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Listen: Under the Radar’s Weekly Playlist Featuring Tweedy, A Sunny Day in Glasgow, and More

Plus New Tracks from Ryn Weaver, Happyness, Lemonade, Medicine, Gold Panda, Little Dragon, Mr. Twin Sister, Bass Drum of Death, Celebration, Lily & Madeleine, Yumi Zouma, and Others

Aug 08, 2014

Welcome to Under the Radar's weekly playlist, where we compile the best and most exciting tracks to debut online in the last week (give or take). In this mix we've got new songs by Tweedy, A Sunny Day in Glasgow, Ryn Weaver, Happyness, Lemonade, Medicine, Gold Panda, Little Dragon, Mr. Twin Sister, Bass Drum of Death, Celebration, Lily & Madeleine, Glass Ghost, Zammuto, Yumi Zouma, Wyldest, Swim Mountain, and more. Look no further, your Friday and weekend playlist is here.  More

Stream Medicine’s New Album

To The Happy Few Available August 6

Jul 29, 2013

L.A.-based shoegaze outfit Medicine's original lineup returns after an 18 year absence with To The Happy Few, and right now you can stream the entire album on SoundCloud before its August 6 release. The album returns to form by revisiting the classic 90s sound of drenched guitars, mixed with hints of psychedelia.  More

Listen: Medicine – “It’s Not Enough” MP3 Stream

To The Happy Few Out August 6 Via Captured Tracks

Jun 27, 2013

Classic shoegaze outfit Medicine are back for another round with To the Happy Few, their first album in 18 years.  More


Interviews

Medicine

Second Dose

Nov 06, 2013

As recently as 2011, Brad Laner, guitarist and leader of the seminal Los Angeles shoegaze act Medicine, was saying that he would rather have a root canal than reform the band that split up acrimoniously in 1995. More


Reviews

Home Everywhere

Home Everywhere

Captured Tracks

Feb 12, 2015

Man, just think of the playground you're granted if you dismantle a shoegaze band in the mid-'90s and bring it back to life in the '10s. More

To the Happy Few

To the Happy Few

Captured Tracks

Aug 05, 2013

Everything that made admirers fall in love with the shoegaze genre the first time around (and has made them giddy with its recent revival) is exploited on Medicine's latest outing. More