Radiohead guitarist was a special guest on Flying Lotus' monthly residency on BBC Radio 1.
Unlike Radiohead albums, it’s not really fair for me to rank band-inspired tattoos from worst to best. At the end of the day, that’s someone’s art and another person’s flesh that I’m critiquing, and this isn’t the right platform for it. Who am I to declare this misspelled Hail To The Thief chest piece… …worse […]
Sounds like: Asgeir, Sigur Ros, Thom Yorke Song: Low Roar - Breathe In (Carmen Rizzo Remix) What's so good? I was introduced to Icelandic band Low Roar a couple months ago and instantly fell head over heels in love, so this is a pretty special day for me. Show More Summary
A sparse and gloomy score for a documentary about tax evasion. Also suitable for sitting at your computer and staring out the window at nothing in particular!
The UK Gold is a new documentary film about the UK’s long and sordid history of tax-dodging, which is apparently an entire industry over there. And to put together the film’s soundtrack, the film’s producers recruited the ’90s trainspotter dream team of Thom Yorke and Massive Attack’s Robert “3D” Del Naja. The 13-track album also […]
The soundtrack for a new documentary about UK tax evasion.
GIFs by Becky Chung In a tiny dim studio, Brussels-based artist Olya TsoraEva painstakingly created a mold of Thom Yorke’s face out of plasticine for her stop-motion film Plastic Crash, a work deeply rooted in Radiohead’s “Creep.” It took four months to get all of his features right, and an additional nine months to handcraft the animation. Show More Summary
Sounds like: James Blake, Thom Yorke, The xx Song: Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit (Glass Gang Cover) What's so good? Today marks what would have been Kurt Cobain's 48th birthday, and to celebrate, Pigeons & Planes have complied...Show More Summary
Surprise album drops are the new black, apparently, because last night Drake joined the ranks of Beyoncé, Thom Yorke,… Read More
In 2014 we got a surprise Thom Yorke album and word of Radiohead studio sessions, but not a peep from Atoms For Peace, Yorke’s funky side project with Flea, Nigel Godrich, and others. It seems like that engine might be revving back up again in one form or another. On Instagram, XL Records teased a [...]
Guest Post by Eric Neumann of Mad Genius Radio. It’s been an exciting year in music. Taylor Swift made headlines after pulling her entire catalog from Spotify, Thom Yorke released a surprise solo album through BitTorrent Bundles and Aphex Twin released Syro, his first album in over a decade – talk about disrupting the industry. Show More Summary
Bjork has always enlisted interesting producers and collaborators, from Matthew Herbert to Thom Yorke, for her projects. For her latest record, the followup to 2011’s Biophilia, she’s collaborating with British producer Bobby Krlic, an artist who’s best known to a very small part of the world’s population as The Haxan Cloak. Show More Summary
NEW MUSIC: Queercore From The Chew Toys, Against Me!, Michael Stec, Tracey Thorn, Thom Yorke, Clustersun
Always willing to subvert the standard practices of the music industry, Thom Yorke debuted his new album, Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes, via BitTorrent back in September, the first artist to use the service for a major release. Unlike most...Show More Summary
When Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke released his solo album Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes in September, he found a novel way to do it, selling the surprise release as a BitTorrent bundle for $6 a pop. About a week later, fans had downloaded the album a million times. As Gigaom reports, BitTorrent claims that the album hit [...]
Radiohead's Thom Yorke may have made almost $24 million from a solo album he released exclusively through torrenting network BitTorrent, according to calculations by the Digital Trends blog. While BitTorrent is commonly used for pirating...Show More Summary
As part of its mission to convince the music industry that it isn't just for copyright infringers, BitTorrent launched a new product in 2013 called "Bundles," which allow musicians and other…
Sounds like: The National, Thom Yorke, Atoms For Peace Song: Radiohead - You And Who's Army? What's so good? I was asked the other day if I could name my favorite band of all time. It's obviously an incredibly difficult question to answer,...Show More Summary