The Digital Version of Under the Radar’s 10th Anniversary Issue Features 70 Extra Pages of Content | Under the Radar | Music Blog for the Indie Music Magazine
Monday, July 15th, 2024  

The Digital Version of Under the Radar’s 10th Anniversary Issue Features 70 Extra Pages of Content

Includes Bonus Joanna Newsom vs. Robin Pecknold Interview, Plus Articles on The Dears, Dntel/The Postal Service, The Fiery Furnaces, of Montreal, Okkervil River, Saint Etienne, Elliott Smith, Sonic Youth, and more

Nov 23, 2011 Clinic Bookmark and Share

The digital version of Under the Radar‘s 10th Anniversary Issue includes the same articles that appear in the printed version—plus 70 extra pages of editorial content not found in the print version, including extra full page photos, 13 bonus articles, and 11 bonus reviews. While we certainly still encourage you to pick up the print version (on newsstands now), we also recommend checking out the digital version, which is viewable on your iPad, Mac, PC, and Android device and can be downloaded here.

The 10th Anniversary Issue’s digital version includes exclusive articles on Arab Strap, Clinic, The Dears, The Delgados, DNTEL/The Postal Service, The Fiery Furnaces, Mogwai, of Montreal, Okkervil River, Saint Etienne, and Sonic Youth. Each of those artists discuss one of their classic albums and most of the articles include previously unpublished photos from a classic Under the Radar photo shoot.

The digital issue also contains extensive bonus quotes and extra photos from the cover story conversation between Robin Pecknold of Fleet Foxes and Joanna Newsom, as well as extra quotes and photos from our in-depth Elliott Smith article.

Many articles also contain bonus photography, unpublished photos shot throughout Under the Radar’s 10-year history of such artists as Bat For Lashes, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Broadcast, Broken Social Scene, Camera Obscura, Elbow, The Flaming Lips, Grandaddy, Ladytron, Local Natives, Mew, Rilo Kiley, Super Furry Animals, and Tegan and Sara.

“He said, ‘Alex, you know what my biggest fear about death is? I know that when I die people will care and be sad. My biggest fear is that I’ll be forgotten a month later.’ I said, ‘Dude, you’ll never be forgotten.’ He said, ‘Well, you have a fear that no one will care. I’m telling you, people will care. My biggest fear is that a month later, I’ll be forgotten.’ And then we started cracking jokes. I think I pulled him out of it, and he definitely pulled me out of it.” - Alex Steininger on talking about suicide with Elliott Smith.

“The whole fairy wood child thing does get a little old, particularly because it doesn’t ring true, and so I feel fraudulent. I don’t like feeling like a fraud. But, beyond that, musically, it’s very unimportant to feel contemporary, to me. Ninety percent of what’s exciting to me in music was made before 1979.” - Joanna Newsom

“I want to make a record where I prefer people not just listen to one song. I prefer for people to be transported to a special place and have an emotional connection to the record. It’s asking a lot of a lot of people. It’s asking more than a lot of artists are, and I’m sure it’s going to turn a lot of people off for that reason, because they don’t want that from their music. They want music that’s immediate and disposable. But, for me, as an artist, I just wanted to make something that’s a bolder statement.” - of Montreal’s Kevin Barnes on the band’s next album, Paralytic Stalks.

“That record was made with one foot on either side of September 11th.” - Sonic Youth’s Lee Ranaldo on Murray Street.

“It’s sort of like if you have a bunch of people who all come from Delaware, and then they go all over the world and meet up again, and they’re like ‘Oh, yeah. We’re all from Delaware. Do you remember the state bird?’ It was like that. I felt like no matter how they ended up, they would have shared that same place that they come from. I was trying to write them all from the same place, which was [somewhere] that felt really deep and sad for me.” - Okkervil River’s Will Sheff on The Stage Names.

Buy now and read Under the Radar on your PC, Mac, Android, or iPad.

Subscribe to the digital magazine here

Buy the digital issue here

Subscribe to the print issue here

Buy the print issue here


Submit your comment

Name Required

Email Required, will not be published


Remember my personal information
Notify me of follow-up comments?

Please enter the word you see in the image below:

November 24th 2011

We wholesale formal dresses for wedding and casual dresses for party and destination.

October 24th 2012

Wham bam thank you, ma’am, my questions are anserwed!

October 24th 2012

I could read a book about this without fnidnig such real-world approaches!

October 24th 2012

That’s an astute asnwer to a tricky question