Nov 22, 2013 By Gavin Dunbar

Camera Obscura's Gavin Dunbar has long been a Doctor Who fan and references to the show have even shown up in some of the Scottish band's music videos. Doctor Who turns 50 this Saturday and a special anniversary episode, "The Day of the Doctor," is airing. In honor of this remarkable achievement in geekdom and television, Dunbar has picked out his favorite episode from each era of Doctor Who. More

Nov 22, 2013 By Dan Lucas

UTR writer Dan Lucas on the ways in which feminism in the music industry and beyond may be shooting itself in the foot.

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Nov 21, 2013 By Michele Yamamoto

This week, our UTR staff writers discuss their personal reactions to and interpretations of songs that spoke to them in a foreign tongue.  More

Nov 20, 2013 By Ryan E.C. Hamm

For this edition of Forgotten Songs, Under the Radar’s own Ryan E.C. Hamm writes about The Beach Boys’ “Pacific Coast Highway” and “Summer’s Gone.” More

Nov 19, 2013 By Laura Studarus

Later this month, Under the Radar will head over to the Netherlands to check out Le Guess Who? Festival. In honor of our trek, we asked a few of our favorite musicians performing at the festival to introduce us to a few of their favorite musicians. Ólafur Arnalds responded with a tribute to late nights.  More

Nov 18, 2013 By Brent Rademaker

In this edition of Forgotten Songs, Beachwood Sparks' Brent Rademaker writes about The Byrds' "Lady Friend." More

Nov 16, 2013 By Laura Studarus

Later this month, Under the Radar will head over to the Netherlands to check out Le Guess Who? Festival. In honor of our trek, we asked a few of our favorite musicians performing at the festival to introduce us to a few of their favorite musicians. Pianist Douglas Dare responded with a playlist full of his favorite numerically-based songs. More

Nov 15, 2013 By Frank Valish

Swiss metal act Krokus has reissued their 1990 gem "Stampede", and writer Frank Valish braved the threatening album art to review it for us.  More

Nov 13, 2013 By Michele Yamamoto

This week, our UTR staff writers reflect on old music as new music by presenting cover songs that do it best.  More