PUSHBACK: OK Google, Get Out of My Face: Ubiquitous computing is starting to get (really) real and I’m kind of afraid of it. Not without reason.
A post shared by GretChen Chen (@gret_chen_chen) on Oct 4, 2017 at 12:39pm PDT OK, so we were on board with squiggle brows. Wavy lips didn't faze us. Heck, even booty glitter was something we'd maybe try on a dare. But ladies and gentlemen,...Show More Summary
Radiohead have shared their third music video of 2017. Their new clip for “Lift” follows “I Promise” and “Man of War”, all from this year’s excellent reissue of the band’s seminal 1997 album OK Computer. Check it out below. Continue reading
Radiohead have released a video for "Lift," the formerly unreleased OK Computer -era track "Lift." To celebrate, let's revisit Robert Christgau's "Dud of the Month" from 1997:
There’s always been something airy about “Lift.” Written in the process of developing OK Computer, the song debuted in 1996 to a rapturous reception at open-air concerts. Fans were so pleased that the band became suspicious of its appeal; they didn’t want to become the wrong kind of rock stars, ... More »
"Lift" is one of the three previously unreleased tracks from Radiohead's 20th anniversary reissue of OK Computer, titled OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997-2017. Video directed by Oscar Hudson.
Radiohead have released a brand new music video for their song “Lift,” which was originally recorded around the time of their acclaimed 1997 album OK Computer, but was a long-lost fan favorite up until this year. “Lift” was released as part of the 20th anniversary reissue of the album called OKNOTOK. Lift – watch at […]
When Radiohead announced OKNOTOK, their 20th anniversary reissue of OK Computer, the big news was the inclusion of three previously unreleased tracks, and none of those tracks was more anticipated than longtime fan favorite "Lift." The song has been out for a while now, and today it gets a music video by director Oscar Hudson…
Following the "I Promise," "Man of War," videos, Radiohead release a video for the third of three previously unreleased songs on the new OK Computer 20th anniversary reissue, "Lift." Continue reading…
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Radiohead have been touring like crazy in support of last year’s A Moon Shaped Pool and the 20th anniversary reissue of their seminal OK Computer. There’s been some controversy along the way, but the quality of the shows has remained strong, with sets comprised of selections from the band’s entire catalog spanning multiple hours. Show More Summary
Some records are perfectly named. OK Computer sums up its contents well. SMiLE by the Beach Boys, too. And not always classic records or even good ones — Bad Blood by Bastille was close, they should have left out the second word. Or 4x4=12 by Deadmau5 was as wrong as the solution to its math... Continue reading
New security measures added at international airports now allow laptop computers, tablets and other large electronic devices in the cabins of flights to the United States, the Department of Homeland Security announced Thursday. The federal agency that oversees airline security declined to detail...
As if you already didn’t know that Radiohead are a bunch of big ole nerds, there’s an easter egg on a cassette tape included in the Boxed Edition of OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997 2017. At the end of the tape recording, there are some blips...Show More Summary
We’ll admit that only a few of us here at Hackaday are Radiohead fans. However, we all couldn’t help but appreciate their new remastered release of OK Computer. The new release contains some bonus material. At the end of the bonus material...Show More Summary
"Old" is a very relative term when talking about computer history. By the looks of it, however, Radiohead hid a computer program on the tape that comes with the 20th anniversary edition of OK Computer, and making it work feels like time travel. That's because you'll need an '80s-era, 8-bit British computer, the ZX Spectrum, to run it. More »
Back when Radiohead was teasing the announcement of OKNOTOK, its 20th anniversary remaster and rerelease of OK Computer, the band posted a creepy, glitchy video that looked like—and very well may have been—a program running on a ZX Spectrum, an early personal computer that was hugely popular in the UK during the ’80s. Show More Summary
There's a very bizarre Easter egg hidden in Radiohead's latest album. Buried within the boxed edition of the band's OK Computer anniversary release is a computer program for a 1980's computer with a hidden message. SEE ALSO: Type ‘spinner’...Show More Summary
Leave it to Radiohead to come up with one of the most beguiling musical easter eggs we’ve ever seen. As Gizmodo notes, some intrepid Redditors discovered that the recent reissue of the band’s landmark 1997 album OK Computer contains a hidden computer program, designed to run on a vintage machine called a ZX Spectrum. And…
Here's an odd one: UK superband Radiohead has released a super expensive version of perhaps its best album - and it includes a mysterious Easter egg found via a ZX Spectrum. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of OK Computer, Radiohead has released a £100 special edition of the seminal album entitled OKNOTOK. Show More Summary