Jonathan Garrett

Radar Band Of The Week No:89 – Haim

Haim: LA sisters walking the tightrope between classic rock and sultry R&B Are you kidding me? It’s like all of our wet dreams!” Danielle Haim...

Steve Jobs RIP – But Let’s Hear It For Music’s Unsung Trailblazers Too

Apple co-founder Steve Jobs dies aged 56 Does Steve Jobs deserve the level of adulation he’s received? Well, yes. But he's not the only game-changer...

Quit Whining, Bloggers – Indie Is Not In Crisis

There are few certainties in life, though death, taxes, and music critics bemoaning the state of indie are without a doubt among them. ...

Recommended New Music – Elite Gymnastics

Elite Gymnastics are yet to release a full-length, but they don’t seem worried about running out of ideas. Dabbling in electro, industrial, hip-hop and just...

Unspun Heroes – The Sound, ‘From The Lions Mouth’

Jonathan Garrett takes the helm for the latest in our Unspun Heroes series, taking a look at The Sound's underrated 1981 album 'From The...

Radar Tip Of The Day 36: Pallers

Pallers are a mysteriously reclusive duo from the snowswept outpost of Stockholm, Sweden. Signed to Labrador since 2008, they have only a limited edition EP,...

Does It Matter If Bands Don’t Write All Their Own Music?

What would The Strokes' 'Is This It' have sounded like without JP Bowersock - the man credited on the record sleeve as the band’s...

Radar Tip Of The Day 11: MillionYoung

Born and bred just up the coast from neon-lighted Ocean Drive, Florida’s Mike Diaz isn’t afraid to venture far from the teeming shores of...

Radar Tip Of The Day 5: The New Division

The New Division call their just-released EP 'The Rookie', but the So-Cal anglophiles already sound light years ahead of that. Emphasising the post-Curtis portion of...

Radar Tip Of The Day 4: World’s End Press

Deep in the throes of winter it’s mercifully easy to forget it’s summer somewhere.  Enter brightly clad baggy revivalists World’s End Press, currently enjoying the...
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