Apr 21, 2017 Issue #60 - Father John Misty

Fourteen years have passed since the release of British Sea Power's debut album, The Decline of British Sea Power, and the band remain as resolutely eccentric as ever. They continue to play odd venues, draw inspiration from a ridiculously wide range of influences, and turn to the unexpected during shows. More

Apr 14, 2017 Web Exclusive

Peter Bagge is a multi-award winning cartoonist perhaps best known for his series Neat Stuff and Hate. Immediately identifiable by their streaks of dark humor, impassioned and opinionated characters, and intentionally exaggerated aesthetic, Bagge's work has been shedding light on different facets of American life for decades. More

Apr 12, 2017 Web Exclusive

We spoke with series creator Joel Hodgson and the Satellite of Love’s new resident human, Jonah Ray, about bringing back the beloved movie-riffing show. More

Apr 07, 2017 Web Exclusive

Even though filmmaker Joe Swanberg was directing scenes with Jake Johnson and Keegan Michael-Key — two comedic actors renowned for being quick on their feet — his latest film was the least improvisational of the director’s career. Titled Win It All, the movie has the most fleshed out plot of any Swanberg movie, featuring a story written by him and Johnson about a fiendish gambler plays away an entire duffel bag full of cash belonging to a dangerous convict. The result: more positive reviews than any film Swanberg has garnered in his career of niche, off-the-cuff style flicks. More

Apr 07, 2017 Web Exclusive

To end out the week, we ask The Antlers' frontman Peter Silberman some questions about endings and death. The Antlers have released five full-length albums, their most recent being 2014's Familiars, but this year Silberman released his debut solo album, Impermanence, on ANTI-.  More

Apr 06, 2017 Web Exclusive

Imagine The Hangover mixed with Leaving Las Vegas and Godzilla and you won’t have anything remotely like Colossal, but you might get a sense for how out there it is. More

Mar 26, 2017 Web Exclusive

In Wilson, the third illustrated story of artist and writer Daniel Clowes to be adapted for the screen, we are again nudged to pay attention to the overlooked and misunderstood. The difficulty in relating for societal outliers previously touched on in Ghost World and Art School Confidential are maxed out in the character of Wilson, the latest of Clowes’ offbeat protagonists to find cinematic vitality. More

Mar 24, 2017 Web Exclusive

Guy Garvey and his band Elbow may have called their joyous new album Little Fictionsbut in conversation the British alt-rocker is instead frank, forthright, and boldly truthful.  More

Mar 20, 2017 Issue # 59 - 15th Anniversary

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