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Flip These Houses Midterms Benefit Features Spoon, Superchunk, The Hold Steady, and More

New York Show Includes Ted Leo; Michael Shannon; and Members of Sonic Youth, Nada Surf, The Walkmen, and More

Aug 29, 2018

Flip These Houses is a benefit concert on September 28th at the Knockdown Center in Queens, NY. Its purpose is to encourage people to vote Democratic in this November’s midterm elections. More

Dec 04, 2017

Ted Leo self-released a new album, The Hanged Man, back in September. Now he has stopped by NPR’s offices to perform three songs as a Tiny Desk Concert. More

Under the Radar Announces Fall 2017 Issue with Julien Baker on the Cover

Issue 62 Also Includes Interviews with Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile, The Horrors, Wolf Alice, Jessie Ware, King Krule, and Much More

Oct 20, 2017

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of our Fall 2017 Issue, which is out now digitally via Under the Radar’s app and the magazine app Readly. The print version has shipped out to subscribers and stores and will be on all newsstands soon (as well as available soon digitally via the magazine app Zinio). The issue features Julien Baker on the cover. More

Watch: Ted Leo - “Can’t Go Back” Video

The Hanged Man Due Out This Friday

Sep 06, 2017

Ted Leo is self-releasing a new album, The Hanged Man, this Friday (September 8). Previously he shared the album’s first two singles, “You’re Like Me” and “Can’t Go Back.” Now “Can’t Go Back” has a video. More


Protest: Ted Leo

Rocking Against Mansplaining

Dec 01, 2017

A volunteer for a transgender help hotline. A young black woman struggling with the facets of race in America. Patrons at an Orlando, Florida venue with a proud rainbow logo on the door. More


Sep 08, 2017

Though he released a self-titled album with Aimee Mann under the name The Both back in 2014, Ted Leo has been unusually quiet this decade. For an artist who released an album every few years and toured relentlessly in the ‘90s with his band Chisel and then in the ‘00s with his backing band The Pharmacists, his absence was striking. More