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Georgia Anne Muldrow on Her New Album “Vweto III”

May 21, 2021 Web Exclusive

Black Lives Matter isn’t merely a worthy cause for Georgia Anne Muldrow. It’s instead the bare minimum, says the socially conscious alt-R&B Grammy nominee. “We can begin to not only advocate for Black people, but to adore them. Not just Black Lives Mattering,” Muldrow tells Under the Radar over Zoom ahead of the release of her new album, Vweto III (which is out today). More

Cautious Clay on His Upcoming New Album “Deadpan Love”

May 11, 2021 Web Exclusive

Joshua Karpeh—better known by his stage name, Cautious Clay—has the voice of an angel. His music is blissful, caring. It’s not concerned with flash and frivolity. Rather, it’s personal and exists independently, outside trend (though admittedly it is rather popular and likely only going to become more so). More

Interview: Mario Van Peebles on the Legacy of His Father’s “Story of a Three-Day Pass”

May 07, 2021 Web Exclusive

Mario Van Peebles spoke with us about restoring his father’s debut feature, his thoughts on its genesis, and the lessons he’s taken from his dad into his own, celebrated career as a multi-hyphenate director. More

The Anchoress on “The Art of Losing”

Apr 09, 2021 Web Exclusive

The Anchoress released her eagerly anticipated second album, The Art of Losing, last month to widespread critical acclaim, so Under the Radar sat down with its creator Catherine Anne Davies for one of her most candid interviews to date. More

John Carpenter on “Lost Themes III: Alive After Death”

Feb 10, 2021 Web Exclusive

John Carpenter wants us all to get lost. But hold on: this isn’t the curmudgeonly gramps sitting on the back porch-equivalent of telling you to get lost. Nowadays, you can take those words verbatim from the film legend and composer. Like the previous installments of Carpenter’s Lost Themes albums, Lost Themes III: Alive After Death exists to help you let your imagination run rampant. More

Caroline Williams on “Ten Minutes to Midnight”

Jan 22, 2021 Web Exclusive

In Ten Minutes to Midnight, Williams plays Amy Marlowe, a late-night DJ at a tiny but well-loved radio station, who finds herself somewhat unexpectedly nearing the end of her long career. More

Puloma Basu and Rob Hatch-Miller on Their “Other Music” Documentary

Nov 25, 2020 Rob Hatch-Miller

In such cloistered times, a geographical myopia begins to appear. Though the record store was once a habitual oasis in the incessant tide of activity that animates our lives, it has been an increasingly distant retreat, vanishing behind the lines of gentrification, monopolization, streaming, and global health crises. More

Paris Berelc on “Hubie Halloween,” Modeling, Disney, and Her Career Family

Nov 06, 2020 Web Exclusive

Paris Berelc lights up the screen. Whether the 21-year-old actor is working on a Disney show with one of her bright young co-stars or whether she’s showcasing her luminescent talents in a movie like Netflix’ Hubie Halloween with Adam Sandler and China Anne McClain, Berelc is one of the fast-rising on-screen performers of the 2020s. More