Feb 02, 2016 Web Exclusive

For Under the Radar's 13th annual Artist Survey we emailed some of our favorite artists a few questions relating to 2015. We asked them about their favorite albums of the year and their thoughts on various notable 2015 news stories involving either the music industry or world events, as well as some quirkier personal questions. Here are some answers from Paul Gregory, Oliver Ketteringham, Hazel Wilde, Bob Allan, and Angela Chan of Lanterns on the Lake. British quartet released their third album, Beings, on Bella Union last November. More

Jan 26, 2016 Web Exclusive

For Under the Radar's 13th annual Artist Survey we emailed some of our favorite artists a few questions relating to 2015. Here are some answers from Finn Andrews of The Veils. More

Nov 19, 2015 Issue #54 - August/September 2015 - CHVRCHES

It's a rare sunny day in Glasgow in early July, and the members of CHVRCHES are finally able to take a breath. After an intensive six-month period of writing and recording, they have (as of this afternoon) signed off on the final masters for Every Open Eye, their second full-length release.  More

Oct 30, 2015 Web Exclusive

As Bruce Campbell will tell you, fans have been begging for a continuation to Ash Williams’ story since the Evil Dead series’ most recent installment, Army of Darkness, was released in 1993. After almost a quarter century, he and director Sam Raimi are answering their call with Ash vs Evil Dead, a new Starz series. We chatted with the man himself about the show, and what records we might find in Ash’s private collection. More

Oct 09, 2015 Web Exclusive

Despite having appeared in only three episodes spread over five seasons, Lennie James has managed to make Morgan Jones one of the most iconic characters in the history of The Walking Dead. When we first meet him in the show's premiere episode he was the father and grieving husband who first explains to Rick Grimes that the world has fallen into zombie-fueled chaos.  More

Aug 21, 2015 Web Exclusive

You probably know more about The Walking Dead than Cliff Curtis. Though the zombie thriller has utterly dominated cable TV for the past three years, pulling in a record-setting 17 million viewers for its season five premiere, Curtis was not one of them.  More

Aug 21, 2015 Web Exclusive

In 2008, The Walking Dead executive producer Gale Anne Hurd had no reason to believe that the zombie drama would ever be anything more than a cable TV curiosity.  More

Aug 20, 2015 Issue #54 - August/September 2015 - CHVRCHES

Cliff Curtis isn't used to playing nice guys. Over his 22-year career, the New Zealand-born actor has played a gang member (Training Day), an FBI man (Live Free or Die Hard), a cranky Marine (Runaway Jury), and a variety of drug dealers and otherwise unsavory characters (Bringing Out the Dead,Blow). More

Jul 31, 2015 Web Exclusive

In both the movie and the new prequel series First Day of Camp, co-creator Michael Showalter also stars as teenage camp counselor Gerald “Coop” Cooperberg, a lovesick young man with significant girl problems. More