Not since 2003 has Thom Yorke and co. headlined the Pyramid Stage.
"Nobody blends genres like Thom Yorke and the boys."
Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, and Phil Selway have all released solo albums, and it seems that guitarist Ed O’Brien will soon be joining them. In a new interview on BBC Radio 6, as Reddit points out, O’Brien announces his plans, saying, “We’ve attempted to do something like a full solo album — you know, […]
Thom Yorke Brings Hilarious Accents And All The Hits To His Birthday At Austin City Limits Festival
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One day we'll see a video from Radiohead featuring only Phil Selway, Colin Greenwood, and Ed O'Brien. Today is not that day. Instead, today we get Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, and a Roland CR-78 in the middle of a fucking rainforestShow More Summary
The skeletal performance features frontman Thom Yorke and guitarist Jonny Greenwood, accompanied by a Roland CR78 drum machine. Continue reading…
Radiohead have shared a new music video for A Moon Shaped Pool’s “The Numbers.” Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, and filmed in Tarzana, California, the video depicts Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood playing the song alongside a Roland CR-78 drum machine. Show More Summary
Back in the early 2000s, myself and millions of other gamers and wanna-be musicians alike spent hundreds of hours playing the Guitar Hero series. It dawned on me pretty early on that I was never going to be Thom Yorke or Tom Morello, so I settled with the next best thing - clicking a plastic
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Thom Yorke, Johnny Greenwood, and Portishead’s Clive Deamer walk into a synth shop … OK, there’s no punchline, but that’s exactly what happened to a Radiohead fan during a visit to Switched On in Austin, Texas, according to his play-by-play on Reddit. Show More Summary
If you call yourself a Radiohead fan and count that one random Thom Yorke sighting in Oxford as an intimate experience with your personal hero — even if it was an impromptu garden party concert! — prepare to be put to shame. Over the weekend, after headlining Austin City Limits ... More »
After seeing the band headline Austin City Limits, a fan randomly ran into Yorke and Greenwood at a synth shop called Switched On.
Thom Yorke treats fans to an unexpected surprise during the band's set at Austin City Limits.
Radiohead headlined the first day of Austin City limits last night, and before the band launched into their Hail To The Thief song “2+2=5,” Thom Yorke sang a little bit of the Smiths’ “How Soon Is Now?” a cappella: “How can you say/ I go about this the wrong way?/ I am human and I […]
Radiohead headlined night one of this year’s Austin City Limits Music Festival in Austin’s Zilker Park. During their set, Thom Yorke took a moment to (briefly) cover the Smiths’ song “How Soon is Now?” before the band kicked into their Hail to the Thief song “2+2=5.” Watch it go down below. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Kins, Thom Yorke, Alt-J Song: Radiohead - Ill Wind What's so good? Oh man, when I saw news of this pop up in my inbox yesterday I couldn't contain my excitement. New Radiohead?! Heavens yes! Granted, we just received a new...Show More Summary
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Radiohead is no stranger to anxiety. A tense tone—like a taut cord reverberating—runs through the high-energy opener “Burn the Witch,” from their latest record, A Moon Shaped Pool. Thom Yorke’s delicate wail floats over the brazen guitar and strings as the tempo speeds up and the anxiety mounts.
A Thom Yorke song is never just a song nor is it ever completely one.
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