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Austin City Limits 2017 Lineup: Gorillaz, The xx, Angel Olsen, First Aid Kit, Spoon, and More

Plus: Glass Animals, Cut Copy, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Chance the Rapper, Solange, The Killers, Run the Jewels, Car Seat Headrest, and Others

May 04, 2017

Austin City Limits have announced the lineup of their 2017 festival to go down in the Texas capitol this October. The event is headlined by Gorillaz, The xx, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Killers, Martin Garrix, and Chance the Rapper.  More

Cass McCombs, Speedy Ortiz, Deerhoof, and More on Planned Parenthood Covers Album

Cover Your Ass Vol. 1 Due Out May 26; Also Features Hinds, TEEN, The Lemon Twigs, and Luke Temple

Apr 18, 2017

Another benefit for Planned Parenthood has been announced. Cover Your Ass Vol. 1 is due out May 26 via Lionfish Music. It features covers by Cass McCombs (Pointer Sisters), Speedy Ortiz (TV on the Radio), Deerhoof (Public Enemy), Hinds (Dead Ghosts), TEEN (David Bowie), The Lemon Twigs (Dido), Luke Temple (Scott Walker), Porches (Big Star), and more.  More

Mar 27, 2017

France's Phoenix last released an album 2013 with Bankrupt!. They have already announced some shows for 2017, including a headlining appearance at the Governor's Ball in New York and a stop at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl.  More

Feb 23, 2017

The Lemon Twigs are a promising new brother duo (Brian and Michael D'Addario) from Long Island. Last October they released their debut album, Do Hollywood, on 4AD. The album was recorded in Los Angeles (hence its title) and was produced by Foxygen's Jonathan Rado and partly mirrors Foxygen's glorious retro '70s rock vibe.  More

Feb 13, 2017

The Lemon Twigs are a promising new brother duo (Brian and Michael D'Addario) from Long Island. Last October they released their debut album, Do Hollywood, on 4AD. The album was recorded in Los Angeles (hence its title) and was produced by Foxygen'sJonathan Rado and partly mirrors Foxygen's glorious retro '70s rock vibe. More

Bonnaroo 2017 Lineup Announced - U2, The xx, Future Islands, Tegan and Sara, and More

Plus Glass Animals, The Weeknd, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Car Seat Headrest, Kevin Morby, and Others

Jan 11, 2017

Bonnaroo have announced their 2017 lineup. The festival goes down in Manchester, Tennessee from June 8-11 and this year, their 16th year, the lineup includes U2 performing The Joshua Tree (which was announced on Monday),  More

Foxygen Announce New Album and Tour, Share Dance-tastic “Follow the Leader” Video

Hang Due Out January 20, 2017 via Jagjaguwar and Features Matthew E. White, The Lemon Twigs, and Steve Drozd of The Flaming Lips

Nov 02, 2016

Foxygen's last album was 2014's ...And Star Power, but recently the duo (Jonathan Rado and Sam France) shared a brand new song, "America," a grandiose track that featured an orchestra. More

Oct 13, 2016

The Lemon Twigs are a promising new brother duo from Long Island. Tomorrow (October 14) they release their debut album, Do Hollywood, on 4AD. The album was recorded in Los Angeles (hence its title) and was produced by Foxygen's Jonathan Radoand partly mirrors Foxygen's glorious retro '70s rock vibe.  More

Sep 27, 2016

The Lemon Twigs are a promising new brother duo from Long Island. On October 14th they release their debut album, Do Hollywood, on 4AD.  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


Interviews

The Lemon Twigs

Brothers of Style

Oct 19, 2016

Brothers often fight and clash. But they can also be the biggest motivators for each other. Take for example 19-year-old Brian D'Addario and his 17-year-old brother Michael. They've used their differences and similarities to create the catchy pop-rock of their Long Island, New York, band The Lemon Twigs. More


Reviews

Do Hollywood

Do Hollywood

4AD

Nov 08, 2016

The Lemon Twigs (aka brothers Brian and Michael D'Addario) are looking poignantly backwards while moving gracefully forward on their debut record: a love letter to the past and a signpost towards the future. More