Sounds like: Atoms For Peace, Pional, DJ Koze Song: Benjamin Muñoz - In Coming Months What's so good? There are those songs that feel like they've known you your whole life. Matthew Mconaughey and this song have been watching you from...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Holy Fuck, Foals, These Ghosts, Atoms for Peace, North Downs Song: Leyendekker - Thankless What's so good? It has been absolute yonks since my last review. Fortunately English is my first language and in between writingShow More Summary
Sounds like: Passion Pit, Atoms For Peace, twig twig Song: Xander Singh - As Long As You're Loved What's so good? Lets be frank here, you've come to this site for good music, but what is good music? Do all species have to agree? I imagine...Show More Summary
Yorke also discusses Radiohead's 2017 touring plans, the future of Atoms For Peace, and his fatigue toward surprise releases.
For some reason, Flea, the Red Hot Chili Peppers/Atoms For Peace bassist, recently visited Koko, the famous American Sign Language-speaking gorilla. He let her play his bass, and she seemed pretty into it, strumming and adjusting some knobs while Flea offered words of encouragement. “This is the greatest thing that could ever happen,” he said […]
Artificial Intelligence (AI) And Global Geopolitics - From "Atoms for Peace" to "AI for Mankind" - Artificial Intelligence (AI), a top priority for the ubiquitous American tech companies, for Industry 4.0 or digital China, is already...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Thom Yorke, Sampha, Atoms for Peace Song: John Hancock III - Lead Me Out What's so good? When I met 10K Island’s charismatic leader Nicky Blitz last year in his simple, yet authentic Los Angeles apartment I could tell this...Show More Summary
In the five years since the Red Hot Chili Peppers released their last album, 2011’s I’m With You, bass wizard Flea has joined Thom Yorke’s Atoms For Peace band — the sort of thing that might lead you to believe that the Chili Peppers would come back sounding like something other than the Chili Peppers. […]
Renowned DJ/producer Sasha will release the new 21-track mix Scene Delete on April 1 via Late Night Tales. Today, he's shared "Bring on the Night-time," which is a collaboration with Radiohead/Atoms for Peace producer Nigel Godrich's band Ultraísta. Ultraísta's last collection of recordings was 2013's Remixes. Show More Summary
Back in December, we learned that Radiohead producer and Atoms For Peace member Nigel Godrich had a tiny role in biggest-movie-ever Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Godrich played a stormtrooper named FN-9330, and the British film director Edgar Wright claims that he got Godrich the role as a way of repaying a favor. And as […]
Photo via Nigel Godrich's Twitter Radiohead producer/Atoms for Peace member Nigel Godrich has a role in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Godrich is credited as FN-9330, a Stormtrooper, as Stereogum reports. But just because his face can't...Show More Summary
Radiohead's Thom Yorke and Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea are in Paris this week to attend Pathway to Paris, which brings together musicians, artists, sustainability consultants and activists to discuss climate change solutions leading up to the UN climate change meeting. Gearing up before those events take place, the Atoms for Peace bandmates...
Thom Yorke and his Atoms for Peace bandmate, Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, were guests on the French show "Le Grand Journal" tonight, as Stereogum points out. They played Yorke's track "Atoms for Peace" from his 2006 album The Eraser. Show More Summary
Thom Yorke and Flea made an appearance on the French show Le Grand Journal last night and performed “Atoms For Peace” off of Yorke’s debut solo album The Eraser. The duo later chatted with the show’s hosts as well as Canadian author Naomi Klein, who wrote The Shock Doctrine and a number of other influential […]
Atoms For Peace bandmates reunite on Le Grand Journal.
Back in 2013, long before Taylor Swift declared war on Spotify, Thom Yorke pulled all of his non-Radiohead work (including Atoms for Peace) off the streaming site. "Make no mistake, new artists you discover on Spotify will not get paid," he explained in a tweet. He later poetically referred to... More »
Photo by Eliot Lee Hazel In 2013, Thom Yorke and his Atoms for Peace collaborator Nigel Godrich removed Amok and The Eraser from Spotify in protest of the company's business model. This led the two men to debate back and forth with Spotify CEO Daniel Ek. Show More Summary
Albums from Radiohead, Atoms For Peace, and Yorke's solo catalog are all available to stream.
In July 2013, Thom Yorke pulled his solo album The Eraser and the Atoms For Peace album AMOK off the streaming services Spotify, Rdio, and Deezer. Discussing the decision, Yorke’s producer/collaborator Nigel Godrich said in a statement: The reason is that new artists get paid fuck all with this model. It’s an equation that just […]
The English artist Stanley Donwood has designed every Radiohead album since The Bends, and he’s also done the art for Atoms For Peace and for Thom Yorke’s solo endeavors. Right now, Donwood’s work in display in the Sydney museum Carriageworks, in an exhibit called “The Panic Office.” As Pitchfork points out, Yorke created a score […]