At My Window

Feb 06, 2023 Web Exclusive By Matthew Berlyant For the 35th anniversary of Townes Van Zandt’s second-to-last full-length studio album released in his lifetime, 1987’s At My Window (originally released on Sugar Hill Records), Craft Recordings (with help from Sugar Hill) has put out a wonderful sounding and looking reissue that does this wonderful and […]

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Internal Working Model

Feb 06, 2023 Web Exclusive By Andy Von Pip Formerly of The Duke Spirit, UK singer/songwriter and musician Liela Moss releases her third solo album, Internal Working Model. The album—which features featuring guest appearances from Gary Numan, Jehnny Beth, and Dhani Harrison—is rich in soaring melodies and symbolism and might just be her best and […]

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The WAEVE — Stream the Debut Album From Rose Elinor Dougall and Graham Coxon’s New Band

Feb 03, 2023 By Mark Redfern Photography by Steve Gullick The WAEVE—a new duo consisting of Rose Elinor Dougall and Blur guitarist Graham Coxon—have released their self-titled debut album today via Transgressive. Now that it’s out you can stream the whole thing here. Listen below, followed by the band’s upcoming tour dates. Previously The WAEVE […]

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12 Best Songs of the Week: Black Belt Eagle Scout, Lael Neale, Caroline Polachek, Girl Ray, and More

Feb 03, 2023 By Mark Redfern Welcome to the fifth Songs of the Week of 2023. There were lots of strong contenders this week, the Top 7 is especially solid. We settled on a Top 12 this week. Don’t forget to check out our Top 100 Albums of 2022 list. In the past week or […]

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Angel Numbers

Feb 03, 2023 Web Exclusive By Andy Robbins Speaking to Under the Radar last year ahead of its release, Hamish Hawk described Angel Numbers as “as a gaze upwards with ideas of success, fame, ambition, and hoping.” As his new record finally sees the light of day, Hawk should be prepared for those ideas to […]

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Black Belt Eagle Scout Shares Video for New Song “Spaces” Featuring Her Parents and Announces Tour

Feb 02, 2023 By Mark Redfern Photography by Morningstar Angeline Black Belt Eagle Scout (aka Swinomish Indian Tribal Community-based singer/songwriter/guitarist Katherine Paul) is releasing a new album, The Land, The Water, The Sky, on February 10 via Saddle Creek. Now she has shared its fourth single, “Spaces,” via a music video. The affecting song features […]

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Heavy Heavy

Feb 02, 2023 Web Exclusive By Chris Thiessen Young Fathers are masters of chiaroscuro, commanding the darkness with frenetic percussion and pulsating electronics that drill deep into caverns until they find an opening and let a single beam of light flood the expanse. The spontaneously soulful trio glory in harmony through contrast, unity through eclecticism, […]

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Basketball Legend Craig Hodges on Phil Jackson, Kyrie Irving, and Life After the NBA

Feb 02, 2023 By Jake Uitti Web Exclusive Today, it’s widely acknowledged that the National Basketball Association (the NBA) is the most star-studded sports league in America, if not the world. From Julius “Dr. J” Erving to Magic Johnson and Larry Bird to Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, and Stephen Curry, the league is […]

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Eileen

Feb 02, 2023 By Kaveh Jalinous Web Exclusive William Oldroyd’s Eileen is a slow-paced, surprisingly twisty thriller built upon two great performances and a fascinating script. The film is an adaptation of famed author Ottessa Moshfegh’s novel of the same name. Set in 1960s Massachusetts, Oldroyd’s film centers around Eileen (Thomas McKenzie), a shy and […]

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Every Acre

Feb 01, 2023 Web Exclusive By Michelle Dalarossa On her third solo album, Every Acre, indie folk singer/songwriter H.C. McEntire confronts the uncomfortable and shapes it into something poignant and profound. The Durham, North Carolina musician is known for fronting the alt-Americana band Mount Moriah and working as a backup singer for Angel Olsen, but […]

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Scrapper

Feb 01, 2023 By Kaveh Jalinous Web Exclusive Charlotte Regan’s Scrapper is a formulaic yet effective story about a father’s and daughter’s quest to understand one another despite their stubborn natures. The film opens by introducing audiences to Georgie (Lola Campbell), a resourceful 12-year-old living alone after the recent death of her mother. Despite her […]

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The Tallest Man on Earth Announces New Album, Shares Video for New Song “Every Little Heart”

Feb 01, 2023 By Mark Redfern Photography by Stephan Vanfleteren The Tallest Man on Earth (aka Swedish musician Kristian Matsson) has announced a new album, Henry St., and shared its first single, “Every Little Heart,” via a music video. Henry St. is due out April 14 via ANTI-. Jeroen Dankers directed the video for “Every […]

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