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Dirty Projectors Announce Fall Tour

Aug 27, 2009

In support of their acclaimed album Bitte Orca, Dirty Projectors are hitting the road again for a fall tour. The trek will see the band heading across Europe and across America before heading back to their New York home in late November. The group is also releasing a new 12-inch single Temecula Sunrise, which will only be released in the U.K., but does feature some B-sides. More

Cult Classic “Heathers” to be Revived as a Television Show

Aug 27, 2009

As reported today by Variety, 1989 cult classic Heathers, staring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater, will be revived as a television show for Fox. More

YouTube to Stream Outside Lands

Aug 26, 2009

YouTube, along with Another Planet Entertainment, Superfly Productions and Starr Hill Presents, announced today that San Francisco's Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival, will be the first event of its kind ever streamed on the video sharing site. More

Tegan and Sara Announce New Album Cover Art and Tracklist

Aug 26, 2009

As revealed in our in the studio interview with Tegan and Sara, the twins’ eagerly awaited sixth album—out October 27th—will be titled Sainthood. Today we were blessed, not only with a track listing but also our first look at the cover and back art, wherein the sisters appear to be striking their best beatific poses. More

Bob Dylan Celebrates “Christmas in the Heart” October 13th

Aug 26, 2009

Just when you thought summer would never end, Bob Dylan is out to remind you that your shopping days ‘til Christmas are quickly dwindling. On October 13, the legendary troubadour is releasing his first holiday album, Christmas in the Heart. More

Tunde Adebimpe, Guy Garvey, and Martina Topley-Bird to Appear on Massive Attack EP

Aug 26, 2009

Bristol trip-hop progenitors Massive Attack have a new EP, entitled Splitting the Atom, set for release October 5th in the U.S. and the U.K., on Virgin. The new EP will include four new tracks, two of which in remixed fashion. And all of the beat-heavy cuts feature a guest vocalist of some stripe, including TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe, Elbow's Guy Garvey, Martina Topley-Bird, and longtime Massive Attack conspirator Horace Andy. More

Broadcast, of Montreal, Atlas Sound to Play Fun Fun Fun Fest

Aug 26, 2009

The fourth annual Fun Fun Fun Fest (that's a whole lot of fun, but here at Under the Radar we prefer to have fun fun fun fun) will go down on November 7th and 8th at Waterloo Park in Austin, Texas. The fest's lineup has just been announced. Highlights include Broadcast, of Montreal, Atlas Sound, Fuck Buttons, Fucked Up, Yeasayer, Les Savy Fav, Crystal Castles, Mission of Burma, Ratatat, Why?, No Age, Destroyer, HEALTH, Jesus Lizard, and Shearwater. More

Soulsavers Announce U.S. Tour Dates

Aug 26, 2009

British production duo Rich Machin and Ian Glover form the core of Soulsavers, but Screaming Trees vocalist and sometime Isobel Campbell collaborator Mark Lanegan sings all over their new album, Broken. Now Soulsavers are planning on taking Broken on the road with a U.S. tour. Live, the band features Machin, Lanegan, Red Ghost, Martyn LeNoble, and Rich Warren (who also plays with Spiritualized). More

Fever Ray Single, Special Edition In the Works

Aug 26, 2009

Fever Ray's self-titled debut has been out since March but it will continue leaving us creepy monochromatic presents well into fall. The Knife's Karin Dreijer Andersson is releasing her album's fourth(!) single, "Seven," on 12-inch and digital formats on October 5th in the U.K., courtesy of Rabid/Cooperative. (No word yet from Fever Ray's publicist on a U.S. release date.) Also, Fever Ray is getting one of those insta-reissues that everyone is clamoring for this year. More