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Jun 08, 2018

The focus is on Scott Pruitt this week before we head off to international meetings, soccer tournaments, patriotic songs, and Ash. More

Ash Share New Song “Annabel”

Islands Due Out May 18 via Infectious Music/BMG

Apr 11, 2018

Northern Ireland’s Ash got their start in the mid ‘90s Britpop scene when they were just teenagers. 1994’s mini-album Trailer was followed by 1996’s debut full-length 1997 (which was titled after the birth year of two of its members and also a reference to the year Star Wars first came out, and thus even opened with the sound of a TIE fighter and climaxed with the track “Darkside Lightside”). More

Under the Radar’s 15th Anniversary: Ash’s “Free All Angels”

Celebrating Under the Radar's 15th Anniversary and the Best Albums of 2001

Jan 04, 2017

Under the Radar’s very first print issue came out in December 2001. In honor of our 15th Anniversary some of our writers are reflecting on some of their favorite albums (and movies and TV shows) from 2001. More

Ash Announce 20th Anniversary Of 1977

Shows In UK, Ireland, Europe & The US!

Jun 22, 2016

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of thier debut number 1 album 1977, northern Irish alternative rock band Ash have announced a special run of shows where the album will be played in it’s entirety and in sequence. More


Apr 19, 2023

Ash headlined the Cantina Star Wars Party earlier this month and Under the Radar was there to see it. More

Jul 26, 2019

Splendour has gradually established itself as one of the most eagerly anticipated events in the East Midlands of England since first opening its doors in 2008. Now in its eleventh year, the 2019 edition hosted the festival’s most mouth-watering line-up to date while breaking local records along the way. More

Jun 06, 2018

Northern Irish rockers Ash formed in 1992, releasing the first of what now amounts to seven albums in 1996. After a steady decline from the high point that was 2001’s Free All Angels, it was easy to assume time in the spotlight was done as each subsequent release spiraled closer to irrelevancy. More