Digital Version of Under the Radar’s Best of 2011 Issue Contains 100 Pages of Bonus Content

Additional Bonus Interviews With: Future Islands, Metronomy, Zola Jesus and More

Mar 10, 2012 Bookmark and Share


Just a reminder that the not-to-be-missed digital version of Under the Radar’s “Best of 2011” issue (available for Mac, PC, iPad, and Android via Zinio here) includes the same articles that appear in the printed version—plus 100 extra pages of editorial content not found in the print edition. Included are extra photos of BeirutBon IverThe HorrorsM83Slow ClubSummer Camp, and tUnE-yArDs. The digital version features exclusive bonus interviews with Big Black DeltaFuture IslandsHooray for EarthLanterns on the LakeMetronomyThe Pains of Being Pure at HeartReal EstateThe War on DrugsWild Flag, and Zola Jesus.

The digital issue also features a section where artists look back on the career and impact of R.E.M., featuring reminiscences from PJ Harvey, as well as members of The Drums, Interpol, PavementOkkervil River, and Veronica Falls.

The digital version includes additional 2011 artist surveys from: The BeesBody LanguageCanyonsCom TruiseComet GainEsben and the WitchFitz and the TantrumsForest FireGayngsIceageKorallreven,Lanterns on the LakeLoney DearLost in the TreesMirahKathryn Calder of The New PornographersPlants and AnimalsZach Rogue of Release the Sunbird and Rogue WaveRewardsSmall BlackThe Twilight SadWavvesWeekendWhen Saints Go Machine, and Xiu Xiu.

We also have bonus survey answers from: !!!Art BrutCamera ObscuraClap Your Hands Say YeahDale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.The DearsThe DrumsThe HorrorsMarissa NadlerOkkervil River, and Vivian Girls.

Selected quotes from the digital issue:

“There’s so much shit that you don’t know, that I don’t know. People were convinced the Earth was flat. Convinced!” – Big Black Delta's Jonathan Bates 

“With In Evening Air, all those songs are about the same girl—the anger and hurt after breaking up with somebody.” – Future Islands' Samuel T. Herring 

“One time we hired a boathouse by the river and had visuals and different things going on and made it quite a special experience coming to see us live.” – Lanterns on the Lake's Hazel Wilde 

“When I was making music and fucking around with singing and living in the countryside, I never imagined that one day I would be the singer in a band.” – Metronomy's Joseph Mount

“I think deep down every band wants to have a really big deli plate in their dressing room.” – The Pains of Being Pure at Heart's Kip Berman 

“Mary [Timony] has this wonderfully mysterious, ethereal quality to her, and I think part of that mysteriousness comes with its own form of clumsiness.” – Wild Flag's Carrie Brownstein 

“I get upset when I hear a record I really like and I realize the things that I like about it weren’t done by the person whose face is on the record.” - Zola Jesus' Nika Roza Danilova 

Under the Radar's print edition is distributed across the USA and Canada on newsstands, in independent record and book stores, and at such chains as Barnes & Noble, Hastings, and Books-A-Million. Click here for an interactive map of U.S. stores that carry Under the Radar, just enter your zipcode to find a store near you. And click here for an interactive map of Canadian stores that carry Under the Radar. 

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