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Jun 14, 2019

Murray A. Lightburn, frontman of Montréal's The Dears, released a new solo album, Hear Me Out, back in February via Dangerbird. Now he has shared a video for the album's "Changed My Ways." Kevin Drew of fellow countrymen Broken Social Scene directed the video, which features Lightburn in different professional costumes. More

Nov 01, 2018

Montreal indie-pop heroes Stars released a new album, There Is No Love In Fluorescent Light, in October 2017 via Last Gang. Back in March they shared brand new single, "Ship to Shore" (which was one of our Songs of the Week) and in June they shared a lyric video for another new song, "One Day Left."  More

Listen: Broken Social Scene – “Skyline”

Hug of Thunder Due Out July 7 via Arts & Crafts

May 31, 2017

Broken Social Scene are releasing a new album, Hug of Thunder, on July 7 via Arts & Crafts. Now they have shared another song from it, "Skyline," which is lush vintage Broken Social Scene in all the best ways possible. More

Mar 31, 2017

Broken Social Scene premiered a new song, "Halfway Home," yesterday and last night the band stopping by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform the new single.  More

May 27, 2016

It was recently announced that Gord Downie, the frontman of Canadian rock mainstays The Tragically Hip, has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. The 52-year-old has still vowed to go on one last tour, in support of the band's newest album, Man Machine Poem, which is due out on June 17.  More

The National to Headline Benefit Concert Welcoming Syrian Refugees to Canada

"Welcome to Hamilton" Also Features Kevin Drew and Others on June 3

May 11, 2016

The National are headlining a benefit concert called "Welcome to Hamilton" which aims to welcome Syrian refugees coming to Canada. It's happening June 3 at 6 PM at New Vision United Church at 24 Main St. W in Hamilton, Canada. Kevin Drew from Broken Social Scene is also performing, as is Hayden, Max Kerman of Arkells, Terra Lightfoot, Mother Tareka, and Crystal Journey.  More

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Jul 15, 2014

Take out a two-year print subscription to Under the Radar and receive a free CD in the mail. Current choices include recent albums by The War on Drugs, Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, Temples, Liars, Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings, Charli XCX, Mac DeMarco, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Kevin Drew (of Broken Social Scene), Connan Mockasin, and more. More

Jun 05, 2014

Kevin Drew gathered a few friends together to make a video for “You in Your Were.”  More

Watch: Kevin Drew Cover Lou Reed’s “What’s Good”

Darlings Is Out Now On Arts & Crafts

May 14, 2014

Broken Social Scene frontman Kevin Drew recently stopped by CBC Music. More


Interviews

Winning to Lose: The Indie Rock Revolution a Decade and a Half Later

Paul Banks, Wayne Coyne, Kevin Drew, Black Francis, Ben Gibbard, Jens Lekman, Murray Lightburn, Colin Meloy, Nina Persson, Laetitia Sadier, and More on Indie Rock's Identity Crisis

Mar 20, 2017

In 2001, when Under the Radar's first issue was released, the music industry had reached a transitional moment. In January, Apple introduced its iTunes program to the world, laying the groundwork to forever change how listeners interfaced with their music. More


Reviews

Darlings

Darlings

Arts & Crafts

May 14, 2014

Kevin Drew has always operated as the leader of the pack, governing a large group of friends he also called bandmates for the past decade. His band, Broken Social Scene, cultivated a following that developed beyond rabid fandom into something more like a relationship with the Toronto collective. More