Said Before’

Artist: Foreign Tongues
Album: Fragile, As Said Before
Label: No Sleep
Genre: Indie, Sadness

A catalyst for somber emotive imagery and tenderness felt, the best way to experience Foreign Tongues‘ debut record is by imagining a simple, empty white room, being sure to give this space enough room to bloom. A room to be filled with vast amounts of sound, pain, beauty, demure and efflorescence, as the band masterfully performs to you an album of heartfelt honesty, pain and sensation. “Fill me up, oh you fill me up.”

Fragile, As Said Before may be one of the strongest debuts …


As Cities Burn Surprise With New Track “Goldmine”

As Cities Burn have released another new track, surprising fans with the band’s return to new tunes.

“Goldmine” is a blistering track, featuring thundering drums, screams, brooding atmospheres, and more. Still keeping with the band’s keen sense for melody, guitars thrash back and forth as the two vocals intertwine with one another.

The band will be embarking on a ten year anniversary tour for their hit album, Son, I Loved You At Your Darkest – you can find tickets to those shows here.

Follow us after the jump to listen to “Goldmine.” What do you think?


Game & Drake Swap Bars About The Realities Of Fame On “100”

The Game and Drake just delivered a new single that is destined to take hip-hop by storm in no time at all.

Remember when Drake was spotted dropping a few unreleased bars to a sold out Detroit crowd late last month? That so-called freestyle was actually an unannounced preview for the Toronto native’s latest collaboration with California heavyweight The Game. “100” finds the two top shelf emcees swapping bars that address the snakes in the grass who think they slink by unseen, as well as the reality of pursuing your dreams in a time where most feel unable to even …

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Self Defense Family Stream New Album, ‘Heaven Is Earth’

Self Defense Family are streaming their new LP, Heaven Is Earth, via Stereogum. The album is set to release June 30 via Deathwish, and you can pre-order the album here.

The recording process for Heaven Is Earth is as eclectic as the album sounds. Recorded in four different studios filled with nostalgic fame, Self Defense Family looked to Will Killingsworth at Dead Air Studios (Mind Eraser), Kurt Ballou at God City Studios (Converge), Mark Millar at Sone Lab (Dinosaur Jr), and Jon Low at Miner Street Recordings (Kurt Vile) to help in the production of the release. …


REVIEW: mewithoutYou – ‘Pale Horses’

Artist: mewithoutYou
Album: Pale Horses
Label: Run For Cover Records
Genre: Life, or Indie Rock

It is ironic that I found this review incredibly difficult to write when I am writing about mewithoutYou, and their famed lyricism created by Aaron Weiss, a vocalist who flows through words as easily as a breeze through trees, or a car speeding down an empty road. But what am I to write? “A few more lines..I thought I left that all behind” rings Weiss on the first track of Pale Horses, appropriately named “Pale Horse.” mewithoutYou has always been a band that …