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May 03, 2022

DC Gore of British trio Little Cub has announced the release of his debut solo album, All These Things, which will be out on July 29 via Domino. He has also shared a video for a new single from the album, “I Like You.” More

Feb 15, 2022

DC Gore of British trio Little Cub has shared a video for his latest solo single, “Nietzsche on the Beach.” It is his follow up single to last year’s “California,” and it is out now via Domino. More

Nov 15, 2021

DC Gore of British trio Little Cub has shared a video for his debut solo single, “California.” It is out now via Domino. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Rose Elinor Dougall, Hatchie, Weyes Blood, Loma, and More

Plus The National, Alex Lahey, Hot Chip, Vampire Weekend and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Apr 05, 2019

Welcome to another Songs of the Week. There were a slew of notable new tracks to choose from this week, but our #1 is a song we’ve been planning to add to the Songs of the Week list for a while now and finally could now that the album has been released today. More

Jan 05, 2018

It would be inaccurate to say a lot of us started 2017 with optimism overflowing, but there was a certain relief at having put 2016 to bed. While the misery of a Trump White House still lay ahead, some comfort came from sweeping away the detritus of that car crash of an election. More

Under the Radar’s Top 15 Debut Albums of 2017

Our Favorite First Full-Lengths From the Last Year

Dec 31, 2017

The majority of 2017’s best debut albums came from female artists or bands fronted by women, from London-based all-female indie-pop teenaged trio Girl Ray and Syria-born singer/songwriter Bedouine (aka Azniv Korkejian) to Australian indie rocker Alex Lahey and New Zealand bedroom pop artist Fazerdaze (aka Amelia Murray). Midnight Sister, Priests, and Charly Bliss are all female-fronted bands as well, on top of other women solo artists on our Top 15 Debut Albums of 2017 list. More

Watch: Little Cub - “Breathing Space” Video

Still Life Out Now via Domino

Jul 10, 2017

Little Cub are a new trio from South London who sport a sound that would appeal to fans of Boxed In, New Order, and LCD Soundsystem. The band released their debut album, Still Life, back in April via Domino. Now they have shared a video for “Breathing Space.” More

Nine Albums Out Today Worth Hearing: Gorillaz, Feist, Mew, Sufjan Stevens, and More

Plus Thurston Moore, BNQT, Sylvan Esso, Little Cub, and Juliana Hatfield

Apr 28, 2017

Here we highlight nine albums due out today that we feel are most worth hearing. We have also included Amazon links for each album. If you click through those links and buy the album (or anything else on Amazon once you’ve clicked through) then Amazon rewards us with a sales percentage. More

Under the Radar Announces Spring 2017 Issue with Father John Misty on the Cover

Issue 60 Also Includes Interviews with alt-J, Grandaddy, Jarvis Cocker, Mount Eerie, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Perfume Genius, Slowdive, Little Dragon, London Grammar, Mew, Real Estate, Goldfrapp, The New Pornographers and Much More

Apr 07, 2017

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of our Spring 2017 Issue, which is out now digitally via Under the Radar’s app and the magazine app Readly. The print version is about to ship out to subscribers and stores and will be on all newsstands soon (as well as available soon digitally via the magazine apps Zinio and Readly). More

Mar 30, 2017

Little Cub are a new trio from South London who have already released some promising singles (“Loveless” and “My Nature”) and sport a sound that would appeal to fans of Boxed In, New Order, and LCD Soundsystem. More

Feb 14, 2017

Little Cub is a new trio from South London who have already released some promising singles (“Loveless” and “My Nature”) and sport a sound that would appeal to fans of fellow Brits Boxed In and New Order, as well as Yanks LCD Soundsystem. More



Interviews

Little Cub

Dancing the Pain Away

Jul 13, 2017

While Little Cub‘s moniker might seem like an odd fit for a project focused on dancefloor-ready club singles, there’s a bit of an intention behind it. “When we started the project, we were talking about what kind of statement we wanted to make and we realized how asinine and meaningless a band name is-I noticed how many band names are an adjective and a noun,” explains the band’s Duncan Tootill. More