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Coachella 2011: Day 3

Apr 21, 2011 By Michele Yamamoto Coachella Music & Arts Festival 2011

And finally…a third day redux. Pace yourselves—it’s all the Coachella coverage blogger Michele Yamamoto has until next year. More

Coachella 2011: Day 2

Apr 18, 2011 By Michele Yamamoto

Blog Editor Michele Yamamoto finally gets around to her recap of day two at Coachella. More

Coachella 2011: Day 1

Apr 16, 2011 By Michele Yamamoto Coachella 2011

Blog Editor Michele Yamamoto recaps her first day at Coachella 2011. More

Musical Explorations, or My Ever Shrinking Indie Cred

Feb 08, 2011 By Frank Valish Web Exclusive

In the second installment of the semi-regular musical exploration, this indie rock fan takes on former mainstream pop hit maker John Waite. And as usual, there is so much more to the story. More

Happy New Year, Liz Phair!

Jan 19, 2011 By Frank Valish Web Exclusive

It a brand new year, and in the spirit of new beginnings, the time seems right to revisit what was perhaps one of last year’s strangest releases, the latest album by Liz Phair. More

Exclusive The Phantom Band Tour Diary

Jan 13, 2011 By Laura Studarus Web Exclusive

The Phantom Band recently recorded an exclusive video tour diary for Under the Radar. More

Musical Explorations, or My Ever Shrinking Indie Cred

Dec 17, 2010 By Frank Valish Web Exclusive

For the first installment of what I hope will be many explorations of musics vast and diverse, this indie-rock fan takes on Rob Halford in Allentown, PA. The result: grime and auditory bludgeon. More

Wasted on the Youth Guest Blog: Suckers’ Quinn Walker on Playmaker Football

Nov 05, 2010 By Quinn Walker Web Exclusive

One of the most memorable gaming experiences I have growing up is the incomparable awesomeness of the play designing graphically challenged Playmaker Football. I would look forward to waking up early after a sleepover with my best friend George in order to sneak into his dad’s room after he had left for work, and spend hours constructing plays specifically aimed at demolishing the ones George had used on me the previous day. More

Emma Pollock on Tears For Fears’ The Hurting

Nov 04, 2010 By Emma Pollock Web Exclusive

When I was in my early teens, just starting high school, I was a huge fan of music, but listening mainly to chart music-Nik Kershaw, Duran Duran etc. I would sit religiously at the side of the radio every Sunday afternoon engrossed in the Top 40 chart rundown, singing along to the hits with the aid of inaccurate lyrics published by one of the popular teen magazines. More