"I was emailing stuff to Thom last night, actually."
A lot of musicians can't run fast enough from their first big hit. Led Zeppelin wouldn't play "Stairway to Heaven." Madonna hates "Like a Virgin." And if you ask Radiohead to play "Creep," Thom Yorke might tell you to fuck off (if he...Show More Summary
Ah, the tragic plight of poor Phil “Philip” Selway: too well-known as Thom Yorke’s drummer and laundry guy to release records that won’t be compared to Radiohead albums; yet even too bald to be confused with Phil Collins! Oh well. IShow More Summary
Radiohead drummer Philip Selway will release Weatherhouse, his follow-up to 2010 solo debut Familial, this fall. The lead single is “Coming Up For Air,” which could definitely pass for something Thom Yorke wrote except it’s sung in breathy, slightly muted tones instead of quavering superhuman falsetto. It matches atmospherics with rhythmic tension to hypnotic effect, [...]
Sounds like: Modeselektor, Thom Yorke, Ellen Allien Song: Depeche Mode - Alone (Djedjotronic Remix) What's so good? Parisian producer and DJ Djedjotronic just released a remix of Depeche Mode's "Alone" via Boys Noize records, and it's...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Thom Yorke, Asgeir, Sigur Ros, The Album Leaf Song: Low Roar - Vampire On My Fridge What's so good? Call me what you will (post-emo?), but I'm a sucker for really moody electronic music. Even though Low Roar founder andShow More Summary
Sounds like: James Blake, Thom Yorke, Deptford Goth Song: S O H N - Red Lines What's so good? If S O H N is not on your radar yet, it's probably a good time to put him there. The Vienna-based, UK-bred solo artist has just released his debut album,Tremors, and it's stellar from start to finish. Show More Summary
While some studies have suggested that symmetrical faces are perceived as more attractive than others, the way we process facial features suggests that it is actually asymmetry that makes our mugs interesting, appealing and memorable. Read more...
But the streaming service faces challenges: strong competitors, a fast-moving sector and critics in the music business Its critics include Thom Yorke and Johnny Marr, but music streaming service Spotify has become an established industry fixture that poses a competitive threat to headline technology acts like Apple. Show More Summary
Sounds like: SOHN, Thom Yorke, Deptford Goth Song: Low Roar - I'll Keep Coming What's so good? Today, Icelandic outfit Low Roar is premiering their latest single on Indie Shuffle. Fronted by vocalist Ryan Karazija, the foursome consisting...Show More Summary
Lots of musicians—notably Thom Yorke of Radiohead —hate Spotify because it pays out a tiny fraction of a cent for every track played. But now a funk bank out of Ann Arbor called Vulfpeck has come up with what Quartz calls an "ingeniously simple" way to actually make some...
It's a fairly well known fact that Spotify pays musicians mere pennies for making their music available on its streaming service. Big names like David Byrne and Radiohead's Thom Yorke have spoken out against the company (Yorke eloquently called Spotify "the last desperate fart of a dying corpse"). Show More Summary
To quote the great bard Thom Yorke of Radiohead: You do it to yourself, you do And that’s what really hurts Is that you do it to yourself Just you, you and no one else You do it to yourself You do it to yourself.. yourself.. yourself.. Today’s Daily Challenge Get on hands and knees, […]
I must admit I’m not a particularly big fan of Radiohead. I think it might have something to do with Thom Yorke’s voice. But despite that, I really do enjoy their 2000 album “Kid A.” But I’m sure even the biggest die-hard Radiohead fans will be surprised to see what one Radiohead fan from Detroit […] The post Radiohead’s Kid A turned into a menu. Show More Summary
With Radiohead's Thom Yorke as frontman, numerous artists have complained about Spotify, saying it doesn't earn them enough money. Fellow artist The Flashbulb, aka Benn Jordan, disagrees, as Spotify is one of his main and growing sources of income. Show More Summary
Jeff writes, "Featuring a brand new soundtrack from Radiohead's Thom Yorke, Massive Attack and Elbow, and narrated by Dominic West (The Wire), journalist Marke Donne has put together a riveting documentary exposing the tax avoidance 'industry' operated by the highly secretive, centuries old institution, The City of London.
Radiohead have released a new impeccably-conceptualized app called PolyFauna. We could honestly waste hours on this. Be warned. Via NME: Writing about the app at Radiohead.com, Thom Yorke explained it as “an experimental collaboration...Show More Summary
Available for iPhone and Android, the Polyfauna app takes the band's 2011 album and brings it to life as a strange, trippy ecosystem of color and sound. In listening to Radiohead's eighth album, 2011's The King Of Limbs, Stan Donwood,...Show More Summary
Radiohead has a new app for iOS and Android. It's called PolyFauna, and here's how Thom Yorke describes it: Your screen is the window into an evolving world. Move around to look around. You can follow the red dot. You can wear headphones....
There is so much music to share. Let’s start here slowly… Last year, Radiohead/AtomforPeace‘s Thom Yorke remixed Four Tet‘s Pyramid into this subterranean, other worldly mind eraser ;) that well… just listen. Which brings me to this wonderful blast from the past blending the rhymes of Del the Funky Homosapien with Radiohead‘s Videotapes for the […]