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WATCH: Senses Fail Retire “187″ In New Jersey

After announcing its end on Friday, Senses Fail kept their promise and officially retired their longtime fan favorite “187″ at the Stone Pony in New Jersey last night. We weren’t there, but several diligent SF fans were, and they were kind enough to capture the song’s final bow for the rest of us to enjoy.

I don’t know where I was the first time I heard “187,” but I do remember feeling like vocalist Buddy Nielsen completely understood my broken fifteen-year-old heart. Since that time, “187″ has become one of the quintessential tracks from the “early days of the …

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15 Years Later: UTG Reflects On *NSYNC

We’ve said it before and we’ll probably say it again before the month is out, but nostalgia is the trend to beat in 2013. From albums, to books, movies, and television, people are in love all over again with the things they used to love. This weekend, one of the biggest pop music releases of all time turns fifteen, and try as we might we just could just not bring ourselves to let the occasion pass without a mention.

If you recall, earlier this month we informed you that UTG would only be covering a select number of nostalgic moments …

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REVIEW: Late Night Habit – Nostalgia

Artist: Late Night Habit
Album: Nostalgia
Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Unsigned

It’s not hard to dig a summertime pop rock release. After all, it’s the perfect time to dive into those feelings of fun, love, relaxation, and happiness. The typical layout of these sorts of songs comes from acoustic guitar-laden melodies coupled with soaring vocals that are occasionally met with some soothing harmonization. This is the blueprint that Late Night Habit follows with their latest ep, Nostalgia.

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THE DROP: Unique Tracks, Plus Free Stuff from Stizreth, Torqux, Figure and More

The evolution of Under The Gun Review continues this week with the latest installment of our electronica feature, The Drop. Written weekly by resident basshead Jake White, The Drop is your go-to source for weekly electronic/dubstep/techno news!

If you’re an emerging talent in this area or have a news tip you’d like to see featured, contact us! Write utgjames@gmail.com with the subject “Drop” and we’ll get you or your news featured as soon as possible!

Welcome back once again, bassheads! Today is a special edition of THE DROP. Today we aren’t only going to dish out yet another world-class serving …

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Corelia Stream New EP

Progressive metal band Corelia are currently streaming their first official release Nostalgia on their Facebook page. The EP features Periphery’s vocalist Spencer Sotelo on the track “Treetops”. Corelia’s vocalist Ryan Devlin is currently filling the recently vacated vocalist position for The Human Abstract in support of Periphery on the “Frak the Gods” tour. If you like any of the aforementioned bands, you’ll likely enjoy this release. It was well worth the wait.…

MUSIC VIDEO: Frank Ocean – Novacane

Check out Odd Future member Frank Ocean tackle his latest music video for “Novacane” right here on UTG. This song comes from Ocean’s mixtape, Nostalgia, Ultra, that will have a release later this summer via Def Jam.