Jun 24, 2014 Issue #50 - June/July 2014 - Future Islands

Though sibling acts often struggle to keep their professional relationship from ruining their personal one, Klara and Johanna Söderberg of Sweden's First Aid Kit sound more like best friends than sisters, completing each other's sentences and laughing at each other's jokes as they discuss their third full-length release, Stay Gold. More

Jun 19, 2014 Fall 2007 - Beirut

For Throwback Thursdays we are posting classic interviews from the Under the Radar print archives to our website. Under the Radar used to keep its print articles exclusive to the print magazine and so there are a lot of older articles that aren't to be found on our website. For this Throwback Thursday we revisit our 2007 article on Björk More

Jun 12, 2014 Summer 2007 - Tegan and Sara

For Throwback Thursdays we will be posting classic interviews from the Under the Radar print archives to our website. For this Throwback Thursday we revisit our 2007 article on St. Vincent. More

Jun 10, 2014

Somewhere, in an alternate dimension, there’s a very different version of First Aid Kit. More

Jun 10, 2014 Web Exclusive

When I first spoke with Willis Earl Beal last summer, I was immediately struck by how unguarded he was in venting his frustration and disenchantment with the music industry. He didn't want to promote his new album,Nobody Knows, and he seemed to resent the need to sell his work as a product at all.  More

Jun 05, 2014 Spring 2007 - Feist

For Throwback Thursdays we will be posting classic interviews from the Under the Radar print archives to our website. For this Throwback Thursday we revisit our 2007 article on Vampire Weekend, the band's first interview for a nationally distributed print magazine.  More

Jun 04, 2014 Web Exclusive

Last month, Slowdive performed live again for the first time since 1994. The five original members—singers and guitarists Neil Halstead and Rachel Goswell, guitarist Christian Savill, bassist Nick Chaplin, and drummer Simon Scotthave reformed their classic shoegaze group for a series of festival gigs around the world after Spain's Primavera Sound festival asked them to reunite. More

May 28, 2014 Issue #49 - February/March 2014 - Portlandia

He fearlessly stares down sociopathic killers and hordes of zombies every week as the crossbow-wielding, motorcycle-riding Daryl Dixon on The Walking Dead, but Norman Reedus readily admits that what really makes him nervous is the idea of talking to legendary Dinosaur Jr. frontman J MascisMore

May 14, 2014 Issue #49 - February/March 2014 - Portlandia

It's been 20 years since Nina Persson first emerged as the frontwoman for the Swedish five-piece The Cardigans. Now, after six Cardigans albums and two with her own A Camp project, Persson is finally stepping out on her own.  More