Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: These New Puritans, Talk Talk, Radiohead, Jon Hopkins Song: Ninetails - An Aria [download here] What's so good? Ninetails appeared on Indie Shuffle not too long ago with the beautifully disorientating “Radiant Hex,” the first track to be taken from their upcoming EP, Quiet Confidence. Show More Summary
Okay, okay; what’s rattling around in the TMT news queue this morning? Hmm. Coldplay? Anything else? Not really. New album news or something? Boy, why the heck do you talk to yourself so much? Yeah. Monday, May 19 (probably May 20 in the US, I’d think?), via Parlophone/Atlantic. Eh. Show More Summary
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
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Radiohead, Snow Patrol Song: Coldplay - Magic [download here] What's so good? My guilty love affair with Coldplay continues with a second new song off their upcoming album. “Magic” follows...Show More Summary
How do you top a live concert from Radiohead's Colin Greenwood? If you're Dries Van Noten, you create the kind of collection for Fall 2014 with designs so graphic and dynamic, they get people talking just as much as a bass serenade. Clearly...Show More Summary
From Pitchfork: South. Elbow. Doves. Muse. Lowgold. Ours. Clinic. Muse.On first glance, this list of words could be a vocabulary exercise for elementary schoolers, but hopefully you’ve recognized that they’re all band names—specifically, what many in the UK considered to be the most exciting bands of the early 2000s. Show More Summary
Poster artist for Radiohead redesigns Dogfish Head’s seasonal lineup.
Over the weekend, the Radiohead guitarist and Paul Thomas Anderson film-score composer Jonny Greenwood performed at London’s Wapping Hydraulic Power Station, a 124-year-old facility built to power machinery across London. It’s easy to imagine that the idea of old, clanking, outmoded technology helped spark “Loop,” the piece of music he debuted there. Performing with the [...]
Radiohead guitarist performed at London's Wapping Hydraulic Power Station.
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
A Detroit chef is concocting a tasting menu that we hope catches on here in Chicago, a meal crafted around specific music. [ more › ]
"Like Peter Gabriel but with the sensibilities of Radiohead."
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A mantra for anyone who's ever picked up a six-string.
Music and art is slowly succumbing to the lure of experimental apps. The latest one is from music icon, Radiohead. The app is a visual and tactile experience born out of the 2011 album, King of Limbs recording sessions. Visually, it follows the same imagery as the album’s first song, Bloom. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
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A Detroit restaurant has created a menu paired with a new album
Kyle Hanley believes that "Kid A" sounds like how maple sugar-seared duck breast, pink peppercorn gastrique and orange juniper pearls tastes. Fancy.
PolyFauna, a collaboration between the band Radiohead, design studio Universal Everything, artist Stanley Donwood, and producer Nigel Godrich, is a free “exploratory audiovisual” app that allows users to navigate a psychedelic environment inspired by The King of Limb sessions and specifically featuring sounds and imagery from the song “Bloom”. Show More Summary