British electro-pop princess Charli XCX will grace the cover of the next issue of Under the Radar (due out on stands in a few weeks). Above is a sneak preview of the cover. Y (via Premiere: Charli XCX: “What I Like (Com Truise remix)”; Sneak Peak of Charli on Our Cover | Under The Radar)

British electro-pop princess Charli XCX will grace the cover of the next issue of Under the Radar (due out on stands in a few weeks). Above is a sneak preview of the cover. Y (via Premiere: Charli XCX: “What I Like (Com Truise remix)”; Sneak Peak of Charli on Our Cover | Under The Radar)

On February 26, Sally Shapiro will release her third album via Paper Bag. Ahead of that, the Italo Disco chanteuse is participating in the time honored tradition of letting producers other than her partner-in-crime Johan Agebjörn take a stab at a remix. (via Listen: Sally Shapiro – “What Can I Do (Com Truise remix)” | Under The Radar)

On February 26, Sally Shapiro will release her third album via Paper Bag. Ahead of that, the Italo Disco chanteuse is participating in the time honored tradition of letting producers other than her partner-in-crime Johan Agebjörn take a stab at a remix. (via Listen: Sally Shapiro – “What Can I Do (Com Truise remix)” | Under The Radar)

New York City’s 2012 CMJ Music Marathon has announced its second round of artists. Some of the new artists announced include Savages, Everything Everything, AraabMUZIK, Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, and others (via CMJ Music Marathon Announces Second Round of Artists | Under The Radar)

New York City’s 2012 CMJ Music Marathon has announced its second round of artists. Some of the new artists announced include Savages, Everything Everything, AraabMUZIK, Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, and others (via CMJ Music Marathon Announces Second Round of Artists | Under The Radar)

Check out photos from Thursday’s Under the Radar SXSW 2012 Day Party including shots of Chairlift, Bear in Heaven, Taken by Trees, Com Truise, Zambri, Slow Club, and Choir of Young Believers. (via Check Out Photos from Thursday’s Under the Radar SXSW 2012 Day Party | Under The Radar)

Check out photos from Thursday’s Under the Radar SXSW 2012 Day Party including shots of Chairlift, Bear in Heaven, Taken by Trees, Com Truise, Zambri, Slow Club, and Choir of Young Believers. (via Check Out Photos from Thursday’s Under the Radar SXSW 2012 Day Party | Under The Radar)

We’re looking forward to every band on the lineup. Will you be joining us? 
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First SXSW show - Under The Radar party on March 15 from 3:15-3:45pm at Flamingo Cantina.

We’re looking forward to every band on the lineup. Will you be joining us? 

takenbytreesofficial:

First SXSW show - Under The Radar party on March 15 from 3:15-3:45pm at Flamingo Cantina.

Curious what’s in store when our SXSW parties kick off next week? Get a sneak peek of what you’ll be hearing at day two of our parties via our Spotify playlist (via Spotify Playlist: The Under the Radar SXSW Party 2012, Thursday, March 15 | Under The Radar)

Curious what’s in store when our SXSW parties kick off next week? Get a sneak peek of what you’ll be hearing at day two of our parties via our Spotify playlist (via Spotify Playlist: The Under the Radar SXSW Party 2012, Thursday, March 15 | Under The Radar)

On March 15 Under the Radar will host the second of three free SXSW Day parties sponsored by PRS Guitars. Leading up to the event we’re letting you know about each artist playing. Today we’re spotlighting Com Truise. (via Com Truise – Under the Radar’s SXSW Party Spotlight | Under The Radar)

On March 15 Under the Radar will host the second of three free SXSW Day parties sponsored by PRS Guitars. Leading up to the event we’re letting you know about each artist playing. Today we’re spotlighting Com Truise. (via Com Truise – Under the Radar’s SXSW Party Spotlight | Under The Radar)

Electronic artists are often judged by the “warmth” of their sounds. Princeton, New Jersey synth-wave revivalist Com Truise (aka Seth Haley) knows this all too well and went straight to the source of all that analog warmth: the Reagan era. The arpeggiated synthesizers and meaty drum machines on Haley’s Cyanide Sisters EP and debut full-length, Galactic Melt, stem from the 26-year-old producer’s burgeoning love for ’80s electronic music. Haley, who grew up in the rural town of Oneida, New York, ponders what the catalyst was that spurred his current fascination with the minimal textures of early synth-pop. (via Com Truise: Melting Off The Past | Under The Radar)

Electronic artists are often judged by the “warmth” of their sounds. Princeton, New Jersey synth-wave revivalist Com Truise (aka Seth Haley) knows this all too well and went straight to the source of all that analog warmth: the Reagan era. The arpeggiated synthesizers and meaty drum machines on Haley’s Cyanide Sisters EP and debut full-length, Galactic Melt, stem from the 26-year-old producer’s burgeoning love for ’80s electronic music. Haley, who grew up in the rural town of Oneida, New York, ponders what the catalyst was that spurred his current fascination with the minimal textures of early synth-pop. (via Com Truise: Melting Off The Past | Under The Radar)