A noisier, angstier Radiohead for a torally different generation
Avril Lavigne loves to rock out to Radiohead while she’s cooking something to eat. If you need as much information about the Canadian-born rocker as humanly possible, then you should definitely check out her interview with the folks at Radio.com. Show More Summary
Stereogum staff photographer Andrew Youssef has shot 294 concerts for this website over the past five years. Starting with the Walkmen on the You & Me tour, his dynamic pictures and reviews of bands like Radiohead, U2, Springsteen, and the Rolling Stones have combined an exacting eye with a fan’s perspective on some of the [...]
Close to the Glass arrives in February.
The legendary composer Steve Reich has taken on Radiohead for his latest project, and this Saturday night it will have its U.S. debut at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (though it previewed earlier this year at Guggenheim). The piece is called 'Radio Rewrite' and will be performed by the 20-member-band Alarm Will Sound. Show More Summary
by Jonathan Dick Johnny Marr @ Fun Fun Fun Fest 2013 (more by Tim Griffin) Having influenced everyone from The Stone Roses to Radiohead to Deafheaven, Johnny Marr's guitar sound is easily one of the most recognizable, unfolding and swelling...
The Singularity is nigh–at least according to The Daily Mail. One paranoid android took that Radiohead song a little too literally and reportedly switched itself on and maneuvered its way onto a hot plate, where it melted, setting fire...Show More Summary
Disciples of Radiohead, The Grateful Dead, and The Polyphonic Spree rejoice.
The people of 1997 were very different from us modern types. They had a brunette James Bond, Radiohead was still making awesome albums instead of farting into a vocoder for 40 minutes and nobody could make terrible jokes because Johnny Cash, Steve Jobs and Bob Hope were all still alive. Show More Summary
The graduating class of 2012 (which includes me) was constantly intoxicated to the beat of Lady Gaga’s noxious drum, trying to stay relevant by creating every available social media account, listening to mash-ups of Radiohead and Jay-Z while studying for…
Simon Raymonde of the Cocteau Twins will be releasing his first LP with singer/songwriter Stephanie Dosen as Snowbird. moon will also feature Ed O’Brien and Phil Selway of Radiohead, in addition to members of Midlake and Lanterns on the Lake. Show More Summary
by Bill Pearis Simon Raymonde stays very busy running his label Bella Union which is the UK home of Flaming Lips, Fleet Foxes, Beach House, John Grant, Midlake and more. But he spent the '80s and most of the '90s...
Listen to an enchanting new song, "Porcelain".
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaur, Nicolas Jaar, Radiohead Song: ARMS - Sympathetic Strings (Caleb L'Etoile Remix) [download here] What's so good? A while back, I brought you a couple tracks...Show More Summary
Usually, integrating some Radiohead into your DJ set may seem like an awful idea. It’s not the most uplifting music to throw together for a bunch of drunkards, but Thom Yorke made it work with some DJ-friendly edits at this past weekend’s Warehouse Project in Manchester. Show More Summary
A Winged Victory for the Sullen, the collaborative duo of Stars of the Lid's Adam Wiltzie and pianist/composer Dustin O'Halloran, recently teamed up with choreographer Wayne McGregor (who is the resident choreographer at the Royal Ballet but was also...
Because Bieber been busted, check out today's end-of-day links: children interpreting Radiohead, chocolate-covered potato chips, de Blasio is not a morning person, Banksy's worth $$$, huge electrical fireball, and a well-trained doggy. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]
Here's a tip to make your house sound scarier to those tricker or treaters dressed up as ghosts, goblins, Miley Cyrus and Radiohead bears this Halloween, or for those who just enjoy the sounds of people screaming and things...
Thom Yorke of Radiohead w/ Atoms for Peace earlier this month (more by Tim Griffin) Contemporary composer Steve Reich has premiered multiple works in NYC in recent memory, and he's now announced the New York premiere for his Radiohead-inspired piece...
CR's pick of exhibitions, design events and creative activities for the week ahead including Radiohead's in-house artist Stanley Donwood at Hang-Up Gallery in London, Publish and Be Damned fair visits Plymouth, Viviane Sassen fashion...Show More Summary