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Starsailor Issue Statement On Working With Phil Spector

Apr 14, 2009 Starsailor

Britain’s Starsailor were the last band to work with Phil Spector, who was convicted yesterday of second degree murder for the death for Lana Clarkson. More

The Mars Volta to Release New Album

Apr 14, 2009 The Mars Volta

The Mars Volta has announced the release date of its fifth studio album, Octahedron. More

Coachella Set Times Finally Posted

Apr 14, 2009 Beirut

The set times for Coachella have finally been posted to the festival website. With a nerve-shattering 3 days to go, festival goers can finally agonize over conflicts, geography and meal times. More

Regina Spektor is Going Far

Apr 14, 2009 Regina Spektor

After a three-year wait, Regina Spektor is due to release her new album, Far, on June 23rd with Sire Records. More

Isn’t It A Lovely Night for the Decemberists?

Apr 14, 2009 The Decemberists

In support of their most epic release to date, The Decemberists have announced a bulk of the second leg of the “A Short Fazed Hovel” 2009 tour. More

Under the Radar Announces its Spring Issue

Apr 11, 2009 Akron/Family

Under the Radar‘s Spring Issue will be hitting stands soon. Bat For Lashes’ Natasha Khan graces the cover and the issue features an in-depth nine-page interview with Khan that traces the long road to her amazing new album Two Suns. More

Join Under the Radar on Twitter and Facebook

Apr 11, 2009

We’ve given in and just joined Twitter. To get the latest updates about what’s going on with Under the Radar and undertheradarmag.com, follow us on Twitter here: www.twitter.com/Under_Radar_Mag More

PETA Requests Pet Shop Boys Change Name

Apr 10, 2009 Pet Shop Boys

The European branch of PETA has a strange request for British band The Pet Shop Boys. Would they consider changing their band name to “The Rescue Shelter Boys?” More

Noah and the Whale announce new U.S. tour dates

Apr 09, 2009 Noah and the Whale

The London-based quartet Noah and the Whale have announced a string of new U.S. tour dates to happen in the wake of the band’s Coachella appearance on April 17th. More