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Mercury Prize 2022 Nominees Announced: Wet Leg, Yard Act, Gwenno, Harry Styles, and More

Jessie Buckley & Bernard Butler, Self Esteem, Nova Twins, Sam Fender, and Others Also Nominated

Jul 26, 2022

This year’s Mercury Prize nominees have been announced and they include the latest albums by Wet Leg, Yard Act, Gwenno, Harry Styles, Jessie Buckley & Bernard Butler, Self Esteem, and more. More

Glastonbury 2022: Watch Performances from Wolf Alice, Jessie Ware, Mitski, HAIM, Foals, and More

Plus Courtney Barnett, Cate Le Bon, Pet Shop Boys, beabadoobee, Dry Cleaning, First Aid Kit, Jack White, Kendrick Lamar, Caribou, St. Vincent, Squid, black midi, Big Thief, and Many Others

Jun 27, 2022

Couldn’t make it to Glastonbury this past weekend? We have you covered, with highlights from some of the performances including ones by Wolf Alice, Jessie Ware, Courtney Barnett, Mitski, HAIM, Foals, and many more. Plus Cate Le Bon, Pet Shop Boys, beabadoobee, Dry Cleaning, First Aid Kit, Jack White, Kendrick Lamar, Fontaines D.C., Lorde, Caribou, Metronomy, St. Vincent, Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen, Squid, black midi, Big Thief, IDLES, Crowded House, and much more. More

Focus Wales 2022: A Preview

Welsh showcase event kicks off on Wednesday with stellar line-up

May 03, 2022

Under the Radar heads to Wrexham later this week for the 11th edition of Focus Wales More

Mar 16, 2022

Rebecca of Self Esteem chatted with us about what happens when you stop having FOMO and start trusting yourself as an artist. Spoiler, you grow. A lot. More

Under The Radar Announces Media Partnership With ESNS (Eurosonic Noorderslag)

The 2022 edition starts on Wednesday 19th and features Self Esteem and Wet Leg among others

Jan 17, 2022

Under the Radar announces media partnership with ESNS for its 2022 edition More

Jan 07, 2022

2021 began and ended in a state of uncertainty, but was still a fruitful year for new music. Here are Under the Radar‘s 100 favorite albums from the year. More

Self Esteem Shares New Song “You Forever”

Prioritise Pleasure Due Out This Friday via Fiction

Oct 20, 2021

Self Esteem (aka Rebecca Taylor, formerly of Slow Club) has shared a new song, “You Forever.” It is the latest release from her forthcoming sophomore studio album, Prioritise Pleasure, which will be out this Friday (Oct. 22) via Fiction. More

Self Esteem Shares New Video for “Moody”

Prioritise Pleasure Due Out October 22 via Fiction

Oct 12, 2021

Self Esteem (aka Rebecca Taylor, formerly of Slow Club) has shared a new video for her latest single “Moody.” Her forthcoming sophomore album, Prioritise Pleasure, will be out on October 22 via Fiction. The Louis Bhose-directed video stars Taylor alongside British actor Alistair Green. More

Self Esteem Shares New Single “Moody,” Announces UK Tour Dates for 2022

Prioritise Pleasure Due Out October 22 via Fiction

Sep 16, 2021

Self Esteem (aka Rebecca Taylor, formerly of Slow Club) has shared a new single titled “Moody.” It is the latest release from her forthcoming sophomore album, Prioritise Pleasure, which will be out on October 22 via Fiction. Taylor has also announced a set of UK tour dates for early 2022. More

Festival Preview: Rockaway Beach 2020

John Cale, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Self Esteem, and More

Dec 11, 2019

With Rockaway Beach fast approaching, Under the Radar takes a closer look at some of the awesome acts playing from Friday 10th till Sunday 12th of January. More

Django Django Share “Surface to Air” Remix EP

Song Features Slow Club's Rebecca Taylor (aka Self Esteem); EP Has Remixes by Lunice, Nightwaves 6am, and Body In The Thames

Mar 19, 2018

Django Django released their third album, Marble Skies, back in January via Ribbon Music. Now they have shared a remix EP for one of the album’s highlights, “Surface to Air” (which they previously shared a video for). The song features the guest vocals of Slow Club’s Rebecca Taylor (going under the name Self Esteem) and the EP features remixes by Lunice, Nightwaves 6am, and Body In The Thames. More

Django Django Share “Surface to Air” Video Featuring Slow Club’s Rebecca Taylor (aka Self Esteem)

Marble Skies Out Now via Ribbon Music, West Coast Tour Dates Announced

Jan 30, 2018

Django Django released their third album, Marble Skies, last Friday via Ribbon Music. Now they have shared a video for one of the album’s highlights, “Surface to Air.” The song features the guest vocals of Slow Club’s Rebecca Taylor (going under the name Self Esteem) and she also stars in the video, singing the song in various outfits and settings as the sun goes down. More



Interviews

Nov 03, 2021

After spending the best part of a decade as one half of the creative nucleus of critically acclaimed UK band Slow Club, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rebecca Lucy Taylor had to get out. For the sake of her sanity and driven by the urge follow her own creative instincts as she explains, “I needed to do my own thing without constantly getting a big fat ‘no’ off people.” And so her subversive pop project Self Esteem was born with Taylor stating it was her ambition to use the veneer of pop music as a “Trojan horse” to write about issues close to her heart. More


Reviews

Aug 04, 2022

Under the Radar went to Deer Shed Festival last weekend and had an absolute ball! More

Aug 03, 2022

Under the Radar were at sunny Standon Calling the other week and had a whale of a time! More

Jul 19, 2022

Under the Radar heads to Deer Shed Festival later this month. Here’s 10 acts we’re most excited to see! More

May 20, 2022

Focus Wales delivered on every level, proving once again why it’s the pinnacle of UK showcase events More

Aug 25, 2021

It is hard not to feel that as society begins to return to normal, we should be looking to places like Green Man as a model to aim for. More

Aug 12, 2021

Get Together is our first festival since January 2020, and more than lives up to expectations. More

Mar 28, 2019

Pop has a delusion problem. In a quest to viewed as something more than throw away, it is run-through with allusions to “empowerment” but often it falls short. It’s often an act, marketing not activism, wrapped in the sonically mundane. More