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Under the Radar: Ida Sjöstedt

Swedish fashion designer Ida Sjöstedt is known for her chic and elegant dresses. Here she shares what not to wear and what she wears herself.

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Radar Premieres: Ida Redig

Today, we give you an exclusive first look at the video accompanying Ida Redig’s latest single Show Me Now, a stripped-down yet highly expressive portrait of the Swedish pop phenomenon.


Radar Mix: Sandra Mosh

This week, DJ, producer, and radio host Sandra Mosh treats us to a soothing bathtub soundtrack, merging dub and techno with calming ambient and strokes of piano.


Radar Portfolio: Peter Hoffman

Working in a multitude of styles and expressions, Chicago photographer Peter Hoffman views his works a an attempt to reconcile being overwhelmed by both the beauty and the problems of life.


Alley Dreams

In Alley Dreams, photographer Victoria Stillwell and stylist Mattias Wennmark presents a sparkling spring shoot, featuring young and colourful street style fashion.


Under the Radar: Faråker

With his Början på slutet debut album out today, we decided to pick the brains of Swedish musician Faråker.


Jake Bugg

We had a chat with young British talent Jake Bugg about his taste in music and plans for the future.



New Zealand pop duo Broods has made a clear mark with their hit song Bridges. We gave them a call to talk about life on tour, role models and their upcoming debut album.


Under the Radar: John Martin

Now, singer and producer John Martin takes the stage on his own with the release of his Anywhere For You debut single. Here he shares his hidden talent and what makes him laugh.


Power Games

In the exhibition Power Games, now on view at The Royal Armoury in Stockholm, historical and fictional characters are united in a story of power, war, and love.


Radar Recommends w. 13

New music from Alice Boman, Colleagues, and Jensen Sportag, as well as a belated birthday present from Jhené Aiko in this week’s Radar Recommends.


Radar Mix: Johanna Knutsson

Sweden’s techno supremo Johanna Knutsson treats us to an hour of hi-hats, hand-claps, and a massive slow beat.

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