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Watch Radiohead’s Thom Yorke & Jonny Greenwood Play A Rare Duo Set At Italian Earthquake Benefit Show

21 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Radiohead's Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood played a rare stripped-down show as a duo tonight at the Macerata Sferisterio. It was a benefit show for the Italian region of Le Marche, which suffered a huge earthquake around this time last year. They performed a number of rarities: "Faust Arp" and the unreleased "Follow Me Around,"

Roger Waters Accuses Radiohead of Supporting Israeli Government in New Interview

Pink Floyd frontman says Thom Yorke and co. “endorsed” Israeli government policies by performing

Moses Sumney - Quarrel

Sounds like: Atoms for Peace, Thom Yorke, Fever Trails, Thundercat Song: Moses Sumney - Quarrel What's so good? Coming off of his forthcoming album Aromanticism, Moses Sumney does something that no man, woman, or child has done ever before: get me to write a review immediately after I've just written one. "Quarrel" is superb. Show More Summary

Why Radiohead Frontman Thom Yorke's Newest Fans Include the Israeli Govt and Far-Right Demagogues

It's usually a red flag when Fox News and Glenn Beck give you the thumbs-up. The famed rock band Radiohead has found a slew of fans on the far right after forcefully coming out in opposition to Palestinian human rights activists. Among the influential English music group’s new admirers are some of the most notorious demagogues in U.S. Show More Summary

Documentary about Fela Kuti, Nigerian Afrobeat pioneer and human rights activist

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

In the 1970s and 1980s, Legendary musician Fela Kuti pioneered the sound of Afrobeat, an entrancing amalgam of West African highlife music, jazz, and American funk. Among his fans, he counts David Byrne, Brian Eno, and Thom Yorke. Fela...Show More Summary

Radiohead played controversial Tel Aviv show, their longest in a decade (video, setlist)

"A lot of stuff was said about this but, in the end, we played some music," Thom Yorke told the audience at Radiohead's concert in Tel-Aviv, Israel on Wednesday, right before launching into their final song of the night, "Karma Police." Radiohead made waves deciding to play Israel, Continue reading…

Radiohead Play Longest Set in 11 Years at Controversial Israel Concert

“A lot was said about this, but in the end we played some music,” Thom Yorke said at the show

Radiohead defies boycott calls for Israel concert

Radiohead defied calls to boycott Israel over its occupation of Palestinian territory and played for tens of thousands in Tel Aviv on Wednesday, with singer Thom Yorke having dismissed critics as patronising. The band made no reference...Show More Summary

Self-Righteous Critics

Thom Yorke of Radiohead puts the self-righteous Ken Loach firmly in his place after the film director attacked the band's decision to play in Israel. Ken Loach is a great fan of Jeremy Corbyn, of course, and only joined the party recently after years of supporting 'Respect', 'TUSC' (Trade Union and Socialist Coalition} and latterly 'Left Unity'. Show More Summary

Roger Waters Calls Out Thom Yorke Again Over Radiohead Israel Show

Waters says Yorke’s “whining” is “extremely unhelpful to everybody”

Radiohead Stand Strong Against Ken Loach Over Israel Gig

What's so good? Radiohead's Thom Yorke is speaking out against accusations made by English director Ken Loach. The band is set to be playing a concert in Tel Aviv, Israel and Ken Loach, an avid supporter of the Boycott Israel movement has publicly challenged Radiohead to pull out of the gig. Show More Summary

Thom Yorke Once Again Defends Radiohead’s Israel Concert: ‘Playing in a Country Isn’t the Same as Endorsing Its Government’

With Radiohead’s much-maligned concert in Israel a week away, Thom Yorke has issued another statement defending the band’s decision to play Tel Aviv despite complaints from human-rights activists. This time, Yorke says that Radiohead does not support the politics of Israel’s prime minister. “Playing in a country isn’t the same ... More »

Radiohead's Thom Yorke responds as Ken Loach criticises Israel gig

Radiohead frontman argues ‘we don’t endorse Netanyahu any more than Trump, but we still play in America’, after film director encourages them to support cultural boycott of Israel Radiohead’s lead singer Thom Yorke has responded to criticism by film director Ken Loach over the band’s upcoming performance in Tel Aviv. Show More Summary

Radiohead's Thom Yorke Defends Israel Show: We Don't Endorse Trump But Still Play America

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Pro-Palestinian groups have called on Radiohead to cancel its Tel Aviv show next week.

Radiohead on playing Israel: "We don't endorse Netanyahu any more than Trump"

"Playing a country isn't the same as endorsing its government," said Thom Yorke in a reply to independent film director Ken Loach's op-ed on why Radiohead should not play Israel. Continue reading…

Thom Yorke On Radiohead Playing Israel: “We Don’t Endorse Netanyahu Any More Than Trump, But We Still Play In America”

Radiohead are scheduled to perform in Tel Aviv next Wednesday, 7/19, and the show remains the subject of heated debate. The dialogue so far has included an open letter from various artists protesting the concert in view of Israel's human rights violations against Palestinians, a response from Thom Yorke decrying his critics for not contacting…

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