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Under the Radar Announces The ’90s Issue with The Cardigans and Thurston Moore on the Covers

Issue 72 Also Features Articles on Britpop and Shoegaze, As Well as Interviews with the Cast of Twin Peaks, Garbage, The Cranberries, Pavement, Lisa Loeb, Supergrass, Spiritualized, Gus Van Sant, Terry Gilliam, Lush, Blonde Redhead, and More

Apr 19, 2024

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of our new print issue, Issue 72, The ’90s Issue, which features interviews with musicians and film directors known for their work in that decade and has The Cardigans and Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth on the two covers. As well as articles on Britpop, shoegaze, and the TV show Twin Peaks (for which we spoke to much of the cast), the issue includes interviews with Garbage, The Cranberries, Pavement, Lisa Loeb, Supergrass, Spiritualized, Lush, Ride, Velocity Girl, Gus Van Sant, Penelope Spheeris, Terry Gilliam, Stereo MC’s, Semisonic, Blonde Redhead, Sleater-Kinney, and more. More

Oct 14, 2021

Governors Ball returned to New York City, setting up shop in Citi Field’s Parking lot and Under the Radar’s intrepid photographer Dana Pacifico was there to capture the scene. Check out her photos of Leon Bridges, Orville Peck, Billie Eilish, Kehlani, and more below. More

Orville Peck Shares Video for New Song “Summertime”

His First Release for Columbia Records

Apr 01, 2020

Mysterious masked country singer Orville Peck has shared a new song, “Summertime,” via a video for the track. It is Peck’s first single for Columbia Records (previously he was signed to Sub Pop, who released his debut album, Pony, in 2019). More



Interviews

Orville Peck on “Bronco”

Radical Self-Acceptance

Apr 07, 2022

Orville Peck’s Pony explored queerdom in country music in a fashion that inspired many to highlight the genre’s silenced chapters and marginalized voices. The masked wonder himself is also a walking paradox: his frilled guise actually allows him to sing songs as his truest, most candid self. Now signed to Sony Music, Peck’s three-chapter followup Bronco gives him means to carry out his artistic vision without restraint. More


Reviews

Apr 22, 2022

Country music has found itself in the middle of a reckoning. Though “stadium” and mainstream country will likely always be what it is (along with its unfortunate political trappings), artists who go against the grain are emerging on larger platforms. In a strange way, the timeline has folded—traditional sounds clash against modern production and pop sensibilities, and unique voices have stepped out of the woodwork. Amidst it all is Orville Peck: a flamboyant, gilded, South African cowboy with the vibrato of Roy Orbison and the charisma of Elvis. More

Oct 14, 2021

Governors Ball returned to New York City, setting up shop in Citi Field’s Parking lot and Under the Radar’s intrepid photographer Dana Pacifico was there to capture the scene. Check out her photos of Leon Bridges, Orville Peck, Billie Eilish, Kehlani, and more below. More