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“Swan Song” director Todd Stephens reflects on his moving new film

Aug 06, 2021 Web Exclusive

It took a year-and-a-half for Todd Stephens to find the perfect person—in this case, the German actor Udo Kier—to play the protagonist of his latest feature film. The director of “Swan Song” recently spoke to us about why it was worth the wait for his heartfelt personal tribute. More

The End: Louis Forster of The Goon Sax

Jul 09, 2021 Web Exclusive

To end out the week, we ask Louis Forster of The Goon Sax some questions about endings and death. More

Sparks and Edgar Wright Dissect “The Sparks Brothers”

Jun 18, 2021 Web Exclusive

Ahead of The Sparks Brothers’ debut on June 18, Edgar Wright’s upcoming horror film Last Night in Soho, and Sparks’ own film, Annette, we spoke to the director and the band about the kind of documentary they wanted to make, the fun they had interviewing so many people, and how you sustain a career over five decades without drama. More

Wolf Alice on “Blue Weekend”

Jun 02, 2021 Issue #68 - Japanese Breakfast and HAIM (The Protest Issue)

When Wolf Alice stepped off stage at London’s Brixton Academy at the end of 2018, they left as a band with the world at their feet. More

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