Among the most recent video posts you will find on our video archive page: • Middle Eastern flavored Radiohead cover • What does a $4,000 vinyl record sound like? • Little Mermaid's Ursula does the Haunted Mansion narration • VideosShow More Summary
Vocalist Rotem Shefy and cellist/arranger Leat Sabbah describe this serene cover as “our very own Middle-Eastern version” of Radiohead’s 1997 “Karma Police,” the song you probably mentioned to friends as being “chill” when you were young and extremely self-conscious about seeming like you were a music connoisseur. Show More Summary
For a minute there, I lost myself.
Rotem Shefy (vocalist) and Leat Sabbah (cellist/arranger) describe this as "Our very own Middle-Eastern version" of Radiohead's 1997 hit "Karma Police."
Singer-songwriter Kendra Morris premieres her cover of Radiohead's "Karma Police" on Speakeasy.
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Radiohead, Baths, Bibio, Geotic Song: I'lls - Speak Low [download here] What's so good? Every time Melbourne-based I’lls release something new, I think to myself, “This is it for them right?...Show More Summary
NPR excerpts from Lionel Shriver's new novel Big Brother. Standard Designs offers prints of several Cure, Smiths, and Radiohead albums as book collections. Guernica interviews Claire Messud about her new novel, The Woman Upstairs. SPIN investigates how music is purchased...
Never shy to make strong political statements, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke will accompany Massive Attack’s Robert “3D” Del Naja and Elbow’s Guy Garvey on the score for a forthcoming documentary on tax evasion in the U.K....
Radiohead, Black Sabbath, or any dozen of the musicians who've appeared on The Simpsons?
The $765 million purchase involves major artists like Coldplay and Radiohead. To win approval in Europe, Warner Music agreed to sell assets to independent labels.
The true meaning of certain lyrics, their favorite Radiohead songs, and what Ezra tells his barber when he gets a trim.
Anna Minard claims to "know nothing about music." For this column, we force her to listen to random records by artists considered to be important by music nerds. RadioheadKid A(Capitol) I have a relationship to Radiohead that consists mainly of confusion and fear. Show More Summary
Every day, Daily Downloads offers 10 free and legal mp3 downloads, plus free and legal live sets from around the internet. Today's free and legal mp3 downloads: Every Sunday, Largehearted Boy shares a collection of covers of Radiohead songs. Today's...
We’ve seen 3D-printed records before, and while they don’t sound great, they’re still pretty neat. Now the same mine behind those, Instructables’ Amanda Ghassaei, has got another weird record variation to try out: laser-printed wooden records. It’s only a slight step up in sound quality, but still totally cool. More »
Amanda Ghassaei does it again.
Via Spin: Above you will find what is likely the world’s first wooden record — Radiohead’s “Idioteque” etched into plywood by San Francisco’s Amanda Ghassaei, who earned some attention last year for pioneering 3-D printing of vinyl-style LPs. Show More Summary
Third Man Records might be making LP covers out of laser-cut wood, but software designer Amanda Ghassael has made an actual LP out of the same material. Ghassael used a 3D printer to cut three songs into wood discs—Radiohead’s “Idioteque” into plywood and The Velvet Underground’s “Femme Fatale” and “Sunday Morning” into a maple. Show More Summary
Earlier today, Taylor Swift’s favorite punk rocker Avril Lavigne released the music video for “Here’s to Never Growing Up,” an anthem for anyone whose parents TOTALLY didn’t give them enough money when they just wanted to go to the mall with Katie, and GOD MOM STOP BEING SO UNCOOL. Show More Summary
Some types of art never go out of style. Take Shakespeare for instance. It has been some 400 years since his plays have been performed at the Globe Theater in London, and many are still loved and revered. Back in 1996, Baz Luhrmann...Show More Summary
Radiowho? All we need is Thom Yorke, an upright piano, and some warm blue lighting to fill the hole in our alienated hearts. The video below, recorded for a British talk show, features Yorke alone on stage playing an (unfinished) rendition of "Karma Police," sending chills up our spines with just the bare necessities. Show More Summary