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Jun 10, 2024 Live Luke Combs

Country rock superstar Luke Combs played a sold out show in Salt Lake City last weekend and Under the Radar were in attendance


Charli XCX



Jun 07, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

On her sixth studio album, Charli XCX succeeds 2022’s phenomenal, if misinterpreted, Crash with a triumphant return to her boldly experimental roots.


Jun 06, 2024 Music Web Exclusive

There are some records, even enjoyable ones, that can almost feel like a chore to review, either because it’s hard to penetrate their essence or because it’s difficult to find things to say about them, but this is most definitely not one of those cases.


Jun 06, 2024 Live LCD Soundsystem Interpol Santigold Alvvays

Last month’s Kilby Block Party hosted a stellar line-up and Under the Radar were in attendance



Hulu, June 7, 2024

Jun 05, 2024 TV Web Exclusive

“Loud, brash, confrontational, bitchy,” is how the titular character in Queenie describes herself. That sounds intriguing, except that Dionne Brown, who plays Queenie, a Jamaican British 25-year-old woman working as a social media assistant at a London newspaper, delivers that description in “She’s Royal,” the sixth of eight episodes in the debut season of the series. By that point, Queenie has proved she is anything but those four descriptors.




Arts & Crafts

Jun 05, 2024 Music

Lapse is the first album of all-new material by cult slowcore group IDAHO in more than 13 years, a timespan in which most bands will either churn through several release cycles or implode in the process.


Jun 04, 2024 Live The Damned The Dictators

The Damned rolled back the years at Norwalk’s District Music Hall last month.


Jun 03, 2024 Live Jane’s Addiction Humanist

Jane’s Addiction finished their run of UK dates in Manchester on Sunday, with support from Humanist. Under the Radar photographer Geoff Shaw was there to capture all the highlights.


Jun 03, 2024 Live

Air brought their 25th anniversary tour for “Moon Safari” to London’s Royal Albert Hall last weekend