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Under the Radar Announces My Favorite Album Issue with Angel Olsen and Sleater-Kinney Covers

Issue 66 Features Musicians and Actors on Their All-Time Favorite Albums, including Tegan and Sara, Wilco, Weyes Blood, Sigur Rós, Fred Armisen, Topher Grace, Jay Baruchel, Low, and more

Sep 27, 2019

Under the Radar is excited to announce the My Favorite Album Issue, our new print issue in which we speak to musicians and actors about their all-time favorite album. The issue features Angel Olsen and Sleater-Kinney on the two covers and is available to buy directly from us here, as well as being distributed in stores nationwide (on newsstands, in such stores as Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million, and elsewhere). More

Foals Share New Song “Into the Surf” and Release Remix Album Feat. Metronomy

Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2 Due Out October 18 via Warner Records

Sep 25, 2019

Foals are releasing two albums this year: Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost - Part 1 came out in March and Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost - Part 2 is due out October 18, both via Warner Records. Now they have shared another song from Part 2, "Into the Surf," and have also released a remix album Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost - Part 1: Remixes featuring Metronomy and others. More

Metronomy Announce New North American Tour Dates

Metronomy Forever Out Now via Because Music

Sep 23, 2019

Metronomy released a new album, Metronomy Forever, a couple of weeks back via Because Music. Now the British band has announced some new North American tour dates. They mainly go down next February. More

Metronomy Share “Wedding Bells” Video (Plus Stream the New Album)

Metronomy Forever Out Now via Because Music

Sep 13, 2019

Metronomy have released a new album, Metronomy Forever, today via Because Music. Today they have also shared a full-on video for "Wedding Bells," which they previously shared a lyric video for. Now that the album is out, you can also stream the whole thing here. More

11 Best Songs of the Week: Swans, Grimes, Death Cab for Cutie, Chelsea Wolfe, and More

Plus Bat For Lashes, Belle and Sebastian, Metronomy, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Sep 06, 2019

Welcome to another Songs of the Week. It should've been a quiet week due to Monday's Labor Day holiday here in America. And it was quiet at first, but then in the latter half of the week there was a rally of worthy new tracks. We settled on 11 tracks this week (we did only nine last week). More

Metronomy Share Lyric Video for New Song “Wedding Bells”

Metronomy Forever Due Out September 13 via Because Music

Sep 03, 2019

Metronomy are releasing a new album, Metronomy Forever, on September 13 via Because Music. Now they have shared another song from the album, "Wedding Bells," via a lyric video for the track that features the lyrics written on a wedding program. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Bat For Lashes, Marika Hackman, Caroline Polakchek, and More

Plus Metronomy, DIIV, Chance The Rapper + Ben Gibbard, Tegan and Sara, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Jul 26, 2019

Welcome to another Songs of the Week. It was another strong week for new tracks. There are some repeat offenders (artists who have had previous Songs of the Week in recent months), some newbies, and a surprising collaboration. More

Metronomy Share Colorful Video for New Song “Walking in the Dark”

Metronomy Forever Due Out September 13 via Because Music

Jul 24, 2019

Metronomy are releasing a new album, Metronomy Forever, on September 13 via Because Music. Now they have shared another song from the album, "Walking in the Dark," via a video for the track. More

12 Best Songs of the Week: Hatchie, Mark Ronson and Angel Olsen, Absolutely Free, and More

Plus Devendra Banhart, Metronomy, Luke Temple, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Jun 21, 2019

Welcome to another Songs of the Week. It's a supersized edition, with a Top 12 instead of a Top 10. A ton of new albums were announced in the last week and then there were some albums and EPs released today featuring non-single tracks we've been dying to share in Songs of the Week. More

Metronomy Announce New Album, Share Video for New Song “Salted Caramel Ice Cream”

Metronomy Forever Due Out September 13 via Because Music

Jun 19, 2019

Metronomy have announced a new album, Metronomy Forever, and shared a video for a new song from it, "Salted Caramel Ice Cream." More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Metronomy, Sleater-Kinney, Sufjan Stevens, Lower Dens, and More

Plus Electric Youth, Hot Chip, Penelope Isles, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

May 31, 2019

Welcome to another Songs of the Week. After two weeks where we couldn't even muster a Top 10, this week was an embarrassment of aural riches. We almost went for a Top 12 instead of our usual Top 10, but restrained ourselves. More

Metronomy Share Video for New Song “Lately”

