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Garbage Announce New Album, Share Video for New Song “The Men Who Rule the World”

No Gods No Masters Due Out June 11 via Stunvolume/Infectious Music

Mar 30, 2021

Garbage have announced a new album, No Gods No Masters, which will be out on June 11 via Stunvolume/Infectious Music. The band has also shared a video for the album’s lead single, “The Men Who Rule the World,” which was directed by Chilean visual artist Javi.MiAmor. More

The National Announce Homecoming 2020 Lineup, Will Perform “High Violet” in Full

Local Natives, Patti Smith, Jay Som, Japanese Breakfast, Phosphorescent, Hamilton Leithauser, and More

Nov 20, 2019

The National have announced the lineup to their 2020 Homecoming festival and that they will be performing their 2010 album High Violet in its entirety both nights of the festival. More

Aug 12, 2015

Last weekend Katowice, Poland hosted the tenth annual edition of OFF Festival. More

Dec 11, 2014

The Way Out West 2015 lineup continues to grow. More

Jan 22, 2014

We all knew that covering Rihanna was a music industry past time (eh, Zola Jesus, Low, and Jessie Ware?) But who knew that Patti Smith would be so good at it? More

“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Announces Full Soundtrack Details

Featuring The National, Of Monsters and Men, Patti Smith and More

Sep 26, 2013

We already knew that Coldplay and The National were slated to appear on Catching Fire, the next installment of The Hunger Games film series. Now we can add a few other additional Under the Radar friendly artists to the list, including Anthony and the Johnsons, Phantogram, The Weeknd, and more. More

Dec 20, 2012

How to you get to Carnegie Hall? Pratice Pratice!...and be on the lineup for Tibet House US benefit concert. More


Jun 08, 2012

“We danced naked as they baptized in the rain of the new world,” Patti Smith incants at the denouement of “Amerigo,” the opening number of her 11th proper studio album Banga. The track’s a gentle clarion call, a pensive, gently sawing mid-tempo ballad, intimating the metaphysical in a manner akin to “Dancing Barefoot,” Smith’s classic from 1978’s Wave. But this album never panders to cheap nostalgia. More