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Under the Radar

Under the Radar

Issue 66

Under the Radar is obsessed with music. We're dedicated to breaking new bands and checking-in with our favorite established artists through our in-depth articles and eye-catching original photography. Each issue also contains a ridiculous number of reviews--all the better to help you find your new favorite album, film, TV show, book, comic book or video game.

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5 min.
letter from the editor

Picking an all-time favorite album is a difficult endeavor. I know, because I have spent the last three months mulling it over. I imagine it might be akin to choosing your favorite child, although I only have the one and can devote all my paternal love and guidance to my amazing daughter. It’s best to just go with your gut. What’s the first LP that comes to mind? I narrowed it down fairly quickly to three choices—Suede’s Dog Man Star, Pulp’s Different Class, and Spiritualized’s Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space—before settling on initial frontrunner Dog Man Star. An album usually becomes a favorite because of the personal circumstances surrounding it and often seems to be albums first heard in childhood, the teenage years, or your early 20s. Perhaps…

2 min.
staff’s all-time favorite albums

Mark Redfern (Publisher/Senior Editor) 1. Suede: Dog Man Star 2. Pulp: A Different Class 3. Spiritualized: Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space 4. The Dears: No Cities Left 5. Marvin Gaye: What’s Going On 6. Primal Scream: Screamadelica 7. R.E.M.: Automatic for the People 8. The Verve: A Northern Soul 9. Super Furry Animals: Rings Around the World 10. Lush: Split 11. Camera Obscura: Let’s Get Out of This Country 12. Radiohead: OK Computer 13. David Bowie: Low 14. The Divine Comedy: Cassanova 15. Doves: Lost Souls Matt Fink (Senior Writer) 1. The Beatles: The Beatles (aka The White Album 2. Pavement: Wowee Zowee 3. The Kinks: Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the English Empire) 4. Sparks: Kimono My House 5. Danielson Famile: Fetch the Compass Kids Mike Hilleary (Staff Writer) 1. Passion Pit: Gossamer 2. The National: High Violet 3. Vampire Weekend: Vampire Weekend 4. Weezer: Weezer (Blue Album) 5. The Beatles:…

3 min.
under the radar 66 a digital sampler!

1. ANGEL OLSEN “All Mirrors” All Mirrors Jagjaguwar 2. HATCHIE “Unwanted Guest” Keepsake Double Double Whammy/Heavenly/Ivy League 3. ANNA MERIDITH “Paramour” FIBS Black Prince Fury 4. THE DIVINE COMEDY “Philip and Steve’s Furniture Removal Company” Office Politics Divine Comedy 5. ROSE ELINOR DOUGALL “Christina In Red” A New Illusion Republic of Music 6. WEYES BLOOD “Something to Believe” Titanic Rising Sub Pop 7. WHITNEY “Valleys (My Love)” Forever Turned Around Secretly Canadian 8. SLEATER-KINNEY “Can I Go On” The Center Won’t Hold Mom + Pop 9. ELECTRIC YOUTH “ARAWA” Memory Emotion Watts Arcade Inc./ Last Gang 10. AMASON “Marry Me Just For Fun” Galaxy I INGRID/Amasonason 11. BLANCK MASS “No Dice” Animated Violence Mild Sacred Bones 12. LOWER DENS “I Drive” The Competition Domino Recording Co 13. BLACK BELT EAGLE SCOUT “My Heart Dreams” At the Party With My Brown Friends Saddle Creek…

4 min.
tegan and sara

In January of 2018, when Tegan and Sara finished the tour and promotion for the band’s eighth album, Love You to Death, the Quin sisters were confronted with the question of what to do next. After tinkering with the idea of doing a podcast, their managers suggested that they write a book. The Canadian identical twins already had a book agent who was hankering for copy, so Tegan and Sara embarked upon the process of what would become High School, a memoir which, as its title suggest, examines the high school trials, tribulations, and eventual artistic awakening of Tegan and Sara the artists. “Probably the vast majority of people have no interest in revisiting their high school years, which makes sense,” says Sara. “And probably if the origin story of the…

2 min.
tegan quin

The reason why I would choose Bruce Springsteen and that live record in particular is because that was really the first adult music that I loved. We always had music playing in the house. I loved Sinéad O’Connor, and I loved Phil Collins, and I loved all the stuff my parents listened to in the ’80s, but I think when my stepdad came into our lives we were eight years old and Bruce—our stepdad’s name is Bruce—had such an effect on Sara and I. We cut our hair short. We got one ear pierced just like him. And Bruce Springsteen was just his favorite, but U2 as well, and these became staples in our house. They played at all times in the house, at all times in the car, we…

2 min.
sara quin

I’m so uncomfortable when people ask me what my favorite anything is. I don’t think of myself as being a fair weather person, but I do think that as I grow and I change and I learn, that things become vastly different and more or less valuable to me based on where I am in my season or my life. So I’m always afraid to pick one album because I just truly, truly don’t have one. Actually, I was saying to our publicist, whenever people do the Desert Island question—“What album would you take to a desert island?”—I feel like if I’m going to a desert island together, I’m taking nothing. I don’t want an album. I’ll get sick of it. If I’m going to go crazy, it’s going to be…