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Dec 04, 2017

Cults (the duo of Madeline Follin and Brian Oblivion) released a new album, Offering, back in October via Sinderlyn. Now they have shared a new track, “I Got Your Message.” It’s a cover of a song by Hideout, who has been opening for Cults on tour and is fronted by Cults’ touring member Gabriel Rodriguez (it was the opening track to Hideout’s So Many Hoops, So Little Time album, released earlier this year). More

Jul 02, 2012

Early this morning Girls frontman Christopher Owens took to Twitter announcing that he is leaving the band. More

Watch: Girls Play “Conan”

Perform "Love Is Like a River"

Apr 19, 2012

After debuting their music video of “My Ma” on the program’s website a while back, San Francisco ensemble Girls stopped by the set of Conan in person last night, performing the track “Love is Like a River” from last year’s Father, Son, Ghost Holy. More

Watch: Girls - “My Ma” Video

In the Sunset of Life

Feb 27, 2012

L.A. duo Girls have premiered an introspective music video for their Father, Son, Holy Ghost track “My Ma.” More

Watch: Girls Play “I Will Always Love You”

Pay Tribute to Whitney Houston

Feb 13, 2012

Over the weekend while performing at the Laneway Festival in Singapore, Girls frontman Christopher Owens paid tribute to the late Whitney Houston by starting a low-key sing-a-long of “I Will Always Love You” with the crowd. More

Girls Announce U.S. Tour

Joined by Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Jan 17, 2012

Girls have announced a series of U.S. tour dates starting in March and ending with an appearance at this year’s Coachella festival. More

Nov 29, 2011

Girls recently stepped up to play for web series, “For No One.” We have the video. More

Girls Release Tour Diary

Chronicles Their Most Recent Tour

Oct 12, 2011

Christopher Owens of San Francisco band Girls, has released a tour diary of his adventures while touring in support for their latest album, Father, Son, Holy Ghost. More

Watch: Girls - “Honey Bunny” Video

Father, Son, Holy Ghost out now

Sep 20, 2011

San Francisco indie rockers Girls have unveiled a sun-soaked music video for their track “Honey Bunny.” More

Girls Visit “Jimmy Fallon”

Perform "Honey Bunny" and "My Ma"

Sep 14, 2011

Last night Girls stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to play two tracks off their recently released sophomore album Father, Son, Holy Ghost. More

Girls Stream New Album

"Father, Son, Holy Ghost" Out Sept. 13

Sep 06, 2011

With their upcoming sophomore LP Father, Son, Holy Ghost scheduled for release next week, San Francisco’s Girls have to decided to give fans an early listen online. More

Austin’s Fun Fun Fun Festival 2011 Lineup Announced

M83, Lykke Li, Odd Future, Reggie Watts, Passion Pit, and More

Aug 02, 2011

Today Austin’s Fun Fun Fun Festival announced the lineup for this year’s event, taking place November 4 - 6. More

Jul 21, 2011

Leading up to the release of their forthcoming sophomore album Father, Son, Holy Ghost on Sept. 13, San Francisco natives Girls have unveiled the first bit of work from the studio sessions with the track “Vomit.” More

Girls Announce North American Tour

In Support of Forthcoming Father, Son, Holy Ghost

Jul 11, 2011

Girls have announced a tour in support of forthcoming album, Father, Son, Holy Ghost, due out September 13 via True Panther Sounds. More

Jul 07, 2011

San Francisco’s Girls have triumphantly emerged from the studio with a full-length’s worth of new tracks in hand. We have the details. More

Jul 05, 2011

San Francisco duo Girls have released a widget that sporadically shows what seems to be like song titles from their next album. More

FYF Festival Line-up Announced

Broken Social Scene, Explosions in the Sky, Death From Above 1979, Girls, No Age and More

Jun 15, 2011

FYF has announced its 2011 lineup. The festival will take place in downtown Los Angeles on Labor Day weekend, Saturday September 3. More

Matador Records’ 21st Birthday Party in Vegas to Feature Guided By Voices Original Lineup

Other “Attendees” Include Pavement, Sonic Youth, Bell & Sebastian, and Cat Power

Jun 30, 2010

In the grand tradition of 21-year-olds everywhere, Matador Records is heading to Las Vegas to celebrate their 21st birthday October 1-3rd. We have the impressive birthday concert lineup. More

Phoenix, Pavement, and Vampire Weekend All to Headline Hollywood Bowl This Summer

Openers Include: Grizzly Bear, Sonic Youth, and Beach House

Apr 23, 2010

Didn’t catch every band at Coachella you were hoping to see? Never fear! This summer, Hollywood Bowl is hosting several Under the Radar-friendly bands, including Vampire Weekend, Phoenix, and Pavement. We have the dates. More

All Tomorrow’s Parties NY Announces Additional Line-up

Under the Radar Favorites Avi Buffalo, Sonic Youth, and Vivian Girls Slated to Play

Mar 25, 2010

All Tomorrow’s Parties NY is set to take place September 3rd though the 5th at Kutsher’s Country Club in Monticello New York. The third day of the event will be guest curated by filmmaker Jim Jarmusch who has handpicked favorites SUNN O))) and Hope Sandoval among others to perform. Meanwhile, September 3rd is “Don’t Look Back” day, where musicians perform classic albums in full. We have the line up. Other recent additions include Tortoise, Avi Buffalo, Bardo Pond, BEAK>, Dungen, and others. More


Sep 16, 2011

“They don’t like my bony body/they don’t like my dirty hair,” Girls vocalist Christopher Owens sulks on “Honey Bunny,” and it’s already clear the band’s not doing much to change their image as mainstays of the American Apparel ad school of music. More

Mar 31, 2009

Day two of SXSW for us began where day one ended, at the Central Presbyterian Church. The night before we had seen there the appealing trio of Department of Eagles, St. Vincent, and Camera Obscura. This night we also saw three bands at the venue, but only one was great. As we had missed M. Ward the night before at the same venue by not allowing enough time to navigate the long line, we were determined to arrive in plenty of time for Grizzly Bear’s 8:30 P.M. slot at the eMusic showcase. That meant that we had to sit through two other bands we had no interest in seeing, including one we’d never even heard of before. More