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Saturday, June 3rd, 2023  

May 29, 2023 Live Pernice Brothers

Pernice Brothers celebrated the 25th anniversary of debut album “Overcome By Happiness” with a commemorative show at New York’s Racket venue.


May 29, 2023 Live Mart Avi Chef The Rapper Bemz Zahir tAngerinecAt

Under the Radar went to Talinn Music Week and discovered a plethora of musical gems.


Arlo Parks

My Soft Machine


May 26, 2023 Music Web Exclusive

Mercury Prize winner Arlo Parks returns after a sea change with an anticipated sophomore album that doesn’t disappoint.


May 25, 2023 Music Web Exclusive

“They always said you must stay between the lines/Be easily defined/Or you’re wasting all your time,” sings Russell Mael on “It Doesn’t Have to Be That Way.”


May 24, 2023 Music Web Exclusive

Even odds that the opening notes of Everyone’s Crushed’s “Structure” were ripped from a shiny metal ball getting stuck in the pop bumpers of a Queen pinball machine long enough to unlock a play through of “Bohemian Rhapsody.”


May 24, 2023 Live Mickey Callisto Do Nothing Treeboy & Arc Pale Blue Eyes

Get Together held its third edition and first on Sheffield’s Kelham Island and Under the Radar had a whale of a time


RapCaviar Presents

Hulu, March 30, 2023

May 23, 2023 TV Web Exclusive

This bold six-part music docuseries elevates the way we talk about rap and hip hop and its accompanying culture. Taking its name from the Spotify playlist RapCaviar, the series acts as its companion tackling long overdue questions through the experience of a handful of the playlist’s most popular acts.


May 23, 2023 Live Prima Queen

Prima Queen are set to break through into mainstream territories this year, and Under the Radar were there to see them storm Guildford’s Boileroom last week.


May 23, 2023 Music Web Exclusive

Felt were sort of perfect. Helmed by one of alternative rock’s most interesting characters, the enigmatic Lawrence (full name Lawrence Hayward), they made 10 albums in 10 years and managed to encapsulate the sound of alternative music in the ’80s better than any band of their era.