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 […]
Sounds like: Oscar Key Sung, Thom Yorke, Sampha Song: Glass Gang - Believe What's so good? "Believe" is the latest track to be lifted from experimental trio Glass Gang's debut mixtape, Lower. Moody yet pleasing, "Believe" is anotherShow More Summary
Sounds like: Thom Yorke, Jamie xx, Nicolas Jaar Song: Eekkoo & Flowers and Sea Creatures - 4th Bell What's so good? I've posted a few tracks from Canadian producer Eekkoo here before. While some are fairly abrasive (in a good way), he's got a soft spot for these gorgeous, progressive house melodies. Show More Summary
Thom Yorke's been fairly quiet since releasing Tomorrow's Modern Boxes last year, but it seems like he's getting ready to play shows now. Or at least one: FACT points out that Thom will play Tokyo's Summersonic Fesitval on August...
Whoops! This is kind of embarrassing! But… well, turns out that, in keeping up with all the incredible whirlwind hype, nonstop torrents of media attention, crazily overzealous fan hyperbole, and internet-crippling bandwidth demand surrounding...Show More Summary
Thom Yorke has announced his first show in support of last year’s solo album, Tomorrow's Modern Boxes. On August 15, He’ll be at Hostess Club’s all-nighter in Tokyo, which is part of the city's larger Summersonic Festival. PrecedingShow More Summary
Even though Thom Yorke released Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes last year, he still hasn’t done any shows in support of his new material. But last night, producer/friend Nigel Godrich announced that Yorke would play his first solo show since the release on 8/15 as part of Tokyo’s Summersonic Festival. He’ll be playing an all-night show at […]
Yorke and Nigel Godrich will perform at Hostess Club next month.
Thom Yorke has announced his first show in support of last year’s solo album, Tomorrow's Modern Boxes. On August 15, He’ll be at Hostess Club’s all-nighter in Tokyo, which is part of the city's larger Summersonic Festival. Supporting...Show More Summary
In the span of five years, Other Lives went from having me obsess over them; to having Thom Yorke obsess over them. I’d like to imagine there are a few things I do better than Thom Yorke, but music certainly isn’t one of them. Much like a Radiohead album, Other Lives albums swallow you whole. [...]
The piece is titled Subterranea.
Radiohead's Thom Yorke has supplied a piece of music to accompany an art exhibit in Australia, and if you started listening to it today, you'd be done on June 17. Yes, his "Subterranea" is 432 hours, or 18 days, long. And as the Independent reports, "no two minutes are the...
Radiohead has always had an originality to their music that can arguably never be reproduced. Their name though, was not an original idea. As many Radiohead fans know, Thom Yorke and company named their band after David Byrne's song "Radio Head" which actually appeared in the movie True Stories. Show More Summary
Thom Yorke's latest project is a 432-hour-long soundtrack, which has no two minutes sounding exactly the same, The Independent reports. Dubbed Subterranea, the evolving project is playing in the background of a new, 18-day-long Stanley Donwood exhibition ("The Panic Office") in Sydney, Australia. (Yorke did Donwood the majorly dedicated solid... More »
For the math-impaired, that's a whopping 432 hours worth of music.
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 […]
Thom Yorke has created the soundtrack for The Panic Office, a new exhibit in Sydney, Australia that showcases the artwork of Stanley Donwood, longtime visual collaborator with Radiohead, Yorke, and Atoms for Peace. The soundtrack is called "Subterranea", according to Australian radio station Triple J. Show More Summary
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