Dec 19, 2016 By Matthew Berlyant

Under the Radar's very first print issue came out in December 2001. In honor of our 15th Anniversary some of our writers are reflecting on some of their favorite albums (and movies and TV shows) from 2001, that are also celebrating their 15th anniversary. More

Dec 15, 2016 By Matthew Berlyant Web Exclusive

Under the Radar's very first print issue came out in December 2001. In honor of our 15th Anniversary some of our writers are reflecting on some of their favorite albums from 2001, that are also celebrating their 15th anniversary. More

Dec 09, 2016 By Mark Redfern

In part 5 of Under the Radar's 2016 Holiday Gift Guide we offer up some technology and apparel items. They may not seem like obvious bedfellows, but our lead tech item is a wearable speaker system that fills your body with sound. There is also a speaker designed for streaming music and some fun geeky clothing and jewelry. More

Dec 04, 2016 By Mark Redfern Web Exclusive

In part 4 of Under the Radar's 2016 Holiday Gift Guide we offer up some of 2016's most interesting DVDs and Blu-rays. They range from critically acclaimed current TV shows to reissued cult classic films to forgotten TV oddities (including a musical cop show) to David Bowie as a Goblin King.  More

Nov 30, 2016 By Mark Redfern Web Exclusive

We can all be grown-ups and work jobs to provide for ourselves and our families. But there's nothing wrong with still keeping your inner child not just alive and well, but well fed. Sure, not everyone still gets that adults like to have their toys too (we just call them collectibles now), but it's become much more the norm.  More

Nov 29, 2016 By Austin Trunick

Ladies and gentlemen, we’re living through a Golden Age of board gaming. We’ve taken a look at many of this year’s new releases and picked out some of our favorites which we happily recommend as gifts for the gamer in your life. (Or for yourself – no one's judging!)  More

Nov 23, 2016 By Mark Redfern

Older family friends and relatives keep telling me at family gatherings they hear vinyl has been making a comeback. Well, as you likely know, it's been making that comeback for the last decade. This has opened up a new angle for record labels who specialize in reissues.  More

Nov 14, 2016 By David Edwards Web Exclusive

So 2016, you did it again. That moment of shock, that sudden realization that someone you have unquestioningly considered a part of your cultural tapestry has been cut away to leave you that little bit more fragile and exposed. Leonard Cohen-poet, muse, voice, conscience, inspiration-has left us for the last time. More

Oct 28, 2016 By Chris Duncan Web Exclusive

Scotland's C Duncan (aka Chris Duncan) released his acclaimed debut album, Architect, last year via FatCat. It was nominated for the prestigious Mercury Prize and was a gorgeous collection with shades of Fleet Foxes and Grizzly Bear in its multi-layered harmonies. More