First Taste of New Album Due Out This Fall

May 30, 2019

Metronomy are back with a new song, "Lately," shared via a video for the track directed by the band's frontman Joseph Mount in his directorial debut. The inventive clip features miniature versions of the band crawling out of a mixtape and performing on it. More

Jessie Ware Shares New Song “Adore You” (Produced by Metronomy’s Joseph Mount)

Single Out Now via PMR/Friends Keep Secrets/Interscope

Feb 13, 2019

Jessie Ware has shared a brand new song, "Adore You." Metronomy's Joseph Mount produced the song, which was mixed by James Ford (Simian Mobile Disco). The single is out now via PMR/Friends Keep Secrets/Interscope and can be heard below. It follows "Overtime," another club-ready single she shared last October that was one of our Songs of the Week. More

Robyn Announces First New Album in Eight Years

Honey Due Out October 26 via Konichiwa/Interscope

Sep 19, 2018

Robyn has announced a new album, Honey, her first in eight years. Honey is due out October 26 via Konichiwa/Interscope. While the tracklist has yet to be revealed, it includes "Missing U," a new song (and accompanying short film) she shared in August. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Anna Calvi, Spiritualized, Petite Noir, Neneh Cherry, and More

Plus Phosphorescent, Moses Sumney, Robyn, Jaakko Eino Kalevi, Teleman, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Aug 03, 2018

Lots of strong Songs of the Week contenders this week. We were tempted to do a Top 12 again like last week, instead of our usual Top 10, but resisted the excess. There are lots of Europeans in this week's list. More

Aug 01, 2018

Robyn has shared a new song, "Missing U." It's her first solo song since her 2010 album Body Talk. The song finds the Swedish musician teaming up Joseph Mount (Metronomy) and long-time collaborator Klas Åhlund (Robyn, Charli XCX, Madonna) to write and produce the track.  More

Django Django Announce Third Album

Marble Skies to Feature Slow Club's Rebecca Taylor and Metronomy's Anna Prior

Jul 31, 2017

Django Django have announced their third album via an article in the British music magazine Mojo, which the band shared on Instagram. The album is titled Marble Skies, although there is some confusion as to when it's due out (the text of the article says October, but a sidebar says it's not due until January 2018).  More

Dec 15, 2016

Metronomy released a new album, Summer 08, back in July via Because Music. Now the British band, led by main creative force Joseph Mount, have shared a video for "Hang Me Out to Dry."  More

Sep 16, 2016

NZCA Lines, the London-based project of Michael Lovett, released their excellent second album, Infinite Summer, back in January via Memphis Industries. Now the band has announced a new remix album, Infinite Remixes, which Memphis Industries are already streaming on Soundcloud. More

Under the Radar Examines Music and Politics with the 2016 Protest Issue

Special Issue Takes On Sexism and Feminism in the Music Industry, Tackles the Election, and Features Amanda Palmer on the Cover

Sep 09, 2016

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of our 2016 Protest Issue (out September, October, and into November), which is out now both digitally and on newsstands. We've done a Protest Issue every U.S. Presidential election year since 2004 and as before this issue features articles examining the intersection of music and politics and photo shoots with musicians holding protest signs of their own making. Then in mid-October we will be launching our charity Protest Auction, in which we auction off all the protest signs in the issue, with all profits going to the American Cancer SocietyMore

Aug 25, 2016

Metronomy released a new album, Summer 08, in July via Because Music. Now the British band, led by main creative force Joseph Mount, have done a session for the French website La Blogothèque, who are known for their creative video sessions with bands. More

Jul 12, 2016

Metronomy released a new album, Summer 08, a couple of weeks back via Because Music. Now the British band, led by main creative force Joseph Mount, have shared a new video for "Night Owl." In it Mount is in the Palm Springs desert in California as several people attempt to kill him. He is stalked by the actual Grim Reaper and a strange creeping brain.  More

Listen: Metronomy - “Hang Me Out to Dry” (Feat. Robyn)

Summer 08 Due Out This Friday via Because Music

Jun 27, 2016

Metronomy are releasing a new album, Summer 08, this Friday (July 1) via Because Music. Previously the British band shared the album's first single, "Old Skool," as well as a video for the song"Back Together," and "Night Owl." Now the band, led by main creative force Joseph Mount, have shared another song from the album, "Hang Me Out to Dry." More

Listen: Metronomy - “Night Owl”

