If you live in Detroit and you’re a fan of food and lonely minimalism (so, everyone), you might want to head to chef Kyle Hanley’s pop-up restaurant on Wednesday night for “A Night With Kid A,” a 10-course meal based around Radiohead’s landmark 2000 album. Show More Summary
As part of its ongoing series on Haruki Murakami and his works, the Asahi Shimbun examined the author's fascination with libraries in his fiction. A Detroit chef is serving a 10-course tasting menu inspired by Radiohead's Kid A album, pairing...
One Radiohead fan takes his fandom to a new extreme.
Jeff writes, "Featuring a brand new soundtrack from Radiohead's Thom Yorke, Massive Attack and Elbow, and narrated by Dominic West (The Wire), journalist Marke Donne has put together a riveting documentary exposing the tax avoidance 'industry' operated by the highly secretive, centuries old institution, The City of London.
Radiohead have released PolyFauna an app that combines sounds from Bloom off of 2011?s The King of Limbswith trippy visuals that transform your surroundings into digial landscapes just begging to be explored. Android version here.
PolyFauna is a new app from Radiohead — yes, the band Radiohead. The free app has an expectedly vague description. Basically, you hear clips from “Bloom” off the group’s 2011 album The King of Limbs while guiding yourself through a strange, open landscape. Show More Summary
A Detroit chef is paying tribute to Radiohead's 2000 album Kid A with a 10-course pop-up dinner inspired entirely by the music. The Detroit Free Press reports chef Kyle Hanley, who works at the Detroit Golf Club, will team...
Radiohead have released a new impeccably-conceptualized app called PolyFauna. We could honestly waste hours on this. Be warned. Via NME: Writing about the app at Radiohead.com, Thom Yorke explained it as “an experimental collaboration...Show More Summary
The Singularity is here, and it's available on iOS and Android for free. Read more...
They've been pushing musical and marketing boundaries since the beginning and now Radiohead is doing it again with an animated musical mobile app. In PolyFauna, users can navigate an animated realm of abstract landscapes while listening...Show More Summary
Available for iPhone and Android, the Polyfauna app takes the band's 2011 album and brings it to life as a strange, trippy ecosystem of color and sound. In listening to Radiohead's eighth album, 2011's The King Of Limbs, Stan Donwood,...Show More Summary
The Creative Applications Network reports that the rather well-known band Radiohead has been collaborating with the digital artists of Universal Everything to create PolyFauna – one incredibly surreal landscape/soundscape, inspired by the song “Bloom” from King of Limbs, for you to explore on your iPad. Show More Summary
Cheryl Strayed, Lidia Yuknavitch, And Suzy Vitello discussed literary friendship at BuzzFeed. Radiohead has released an app, PolyFauna. The Huffington Post and Bustle interviewed author Jesse Ball. SPIN rounds up 2014's major U.S.music festivals. BuzzFeed recommends 19 short novels to...
London studio Universal Everything has designed an immersive app for Radiohead using artwork by Stanley Donwood and music from the song Bloom. We spoke to UE's Matt Pyke and Mike Tucker about how it was made.
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We know that music has the ability to evoke all sorts of emotions and images from the listener, and despite an artist’s attempt to evoke a particular emotion, the listener could interpret it and feel something completely different, and that is something the band Radiohead is trying to find out with the release of their app called PolyFauna. Show More Summary
Nearly three years after releasing their eight album, the members of the almighty English rock band Radiohead have released something new. But those who’ve been anxiously awaiting new music will be disappointment. The five-piece group has launched a new app called PolyFauna, which can be used by iOS and Android users. More details below. As [...]
Radiohead has just released its first app, surprising everyone who thought the group probably had an app already. PolyFauna “comes from an interest in early computer-life experiments and the imagined creatures of our subconscious,” according to frontman Thom Yorke. Show More Summary
The 'imagined creatures from your subconscious' come to life in Radiohead's new app PolyFauna takes the song "Bloom" from Radiohead's recent The King of Limbs album, adds in some ethereal moving art, and packages it up as a trippy and...Show More Summary