Diamond Youth Stream Debut LP, ‘Nothing Matters’

Baltimore’s Diamond Youth have joined forces with Spin Magazine to begin streaming their debut album, Nothing Matters, a full week ahead of its official release. Give it a listen after the jump.

“I think the full-length is a nice showcase of the different styles we like to write in the rock genre,” vocalist Justin Gilman recently told Inyourspeakers Media. “Some are more mellow and nostalgic, other songs are bangers, fast paced and grungier. We just like writing good, simple songs. That’s always what we have in mind when writing.”

Gilman isn’t kidding; the group’s newest offering is varied …


Ikey Reigns Supreme; All Hail King Jaffe, Hip-Hop’s New Highness

Apart from maybe Run The Jewels, the most exciting thing about hip-hop for me last year was Ikey. He only released a single track–a debut of sorts–but it was a perfectly chosen debut to serve as the gloves he came out swinging with. Initially elusive as all get out, the now-DC-based, mostly Nigerian-raised emcee seemingly had next to no online presence. As far as I can tell, he still doesn’t have a Facebook page, but that undoubtedly contributed to what made he and the ferociously calculated “Timbuktu” so damn enthralling. I listened to that track over …


New Anthem: Sudden Suspension Stream “As Good As It Gets”

Indiana pop punk heroes Sudden Suspension have released the first song off their forthcoming Bad Timings Records‘ debut. Spoiler alert: It kicks a lot of ass.

Kicking off with a blast of vocals sure to hook any fan of The Wonder Years or The Story So Far, “As Good As It Gets” succeeds at reintroducing the world to Sudden Suspension with style and flair. It’s the kind of song that plays like a punch to the chest, with talk of heartache and miles traveled, all told from the perspective of someone who is not yet twenty years old. I …


Sia’s “California Dreaming” Cover May Change Your Life

The song that has made every trailer for San Andreas 50% more enjoyable has now found its way online in full.

Sia is pretty much everywhere these days, and she will soon further permeate pop culture as her cover of The Mamas & The Papas’ “California Dreaming” is about to become the best damn thing you hear all week. The song is currently being used to promote a movie in which The Rock flies a helicopter and saves his family from an earthquake that takes place in — you guessed it — California. The song is probably better. You can …

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Good Old War Stream “Broken Record” From Upcoming Album

For our second full-single taste of their forthcoming album, Philadelphia’s Good Old War are streaming “Broken Record” over at EW today. Following the brimming and catchy “Tell Me What You Want From Me,” the now-duo that make up GOW have another surefire love for fans of the band.

PledgeMusic backers for the album’s campaign were treated to a full stream of the new song yesterday, where we listened to it several times throughout the day. With the stream, the band shared, “We took a serious subject matter and set it to a really upbeat musical backdrop so it …

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The Story So Far Stream New Self-Titled Album

Following a hearty promotional push, The Story So Far have begun streaming their highly anticipated self-titled album more than a week ahead of its official release. Get in on the action after the jump, and let us know what you think in the replies.

Tomorrow evening, TSSF will kick off a month-long headlining run alongside Four Year Strong, Terror, and Souvenirs. A full list of dates can additionally be found below.

If you haven’t done so already, there’s still time to pre-order the outfit’s third full-length effort before it drops next Tuesday, May 19, through Pure …


Jamie XX & Young Thug Drop “I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)”

On the long list of potential Young Thug collaborators maintained by music bloggers around the globe, I would wager less than 5% ever thought to include producer/DJ Jamie XX. The two artists are amongst the most talked about creative minds today, but given the undeniable differences in their signature sounds it is easy to understand why no one ever thought to put them together.

No one, that is, except for each other.

Today, Jamie XX shared a new song with the world titled “I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)” that it’s more or less led by Atlanta native …


Meek Mill & Migos Don’t Want No “Basic Bitch” On New Track

Fans are still waiting for updates on when Meek Mill will release Dreams Worth More Than Money, but thanks to DJ Clue there is a new track from the MMG superstar for the world to enjoy.

We first told you about DJ Clue’s Banned From 2015 mixtape over the weekend when the Migos track “Scooby and Shaggy” found its way online. Since then, a number of additional tracks featuring notable talent have started making their way across the blogosphere, and the one we keep coming back to is titled “Basic Bitch.” Meek Mill and Migos both appear …


OG Maco Releases ‘Tax Free’ Mixtape

OG Maco is unstoppable.

Following a high-profile appearance as one of XXL’s Freshman Class at the beginning of the year, Atlanta native OG Maco has done everything in his power to remain in the public eye. He’s already shared two free releases (Breathe and 15), as well as securing a direct support slot on Migos’ recently delayed, but still upcoming tour. This weekend he took things one step further by sharing Tax Free, a mixtape featuring four previously unreleased songs. You can stream and download the EP below.

If Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug were the …


New Migos Track “Scooby & Shaggy” Appears Online


Migos‘ member Offset may still be having trouble getting out of jail, but thanks to DJ Clue there is still new material from the wildest crew in hip-hop for the world to enjoy.

Recently, DJ Clue announced plans to release a new mixtape titled Banned From CD 2015. The release will feature more than a dozen previously unheard tracks from some of the biggest players in rap today, including Meek Mill, and over the last forty-eight hours a number of those songs began finding their way online. The best of the bunch is “Scooby & Shaggy,” which …


ALBUM STREAM: The Early November – ‘Imbue’

After months of anticipation, The Early November have begun streaming their fourth full-length record, Imbue. Give it a listen after the break, and share your thoughts with us in the comments section.

“This is my favorite album I’ve ever been a part of,” said frontman Ace Enders. “I think one of the reasons is that we did it at two separate times. So there is a definite difference in the personality of the songs. I love when an album doesn’t sound uniform and I think that’s what makes this one sound and feel so special to me.”

Imbue hits …

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Oh Wonder Stream Breathtaking New Single, “Livewire”

Oh Wonder have returned with another new single off their forthcoming full-length debut.

Titled “Livewire,” the London outfit’s latest is a synth-heavy slow-burner with some serious mainstream potential. While the duo’s past offerings have all been warm and inviting, “Livewire” is downright undeniable, and will almost certainly become a fast favorite amongst new and old fans alike. Check it out below, and let us know what you think in the replies.

Oh Wonder will share three more tracks over the next few months before releasing their self-titled debut in September. Follow UTG on Twitter for updates.…