Summer 08 Due Out July 1 via Because Music

Jun 21, 2016

Metronomy are releasing a new album, Summer 08, on July1 via Because Music. Previously the British band shared the album's first single, "Old Skool," as well as a video for the song. Now the band, led by main creative force Joseph Mount, have shared another song from the album, "Night Owl." More

Metronomy Share “Old Skool” Video, Confirm Album Details

Summer 08 Due Out July 1 via Because Music

May 12, 2016

Yesterday, Metronomy announced their new album, Summer 08, and shared its first single, "Old Skool," via Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show. Now they have shared a video for "Old Skool" and confirmed the album details, including that Robyn guests on one song.   More

May 11, 2016

Metronomy have announced a new album and shared its first single. Summer 08 is due out July 1 and the first single is "Old Skool," which features scratching from Beastie Boys' Mix Master Mike. Annie Mac debuted the song on her BBC Radio 1 show today and also interviewed frontman/main creative force Joseph Mount about the new album, which is the follow-up to 2014's Love Letters. More

Listen: Jarvis Cocker, Robyn + Joseph Mount (Metronomy), and Sébastien Tellier Songs from Partisan

Songs Released Under Pseudonyms as Part of the Film Partisan, Which is Scored by Oneohtrix Point Never

Sep 30, 2015

The indie film Partisan won an award at the Sundance Film Festival, opens in New York this Friday, and is released on DVD October 14. Oneohtrix Point Never scored the movie, but several other notable musicians (Jarvis Cocker, Jason Buckle, Joseph Mount of MetronomyRobyn, and Sébastien Tellier) contributed to the soundtrack under pseudonyms. More

Listen: Mew - “Witness (Olugbenga Adelekan of Metronomy Remix)”

+- Out Now via [PIAS] America, U.S. Tour Starts This Week

Sep 16, 2015

Mew's new U.S. tour starts this week. In honor of that they've shared a new remix of "Witness" by Olugbenga Adelekan, the bassist for Metronomy. He adds a lot more meat and heft to the song and you can check out his remix below, followed by the band's tour dates. The song is taken from the band's latest album, + -, released earlier this year. More

Watch: Metronomy – “The Upsetter” Video

Love Letters is Out Now on Because

Nov 05, 2014

In Metronomy’s new video for Love Letters cut “The Upsetter” a woman finds love after creating the idea partner/swamp monster from the elements around her. More

Sep 09, 2014

If you tend to suffer from extreme bouts of motion sickness then watch no further (or pop a Dramamine), as the camera in Metronomy's new video for "Month of Sundays" never stops spinning and turning.  More

Metronomy Announce New Tour Dates

Supporting Love Letters

Jun 24, 2014

Recently finishing up a leg of North American shows behind his brand new album Love LettersMetronomy's Joseph Mount and his band will be once again hitting the road with a series of new performances. More

Listen: Metronomy Live on BBC 6

Love Letters Is Out Now on Elektra

Jun 04, 2014

Earlier today (or last night if you’re operating on U.S. time) Metronomy stopped by Lauren Laverne’s BBC 6 show.  More

Watch: Metronomy – “Reservoir”

A Crayon and Paper Adventure

May 07, 2014

Metronomy get animated in “Reservoir” a video from their recent album Love LettersMore

Mar 04, 2014

Next week musical artist Joseph Mount, a.k.a. Metronomy, will release his newest album Love Letters. More

Feb 11, 2014

"Love Letters," the title track from Metronomy's forthcoming new album, has premiered with a brand new music video directed by the great Michel Gondry. More

Jan 24, 2014

On March 10 Metronomy, a.k.a. musical artist Joseph Mount, will follow his 2011 album The English Riviera with Love LettersMore

Under the Radar’s Top 50 Music Videos of 2013

Our Favorite Visuals of the Year

Jan 03, 2014

While the days of watching music videos on television are long gone, over the past several years the visual art form has certainly found second life (like so many other things) as an excellent online commodity. More

Dec 18, 2013

On March 10 Joe Mount, a.k.a. Metronomy, will release his newest album Love Letters. More

Metronomy Announces New Album, “Love Letters”

Listen to New Track "I'm Aquarius"

Nov 12, 2013

UK dance rock artist Joe Mount, a.k.a. Metronomy, has announced Love Letters, the follow-up to 2011 Mercury Prize-nominated LP The English Riviera. More

