Mar 01, 2003 Spring 2003 - Elliott Smith

On page 94 of Under the Radar, Issue 4, there is an interview with Lisa Germano, accompanied by reviews of her new album Lullaby for Liquid Pig and her two self-released collections. Due to space constraints, we could only offer you the best excerpts of the interview we did with Germano at her West Hollywood apartment. Below is the full interview with Germano, as well as more pictures of her and her late cat. Miamo Tutti  – R.I.P. More

Mar 01, 2003 Spring 2003 - Elliott Smith

Actually, most of our interview with Sing-Sing’s Emma Anderson and Lisa O’Neill made it into our article on them on page 78 of Issue 4 of Under the Radar, including pretty much all of Emma’s quotes about her days in Lush. Still here are a few little quotes that didn’t make it into the article, along with some full color photos from our shoot with the girls in a park next to LA’s famous Troubadour club. More

Mar 01, 2003 Spring 2003 - Elliott Smith

The guys (and girl) of Absinthe Blind are the most humble group of musicians in the world. When you meet good people you can just feel it and every member of this Champagne-Urbana, Illinois quintet is someone you would gladly have sit at your dinner table. More

Mar 01, 2003 Spring 2003 - Elliott Smith

Now that you’ve read our article on Montreal’s fabulous favorites The Dears, on page 18 of Issue 4 of Under the Radar, scroll below for more quotes from the band’s mastermind, (vocalist, songwriter, arranger, you name it), Murray Lightburn, and his main cohort, (and keyboardist/backing vocalist), Natalia Yanchak. More

Mar 01, 2003 Spring 2003 - Elliott Smith

The Coral are probably the most acclaimed band to come out of Liverpool, England, in the last couple of years. You can read all about them in Issue 4 of Under the Radar, in our article on them on page 9 of that issue. If you’re still hungry for more Coral, especially after hearing their tasty self-titled debut album, then read below for the full interview UTR’s London correspondent Jumana Farouky did with the band’s keyboardist Nick Power. More

Feb 02, 2003 Web Exclusive

His new album, Shut Up, You Fucking Baby! isn’t much of a lovefest, so let’s start with a few things David Cross likes. More

Feb 02, 2003 Web Exclusive

“Indiscriminately I just picked up somebody’s suitcase and threw it across a field,” says Aberdeen’s co-founder and guitarist John Girgus with a coy laugh. It’s the last night of Aberdeen’s nationwide tour of the United States with The Trembling Blue Stars and Girgus and I are sipping double whiskey’s in the backroom of the Derby in Hollywood. More

Nov 07, 2002 Web Exclusive

Believe it or not, They Might Be Giants have been creating music for over twenty years. More

Feb 02, 2002 Web Exclusive

With influences that ranged from Scott Walker to Leonard Cohen, Britain’s The Tindersticks arrived on the scene in 1993 to a bombast of critical acclaim. The slow and orchestral six piece soon built up a worldwide cult following. More