Posts Tagged ‘Radiohead’

Musicians Vs. Technology: A Recent History

If you’ve been to any concert in the past five years or so, you have definitely noticed the increasing amount of cell phones and tablets in the air. Instead of just living in the moment, many... Read more »

Radiohead Will be “Rehearsing and Recording” New Album in September

Members of Radiohead have mostly been mostly concentrating on their solo projects since the release of 2011′s The King of Limbs, but apparently fans of the band will have something to look forward to sooner rather... Read more »

Tupac Has Evolved from a Hologram to a Lego

Remember back in the day when you had to actually choose between a set of LEGOs and the doll version of your favorite artist? Well, apparently those days are over thanks to Adly Syairi Ramly. Ramly has... Read more »

Things Radiohead Predicted Over a Decade Ago

Radiohead was always ahead of their time. The band showed strong potential with Pablo Honey and The Bends, but they tore the figurative walls down on everything with the legendary OK Computer in 1997. Before every... Read more »

Radiohead Releases New App “PolyFauna,” Inspired By “King of Limbs”

Radiohead has just released a strange and mysterious new app called PolyFauna, inspired by the music from the band’s most recent album, King of Limbs. Created in collaboration with Universal Everything, the app is seemingly aimless, an assumption... Read more »

When the Lights Go Out: Soundtracking Your Nighttime Drive

The nighttime drive is a different beast than "driving at night." Driving at night connotes a slog back from work, going to the store to get milk, or picking up some meaningless meal or trinket that... Read more »

Listen to Atoms For Peace’s Mix For a Fashion Show

Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich of Atoms For Peace and, of course, Radiohead teamed up to make a mix that soundtracked fashion label Rag & Bone’s latest runway show. Described as a “collage of unreleased beats and such... Read more »

The Chiptune Underground: Lana Del Rey, Radiohead, and Beethoven in 8-Bit

Going back to music recorded before the advent of MIDIs and grid-snaps and the digital spectrum of sound is often a completely different listening experience. When musicians finally started experimenting with 0s and 1s, the first... Read more »

Adele, Phoenix, Arcade Fire and More Sign Petition In Support of Pussy Riot’s Release

In April of last year, members of Russian feminist punk band Pussy Riot were sentenced to two years in prison on charges of “hooliganism motivated by religious hatred or hostility.” Now, a little over a year... Read more »

Radiohead’s Manager Supports Spotify After Thom Yorke and Nigel Goodrich Yank Music Off the Service

Thom Yorke and Nigel Goodrich—the men behind Atoms For Peace and Radiohead—recently pulled their respective solo albums and recent collaborative album Amok off Spotify, along with publicly condemning the company’s payment system for artists in a series... Read more »

What is Music Worth? Spotify Responds to Thom Yorke’s Comments

After Nigel Goodrich and Thom Yorke’s Twitter rant about Spotify this weekend, the music streaming company has responded to their criticism, and in turn, sparked a whole host of reflections on the value of art. Goodrich... Read more »

Songs To Drink Alone To

We’ve all been there. Maybe you’ve had a long day at the office. Or maybe you're dealing with something a bit more substantial—the love of your life has just left. No matter the reason, there are... Read more »

Watch Thom Yorke Play “Karma Police” and “Ingenue” Live On “Jonathan Ross”

Thom Yorke stopped by UK TV program “The Jonathan Ross Show” last night where he was the show’s musical guest. There he performed solo piano versions of both Radiohead classic “Karma Police” and the newer “Ingenue”... Read more »

That Time Alec Baldwin Interviewed Thom Yorke

With the end of 30 Rock, Alec Baldwin has now shifted his talents from screen to radio, as he recently signed on to host Here’s The Thing for WNYC. Baldwin has already had his fair share... Read more »

The Guest List For Radiohead’s Show At Irving Plaza in 1997

On June 9, 1997, just a couple of weeks after Radiohead released OK Computer, they played at Irving Plaza in New York City. This was the guest list. Marilyn Manson brought 14 guests. U2 brought 18.... Read more »