Check Out Photos of Øya Festival, Day 3

Metronomy, Black Keys, Refused, Young Dreams, and More

Aug 11, 2012

From August 7-11 Oslo, Norway hosted the Øya Festival. Check out our day three shots of Siri NilsenYoung DreamsMetronomyDāM-FunKOdd FutureRefusedChromatics, and The Black Keys. More

Jun 21, 2012

Metronomy is the latest band to curate an album for the ongoing Late Night Tales series. More

Digital Version of Under the Radar’s Best of 2011 Issue Contains 100 Pages of Bonus Content

Additional Bonus Interviews With: Future Islands, Metronomy, Zola Jesus and More

Mar 10, 2012

Just a reminder that the not-to-be-missed digital version of Under the Radar’s “Best of 2011” issue (available for Mac, PC, iPad, and Android via Zinio here) includes the same articles that appear in the printed version—plus 100 extra pages of editorial content not found in the print edition. Included are extra photos of BeirutBon IverThe HorrorsM83Slow ClubSummer Camp, and tUnE-yArDs. The digital version features exclusive bonus interviews with Big Black DeltaFuture IslandsHooray for EarthLanterns on the LakeMetronomyThe Pains of Being Pure at HeartReal EstateThe War on DrugsWild Flag, and Zola Jesus. More

Metronomy Add Tour Dates

Join Coldplay

Feb 24, 2012

With their new work The English Riviera Unreleased Remixes due out March 6, Metronomy have announced that they will be extending their North American tour this spring. More

Metronomy To Release Remix Album, Tour

The English Riveria Out March 6

Feb 02, 2012

Indie-electro-pop quartet Metronomy have announced the release of a collected reworking of tracks from the group's critically acclaimed third album, The English Riviera. More

Under the Radar Announces Best of 2011 Issue Featuring Three Covers: Bon Iver, M83, and The Horrors

Plus: Florence and the Machine, Beirut, PJ Harvey, Anna Calvi, SBTRKT, R.E.M., and more

Dec 23, 2011

Under the Radar's Best of 2011 Issue has shipped out to subscribers and will be hitting newsstands soon. The issue features three unique covers, each featuring an artist behind one of our Top 5 albums of the year: M83The Horrors, and Bon Iver. The issue also takes a look back at other artists who have made a splash in 2011, including BeirutAnna CalviEMAFlorence and the MachineGang Gang DanceNeon IndianPJ HarveyR.E.M.SBTRKT, Slow ClubSt. VincentSummer Camp, tUnE-yArDs, and Yuck. More

The Horrors, Goldfrapp, Foster the People and More Remix Gaga

Born This Way The Remix Due Out November 21

Oct 21, 2011

A slew of indie and indie-approved artists are busy remixing Lady Gaga’s Born this Way More

Jul 19, 2011

Today the 2011 Barclaycard Mercury Prize shortlist was announced. We have the full list.  More


Interviews

Sep 26, 2019

Joseph Mount is content. He's happily partnered, with two young children. He's recently moved from Paris to the Kentish countryside of England, where he and his family enjoy a bucolic, unharried existence. More

Metronomy

Walking it Back

Oct 20, 2016

Romanticizing the past can easily metamorphose into cheap nostalgia. On first blush, Metronomy's newest, Summer 08feels like a prime candidate to succumb to this malady. More

May 05, 2014

Joseph Mount, frontman of the English four-piece Metronomy, isn't an Aquarius, despite what the title "I'm Aquarius," the first single from his band's fourth album, Love Letters, might imply. More


Reviews

Summer 08

Summer 08

Because Music

Jul 28, 2016

It feels slightly wrong to praise Metronomy for a lack of pretentiousnessakin, almost, to Joe Satriani being minimalist or Liam Gallagher in tune. There probably isn't a single act that epitomises 2010s likeable-but-nothing-special Brit hipster music, but Metronomy are about as near as damn it.  More

Love Letters

Love Letters

Elektra

Mar 10, 2014

Under the direction of frontman and lead songwriter Joseph Mount, the last few years have seen Metronomy hone themselves into Britain's most unique and forward-thinking pop group. More

Øya Day Three: Young Dreams, Metronomy, Chromatics, Black Keys and More

August 10th, 2012

Aug 13, 2012

On day three of Øya my logical side took over. Sure, the festival grounds still felt like the Mecca of rock (and pop), but why was I so ready to swap my American passport for a Norwegian one?  More