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Under the Radar

Under the Radar October - November - December 2017

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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4 min.
letter from the editor

Under the Radar has always been a company 100% independently owned by my wife/co-publisher Wendy Redfern and myself. We don’t have a big corporate entity bankrolling us. We don’t run advertorials or sponsored content. We have kept our music journalism truly honest and written about the artists we are most passionate about. We have printed 62 issues in close to 16 years and kept a daily website going, with a smaller staff and lower budget than you’d probably imagine, all while raising our four-and-a-half year-old daughter Rose. Pitchfork is owned by publishing giant Condé Nast (who also publish Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ, and The New Yorker ). Stereogum is owned by Eldridge Industries (who also own Spin, Billboard, and The Hollywood Reporter ). Magnet is published by Red Flag Media,…

2 min.
staff’s favorite songs of the moment

Mark Redfern (Publisher/Senior Editor) 1. The Horrors: “Something to Remember Me By” 2. Wolf Alice: “Don’t Delete the Kisses” 3. King Krule: “Dum Surfer” 4. Jessie Ware: “Midnight” 5. Julien Baker: “Appointments” 6. Baxter Dury: “Porcelain” (feat. Rose Elinor Dougall) 7. Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile: “Over Everything” 8. Yumi Zouma: “December” 9. Alex Lahey: “Backpack” 10. Moses Sumney: “Quarrel” Matt Fink (Hip-Hop Editor/Staff Writer) 1. Mount Kimbie: “You Took Your Time” (feat. King Krule) 2. Deerhoof: “I Will Spite Survive” (feat. Jenn Wasner) 3. King Krule: “Czech One” 4. Julien Baker: “Appointments” 5. Sparks: “Missionary Position” Lily Moayeri (TV Editor/Staff Writer) 1. Tricky: “The Only Way” 2. Liam Gallagher: “Chinatown” 3. Black Grape: “Money Burns” 4. The Horrors: “Machine” 5. Cut Copy: “Black Rainbows” Stephen Mayne (Politics Editor/Staff Writer) 1. Benjamin Clementine: “Jupiter” 2. Destroyer: “La Regle du Jeu” 3. Hercules & Love Affair: “Fools Wear Crowns” 4. Nadine Shah: “2016” 5. The War on Drugs: “Nothing…

3 min.
a digital sampler!

Enter Code: 8fs5-oct17-hj9k 1. THE HORRORS “Something to Remember Me By” V Wolftone / Caroline www.thehorrors.co.uk 2. ALEX LAHEY “Every Day’s the Weekend” I Love You Like a Brother Dead Oceans www.alexlahey.com.au 3. TED LEO “You’re Like Me” The Hanged Man Self-Released www.tedleo.com 4. DESTROYER “Tinseltown Swimming in Blood” ken Merge www.destroyer.lnk.to/ken 5. BAXTER DURY “Miami” Prince of Tears Heavenly www.facebook.com/baxter.dury 6. A. SAVAGE “Winter in the South” Thawing Dawn Dull Tools www.dulltools.bandcamp.com/music 7. HISS GOLDEN MESSENGER “Domino (Time Will Tell)” Hallelujah Anyhow Merge www.smarturl.it/HallelujahAnyhow 8. WIDOWSPEAK “Dog” Expect the Best Captured Tracks www.Widowspeak.lnk.to/ExpecttheBest 9. YUMI ZOUMA “December” Willowbank Cascine https://lnk.to/willowbank 10. WOLF PARADE “You’re Dreaming” Cry Cry Cry Sub Pop www.wolfparade.com 11. MADELINE KENNEY “Rita” Night Night At the First Landing Company www.madelinekenney.bandcamp.com 12. BULLY “Running” Losing Sub Pop https://megamart.subpop.com/releases/bully/losing 13. THE CLIENTELE “Everyone You Meet” Music for the Age of Miracles Merge www.phonofile.link/music-for-the-age-of-miracles 14. PHOEBE BRIDGERS “Smoke Signals” Stranger In the Alps Dead Oceans www.phoebefuckingbridgers.com 15. GROOMS “Turn…

3 min.

Shervin Lainez “Nothing is off limits. I think that’s what people should know.” This quote was given by Mackenzie Scott, artistically know as TORRES, in discussion of a particular lyric off her third album, Three Futures . But it very well could apply to Scott’s career as a whole. After the soft introspection of her 2013 self-titled debut as TORRES, Scott made an about face and released 2015’s Sprinter , a visceral album that was awash with heavy guitar and rage. And now, with Three Futures , she has changed course again with an album constructed around electronic beats and influenced by groups like Can, Kraftwerk, and Portishead. “Can and Kraftwerk were both bands that my touring bandmates really loved,” says Scott. “My bandmates play a pretty huge part in the art…

3 min.

He wasn’t exactly depressed before he formed Protomartyr, frontman Joe Casey says, but he didn’t have a lot to look forward to, either. Eight years later, he’s 40, and his band is ready to release its fourth LP, Relatives in Descent , its first on Domino. “[The band has] worked parts of my brain that I had kind of let go fallow for a while. It keeps me busy; it keeps me thinking about what’s going to happen tomorrow.” Casey is comfortable looking towards his future, but on stage, he takes off his glasses so he can’t see the crowd, or maybe so he can’t see the crowd seeing him. “It’s the worst possible mental image I could have,” he says. “I’ll wake up in a cold sweat. It’d be like,…

3 min.
courtney barnett & kurt vile

A strange sort of math seems to underlie the chemistry of creativity. Any time two great artists are added to each other in equal measures, the product of their union almost always yields something less than what either of them could create on their own. On music’s periodic table, Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile represent stable elements, two singer/songwriters who have refined their work to the point that they have become instantly recognizable and distinct creative personas. Putting them together in the same equation seems like a formula for too many ideas and not enough space for either artist to fully stretch out. But here, at least, the usual math breaks down. On Lotta Sea Lice , their nine-song collaboration, Barnett and Vile sound like two artists who have been comfortably…