Under The Radar

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  1. Welcome to Why Not Both Wednesdays. Every week, in partnership with the Why Not Both podcast, we’ll be presenting new podcast episodes that explore how multiple passions inform the inspiring lives of musicians, writers, actors, and creatives.
  2. The Strokes have announced that they will be playing a Bernie Sanders get out the vote concert rally in Durham, New Hampshire on the eve of that state's primary election.
  3. There are a few formative albums that have been with me since I was a kid—Graceland, Abbey Road, Odelay—which are like old friends; and then there are albums that came along at the right time that became influential—Come On Feel the Illinoise, Is This It, Visions. But for an album that continues to challenge and excite me over many listens, I would have to say it's Hounds of Love by Kate Bush.
  4. Jimmy Eat World released a new album, Surviving, last October via Exotic Location Recordings and RCA. Now they have stopped by NPR Music to perform three songs as part of their Tiny Desk Concert series, including their classic "The Middle" and two Surviving tracks, "Love Never" and "All the Way (Stay)."
  5. Montclair, New Jersey-formed Pinegrove released a new album, Marigold, earlier this month via Rough Trade. Now they have announced some new tour dates. They include some British shows in May and some American shows in June, with support from Hovvdy.