Any serious Radiohead fan knows that after wisely dropping On A Friday, they named themselves after “Radio Head,” a Talking Heads song from the 1986 album True Stories and David Byrne film of the same name. As Dangerous Minds points out, the song itself has a hell of a backstory, one that came to light […]
After over 20 years of stellar music from Third Eye Blind, what keeps frontman Stephan Jenkins' musical wheels turning? In a conversation with HuffPost Live on Wednesday, Jenkins -- who was discussing the band's upcoming and (sadly!)...Show More Summary
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
Soundtrack Of My Life: The Wombats' Murph On Michael Jackson, Depeche Mode And Radiohead Rescuing Him From A Happy Hardcore Addiction
For the 30th anniversary of Spin, the editors compiled a list of the 300 best albums released in the past 30 years. The top 20 includes albums by Nirvana, Pixies, Bjork, Radiohead, Beastie Boys, and DJ Shadow. The #1 album is........ nevermind, you should go find out for yourself. (via @jblanton) Tags: best of lists music
Ingrid Michaelson graced the Nerdist Podcast with this eerily beautiful cover of Radiohead's "Creep." The song originally streamed exclusively on Periscope, but Nerdist was nice enough to share it for all to enjoy. Radiohead's "Creep,"...Show More Summary
Iranian journalist Sobhan Hassanvand posted this photo of a book "about sex problems between couples published in Iran" that randomly features Radiohead's Thom Yorke and author John Updike on the cover. Read the rest
Thom Yorke, frontman of Radiohead, has a new surprise following… Iranians with marital and sexual problems. A photo of Yorke was selected as the cover of a self-help book centered on marital and sexual problems. The photo of the book...Show More Summary
The book title translates to "Marital and Sexual Problems in Men," but nobody is quite sure how Mr. Yorke landed on the cover. Oh man! I am so excited. For years I've been thinking to myself, "I sure do love Thom Yorke's music, but when...Show More Summary
Congratulations to Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, who has expanded his ever-impressive resume by accidentally modeling for Marital and Sexual Problems in Men, a sexual education book found in Iran. Read more...
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has lent his mug to many social campaigns over the years, but it's the one done without his permission that is strangely the most noteworthy...
Another wacky advertisement featuring the Radiohead frontman.
Summer is finally settling down around us, and the warm weather will probably have you thinking about all the awesome things you want to do, while simultaneously distracting you from actually doing any of it. If one of your goals for something to pretend to be interested in accomplishing this Summer is writing, then you should read these rather educational … Read More
Really enjoying this chill remix of Radiohead's Reckoner by Cubicolor this morning. The band hasn't shared anything in over three years, but Radiohead does have a Soundcloud account full of remixes of their stuff, including this remix of Bloom by Jamie xx: Speaking of Jamie xx, a new track from his upcoming album dropped yesterday. Show More Summary
Thom Yorke, lead singer of Radiohead, has another claim to fame — he's on the cover of an Iranian book whose title translates to Marital and Sexual Problems in Men But he'd probably rather you just to focus on the fact that he's oneShow More Summary
Radiohead frontman appears on the cover of Marital and Sexual Problems.
Thom Yorke’s blank visage is being used to help Iranian couples deal with their marital problems. A picture of the Radiohead vocalist is one of three featured on the cover of Marital And Sexual Problems In Men, no doubt because Yorke’s sad eyes suggest he’s got trouble south of the border. Show More Summary
Radiohead's third album was OK Computer. Green Day's was Dookie. For their third act, The Clash unleashed a sprawling, double-wide revolution entitled London Calling. For some bands, the third album is a make-or-break endeavor, the moment...Show More Summary
Back in March, we hosted our first-ever Radiohead Week in celebration of the 20th anniversary of The Bends. It went over really well, mostly because the folks who read and comment on the site fucking love Radiohead. Thank you for participating; it was fun to be a part of and gave me (someone who admittedly […]