Watch the First Trailer for Wes Anderson’s New Film “The French Dispatch”

The first trailer for The French Dispatch, Wes Anderson’s new film, has been shared. And if you love Anderson’s films it seems like you’re in for a treat. The packed cast includes many Anderson regulars, as well as some new players, including Bill Murray, Timothée Chalamet, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand, Saoirse Ronan, and many others. …

Seeking Thrills

Georgia Barnes’ second album was due to be released last summer. That was until she managed to secure a spot on the BBC Radio 1 A-List with her single “Started Out,” a rare and bracing achievement for an independent dance producer, much less one that prefers to use exclusively analogue recording equipment, less still for a female artist that writes and produces in her own studio. …

Moses Sumney Shares Lyric Video for New Song “Polly”

Moses Sumney is releasing a new double album, græ, in two parts, with the first part coming digitally in February 2020 (exact date TBA) and then the second part coming on May 15, 2020, which is also when the full album is released physically via Jagjaguwar. Now Sumney has shared another song from the first part, “Polly,” which is the final track of part one, via a lyric video for the track. …

Under the Radar’s Holiday Gift Guide 2019 Part 1: Video Games

The holiday season is upon us! The air is getting colder, and all the leaves hit the ground. If you’re one of our American readers, you may be busy making travel plans, or braving the crowded supermarket for this week’s traditional feast. If you live up North, you may already be seeing snow. (Yikes!) We’ve also hit that time of year when you’re probably starting to think about holiday gift shopping, and picking up something special for the people you hold near and dear in your life. That’s where Under the Radar would like to offer a hand with our 2019…

R.E.M. Share Lyric Video for New Remix of “Let Me In”

R.E.M. are releasing a 25th anniversary deluxe box set reissue of their 1994 album Monster on November 1 via Craft Recordings. The box set includes a new remix of the entire album by original producer Scott Litt and now his new remix of the album’s “Let Me In” has been shared, via a lyric video. The song was written in response to the suicide of the band’s friend Kurt Cobain and features one of his guitars. …

12 Best Songs of the Last Two Weeks: Angel Olsen, Elbow, Dry Cleaning, and More

Welcome to another Songs of the Week. We had to skip it last week because we were too busy announcing our new print issue, the My Favorite Album Issue with Angel Olsen and Sleater-Kinney on the covers (buy it here), and also we weren’t overly inspired by last week’s selection of new tracks. So this week we cover the best songs of the last two weeks. …

Under the Radar Announces My Favorite Album Issue with Angel Olsen and Sleater-Kinney Covers

Under the Radar is excited to announce the My Favorite Album Issue, our new print issue in which we speak to musicians and actors about their all-time favorite album. The issue features Angel Olsen and Sleater-Kinney on the two covers and is available to buy directly from us here, as well as being distributed in stores nationwide (on newsstands, in such stores as Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million, and elsewhere). …

Elliott Smith – Stream Deluxe Reissues Surprise Released in Honor of His 50th Birthday

If Elliott Smith hadn’t tragically died on October 21, 2003 at age 34, today he would have turned 50. In honor of his birthday, UMe have digitally surprise released deluxe reissues of 1998’s XO and 2000’s Figure 8. Each comes loaded with bonus tracks, including many that haven’t been officially released digitally before. You can stream the reissues here. …

Weekly Playlist: Current Rotation #5

This week, Julien Baker and The Twilight Sad give us a couple of gems from Tiny Changes, a celebration of Frightened Rabbit’s classic The Midnight Organ Fight. Plus new music from Bleached, Tycho, Khruangbin, Devendra Banhart, Blood Orange & Toro y Moi, METZ, Lower Dens and more. …

Stonechild

These days, the fate of the world seems to depend on how much we care about each other. Gun violence, abortion rights, mental health awareness—everything comes back to whether or not we can collectively pause and listen. …