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Listen: Deerhoof - “Come Down Here And Say That” (feat. Læticia Sadier)

Mountain Moves Due Out September 8 via Joyful Noise

Aug 04, 2017

Deerhoof are releasing a new albumMountain Moves, on September 8 via Joyful Noise. Previously they shared its first two singles, "I Will Spite Survive" (which features Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak and Flock of Dimes) and "Your Dystopic Creation Doesn't Fear You" (which features Awkwafina). More

Deerhoof Announce New Album, Share “I Will Spite Survive” Feat. Wye Oak’s Jenn Wasner

Mountain Moves Due Out September 8 via Joyful Noise, Album Also Features Læticia Sadier and Juana Molina

Jun 28, 2017

Deerhoof have announced a new album, Mountain Moves, and shared its first single, "I Will Spite Survive" (which features Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak and Flock of Dimes).  More

May 16, 2017

Former Stereolab vocalist Laetitia Sadier recently released a new album, Find Me Finding You, under the name Laetitia Sadier Source Ensemble via Drag City.  More

Sep 21, 2016

British psych-rock band TOY are releasing a new album, Clear Shot, on October 26 via Heavenly. Previously they had shared its first two singles "Fast Silver" and "I'm Still Believing," as well as a video for "I'm Still Believing." Now I'm Still Believing" has been remixed by Cavern of Anti-Matter, the trio that's led by Stereolab's co-founder Tim Gane. More

Mar 28, 2016

A song is a chance overlapping of countless variables in an artist's life. Anatomy of a Song is a place where those variables can be dissected and examined. In this edition, Tim Gane of Cavern of Anti-Matter discusses "Tardis Cymbals."  More

Gwenno’s “Fratolish Hiang Perpeshki” Gets Remixed by Tim Gane of Cavern of Anti-Matter and Stereolab

Y Dydd Olaf Out Now via Heavenly Recordings, U.S. Tour Dates Announced

Feb 23, 2016

Y Dydd Olaf, the debut solo album from Gwenno Saunders (released simply under her first name), got a proper full-on release last summer via Heavenly Recordings after an initial sold-out very limited release in 2014. More

Feb 03, 2016

Stereolab's co-founder Tim Gane has teamed up with synth player Holger Zapf and former Stereolab drummer Joe Dillworth to form a new trio named Cavern of Anti-Matter. They will be releasing their debut album, void beats / invocation trex, on February 19 via Duophonic and previously the band had shared "Melody in High Feedback Tones" and "Tardis Cymbals."  More

Jan 06, 2016

Stereolab's co-founder Tim Gane has teamed up with synth player Holger Zapf and former Stereolab drummer Joe Dillworth to form a new trio named Cavern of Anti-Matter. They will be releasing their debut album, void beats / invocation trex, on February 19 via Duophonic and previously the band had shared "Melody in High Feedback Tones." More

Stereolab’s Tim Gane to Release Cavern of Anti-Matter Album Featuring Bradford Cox, Shares Song

void beats / invocation trex Due Out February 19, Listen to “Melody in High Feedback Tones”

Nov 19, 2015

Stereolab's co-founder Tim Gane has teamed up with synth player Holger Zapf and former Stereolab drummer Joe Dillworth to form a new trio named Cavern of Anti-Matter. They will be releasing their debut album, void beats / invocation trex, on February 19 via Duophonic. It features such special guests as Deerhunter's Bradford Cox, Mouse on Mars' Jan St. Werner, and Spacemen 3's Sonic Boom.   More

Watch: Laetitia Sadier (Stereolab) - “Then, I Will Love You Again” Video

U.S. Tour Starts This Week, Sadier Releasing New Cassette Single

Sep 08, 2015

Former Stereolab vocalist Laetitia Sadier has shared a video for "Then, I Will Love You Again." Alejandro Abramovich directed the clip, which features images of Sadier projected on various parts of a room. The song can be found on her latest solo album, Something Shines, released last year on Drag City. More

Jul 07, 2015

Former Stereolab vocalist and sometime political songwriter Laetitia Sadier has shared a video for "Oscuridad" and has announced some U.S. tour dates. The video was directed by Loic Jouan but features footage from classic black & white silent films directed by Fritz Lang and Serguei M. Eisenstein.  More

Under the Radar Magazine Announces 10th Anniversary Issue Featuring Joanna Newsom and Fleet Foxes

Plus: Paul Rudd vs. The Divine Comedy, plus interviews with Broadcast, Grandaddy, The Flaming Lips, Bat For Lashes, Rilo Kiley, Broken Social Scene, and much more

Oct 19, 2011

Under the Radar is excited to announce the release of the indie music and entertainment print magazine’s 10th Anniversary Issue which hits newsstands next week. The extra-sized 10th Anniversary Issue features cover artists Joanna Newsom and Fleet Foxes Robin Pecknold together in an exclusive photo shoot and joint interview.  Exclusive video taken during the cover shoot of Robin Pecknold and Joanna Newsom arm wrestling can be found here More

Deerhunter vs. Stereolab

A Conversation Between Bradford Cox and Laetitia Sadier

Oct 11, 2010

Under the Radar's Fall 2010 Issue features a conversation between Deerhunter and Atlas Sound's Bradford Cox and Stereolab frontwoman Laetitia Sadier. The full transcript of the conversation is now posted on our website. More

Stereolab Reveal New Album Details

Not Music to Feature 13 Tracks, Including Atlas Sound Remix

Aug 17, 2010

Stereolab are set to release their 12th LP Not Music November 16 on Drag City in the U.S. and Duophonic in the U.K. We have the tracklisting and details. More

Stereolab Announces New Album

Frontwoman Laetitia Sadier's Solo LP Also Coming Soon

Jun 02, 2010

Stereolab announced after the conclusion of the Chemical Chords tour last year that they'd be going on an indefinite hiatus. Now the dark side of the Chemical Chords sessions are due to be released as an album entitled Not Music and due on November 16 on Drag City. More


Interviews

Winning to Lose: The Indie Rock Revolution a Decade and a Half Later

Paul Banks, Wayne Coyne, Kevin Drew, Black Francis, Ben Gibbard, Jens Lekman, Murray Lightburn, Colin Meloy, Nina Persson, Laetitia Sadier, and More on Indie Rock's Identity Crisis

Mar 20, 2017

In 2001, when Under the Radar's first issue was released, the music industry had reached a transitional moment. In January, Apple introduced its iTunes program to the world, laying the groundwork to forever change how listeners interfaced with their music. More

Deerhunter vs. Stereolab

A Conversation Between Bradford Cox and Laetitia Sadier

Oct 11, 2010

Deerhunter and Atlas Sound's Bradford Cox has long professed his love for Stereolab, in particular 1999's Cobra and Phases Group Play Voltage in the Milky Night, his favorite album by the band. He went so far as to effusively explicate upon its merits on a Deerhunter blog post back in 2007. In an impassioned manner akin to the prime years of the fiery late gonzo journalist Lester Bangs, he also excoriated the publications that panned the album. More


Reviews

Not Music

Not Music

Drag City

Nov 16, 2010

Last year, Stereolab announced that the band was taking a break to focus on other projects. Over the course of two decades they released a string of albums and singles that built a sizable following as the players developed and reworked the blueprint of their keyboard-driven pop. More