Under the Radar Magazine does not accept money for good reviews or for having a major label's new band on the cover. Under the Radar is run by true music fans that only interview bands that they're personally passionate about. Under the Radar tries to interview bands you won't find covered elsewhere, as well as going deeper in-depth on the bands you will find in the pages of other indie-rock magazines. Where else than Under the Radar will you read about Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips' teenage near-death experience, or find out what recurring nightmare Moby had as a child? Under the Radar has as many as sixty-two interviews and one hundred plus album reviews in each 112-page quarterly issue. Each issue also has a different special interview section, covering such things as the best new bands from Sweden and past and present shoegazing bands. With so many new bands being forced upon music fans these days, Under the Radar is simply the solution to music pollution.