Premiere: Shirley Hurt Shares New Single “Charioteer”

Nov 30, 2022 By Caleb Campbell Photography by Alicia Owen Rising indie singer/songwriter Shirley Hurt debuted early this year with a pair of expansive roadworn tracks, “Empty Hands” and “Problem Child,” introducing the compelling world explored in Hurt’s forthcoming self-titled debut album. Largely written on a months-long road trip through the American West Coast, Hurt […]

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Under the Radar Presents: “Why Not Both” Podcast Featuring Elias Rønnenfelt of Iceage

Nov 30, 2022 By Laura Studarus Behold, another Why Not Both Wednesday! Every week, in partnership with Why Not Both podcast, we’ll be presenting new podcast episodes that explore how multiple passions inform the inspiring lives of musicians, writers, actors, and creatives. Between wild adventures on Russian trains and music fans with machetes, Elias Rønnenfelt […]

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Lavender

Nov 29, 2022 Web Exclusive By Caleb Campbell In the waning days of fall, as the weather gets colder and the last of the leaves drift from the trees, there’s a bittersweet nostalgic beauty to be found in the ending of the year and the beginning of a new one. It is easy to turn […]

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The WAEVE (Rose Elinor Dougall + Graham Coxon) Share Video for New Song “Kill Me Again”

Nov 29, 2022 By Mark Redfern Photography by Steve Gullick The WAEVE—a new duo consisting of Rose Elinor Dougall and Blur guitarist Graham Coxon—are releasing their self-titled debut album on February 3, 2023 via Transgressive. Now they have shared the album’s third single, “Kill Me Again,” which is led by Coxon’s vocals and saxophone playing. […]

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Premiere: Mission Spotlight Share New Single “Miss You (For Grant)”

Nov 29, 2022 By Caleb Campbell Portland-based four-piece Mission Spotlight make plaintive and sincere offerings at the intersection of folk and plaintive alt country. The band most recently returned with their 2018 record, Remember the Time, followed by their latest single, “Precious Memories.” Today, the band are back with another new release, “Miss You (For […]

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My Policeman

Nov 28, 2022 By Greg Hyde Web Exclusive Brighton, a small city on England’s southern coast, has had a considerable LGBTQIA+ population for a long time now, as far back as the 19th century, but for much of that time, members of this community have had to keep their activities and identities secret from the […]

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Spiders in the Rain

Nov 28, 2022 Issue #70 – My Favorite Movie (Sharon Van Etten and Ezra Furman) By Chris Drabick There are two versions of the band Wand. There was the earlier, skronky, guitar-based, metal-adjacent Wand, and the newer, art rock, more arranged version that now exists. Listeners are able to celebrate a decidedly scuzzy version of […]

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EO

Nov 26, 2022 By Blaise Radley Web Exclusive For better or worse (and it’s mostly worse), much of the 21st Century cinematic landscape has been defined by an urge to recycle IP. Straight remakes gave way to reboots, gave way to legacy sequels, gave way to whatever wicked multiverse ploy Disney has planned next. But […]

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