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Premiere: Painted Palms Mixtape (SXSW Party Edition)

Under the Radar’s Three SXSW Parties Begin Next Wednesday, March 12

Mar 10, 2014

Under the Radar’s three SXSW parties begin this Wednesday, March 12. In the spirit of the event, we asked a few of the bands performing to contribute to our mixtape series. Here’s one from Painted Palms. More

Premiere: The Mary Onettes Mixtape (SXSW Party Edition)

Under the Radar’s Three SXSW Parties Begin Next Wednesday, March 12

Mar 07, 2014

Under the Radar’s three SXSW parties begin next Wednesday, March 12. In the spirit of the event, we asked a few of the bands performing to contribute to our mixtape series. Sure The Mary Onettes have already contributed one awesome entry to the series, but we couldn’t help going in for another round. More

Premiere: THUMPERS Mixtape (SXSW Party Edition)

Under the Radar’s Three SXSW Parties Begin Next Wednesday, March 12

Mar 05, 2014

Under the Radar’s three SXSW parties begin next Wednesday, March 12. In the spirit of the event, we asked a few of the bands performing to contribute to our mixtape series. Here’s one from London-based “Pleased to Meet You” duo THUMPERS.

Under the Radar’s Three SXSW Day Parties to Feature Charli XCX, EMA, Future Islands, and Many More

Lineups Also Includes We Were Promised Jetpacks, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Yamantaka//Sonic Titan, Connan Mockasin, Arthur Beatrice, Gruff Rhys, The Mary Onettes, Small Black, Thumpers, Woman's Hour, and Others

Feb 28, 2014

Under the Radar magazine is excited to reveal the full lineups, poster, and set times for our three SXSW 2014 day parties, taking place on Wednesday, March 12, Thursday, March 13, and Friday, March 14. Lineups include Charli XCX, EMA, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Future Islands, Connan Mockasin, We Were Promised Jetpacks, The Mary Onettes, Small Black, Thumpers, Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, Arthur Beatrice, Gruff Rhys, Woman’s Hour, and many others. More




Reviews

Mar 19, 2014

We begin this recap of SXSW 2014 with a classic caveat: It’s not you, it’s me. Really. More