Interviews

Nov 12, 2014 Web Exclusive

According to the bio on Springtime Carnivore’s Facebook page, Greta Morgan once joined a traveling circus as an acrobat and tightrope walker, where she suffered a fall which broke her leg. While rehabbing from the injury, she rediscovered the old family piano and began writing music. More

Nov 05, 2014 Web Exclusive

Vocalist Rosie Blair embarked for Berlin with little else beyond a plan to form a band. One night, by chance, she overheard Michel Collet busking in the U-Bahn, Berlin’s underground mass transit system, and was struck by his beautiful, complex guitar style. She approached the guitarist; they bonded over shared musical tastes, and decidedly quickly that they were meant to work together. More

Oct 03, 2014 Web Exclusive

Who better to give us all tips on new music than accomplished musicians themselves. For this series we have asked more established artists one simple request: tell us who your new favorite band is. For this My Favorite New Band Grant Widmer of the duo Generationals tells us about their tour mate/opening act, Springtime Carnivore (aka Greta Morgan). More

Sep 26, 2014 Web Exclusive

Who better to give us all tips on new music than accomplished musicians themselves. For this new series we have asked more established artists one simple request: tell us who your new favorite band is. For this My Favorite New Band Christopher Prudhomme of San Francisco-based duo Painted Palms tells us about a former tour mate/opening act, Saint Pepsi (aka Ryan DeRobertis).  More

Sep 19, 2014 Web Exclusive

After playing in various bands throughout their youth, Angus James and his brother Oliver (Ollie) began writing songs over the Christmas holiday in 2012. When the first two songs they had written, "Nowhere" and "Don't Hang Around," were discovered by British blog Crack in the Road, Angus (guitar/vocals/keys) and Oliver (guitar/vocals) recruited their other brother Thom (drums), as well as Isaac Jones (bass) and George Abram (a non-musical fifth member of the band who assists in writing and does the band's artwork) and started a proper band. More

Sep 07, 2014 Web Exclusive

We have had a special theme on Under the Radar's website over the last week which we're simply calling Scotland Week. All throughout the week we have been posting interviews, reviews, lists, and blog posts relating to Scotland and in particular Scottish music. For this Pleased to Meet You Spotlight we focus on new Glasgow-based band The Amazing Snakeheads.  More

Sep 04, 2014 Web Exclusive

For this Scotland Week interview we talk to Casual Sex. The Glasgow-based post-punk band features guitarist and lead vocalist Sam Smith, guitarist Edward Wood, bassist Peter Masson, and drummer Chris McCrory. The band has previously released the "Stroh 80" single and The Bastard Beat EP, and has a debut album in the works. More

Sep 02, 2014 Issue #50 - June/July 2014 - Future Islands

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Aug 29, 2014 Web Exclusive

Who better to give us all tips on new music than accomplished musicians themselves. For this new series we have asked more established artists one simple request: tell us who your new favorite band is. For this My Favorite New Band Norwegian singer/songwriter Sondre Lerche tells us about a new band from his home country. More