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Under the Radar’s Black Friday Sale Starts Tonight – 35 Percent Off Subscriptions

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Beneath the Radar’s Black Friday Sale Begins Tonight – 35 P.c Off Subscriptions

From Midnight Tonight By way of Monday – 50 P.c Off Again Points

Nov 26, 2020


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Beneath the Radar is having its annual Black Friday Sale beginning tonight at midnight EST and persevering with by Monday. This yr we’re providing 35% off all print subscriptions and 50% off all back issues. No promo codes are wanted.

With this sale a four-issue U.S. subscription is simply round $11.00 (often it’s $16.99). Every difficulty additionally features a free obtain sampler that includes no less than 33 MP3s, in addition to all of the interviews and critiques. Each print subscription comes with free entry to the digital model of the journal (for sensible telephones and tablets) and each digital difficulty consists of additional content material not present in print, equivalent to additional images and/or interviews and/or critiques.

So for $11.00 not solely are you getting 4 difficulty’s price of America’s greatest print music journal delivered to each your door and your sensible cellphone/pill, but in addition round 132 free MP3s when the 4 samplers are taken under consideration! Speak about worth for cash.

Again points are solely $three.25, versus the standard $6.50, so it’s a good time to refill on some basic points you will have missed, equivalent to 2019’s My Favorite Album Issue (with Angel Olsen and Sleater-Kinney on the 2 covers), 2011’s 10th Anniversary Issue (that includes Joanna Newsome and Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold on the duvet collectively), 2011’s Music vs. Comedy Issue (wherein musicians and comedians interviewed one another, together with Patton Oswalt vs. St. Vincent, David Cross vs. Wayne Coyne, Nick Offerman vs. Iron & Wine, and Aziz Ansari vs. TV on the Radio), 2009’s Best of the Decade Issue, and most of our Protest Points (the place we examined the intersection of music and politics, with the problems from 2008, 2012, and 2016 nonetheless obtainable). If you wish to dive deep into the journal’s historical past, we nonetheless have some uncommon copies of 2002’s issue #2 (that includes interviews with The Divine Comedy, Elbow, Dying Cab for Cutie, Stereolab, and extra) and 2003’s issue #5 (that includes interviews with Black Insurgent Motorbike Membership, Belle and Sebastian, Spiritualized, Broadcast, Damaged Social Scene, Tremendous Furry Animals, and extra) obtainable. 

Like many small companies, Beneath the Radar has been affected by the pandemic, with our final print difficulty delayed by a number of months when shops weren’t open to promote it (and with advertisers initially skittish to promote in it). We bought it out and have one other difficulty we’re ending up, one other one in all our Protest Points. However even earlier than COVID-19, it was a difficult time to run a very impartial print music journal. It’s a continued time of mass media consolidation, the place many different music magazines and web sites are owned by greater firms, and the place there are hardly any print music magazines left in America, actually not ones who reliably cowl indie rock music (and related subgenres). On this period of our present troubled political local weather (which is able to hopefully quickly be easing), a free press is extra vital than ever and particularly so with regards to independently owned and run media entities equivalent to Beneath the Radar (which The Nation named “Most Useful Music Journal” in its 2016 Progressive Honor Roll). However a very impartial print journal equivalent to Beneath the Radar, one that isn’t beholden to company pursuits and that covers the music we’re actually enthusiastic about, relies upon very a lot on subscriptions and again difficulty gross sales to proceed printing. Promoting is solely not sufficient today. So should you’d wish to see us proceed then please assist us this vacation season and in addition benefit from these nice restricted offers.

For Black Friday reductions on print and digital subscriptions go here and for 50% off all print again points go here. 

The sale runs from tonight at midnight EST by to Monday, November 30 at 11:59 p.m. EST. 

Additionally, should you’d wish to assist Beneath the Radar in different methods you’ll be able to signal as much as our crowd-funding Patreon page for a daily month-to-month donation, beginning as little as solely $1.00. You’ll get entry to some unique content material, in addition to plenty of cool rewards, together with subscriptions, uncommon again points, restricted version photograph prints, and extra. Having extra common funds would assist us enormously in our quest to cowl much more bands, overview much more albums, and put out the most effective print music journal we are able to. 

Understand that all print subscriptions begin with our subsequent difficulty and should you subscribe for 4 points then you’ll obtain our subsequent 4 points, no matter after they come out,  which means that you simply aren’t shopping for a one-year subscription, however a four-issue one.

As with yearly, we’re very grateful for our pretty readers and hope you’ve got a beautiful vacation season.

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