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Coachella 2009: Day Three


Paul Weller Shares New Song “Village”

On Sunset Due Out June 19 via Verve Forecast

May 07, 2020

Paul Weller is releasing a new album, On Sunset, on June 19 via Verve Forecast. Now the Modfather, as he’s known in his native England, has shared a new song from the album, “Village.” More

Paul Weller Shares New Song “Earth Beat” (Feat. Col3trane)

On Sunset Due Out June 12 via Verve Forecast

Mar 19, 2020

Paul Weller, is releasing a new album, On Sunset, on June 12 via Verve Forecast. Now the Modfather, as he’s known in his native England, has shared a new song from the album, “Earth Beat,” which features Col3trane.   More

Paul Weller Announces New Album, “True Meanings”

True Meanings Due Out September 14 via Parlophone/Warner Bros.

Jul 12, 2018

The Modfather himself, Paul Weller, has announced a new album, True Meanings. It is the 14th solo album from the former frontman to The Jam and The Style Council and is fittingly due out September 14, via Parlophone/Warner Bros. More

Watch: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - “Holy Mountain” Video

Who Built the Moon? Due Out November 24 via Sour Mash/Caroline

Oct 11, 2017

Former Oasis guitarist/singer/songwriter Noel Gallagher is releasing a new solo album under the Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds name, Who Built the Moon?, on November 24 via Sour Mash/Caroline.  More

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds Announces New Album and Tour Dates, Shares Album Trailer

Who Built the Moon? Due Out November 24 via Sour Mash/Caroline, Paul Weller and Johnny Marr Guest

Sep 25, 2017

Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher is releasing his debut solo album, As You Were, on October 6 via Warner Bros. Now his estranged older brother and former Oasis bandmate, Noel Gallagher, has announced a new solo album under the Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds name, due for release just over a month after Liam's.  More

Watch: Suede, Spiritualized, Super Furry Animals, and Other ‘90s British Bands at Glastonbury 2015

Plus: Belle and Sebastian, Paul Weller, and Supergrass' Gaz Coombes

Jun 29, 2015

At Glastonbury this past weekend, a lot of British bands who made their marks in the 1990s performed. The BBC has posted an impressive amount of videos from the festival and so we decided to collect those performances from '90s heroes, all of whom are still going strong today. More

May 17, 2015

Last night was the final day of The Great Escape Festival. Under the Radar had photographer Michael Burnell shooting on our behalf. Check out his final gallery from the event featuring Bad BreedingJMEPaul WellerSkeptaSlavesStormzySwim DeepThe Maccabees, and The Square. More

Paul Weller Announces New Album “Saturns Pattern”

Out May 11; Hear “White Sky” Now

Feb 12, 2015

Former frontman of The Jam and The Style Council and respected British solo artist Paul Weller has announced a new album. Saturns Pattern will be Weller's first album for Warner Bros. Records.  More

Mar 25, 2013

Over the weekend a number of Britain's musical finest came together to perform for the Teenage Cancer Trust at London's Royal Albert Hall. More

Paul Weller Announces New EP, “Dragonfly”

Rarities and B-sides Collected

Nov 09, 2012

Following his latest full-length Sonik Kicks, Modfather Paul Weller has announced that he will release a new EP titled Dragonfly on Dec. 17. More

Jun 18, 2012

To honor and celebrate the 70th birthday of Paul McCartney, Paul Weller has announced plans to release a cover of The Beatles White Album track "Birthday," with all proceeds from its sale going to the War Child charity. More

Under the Radar Announces Winter 2012 Issue with Dirty Projectors, Grizzly Bear, and Twin Shadow

Issue Also Features: Air, Bear in Heaven, Best Coast, Andrew Bird, Chairlift, Dan Deacon, First Aid Kit, Grimes, Spiritualized, Tegan and Sara, and more

Mar 12, 2012

Under the Radar’s Winter (March/April) Issue will be hitting the stands soon. The issue features an In the Studio 2012 themed cover with the frontmen of three notable acts set to release new albums later this year—Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth, Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste, and Twin Shadow’s George Lewis Jr. The issue also features interviews with AirBear in HeavenBest CoastAndrew BirdChairliftDan DeaconFirst Aid KitGrimesof MontrealFrankie RoseSpiritualizedTame ImpalaTegan and Saraand much more.  More

Mar 02, 2012

Since one good turn deserves another, Arctic Monkeys just released a remixed version of Paul Weller’s “That Dangerous Age.”  More

Feb 22, 2012

It's been twenty years since The Jam's Paul Weller released his first solo album. On March 27, the legendary musical artist is due to release his 11th, Sonik Kicks. More

Jan 30, 2012

The Modfather himself Paul Weller has announced his only scheduled appearances in North America.  More

Nov 22, 2011

On March 27, Paul Weller is set to drop his eleventh solo album Sonik Kicks. More


Jun 30, 2020

From collaborating with Oasis to playing Live Aid, it might seem like Paul Weller has seen and done it all in his near 50-year career. Yet the ever-debonair, silver-haired elder English rock statesman, with a penchant for blue-eyed soul and a fixation on The Beatles, currently faces an unprecedented predicament.  More


On Sunset

On Sunset

Verve Forecast

Jul 01, 2020

For nearly half a century, Paul Weller has been immersed in Britain’s music biz, and the breadth of those decades of experience are nearly as vast as the title of his 15th solo albumOn Sunset More

Saturns Pattern

Saturns Pattern

Warner Bros.

Jun 24, 2015

It is easy to think that Paul Weller gets a harsh deal from music critics. After all, he's one of British music's touchstones; from his revolutionary and genuinely original work with The Jam, via the enjoyable, breezy pop of The Style Council through to his solo career, which produced Stanley Road and Wild Wood—two of the more passable albums of the Britpop fad of the '90s. More

Coachella 2009 Day Three

April 19th, 2009

Apr 23, 2009

On day three of Coachella My Bloody Valentine threatened to burst a thousand eardrums. As we entered the festival site around 12:30 PM they were handing out complimentary earplugs in anticipation for the aural attack. Other highlights included a blood-splattered Fucked Up, an energetic Friendly Fires, and the incredibly strange Throbbing Gristle. More