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S. Carey Shares New Song “Waking Up” (Plus Live Performance Video)

Break Me Open Due Out April 22 via Jagjaguwar

Mar 09, 2022

S. Carey has shared a new song, “Waking Up.” It is the latest release from his forthcoming album, Break Me Open, which will be out on April 22 via Jagjaguwar. More

Feb 10, 2022

S. Carey has announced the release of a new album, Break Me Open, which will be out on April 22 via Jagjaguwar. He has also shared a video for the album’s lead single and title track in addition to announcing a tour. More

The Antlers’ Peter Silberman Covers The Flaming Lips for “Our First 100 Days” Anti-Trump Project

Plus Listen to Songs by Meat Wave, S. Carey, Entrance, and Joan of Arc

Jan 31, 2017

“Our First 100 Days” is a new anti-President Donald Trump project. The good folks behind the “30 Days, 30 Songs” anti-Trump campaign during the election have teamed up with Secretly Group for “Our First 100 Days.” More

Premiere: S. Carey Mixtape (Le Guess Who? Edition)

Le Guess Who? May Day is Saturday May 24 in Utrecht, Netherlands

May 07, 2014

Three things that Under the Radar really really loves: Music festivals, mixtapes, and S. Carey. They all come together in this entry into our Le Guess Who? mixtape series. (Lucky us!) More

Mar 26, 2014

S. Carey’s lush new album Range of Light is due out April 1 on Jagjaguwar. More



Interviews

S. Carey on Fatherhood and His New Album “Break Me Open”

Vulnerable, Personal, and Ready for the Next Chapter

Apr 20, 2022

There’s a certain eerie vulnerability present in every second of S. Carey’s music. While some of that musical ambience can be attributed to his on-record identity—using only the first letter of his first name, Sean, in his stage name lends some mystique to his persona—his soft-spoken vocal delivery, layered harmonies, and scrupulous attention to detail all contribute heartily to a divine atmosphere that goes beyond that of a traditional folk singer/songwriter. But, in his words, there is still much work to be done, especially when it comes to the expression of his own emotions. More


Reviews

Mar 05, 2015

Bon Iver was never simply the work of Justin Vernon. While he may have been the mastermind behind the collective, For Emma Forever Ago and Bon Iver wouldn’t be the truly unique albums they are if it wasn’t for the help of some of Vernon’s Wisconsin friends. More