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Elizabeth Fraser’s Moses EP Now Available Digitally

Dec 10, 2009 Elizabeth Fraser

Rough Trade has just announced the release Elizabeth Fraser’s solo EP Moses (now available digitally). Voice of the Cocteau Twins, Fraser’s solo EP is dedicated to her dear friend and once-band mate Jake Drake-Brockman who passed away earlier this year. Moses is available now via iTunes and on vinyl January 26, 2010.

Who’s on Under the Radar’s Best of the Decade Cover? Jenny Lewis is.

Dec 10, 2009 Atlas Sound

Under the Radar‘s Best of the Decade Issue will be hitting stores on December 18th. The cover features five notable indie musicians from different bands all photographed together. Every day this week we will be revealing a different cover artist until the final cover is revealed this Friday.

Under the Radar Needs Marketing/Sales Interns

Dec 10, 2009

Under the Radar, a nationally-distributed indie music magazine, is seeking a marketing/sales intern to help accommodate our continued growth.

Tron Legacy Poster Reveled

Dec 09, 2009

Tron Legacy—sequel to classic 1982 film Tron—now has a poster, as revealed by HeyUGuys! The poster features a dazzling look into Tron‘s cyber world. Daft Punk is scoring the film.

We Were Promised Jetpacks Headline U.S. Tour

Dec 09, 2009 We Were Promised Jetpacks

Edinburgh-based trio We Were Promised Jet Packs is embarking on their first ever headlining American Tour. We have the dates.

Jason Lytle Catches the Christmas Spirit on Free EP

Dec 09, 2009 Jason Lytle

Ex-Granddaddy front man Jason Lytle is getting into the holiday spirit, releasing a Christmas EP though his bandcamp website for the very un-grinchy price of…free!

OutKast’s Andre 3000 and Big Boi Announce Solo Projects, Potential New OutKast Album

Dec 09, 2009 OutKast

Big Boi and Andre 3000 are striking out on their own. But don’t despair OutKast fans—the time apart isn’t permanent. There might be a new OutKast album on the way in 2010.

Fucked Up Release All-Star “Do they Know It’s Christmas?” Cover

Dec 09, 2009 Vampire Weekend

Canadian band Fucked Up is leading the Christmas charge. With the help of a few friends (including comedian David Cross, Broken Social Scene’s Kevin Drew, Kyp Malone of TV on the Radio, Yo La Tengo, Bob Mould of Husker Du, Tegan & Sara, and Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend) they’ve released an updated version of 1980s classic “Do They Know It’s Christmas?”

Cymbals Eat Guitars Plot U.S. Spring Tour

Dec 09, 2009 Cymbals Eat Guitars

Brooklyn band Cymbals Eat Guitars is hitting the road in support of their debut, Why Are There So Many Mountains. In addition to closing out their year with three dates in Spain, they’ll be launching a full-scale U.S. tour in March. Bear In Heaven Is slated to support. We have the dates.