“…Electric Fetus in Minneapolis swiftly and sweetly took my vinyl v card. I got so many records, I needed help carrying them out of the store. I got everything from Bowie to Elton John, Emmylou Harris to Radiohead, Sinatra to Al Green. Show More Summary
How does a person’s intelligence relate to the type of music they listen to? For the last several years, a software application writer by the name of Virgil Griffith has charted musical tastes based on the average SAT scores of …
Philip Selway is probably the last member of Radiohead anyone expected to go full singer-songwriter, but with sophomore solo release Weatherhouse, the longtime drummer affirms that he’s more than capable of stepping out from behind the kit. Recorded with Bat For Lashes touring member Quinta and Four Tet’s former Fridge bandmate Adem Ilhan, the album [...]
Sounds like: Radiohead, Bonobo, James Blake Song: I'lls - Fifty-Phiphti What's so good? Despite being my favorite Australian band, for some reason it's taken me almost two years to review an I'lls track on Indie Shuffle. I'm very happy...Show More Summary
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Now you can substantiate to today’s generation why that '60s and '70s era’s music was objectively "better," as JPMorgan's CIO Michael Cembalest has previously noted, and furthermore, researchers also found that popular music has gotten a lot louder (as SAT scores have plunged.. Show More Summary
Along with the Beatles and Genesis and the Eagles, Radiohead are the rare band where the drummer can make a respectable go of it as a solo singer-songwriter. Radiohead skin-basher Philip Selway just released Weatherhouse, his second album of lovely, softhearted solo songs. And last night, he was the musical guest on The Tonight Show, [...]
Radiohead member makes his TV debut as a solo artist.
Another quiet footnote in Radiohead's evolving history.
While Thom Yorke's surprise album may be dominating the conversation in the world of Radiohead, drummer Philip Selway just put his new solo album Weatherhouse today via Bella Union and that's a good one too. His last solo LP,...
Radiohead drummer returns with his new "talismanic" solo album.
On September 26, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke put out a new solo album, Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes. As is increasingly the case with Yorke’s output, interest in the music he released was in some ways secondary to the method by which he...Show More Summary
Perhaps appropriately for a noir—a genre where nothing is as it seems—the Inherent Vice soundtrack contains a rewritten version of an unreleased Radiohead song. Except it’s not performed by Radiohead, it’s performed by Supergrass, and...Show More Summary
Karen O made her first Crush Songs appearance in the UK over the weekend, where she performed for two nights at London’s Bush Hall. During her set, she played covers of the Doors’ “Indian Summer” and Radiohead”s “High & Dry.” Holly Miranda, who was part of her backing band for the show, took over on [...]
Slate reports that Inherent Vice, Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film that was scored by Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood, contains an unreleased Radiohead instrumental called “Spooks,” which the band began playing live during the In Rainbows era. The film, which is narrated by Joanna Newsom, was screened this weekend at the New York Film Festival ahead [...]
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Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer unfurls a pair of covers at London's Bush Hall.
Jonny Greenwood also serves as the film's composer.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s long-awaited new film inherent vice has finally been screened for the press… Read more articles like "New Radiohead Song Featured in Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post New Radiohead Song Featured in Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s new movie Inherent Vice was shown in its first screening for press this morning. While reviews of the movie are embargoed until Saturday night, we can say a few things without spoiling it: It’s a Long Goodbye-esque,...Show More Summary