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8 Best Songs of the Week: Bat For Lashes, MGMT, Sunday (1994), Bonny Light Horseman, and More

Plus Adrianne Lenker, Khruangbin, Drahla, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Feb 23, 2024

Welcome to the seventh Songs of the Week of 2024. This week Andy Von Pip, Caleb Campbell, Mark Moody, Scott Dransfield, and Stephen Humphries all helped me decide what should make the list. We settled on a Top 8 this week, narrowed down from the 20 songs we seriously considered. More

Leeds Art-Rockers Drahla Release New Single “Second Rhythm”

Upcoming Album angeltape Due Out April 5 via Captured Tracks

Feb 20, 2024

Leeds-based experimental rock band Drahla unveil their new single, “Second Rhythm,” the second offering from their highly anticipated sophomore album, angeltape. More

Drahla Announce New Album, Share New Single “Default Parody”

Sophomore Album angeltape Due Out April 5 via Captured Tracks

Jan 23, 2024

Leeds-based art-rock experimentalists Drahla have released a new single, “Default Parody,” along with news of a brand new album. More

Oct 08, 2018

Brooklyn-based indie record label Captured Tracks is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with a two-volume compilation featuring classic tracks, rarities, and unreleased tracks from Mac DeMarco, Wild Nothing (featuring Michelle Williams), The Soft Moon, and others. More




Reviews

Jun 14, 2023

Long Division opened its doors for the final time last weekend and Under the Radar was there to give it a good send off. More

Jun 08, 2023

Under the Radar will be at the last ever Long Division festival in Wakefield this weekend. Here’s 5 acts we’re most looking to seeing. More

Jun 12, 2019

Drahla love Sonic Youth. This is an unavoidable fact that looms over the Leeds three-piece’s debut album Useless Coordinates. But that obsession forms only one piece of a puzzle that creates an overall image of meticulously crafted, lovingly calculated, and vibrant post-punk. More