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Album of the Week: The Divine Comedy

Plus Stream New Albums from Palehound, Younghusband, Silversun Pickups, Pixx, Stef Chura, and More

Jun 07, 2019

The Divine Comedy, the orchestral-pop project of Northern Irish singer/songwriter/composer Neil Hannon, has released a new album, Office Politics, today via Hannon's own Divine Comedy Records and it's our Album of the Week. Find more info on the album below.  More


Interviews

Oct 31, 2014

In his four decades of filmmaking, Lucio Fulci created a body of work that established his legacy as one of Italy’s masters of horror. Among euro cult and horror fans, Fulci’s best films are held in the same regard as those of directors Dario Argento and Mario Bava.

Getting his start in the late 1950s with comedies and spaghetti westerns, Fulci eventually moved into the realm of giallos – an Italian horror subgenre that shares elements with the American slasher film – and eventually, the more surreal and supernatural style of horror that became his trademark. Fulci is most famous – or, at least, notorious – for his heavy use of realistic (and disgusting) gore effects, which are on best display in the director’s zombie films of the late 1970s and early 1980s. More

2013 Artist Survey: Pelican

Trevor de Brauw on Baby Steps, Cursing Like a Sailor, His Most Overrated Band, and How a Cartoon Character Broke His Heart

Feb 05, 2014

For Under the Radar's 11th annual Artist Survey we emailed some of our favorite artists a few questions relating to the important issues of the last year, as well as some quirkier subjects. Check out our next print issue and digital issue for surveys from My Morning Jacket, Foals, Amanda Palmer, Local Natives, Wild Nothing, These New Puritans, Lanterns on the Lake, Xiu Xiu, and Summer Camp. More


Reviews

The Cliff EP

The Cliff EP

Southern Lord

Mar 26, 2015

Given three remixes here, "The Cliff" began as an instrumental track on Pelican's 2013 post-metal must-have, Forever BecomingMore