In October, we reported from the New York Film Festival that Paul Thomas Anderson’s new movie Inherent Vice featured a new version of long-unreleased Radiohead song “Spooks.” Now, ahead of the movie’s release on Friday, Stereogum has premiered the track. Show More Summary
Updated version appears on the soundtrack to Inherent Vice.
Joanna Newsom at Carnegie Hall in 2010 (more by Chris La Putt) Yesterday we talked about Paul Thomas Anderson's upcoming film Inherent Vice, and how it will be narrated by Joanna Newsom and feature a version of Radiohead's unrecorded "Spooks"...
When Radiohead debuted “Spooks” back in 2006, it was a rollicking guitar-powered instrumental the likes of which the band hadn’t tackled since “Electioneering.” (Actually, the closest corollary in the band’s discography is probably the Bends-era B-side “The Trickster.”) Now Jonny Greenwood plus former Supergrass members Gaz Coombes and Dany Goffey have reworked the song for [...]
A tweet from Nigel Godrich has led many fans to assume that Radiohead’s Johnny Greenwood and Thom Yorke are currently hard at work on the band’s ninth studio album. Godrich, who has previously produced several of Radiohead’s albums including...Show More Summary
In the never-ending curious case of Radiohead, you have a slew of their most iconic songs out there — beloved, covered, cited. Songs that have little to nothing to do with them now, whether they’re off The Bends or even something like “No Surprises.” First and foremost of those, of course, is “Creep,” from their [...]
Radiohead guitarist also playing music from his numerous film scores.
The 40-plus minute session also includes "Everybody Wants To Rule The World", "Head Over Heels", and much more.
Tears For Fears have been covering Radiohead’s “Creep” for years, but I don’t think they’ve ever had it professionally recorded until now. The band recorded a Spotify Landmark Session at L.A. recording studio The Village in honor of the 30th anniversary of Songs From The Big Chair. The 40-minute video includes VH1 Storytellers-style backstory, performances [...]
If you’re prone to checking out AcclaimedMusic.net, you may have noticed that Kool & The Gang have but one song in the top 6000: 1980?s “Celebration,” nestled at #3383, between Fuck Buttons’ “Olympians” and Radiohead’s “Street Spirit (Fade Out).” The Gap Band have three songs on the list; the O’Jays have four. Chic’s absence from [...]
"'Looking down avenues' is a very kind way of putting the kind of fumbling that we do," Jonny Greenwood says.
Lest Radiohead fans be forced to endure a bleak stretch of no news from the British caterwaulers, Radiohead
Jonny Greenwood confirms the news in BBC interview.
Sounds like: Radiohead, Gotye Song: Youthfire - Leave What's so good? Brisbane-based electronic act Youthfire has just released new track "Leave," a dulcet blend of washed-over rhythms and heartfelt vocals. I really like how this track...Show More Summary
Plus, he's announced new tour dates.
While the rest of the web talks about Kim Kardashian balancing a champagne flute on her ass (which, despite her protestations, doesn’t require any talent. I should know: I can balance a champagne flute on my ass too, and lord knows I have zero talent), let’s talk about something far less depressing: Jinkx Monsoon coveredMORE
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Jinkx Monsoon serves up a deliciously creepy video for her cover of the Radiohead classic "Creep" in which she plays an awful party clown/mime/fairy come to terrorize a group of young girls at a birthday party. Watch the Drag Race.....
Case of the sads? Turn up…those suicidal tunes Study Shows Melancholy Music Can Help Ease Sadness Via DailyMail Turn up those tearjerkers and dig out your Radiohead albums, because scientists claim that melancholy music can actually lift your spirits.
The terrifyingly popular Indiana jam-band play an annual mash-up show every year on Halloween, combining covers live and wearing mash-up contest. (This year, band members wore costumes like Devo Snyder and “Weird Al” Pacino.) As silly as the whole idea is, though, they put serious and obvious work into their mash-ups. This year’s show went [...]