Under The Radar

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  1. Bon Iver (the project of Justin Vernon) released a new album, i,i, in August via Jagjaguwar. It was just nominated for several Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year. Now they have shared a strange video for the album's "Naeem" that features a mysterious floating rock that contains a stream of water. 
  2. For the first time, Andy Cabic didn't have a home for Vetiver's new music. Still he proceeded, bringing together those he knows and works with so well to a house near Joshua Tree for a few days of live recording to capture the songs on which he'd been working.
  3. It’s odd that Universal International would release such a flagrant, B-grade ripoff of The Big Heat the following year in the form of Naked Alibi.
  4. Tom Cullen’s accomplished debut Pink Wall succinctly tells of love’s ever-changing presence in a turbulent six-year relationship.
  5. No one has heard of No-Man. That's an exaggeration, of course. Love You to Bits, the British art-pop duo's first new album in 11 years, is getting a release on the major label Caroline International because there's a good-size audience waiting for it.