Apr 22, 2015 Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

If you hadn't heard anything new from Built to Spill in the last 20 years and then picked up their eighth LP Untethered Moonyou wouldn't be blamed for thinking they have not aged a day. Untethered Moon is full of the same charming guitar—heavy '90s rock that flooded their early alt—rock staples like Perfect From Now On and Keep It Like a Secret. More

Apr 20, 2015 Issue #52 - January/February 2015 - St. Vincent

On October 30, 2010—the day before AMC aired the first episode of The Walking DeadRobert Kirkman had no idea what to expect. He knew he had a strong storythe success of his Walking Dead comic book series had proven thatand he knew there was nothing remotely like that story on TV. More

Apr 17, 2015 Web Exclusive

When we interviewed East India Youth (aka London-based electronic musician William Doyle) last fall for our Best of 2014 issue it was in celebration of his 2014-released debut album, Total Strife Forever, being one of Under the Radar's favorite albums of the year. More

Apr 15, 2015 Web Exclusive

Throughout writer/director Alex Garland's sci-fi thriller, Ex Machina, tension gradually mounts between the contrasting realms of nature and technology, where Swedish actress Alicia Vikander found reference points for envisioning Ava, the alluring robot she plays in the film. "I always saw her as something very pure, almost doe-like," Vikander says, adding, "Like Apple products sometimes, it's something very simple and pure and clean." More

Apr 14, 2015 Web Exclusive

As Britpop was taking off in 1994, the Welsh quartet Manic Street Preachers entered the marketplace with an acclaimed, dark classic of an album that exposed the raw nerves of the human experience. In this new interview bassist Nicky Wire discusses the band's iconic 1994 album, The Holy Bible, as well as last year's acclaimed album, Futurology. More

Apr 13, 2015 Issue #52 - January/February 2015 - St. Vincent

Eight years into her solo career, Annie Clark says she still feels like a new artist. She might as well be, she says, since her fourth St. Vincent release is the first to resonate very far outside of the indie rock universe. More

Apr 09, 2015 Web Exclusive

All signs point to 2015 being the year when actor Domhnall Gleeson finally becomes a star. He opens strong in the lead role of filmmaker Alex Garland's sci-fi mindbender Ex Machina; later this fall, he's slated to appear in The Revenant, the newest feature from Birdman director (and Oscar winner) Alejandro González Iñárritu. In December, he'll finish out the year with a part in the highly-anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens, likely to be 2015's biggest movie. More

Apr 08, 2015 Web Exclusive

Marvel's latest strategic move is the Netflix exclusive series Marvel's Daredevil, a dark, modern noir interpretation of Stan Lee and Bill Everett's famed blind crime-fighter. More

Apr 06, 2015 Web Exclusive

It's probably hard to find someone who loves going to work more than Alyssa Sutherland, and she has all the reason in the world to be so pumped. The Australian actress and model stars in History Channel's award-winning series, Vikings, as Princess Aslaug, Ragnar Lothbrok's wife and the most powerful woman in their village.   More