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Newswire: Science has determined the most depressing Radiohead song

Radiohead has a rather dour reputation, one built on the backs of everything from their debut single, “Creep,” to the sad, spacey wanderings of “Daydreaming,” off the band’s 2016 hit A Moon Shaped Pool. Now, one ambitious fan has determined the most depressing Radiohead song of all. Show More Summary

Dude Scientifically Proves Which Is The Most Depressing Radiohead Song

Radiohead have always had a special gift for making glitchy sad bastard music sound warm, inviting, and irresistibly catchy. But no matter how much you love to dance to "Idioteque" or rock out to "2+2=5," Radiohead's speciality, as far as most are concerned, lies in their ability to mine the depths of melancholy and find emotional resonance. Show More Summary

Beyoncé Pulls Out of Coachella Performances Due to Pregnancy, Proving She Really Is Human

Hold up, because you probably won’t love this news. Beyoncé was scheduled to perform at this year’s annual Coachella music festival alongside fellow headliners Radiohead and Kendrick Lamar, but owing to her pregnancy (with twins!) that was colorfully announced on Instagram earlier this month, she will be unable to perform ... More »

Surprise! ‘True Love Waits’ Is Scientifically Radiohead’s Most Depressing Song

In Radiohead’s catalogue of extreme mood killers, there can only be one winner for most likely to make you want to curl up in a ball, wallow, and retreat from the world. At long last, “True Love Waits” has been scientifically proven to be the most depressing Radiohead song. Radiohead ... More »

BRIT Awards 2017 Winners: David Bowie, The 1975, More

The 2017 BRIT Awards are being held tonight at the O2 Arena in London. Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Skepta, the 1975, Ed Sheeran, Little Mix, and Emeli Sandé are among the performers. David Bowie, Radiohead, Anohni, Adele, Skepta, Coldplay,...Show More Summary

Using data science to find the most depressing Radiohead songs

yesterdayHumor / odd : Kottke.org

Radiohead is data scientist Charlie Thompson’s favorite band and he recently employed his professional skills to determine Radiohead’s most depressing songs and albums. Using data from Spotify and Genius, he analyzed and weighted how...Show More Summary

Guitar stomp gives your tone some Radiohead stutter

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Whether you're a fan or not, there's no denying that the musicians who make up Brit chart-toppers Radiohead have certainly proved of great interest from a sonic strangeness point of view over the years. Case in point, Jonny Greenwood stutter guitar effect heard on tracks like the band's 2003 single Go To Sleep. Show More Summary

The Black Pine - Waves

Sounds like: Midlake, Autolux, Blonde Redhead, Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Dandy Warhols, Radiohead Song: The Black Pine - Waves What's so good? What I gather from The Black Pine is that they are a group of talented musicians that love to rock out together. Show More Summary

M.I.A. Asked Radiohead to Play Meltdown Festival with a Tweet

If it almost works for all Brazilian pop fans, it might just work for her!

M.I.A. Publicly Begs Radiohead to Play Her Meltdown Festival

M.I.A. is curating the 2017 edition of Meltdown Festival in London this summer. When news broke of her curatorial role earlier this month, the singer suggested that her fans send in tips. Now, M.I.A. has taken to Twitter to ask Radiohead...Show More Summary

Newswire: Rogers Waters is releasing his first solo album in 25 years

According to Consequence Of Sound, Roger Waters recently announced his first solo album since Amused To Death, which came out nearly 25 years ago. Titled Is This The Life We Really Want?, the album was produced by Radiohead collaborator...Show More Summary

Flume - Weekend (Ft. Moses Sumney)

Sounds like: Radiohead, Moses Sumney, Mizan, Bonobo What's so good? Australia's darling, Flume (aka Harley Streten), just won a Grammy, nabbed a Hottest 100 number one, and can boast a whole range of other accolades associated with his career. Show More Summary

Radiohead add tour dates (including Israel); James Blake opening some ++ more related news

Nigel Godrich also released a video of Radiohead recording "Ful Stop" for 'A Moon Shaped Pool,' Jonny Greenwood is also scoring another Paul Thomas Anderson film, and more. Continue reading…

James Blake to open for Radiohead

AMSP collaborator Oliver Coates and Jonny Greenwood's collaborative project Junun will also provide support for the band on their European tour.

Who Were The KLF?

By the mid-’90s, British Invasion 2.0 had taken over American music, as Oasis, Blur, Pulp, and Radiohead cracked the rock and college radio charts. But right before those (mostly) self-serious bands broke stateside, there was a British group called the KLF raising all sorts of hell across pop culture. Show More Summary

James Blake, Junun to Open for Radiohead

Radiohead have announced the support acts for their European tour. James Blake will join the band in Italy, while Junun, Jonny Greenwood’s project with Shye Ben Tzur and the Rajasthan Express, will support in Oslo, Stockholm, Dublin, and Manchester. Show More Summary

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